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Old 07-30-2017, 09:15 AM
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Code Diagnosis

Background information:
2000 F250 SD with re-manufactured motor installed about 100k ago.
California Emissions truck.
I was told the truck needed a new Glow Plug Control Module when I bought it and that was why the SES light was on.
The truck started and ran good without any signs of overheating, etc.

I have now replaced and preformed the following:
Glow Plug Control Module (twice)
Glow Plugs (checked harness continuity during install)
Wastegate Solenoid
Wastegate tubing set
Checked preset and function of Wastegate Valve
Traced Ground wire on Waste gate solenoid through 42 pin connector and as far as main harness that lead to PCM
Hutch Mod
Fuel Filter (Seafoam hot soak)
Alternator
Cleaned Exhaust Backpressure Sensor and line
Recharged the batteries
Detected a Parasitic Battery Drain in the #15 circuit for GEM, PCM, etc.

Here is the list of codes that I am still getting after all of the above.
I hate to just randomly replace components so I am hoping one of you more experienced technicians can maybe see a common denominator in these codes that will point me to the problem.

Using FORScan for windows: https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...r-windows.html

Ran the codes again today using the FORScan:

===OBDII DTC P0670-C===
Code: P0670 - Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

Status:
- Confirmed - malfunction is confirmed

Module: On Board Diagnostic II

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short circuit

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

GPCM

PCM

===END OBDII DTC P0670-C===

===OBDII DTC P1690-P===
Code: P1690 - Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Status:
- Pending - malfunction is expected to be confirmed

Module: On Board Diagnostic II

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END OBDII DTC P1690-P===

===PCM DTC P1690===
Code: P1690 - Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END PCM DTC P1690===

===PCM DTC P1000===
Code: P1000 - On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Systems Readiness Test Not Complete

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Check of all systems is not complete since last memory clear.

--Possible Causes--
- The vehicle is new from the factory and has not yet been through a complete OBD Drive Cycle.
- The battery or PCM has been disconnected.
- An OBD monitor failure had occurred prior to completion of an OBD Drive Cycle.
- The PCM DTCs have been cleared as part of a service process.

Note: The only way P1000 can be cleared (removed) from memory is when all of the OBD monitors have been successfully completed during normal vehicle operation.

P1000 cannot be cleared from the PCM when: 1. The thermostat is stuck open and a DTC is not generated. 2. There is an open VSS circuit and a DTC is not generated. 3. If the vehicle has a Power Take Off (PTO), the circuit is shorted to VPWR or B+, or the PTO is ON during Self-test.

The purpose of the Diagnostic Trouble Code DTC P1000 is to indicate that not all of the On Board Diagnostics OBD monitors have yet been successfully completed. You may also refer to the OBD Drive Cycle defined under the Powertrain Control/Emission Diagnosis Manual-Diagnostic Methods or the Owner's Manual.

Remember: It is not necessary to remove P1000 from the Powertrain Control Module PCM by driving the vehicle.

===END PCM DTC P1000===

===PCM DTC P0230===
Code: P0230 - Fuel pump primary circuit malfunction

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Fuel pump primary circuit malfunction.

This DTC may be caused by :

Open or grounded fuel pump primary circuit.

Relay

Improper connection

fuel pump relay short circuit to positive

Fuel pump open circuit

No live feed to the fuel pump relay

Open or grounded fuel pump primary circuit.

Faulty or damaged PCM.

===END PCM DTC P0230===

===PCM DTC P1662===
Code: P1662 - Injector Driver Module Failure

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Injector Driver Module Failure

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END PCM DTC P1662===

===PCM DTC P0640===
Code: P0640 - Manifold Intake Air Heater Control Circuit Fault

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Manifold Intake Air Heater Control Circuit Fault

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short to Ground

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

MIAH Relay

PCM

Inspect connectors for signs of damage, water ingress, corrosion, etc.

