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T444e has warn engine light and code 333 after warming up

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T444e has warn engine light and code 333 after warming up and running 30 min. Goes into limp mode.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
If you turn truck off and restart right away light goes off and runs fine for sometimes 3 mins and up to 30 min before it goes into limp mode again. Seems to do it faster driving at higher speeds and above 2000 rpm
Expert:  Jeremy replied 9 months ago.

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333 - Injection Control Pressure above/ below desired level

Check the IPR and replace it. If the code remains after, then you have a leak on one of the injector o-rings that needs to be replaced. That is what is causing this code.

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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
I ordered a new IPR. If that doesnt fix how do i determine which injector is causing issue? Is there a test?
Expert:  Jeremy replied 9 months ago.

The only real test is to pull the injectors to check the o-rings. I wish it was simpler, but it isn't on this year and model of engine.

If it has been a long time since th o-rings were done or if you never done them, they will most likely need them. The o-rings are cheap. It just takes a little bit of time to get the valve covers off and pull the injectors. When the o-rings are worn, you'll see an improvement in power once they are changed out.

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