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Per my info, the code 35 has to do with the exhaust temps sensor. This could be due to the overfueling.
Usually when you get overfueling on a diesel injector, the injector is bad. The tip could be blown off, the intrnal valve isn;t closing all the way, or the solenoid isn't responding.
I suggest pulling the injectors and having them tested to see which one is bad. There is a test called a pop test that will check to see that hte valve is working properly inside the injector and it will measure the spray pattern off the injector to make sure the injector tip isn't damaged.
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