===END PCM DTC P0640===

===PCM DTC P0670===
Code: P0670 - Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short circuit

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

GPCM

PCM

===END PCM DTC P0670===

===ECS DTC B1869===
Code: B1869 - Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator circuit failure

Module: Electronic Crash Sensor

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator circuit failure

===END ECS DTC B1869===

===GEM DTC None===
Successful DTC reading, no error codes found

Module: Generic Electronic Module

===END GEM DTC None===

===ABS DTC None===
Successful DTC reading, no error codes found

Module: Antilock braking system

===END ABS DTC None===

Being a beginner at all this stuff my take is this:

Good News: no faults in GEM or ABS

Bad News: I may have spent $300 dollars on the glow plugs and GPCM for nothing.
The Wastegate Circuit problem is leading me to the PCM since I have traced the wiring all the way to the main harness before the plug.
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Has it always been a CA emissions truck, or just since the rebuild? Have you pulled the PCM to check the code on it, or do you know if the PCM is original to the truck? Any idea what year block was used for the replacement? Short block or long block? Trying to figure out which parts might have been left and which were replaced with the swap.
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The VIN decode states it was a California Emissions Vehicle:

Build Date
26.05.2000
Vehicle Line:
F250/350/450/550 Super Duty
Body Style:
Super Single Cab
Version:
250 Series
Engine:
7.3L Diesel V8 Turbo
Transmission:
4 Spd Auto Trans EAO A4LE
Drive:
LHD 4WD (PTD)
Axle Ratio:
3.73
Emission:
California Emission Requirements
Air Conditioning:
Manual Air Conditioning
Paint:
Harvest Gold W/B

I went through the receipts and found that in 2014 all of the following were done to the truck. Most by a Ford Dealer.
F81Z6K854FA (Adapter) Turbo Up Pipe
F81Z6K854EA (Adapter) Turbo Up Pipe
F81Z6K854AA (Adapter) Turbo "T"
F4TZ6K854C (Adapter) Flange Gasket
W300013 (Bolt) "Y" pipe bolt
W300050 (Nut) "Y" pipe nut
1C3Z6C640LA - A (Connection) Intercooler Tube -Blue
YC3Z6C640PA - A (Connection) Intercooler Tube - Red
F6TZ9F838A (Sensor Assembly) ICP sensor
5C3Z12224A (Connector) ICP sensor Plug pigtail
F4TZ6N653B (Gasket) Pedestal O-rings Yellow-Large
F4TZ6N653A (Gasket) pedestal O-rings Yellow-Small
F81Z9N332AA (Elbow) HPOP fittings
F4TZ6769A (Valve Assembly - CR) Dog House O-rings - small
F4TZ6769C (Ring - Sealing) Dog House O-rings - large
F4TZ8287A (Clamp - Hose) Intercooler Tube Clamps
F4TZ6K854F (Adapter) Exhaust Flange

****78-8677 (Power Control Module)****

Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve
Upper and lower ball joint
Fan Clutch
Shifter Cable
Hub Bearing
Track Bar
Water Separator Valve

Almost $5000 in parts and labor.

I pulled the PCM and the only numbers on it were scratched into the plastic 78-8677. No labels, stickers, bar codes were found on it. Looked as though it had been spray painted black at some point.

The guy I bought it from said the replacement motor was a 2002 Re-manufactured crate motor but that was all he knew. I couldn't find any receipts or records for the replacement motor, only a label on the passenger valve cover that says Re-manufactured.
Here's a picture of the engine serial number if that helps.
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Where did you look up the VIN data?
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Spray painted black means it's not original, and may or may not be the source of your problem. The PCM itself should be a black plastic with a removable tab on the end that has the PCM code on it. The housing should be silver. Since it sounds like it may have been replaced, is the little ground clip in place?

Here's some removal instructions that has pictures of what the end tab with code is supposed to look like. (bottom of page 2) https://www.totaldieselperformance.c...pinstall99.pdf
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I don't remember any grounding clip. Do you have a picture of it?

Here's the pictures I took when I removed the PCM to try and find out what number/kind it was. The numbers scratched in the plastic matched the ones on the receipt from Ford Dealer:
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I don't remember any grounding clip. Do you have a picture of it?
A quick look and I don't seem to, but I'm sure someone who is better at searching this site than me can help you out soon enough.

