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    New DTC P262D

    So I replaced the connector and maf sensor today.

    I now have new codes that I haven't seen before p262D.

    I started the truck after replacing sensor and connector to see this code.

    I deleted the code and went for test drive, code didn't come back.

    I let truck sit for 3 hours, started it up again, code came back.

    Performance is not changed, no limp mode, turbo spools, just has a code.

    Any ideas on this one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18ram67 View Post
    So I replaced the connector and maf sensor today.

    I now have new codes that I haven't seen before p262D.

    I started the truck after replacing sensor and connector to see this code.

    I deleted the code and went for test drive, code didn't come back.

    I let truck sit for 3 hours, started it up again, code came back.

    Performance is not changed, no limp mode, turbo spools, just has a code.

    Any ideas on this one?

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    If I'm not mistaken that's a sensor voltage circuit low code.

    A general scanner won't delete it, you'll need an actual scan tool if memory serves me right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cumminsdieselfreak View Post
    If I'm not mistaken that's a sensor voltage circuit low code.

    A general scanner won't delete it, you'll need an actual scan tool if memory serves me right.
    What constitutes an actual scan tool?

    I used a basic one that reads codes and deletes them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18ram67 View Post
    What constitutes an actual scan tool?

    I used a basic one that reads codes and deletes them.

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    A dealer or high end snap on type scan tool.

    An auto parts store or programmer obd scanner won't clear it.

    Something isn't right if this just showed up after a sensor install.

    It could just be a fluke as well.

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    Ok. If I clear it with a better one and it still comes back, but still no performance changes, what should be my next step?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18ram67 View Post
    Ok. If I clear it with a better one and it still comes back, but still no performance changes, what should be my next step?

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    I would retrace my install of the sensor to make sure nothing was overlooked first.

    An actual scan tool will tell the tech or whoever exactly what's causing it.

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    Damn. Ok.

    This is becoming a royal pain in the ***.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18ram67 View Post
    Damn. Ok.

    This is becoming a royal pain in the ***.

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    Did you just replace the sensor itself?

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    Yes. I replaced the maf sensor due to the "nipples" on the top of it being broke off preventing the connector from locking.

    I got a new sensor to hopefully fix the p0111 code I was getting.

    I was able to delete the p0111 code before and drive around less than 30ish miles with no check engine light coming on.

    The second I went further it would turn on again, however, I had no performance loss.

    After replacing the sensor, upon immediate start up, I got the p0111 and p262d code with 2 bcm codes.

    I drove around with 0 performance loss.

    I was able to delete all.

    Drove for 15 miles or so, still good.

    I started truck after 3 hours and got the p262d and 2 bcm codes back.

    I haven't been able to drive for 30+ miles yet to see if I get the p0111 code again, though.

    I still have 0 performance loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18ram67 View Post
    Yes. I replaced the maf sensor due to the "nipples" on the top of it being broke off preventing the connector from locking.

    I got a new sensor to hopefully fix the p0111 code I was getting.

    I was able to delete the p0111 code before and drive around less than 30ish miles with no check engine light coming on.

    The second I went further it would turn on again, however, I had no performance loss.

    After replacing the sensor, upon immediate start up, I got the p0111 and p262d code with 2 bcm codes.

    I drove around with 0 performance loss.

    I was able to delete all.

    Drove for 15 miles or so, still good.

    I started truck after 3 hours and got the p262d and 2 bcm codes back.

    I haven't been able to drive for 30+ miles yet to see if I get the p0111 code again, though.

    I still have 0 performance loss.

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