Post by redneckwizard on Apr 14, 2015 16:52:52 GMT -8
Vehicle is a 2004 Ford F250 6.0 Powerstroke. EGR was deleted and I use a tuner. Purchased a VGate scanner to attempt a buzz test for my injectors. When I attempt the test I get an "Unknown Error Code" message. Like wise when I run KOER Contribution test I get the same result. Every other test under the powertrain option results in resource out of range.
ECU is throwing P1000 and P0603 codes. Is there a way to bypass P1000 in order to do these diagnostics?
Error Code: P0603 Description: Engine Control Module (ECM) - Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error, Non-Volatile Memory Error Possible solution: The DTC can be set when the vehicle is started and the battery voltage is too low. The engine does start but the Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) detects that the voltage is too low. The battery must be recharged and the DTC memory erased. Then Throttle Valve Control Module must be adapted (matched) to the Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) and the readiness code regenerated again. If the DTC occurs again after a road test, then replace the control module.
redneckwizard you finally got any response how to do the buzz test on your power stroke engine, im trying to do a buzz test on my 2006 6.0, i got the app but i cant run the test i have the p1000 code the i'm able to do different test but not this one email@example.com
Has anyone figured this out? I have a 2003 ford 6.0 that will not run the contrib balance or the injector buzz test. I get "Unknown Error" during the buzz test and "Request out of range" during the contrib balance test.
Post by Deisel Dustin on Nov 20, 2018 21:40:57 GMT -8
After working with Issac through email he was able to determine that my BT adapter WAS compliant but was not able to resolve the errors I was seeing. He refunded my purchase. He did state that injector contribution test was not even available at this time...
The Windows version of Forscan is the way to go for diagnosis of any Ford especially diesels. You can use an obdlink sx or MX Bluetooth. I have both and as far as power train issues they are equal the MX will get into all the modules so if you have like some body or HVAC problems that's the one to get. A P1000 just means that the obd drive cycle is not completed. Hope this helps.