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Here's the pictures I took when I removed the PCM to try and find out what number/kind it was. The numbers scratched in the plastic matched the ones on the receipt from Ford Dealer:
That's the plate that's supposed to have your sticker on it. Looks like a reman PCM you have there. I don't suppose you have any friends with the exact same model truck that would let you swap them out for a bit for testing purposes?

Next, have you considered a chip / tuner? One of the tuning guys might be able to offer some programming that could compensate for any incorrect PCM code.
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Do you have Forescan by any chance? Forescan will read your PCM information and tell you what it is.
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Yes. Is this the information you are talking about?

Interface:
Type: FTDI #1:113010841845, 115200 kbps
Adapter: STN1130 v4.0.1 (ELM327 v1.3a)
Min.delay: 15 ms ( Good)
Errors:
- CAN ERROR: 3 ( 2.8% )
- UNKNOWN COMMAND: 1 ( 0.9% )

OBDII - On Board Diagnostic II

PCM - Powertrain Control Module
Part number: XU7FCC
Strategy : VNABLNB
Copyright Ford Motor Co. 2010

ECS - Electronic Crash Sensor
Part number: YC3ACA
Software version: v5 1999-07-09

GEM - Generic Electronic Module
Part number: -14B205-DM
Software version: 1999-09-21

ABS - Antilock braking system
Part number: YC35-2C346-BB
Software version: v2 1999-07-06
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Yes. Is this the information you are talking about?

PCM - Powertrain Control Module
Part number: XU7FCC
Strategy : VNABLNB
Copyright Ford Motor Co. 2010
That would be it right there. It should help someone who knows what those numbers (letters) mean identify your PCM.
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It is interesting that the copyright date is 2010 and my truck was built in 2000.
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I saw that too, you did say that it had been replaced/rebuilt so that explains it.
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Pulled the interior fuse box and GEM today. Very dirty but no signs of burned contacts.
Cleaned everything up and reinstalled.
Removed front left wheel and fender liner, pulled all the plugs and cleaned every connection and reassembled. Someone had been in there before as I found a splice (still good) and some bare spots on wires. Red with Green stripe being chased by the look of it.
Went for a drive and SES stayed off until my next key cycle. Same codes I have been fighting since the beginning.
===OBDII DTC P0670-C===
Code: P0670 - Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

Status:
- Confirmed - malfunction is confirmed

Module: On Board Diagnostic II

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short circuit

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

GPCM

PCM

===END OBDII DTC P0670-C===

===OBDII DTC P1690-C===
Code: P1690 - Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Status:
- Confirmed - malfunction is confirmed

Module: On Board Diagnostic II

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END OBDII DTC P1690-C===

===PCM DTC P1690===
Code: P1690 - Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Wastegate Solenoid Circuit

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END PCM DTC P1690===

===PCM DTC P1000===
Code: P1000 - On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Systems Readiness Test Not Complete

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Check of all systems is not complete since last memory clear.

--Possible Causes--
- The vehicle is new from the factory and has not yet been through a complete OBD Drive Cycle.
- The battery or PCM has been disconnected.
- An OBD monitor failure had occurred prior to completion of an OBD Drive Cycle.
- The PCM DTCs have been cleared as part of a service process.

Note: The only way P1000 can be cleared (removed) from memory is when all of the OBD monitors have been successfully completed during normal vehicle operation.

P1000 cannot be cleared from the PCM when: 1. The thermostat is stuck open and a DTC is not generated. 2. There is an open VSS circuit and a DTC is not generated. 3. If the vehicle has a Power Take Off (PTO), the circuit is shorted to VPWR or B+, or the PTO is ON during Self-test.

The purpose of the Diagnostic Trouble Code DTC P1000 is to indicate that not all of the On Board Diagnostics OBD monitors have yet been successfully completed. You may also refer to the OBD Drive Cycle defined under the Powertrain Control/Emission Diagnosis Manual-Diagnostic Methods or the Owner's Manual.

Remember: It is not necessary to remove P1000 from the Powertrain Control Module PCM by driving the vehicle.

===END PCM DTC P1000===

===PCM DTC P0230===
Code: P0230 - Fuel pump primary circuit malfunction

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Fuel pump primary circuit malfunction.

