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Old 08-16-2013, 04:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Code P2262

I am getting this code P2262 on my 2010 6.7 off and on now and then. Anybody have any idea what it is? I have the Edge Juice with Attitude and it reads P2262 Turbocharge boost Pressure not detected-mechanical. Can anybody give me some feedback on this before I take it into the dealer? Thank you.


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I am getting this code P2262 on my 2010 6.7 off and on now and then. Anybody have any idea what it is? I have the Edge Juice with Attitude and it reads P2262 Turbocharge boost Pressure not detected-mechanical. Can anybody give me some feedback on this before I take it into the dealer? Thank you.


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Mine threw the 2262 when the turbo was all sooted up, Dealer replaced it and all was good.
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I am getting this code P2262 on my 2010 6.7 off and on now and then. Anybody have any idea what it is? I have the Edge Juice with Attitude and it reads P2262 Turbocharge boost Pressure not detected-mechanical. Can anybody give me some feedback on this before I take it into the dealer? Thank you.


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How many miles on your truck? I got that code shortly before the truck went into limp mode. Took in truck to dealer and they cleaned turbo (big waste, but factory makes them do that before they replace turbo). Two months later turbo gets replaced and runs like new.
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I'm at 44k miles. I just got the call from the dealer to pick it up. They said they just cleaned the turbo. Hoping its all good and there's no lose of power.


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I'm at 44k miles. I just got the call from the dealer to pick it up. They said they just cleaned the turbo. Hoping its all good and there's no lose of power.


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Don't wonder too far, the turbo is on borrowed time.
How often do you use the exhaust brake? The EB needs to be ran all of the time to keep the turbo from failing prematurely.
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Hardly ever! Didn't know that! I'm sure that my Edge with Juice isn't helping either with soot buildup. I don't have any deletes on the truck either.


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Code P2262

So I took my truck in for this code and Dodges fix was to clean the turbo. I expected that would be the fix the first time around, but I've noticed that my truck doesn't seem to have the power it had before. Anybody else experience this same issue? Also, what is the process in cleaning the turbo?<br />
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Hardly ever! Didn't know that! I'm sure that my Edge with Juice isn't helping either with soot buildup. I don't have any deletes on the truck either.


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Keep doing what you're doing and wait for the new turbo to get put on (should speed up the process). Use the EB full time when you get a new turbo.
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Ok guys, so P2262 came back after getting the turbo cleaned out at the dealer. I understand that they possibly may change the turbo out the second time it's brought in, but my problem now is I got 3 new codes!! P0204, P0205, and P0206!! I looked them up and correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks to be "Injector circuit open" on all codes. What exactly does this mean? What repair am I looking at? This is aggravating cause it seems I've had nothing but problems after installing my Edge Juice with Attitude unit. Is it because everything else is stock on my truck? No deletes? Frustrated now lol.


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sounds like they either forgot to connect something under the hood, or a connector has a bad connection

Did they also clean the T-map sensor (on the airhorn, 2 torx bolts)
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sounds like they either forgot to connect something under the hood, or a connector has a bad connection

Did they also clean the T-map sensor (on the airhorn, 2 torx bolts)
I'm not sure on cleaning the T-map sensor. Is it something I can clean myself? If so, what solvent is safe for cleaning it? I'm going to check the connections on the fuel injectors to make sure there is a good connection. Hopefully that is all it is. Skeptical though since I've had the Edge unit has been in for almost a year now. But who knows.


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