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P0170 code last week and now a P24A0 this week (dealer cannot figure it out)

 
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Old 05-06-2019, 08:27 AM
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Thats good, well I am at ford right now so Just waiting to see what they say besides the crazy price of 250 just to run a diagnostics test.
 
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:43 AM
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Good morning all,

2016 Ford F350 6.7 with 60k miles
NO delete. Bone stock

I'm getting same codes P24A0 and P0170. Also P0402. I would like to locate the problem on my own before letting dealer spend a week on it. Should I try manual regeneration, cleaning mass air or just bring it in?

 
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Old 05-15-2019, 10:16 PM
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Originally Posted by 16_superduty View Post
Good morning all,

2016 Ford F350 6.7 with 60k miles
NO delete. Bone stock

I'm getting same codes P24A0 and P0170. Also P0402. I would like to locate the problem on my own before letting dealer spend a week on it. Should I try manual regeneration, cleaning mass air or just bring it in?
If it happened to me again I would try to fix it myself. Clear the code and get in a solid regen (like full cycle in 4th gear doing 65mph) and watch the temps and the ending percentage. If it appears normal I wouldn't worry too much. Not sure on the P0402 -may e unrelated???
 
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Old 05-16-2019, 05:17 AM
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Originally Posted by CPTMidnight View Post
If it happened to me again I would try to fix it myself. Clear the code and get in a solid regen (like full cycle in 4th gear doing 65mph) and watch the temps and the ending percentage. If it appears normal I wouldn't worry too much. Not sure on the P0402 -may e unrelated???
Dealer did a TSB pcm flash (for engine light)
Manual regeneration (recommended)
Changed both fuel filters (recommended)

We held off on fixing upper oil pan leak (under warranty) until next oil change, since we just changed oil.
 
 
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