This DTC may be caused by :

Open or grounded fuel pump primary circuit.

Relay

Improper connection

fuel pump relay short circuit to positive

Fuel pump open circuit

No live feed to the fuel pump relay

Open or grounded fuel pump primary circuit.

Faulty or damaged PCM.

===END PCM DTC P0230===

===PCM DTC P1662===
Code: P1662 - Injector Driver Module Failure

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Injector Driver Module Failure

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END PCM DTC P1662===

===PCM DTC P0603===
Code: P0603 - Power interruption on KAPWR circuit.

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Power interruption on KAPWR circuit.

Open KAPWRcircuit.

Loose/poor battery connections at the battery and engine block.

This DTC may be caused by :

If a recent PCM disconnect or battery disconnect is suspected no action is required unless the code continues to appear after being cleared.

Reprogramming can cause this code. If reprogramming was done clear codes and release vehicle.

Improper connection

===END PCM DTC P0603===

===PCM DTC P0640===
Code: P0640 - Manifold Intake Air Heater Control Circuit Fault

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Manifold Intake Air Heater Control Circuit Fault

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short to Ground

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

MIAH Relay

PCM

Inspect connectors for signs of damage, water ingress, corrosion, etc.

===END PCM DTC P0640===

===PCM DTC P0670===
Code: P0670 - Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

Module: Powertrain Control Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Glow Plug Module Control Circuit

This DTC may be caused by :

Open circuit.

Short circuit

Possible causes are:

Harness wiring

GPCM

PCM

===END PCM DTC P0670===

===ECS DTC B1869===
Code: B1869 - Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator circuit failure

Module: Electronic Crash Sensor

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Lamp Air Bag Warning Indicator circuit failure

===END ECS DTC B1869===

===GEM DTC B1323===
Code: B1323 - Door Ajar Warning Lamp circuit failure

Module: Generic Electronic Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Door Ajar Warning Lamp circuit failure

--- Possible Causes --------
This code can be generated by:

-Open/Short circuit between Door Ajar Warning Lamp and Generic Electronic Module
- Open/Short circuit between Door Ajar Warning Lamp and power circuit
- Suspect Door Ajar Warning Lamp
- Suspect Generic Electronic Module.

===END GEM DTC B1323===

===GEM DTC P1820===
Code: P1820 - Transmission transfer case low to high shift relay coil circuit failure

Module: Generic Electronic Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Transmission transfer case low to high shift relay coil circuit failure

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END GEM DTC P1820===

===GEM DTC P1828===
Code: P1828 - Transmission transfer case high to low shift relay coil circuit failure

Module: Generic Electronic Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Transmission transfer case high to low shift relay coil circuit failure

Follow the routines in the service manual to resolve the DTC listed.

===END GEM DTC P1828===

===GEM DTC B1302===
Code: B1302 - Accessory delay relay circuit failure

Module: Generic Electronic Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Accessory delay relay circuit failure

===END GEM DTC B1302===

===GEM DTC B1371===
Code: B1371 - Interior Courtesy Lamp Relay circuit failure

Module: Generic Electronic Module

Diagnostic Trouble Code details

Interior Courtesy Lamp Relay circuit failure

--- Possible Causes --------

-Open circuit between Battery Saver Relay & GEM Battery Saver Relay & Power Distribution

-Short to GND between Battery Saver Relay & GEM

-Open circuit between Interior Courtesy Lamp Relay and GEM
- Open circuit between Battery Saver Relay and Interior Courtesy Lamp Relay
- Damaged or worn Interior Courtesy Lamp Relay.

-Suspect Fuse Battery Saver Relay Generic Electronic Module (GEM)

===END GEM DTC B1371===

===ABS DTC None===
Successful DTC reading, no error codes found

Module: Antilock braking system

===END ABS DTC None===

I know the dash light codes should be easy fixes.
Does anyone know where I can find the LOW-HIGH and HIGH LOW shift relays? One schematic for a 2002 (I though it would be the same as 2000) says Accessory Fuse BOX 3 but I can only find two extra Fuse Boxes on my truck.
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