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Code for diesel truck PO238 - 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty

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  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    Im sorry i gave you a wrong code I have no code come up or eng lights with this problem

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    Diesel - Loss of Power....Full View










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    I'm sorry i gave you a wrong code I do not have any codes with this problem no eng light We are experiencing an intermittent loss of power on our 2005 Ford F250 super duty 4x4 6.0 liter diesel truck (45k miles on it).

    Description:
    While
    towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed
    drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as
    though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the
    accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed
    (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power
    was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+
    mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter
    were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement.

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    I'm still waiting for a answer?

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    We are experiencing an intermittent loss of power on our 2005 Ford F250 super duty 4x4 6.0 liter diesel truck (45k miles on it).

    Description:
    While towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+ mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement.

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    I have a poontoon Boat have tow for 4 year never a problem till now. I can tow alot more weight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    Please do not go by the CODE I said i sent the wrong code we have no CODE with this problem

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    Please do not use the code PO238 This is a wrong code for what is going on with my truck PLEASE READ THIS information from here.To help me
    Diesel - Loss of Power.

    ...

    We are experiencing an intermittent loss of power on our 2005 Ford F250 super duty 4x4 6.0 liter diesel truck (45k miles on it).

    Description:
    While towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+ mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement.

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    Are you talking about the TSB 09-16--5 would you have a code for this on a code reader ?Is that part of the emissions

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    My you did not get the information right do not go by the code PO238 that is a wrong code on my part I have no CODES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read this Please below the line


















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    Description:
    While
    towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed
    drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as
    though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the
    accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed
    (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power
    was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+
    mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter
    were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement.





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    Description:
    While towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+ mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement.

  • spotdowns Sep 07, 2010

    what are all these code PO299? P404? P0478? P2262? P2263?

  • spotdowns Sep 08, 2010

    That is the wrong CODE ## SORRY Please read the information below as to how my truck is working




    We are experiencing an intermittent loss of power on our 2005 Ford F250 super duty 4x4 6.0 liter diesel truck (45k miles on it).

    Description:
    While
    towing a boat, the truck loses power. When climbing grades the speed
    drops to 40-50 mph. Pressing the accelerator did not help, it was as
    though a governor was limiting the speed. If I backed off on the
    accelerator, the truck would eventually up-shift and increase speed
    (once we passed the steep part of the grades).

    This loss of power
    was not consistent as we were able to climb some steep grades at 70+
    mph while on some small grades we slowed to 40-50 mph.

    Also, using the 'tow/haul' button did not seem to change the truck's power output/speed.

    Also note that all fuel filters and the air filter
    were replaced after first experiencing this problem - with no improvement

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P0238 This code relates to your turbocharger sensors. Specifically: The turbocharger boost sensor, A Circuit, is high.
The ECM monitors sensor input data continuously when the engine is running . Each sensor has its own specific electrical characteristics which are stored within the computers OBD program.

Your boost sensor apparently malfunctioned or possibly sent a signal (for whatever reason ) that the ECM interpreted as a out of range signal . In this case the sensor signal was too high . I would personally clear the codes from the ECM and operate the vehicle under various driving conditions (especially acceleration under load conditions which would engage the turbocharger ) to see if the code resets again . If it does, I would replace the sensor . However , if it does not reset , and no other codes occur it could've been an intermittent malfunction or possibly a glitch in the ECM parameters which does occur from time to time in any computer .

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    With what you've described , I can only think of a few things that would be the root cause of your issue . I would listen for the turbocharger's operation when it is suppose to charge through the intake paying particular attention to what the speedometer does or how it feels regarding the extra horsepower and pull it should generate. I would check my fuel to be sure it is not contaminated also . I'm assuming you're using a good water separator such as a RayCor or equivalent. Finally , I might take a close look at my exhaust system. It sounds to me like your engine is loading up . In other words it can't breathe well. The turbocharger circuit is very important also, as is the initial point of load and RPM in relation to when it begins to charge through the intake . Sometimes the waist gate control valve can become frozen in a particular position or respond to slowly for proper turbo control . I hope this helps you in further isolating the cause of your power loss.

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Hi! Code PO238 will mean that the turbo charger is full of carbon. YOu will need to have it cleaned up to resolve this. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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The code indicates one of three problems according to the Ford Service CD.

1. A Faulty MAP Sensor
2. A MAP Sensor signal shorted to VPWR (12 volts) (note - I might be able to tell you how to test for this, if your happy using a volt meter and don't mind pulling the PCM)
3. A faulty PCM.

If you have access to a diagnostic program like AE, or can perform a KOEO diagnostic routine, do this:

-First clear the DTC's

-Disconnect the MAP sensor from the harness (Key OFF first)

-Perform a KOEO diagnostic

--if you DON'T get a P0238 code, replace the MAP sensor and retest (with the MAP connected).

--If you DO get a P0238 code, you have either #2 or #3 above and need to figure out if it's a shorted harness or a bad PCM.

If you can't do the KOEO, I'd seriously suspect the MAP sensor since the other 2 possibilities are more difficult to detect and besides, denial is a lot easier, isn't it code  for diesel truck PO238 - biggrin.gif

In all seriousness, a bad MAP sensor is much more likely. Have you had performance concerns? Smoke, or lack of power? Have you done any work with the PCM or wiring near the MAP harness? Installed a Chip? More info about the circumstances might make it easier

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P0238 Turbocharger Boost Sensor A Circuit High. This usually means there was a spike in the voltage to the circuit.

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  • Matthew Boulden Sep 07, 2010

    Ok, after reading about your problem, I do not see why you put a code up, and that is the only thing I see is your asking for a code solution. The problem you are describing sounds like the TPS, (throttle position sensor) acting up. You may start with cleaning it and cleaning the connections. It is a very specific condition which causes the problem, so after you are done you will have to re-create the scenario to see if the issue is solved.

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This means the the turbo is generating too much boost and is tripping out the engine management. The code indicates one of three problems according to the Ford Service CD:

1. A Faulty MAP Sensor
2. A MAP Sensor signal shorted to VPWR (12 volts) (note - I might be able to tell you how to test for this, if your happy using a volt meter and don't mind pulling the PCM)
3. A faulty PCM.

If you have access to a diagnostic program like AE, or can perform a KOEO diagnostic routine, do this:
- First clear the DTC's
- Disconnect the MAP sensor from the harness (Key OFF first)
- Perform a KOEO diagnostic
- If you DON'T get a P0238 code, replace the MAP sensor and retest (with the MAP connected).
- If you DO get a P0238 code, you have either #2 or #3 above and need to figure out if it's a shorted harness or a bad PCM.

If you can't do the KOEO, I'd seriously suspect the MAP sensor since the other 2 possibilities are more difficult to detect and besides, denial is a lot easier, isn't it

In all seriousness, a bad MAP sensor is much more likely.

Hope helps.

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My 1999 dodge diesel p/u has a code 0216 problem.


0216 is the VP44 deatch code. Go to the Blue Chip Diesel site for a complete injector pump troubleshooting article.

Nov 07, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 4WD

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Code po370 po238


put a mechanical fuel gauge and long fuel hose on the bleed valve on water crossover run it in the cab and opserve pressure, should be 3 psi at idle and min 1 psi wide open trottle. on steady run fuel pressure should stay steady too,about 3-4 psi, if it fluctuates from o psi to whatever, it could be interupted power to the LP. failing OPS ??
Try above first.

what are the codes for??

Jul 07, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet C3500

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