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Ok, so I have a 2011 F-550 XL 6.7l powerstroke truck, I had

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ok, so I have a 2011 F-550 XL 6.7l powerstroke truck, I had a problem with an open injector and was forced to replace the engine, later, I had a problem while installing an OLEP kit, misplaced the hose and killed the engine (...i know... ) so, I changed 3/4 of the engine, just mechanical parts, I had an error with the oil pressure sensor, due to a loose wire, but now I have a P0001 error code.
How can I fix it?
Thanks
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Chris (aka- Moose) replied 1 year ago.

Welcome, I am Chris.

Check fuse 37 under the hood. Check for battery voltage B+ on the White wires of both the Fuel Pressure Control and the Fuel Volume Control valves. If there is no voltage, check for voltage on the White wire, both sides of pin 10 at connector C 1047 its 16 pin connector that is black next to the passenger wheel well. This will tell us if we need to trace a wire broken.

If there is voltage at the valves, trace the Grey/Brown from the Fuel Pressure Control valve and the Blue/Orange from the Fuel Volume Control valve to the PCM and see if there are issues.

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