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2018 Ford F 150 5.0 Check Engine light

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Post Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:17 pm

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I’m tuning my truck with my i2 with all the latest updates on it according to tech support and the ford tune and the update for the ford tune. The truck tunes now after a license issue I was having. I drive it shut it off next start up check engine light on reading pcm:P0500 vehicle speed sensor A. Also I hear piging coming from the engine. I tuned it to 93 octane with auto start off and has speed limiter off basically only setting I changed. I did take tune off and tune it with no settings change to the 93 octane tune and again got the light on thought maybe disabling auto start might have been doing it but no such luck don’t know where to go from here besides putting it back to stock.
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can you post the info.xml file from the device so I can get some more info here?


Thanks
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST

Post Mon Nov 19, 2018 11:08 pm

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Info File
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Any updates on this issue? Info File uploaded Nov,19th


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seems the device is reading the wrong code, do you have anything else you can read the code with?
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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I took the truck to advanced auto and there scanner also gave the same code as the tuner is showing.


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Load the attached file to the i2 drive and let it import then load the tune and it will not throw the code.


Thanks
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Mike Litsch
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Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
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Tuned the ford again with the file you said to upload to device and the check engine light came on again.
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Post Mon Dec 17, 2018 10:46 am

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do you have another means of reading the code besides the i2?
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
Diablo Tech support by phone:
561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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mikel wrote:
do you have another means of reading the code besides the i2?

please load this update, should resolve it.
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Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
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561-908-0040x4
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After the update you just said to load this is what I'm getting now the tune won't even load
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New info file after update
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thanks, can you also post the contents of the runtime folder?

In the meantime, also please try going to the settings menu and select clear all updates.
its holding an unsupported request from before the update was loaded and I wonder if that could be causing a problem.
Mike Litsch
Powerteq Customer Service Manager
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561-908-0040x4
M-F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST


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runtime Content
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runtime Content
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