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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 04:46 AM Thread Starter
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Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

Hi guys, dealing with a head scratcher on my truck. I am dealing with a mid range bog and top end stumble.

Truck is a 97 F350 CCLB 5 speed with 4:10's and 35's

Mods are:

DDP 160's
TE 500 HPOP
H2E
Hypermax intercooler
EFUEL
TS tunes

The truck starts and runs fine, you can take off easy and it's fine on the economy and 120 tune. Now when you floor it and run through the gears it bogs through the mid range and the boost fluctuates between 12-20 then kinds cleans up and will hit 35 on the high side then it will kind of flutter till you shift. It throws a PO326 which appears to be map related.


We installed a air compressor regulator to try and fool the map to see of that would help and it didn't.

I am kinda stumped here. We don't want to throw un needed parts at it but we are open to suggestions.

I have a good array of tools so if you have any tests I can try that would be great.

Thanks for any help!
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 08:19 AM
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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

Are these canned tunes or custom burnt to your truck and mods?
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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

These were custom tunes by TS the truck ran the same with the edge though
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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

I was unaware TS did any custom tuning, I thought they were all generic canned tunes

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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

Well perhaps that's an issue then. This is my friends truck and we assumed TS tunes would make this combination run better. Any suggestions? It really stinks having all these performance parts not working together!
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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

Wow had a brain fart here today! It's a DP tuner.
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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

DP sells generic and Custom tunes

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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

They were custom tunes for the mods listed. Had an edge on it and decided it was time to utilize all the power it could make.
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Have you checked the MAP line? How about swapping out the MAP from another truck

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Re: Modded 97 CCLB PO236 problems

http://http://www.thedieselstop.com/.../94-23-15.php3

http://www.thedieselstop.com/faq/949.../94-23-15.php3

Apparently I have the gray map sensor which is incorrect. I purchased a new map sensor and some line today. I will change it out in a bit and see what happens. Will keep you all posted.
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