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Old 09-24-2012, 12:23 AM
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engine miss and kill when warm. p1280, p1211

Engine misses or kills when warm. p1280, 1211
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I replaced the cam sensor. No change. The same problem as above except P0340 did not return.

I again tried unplugging the <ACRONYM title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</ACRONYM> but did not find it made a difference when the engine died. I also tried cleaning the <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> and <ACRONYM title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</ACRONYM> plugs. Still no change.

I replaced the <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> with a new <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM>. Now the engine light stays on. P1280 stays on with key on engine off and will not reset. After the engine runs a few seconds the <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure out of range, above or below desired">P1211</ACRONYM> (<ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM>not controlling) will also set. The engine will start missing once it warms up again.

I tired wiggling the wires to the <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> and the engine would not miss. I also deep cleaned the <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> plug as it looked like it had never-seize compound and dirt on the wire side. The rubber seal which stayed with the old <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> was also broken and may have had heat damage. Even though the <ACRONYM title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</ACRONYM> had a slight leak, I thought it was ruled out with the unplug test. I also replaced the oil and oil filter.

Iím worried because the problem is getting worse as if new <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> or plug is bad. My next thought is to go to international and get an <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> pigtail and maybe also replace the <ACRONYM title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</ACRONYM>. Is this correct? Any other thoughts?
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..... My next thought is to go to international and get an <ACRONYM title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</ACRONYM> pigtail ...
That would be my next step as well. If you happen to have an old Under Valve Cover Injector harness you can source a pigtail that way....(the injector connector is the same as the IPR and EBPV solenoid connectors).

I have been seeing more and more issues with the IPR wiring harness lately....maybe they have reached their maturity and are just now starting to fail.
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Riffraffdiesel has both those parts and might be alot cheaper.
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Engine misses or kills when warm. p1280, 1211
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I replaced the cam sensor. No change. The same problem as above except P0340 did not return.

I again tried unplugging the <acronym title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</acronym> but did not find it made a difference when the engine died. I also tried cleaning the <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> and <acronym title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</acronym> plugs. Still no change.

I replaced the <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> with a new <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym>. Now the engine light stays on. P1280 stays on with key on engine off and will not reset. After the engine runs a few seconds the <acronym title="Injection Pressure out of range, above or below desired">P1211</acronym> (<acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym>not controlling) will also set. The engine will start missing once it warms up again.

I tired wiggling the wires to the <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> and the engine would not miss. I also deep cleaned the <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> plug as it looked like it had never-seize compound and dirt on the wire side. The rubber seal which stayed with the old <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> was also broken and may have had heat damage. Even though the <acronym title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</acronym> had a slight leak, I thought it was ruled out with the unplug test. I also replaced the oil and oil filter.

Iím worried because the problem is getting worse as if new <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> or plug is bad. My next thought is to go to international and get an <acronym title="Injection Pressure Regulator">IPR</acronym> pigtail and maybe also replace the <acronym title="Injection Control Pressure">ICP</acronym>. Is this correct? Any other thoughts?
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