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Re: Engine trouble Codes
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www.cumminsforum.com > ... > 3rd Gen. Powertrain Jun 5, 2010 - 9 posts - 7 authors
I have an 06 Dodge 5.9L that has a light white smoke and rough idle when first ... 2006Ram 2500 QCSB 4x4, 3" Carli coils w/ 1" Daystar spacer, ... Still ran good tho, dispite the exact conditions you describe on Cold Start up.
Are the batteries in good shape? Starter slower than before? I hope one of those two. Alternative would be glow plugs. In nice weather it probably starts like a champ but when the temperature drops the glow plugs work overtime to get that initial bang to start. I'm a dodge man but have never driven a Dodge powered by cummins so I don't know about the glow plug light situation. On fords they look like a pigs tail or it just has a "wait to start" amber light. Sometimes a double cycle, letting the light go out and turning it off and then letting it cycle again will make for an easy start.
The check engine light is on to tell you that the ECU has detected a fault. The faults are stored as codes. The codes both have to do with a deficiency of exhaust gas going through the EGR valve. You will need to find out if the problem has to do with the valve, a leak, or the circuit.
Computers and Control Systems: Diagnostic Trouble Code Tests and Associated Procedures
P0236-MAP SENSOR TOO HIGH TOO LONG
Boost pressure signal indicates boost pressure is high when other engine parameters (i.e. speed and load) indicate boost pressure should be low or
boost pressure is low when other engine parameters indicate it should be high.
- Other codes
- Checking boost pressure sensor
- Checking the 5-volt supply circuit
- Sensor ground circuit open
- MAP sensor
- MAP signal circuit open
- MAP signal circuit STV
- MAP signal circuit STSG
- MAP signal circuit STG
try moving the ends of the tie rod. there should be a metal sticking out of the rubber ball like part at the end. A worn out tie rod would be easily moved with bear hands while a new one will take some muscle.
P0523 means the Oil pressure voltage to high. Your Oil pressure sensor may need to be replaced.
P1682 means your charging system is to low. Your voltage regulator may be going bad or the whole alternator.
p1693 means a Diagnostic trouble code (DTC) has been detected in the ECM or PCM which is related to the above DTC P0XXX codes.
Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted, be glad to help