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07.5 - 09 3rd Gen 6.7L PowertrainDiscussion of components that are directly involved in the power production and all that is needed to get and keep the truck moving . Engine, Transmission, etc...NO ADVERTISING
For the 6.7 guys with the P2262 code & new turbo replacement, did the new turbo get rid of your CEL problems?? any other problems?
Yes, in my case if finally got rid of the CEL, but other than the new turbo there's been nothing from Dodge to stop the same thing from happening again. You're continually pumping soot through your motor unless you're working that thing really hard - so for most of us it's just a matter of time.
Think about it, if this weren't a REALLY HUGE PROBLEM why would the new turbos come pre-drilled with a cleaning tap? Even they know it's going to happen again and again and again.
Those that had their turbo replaced long before the AX flash update (07.5's) or AP (08's) still seemed to have P2262 problems. After the AX or AP flash turbo replacements seemed to cure the problems more often.
Basically the flash updates do seem to reduce sooting problems. However, they don't cure a turbo, egr, heater grid etc. thats already sooted up.
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