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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-21-2014, 03:27 PM Thread Starter
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Miss goes away under a load??

Have a big mystery here and I am at a loss. My 06 6.0 has 190cc inj, turbo, egr delete, SCT custom tune and straight exhaust. I have developed a miss and or rough idle after the truck went in the shop for a flywheel replacement. It ONLY occurs when in park and at idle... if you put your foot on the brake or put it in drive or turn the AC on, it quits. It is as if you put the motor under a load it solves the issue. I am thinking electrical as in ICP sensor? It has a new FICM already and is not showing and codes. Any Ideas or thoughts??
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-31-2014, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Miss goes away under a load??

Plleeeeeeeaaaasee Help lol
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Re: Miss goes away under a load??

Need to monitor data pids. What is ICP/IPR when its acting up?

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Re: Miss goes away under a load??

Who's injectors? Do you know if the spill port on the injectors were plugged?

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Re: Miss goes away under a load??

I would guess you have warren diesel injectors. My truck did the same thing. Just get the custom tune adjusted. Its plugged spill ports that causes that.
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