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I am currently looking at a 24v 2002 2500 and i did the key trick to see if any codes would come up...the P1693 code came up and then said done....do you think it would be worth while taking it to autozone to have it expounded upon beings it seems like there is more behind that code?
also the E-brake light flashes even though the brake is definitely off....i knew a friend whose 98 24v did the same thing? any ideas?...
guess I should discuss my problem .
Got 2000 3500 dually 4x4 219000 miles bone stock ect. for tranny and, air dog.
Dang thing will go into random limp mode and stay there untill a compleat cool down ( the next day !! ) the only code It will give is a P1693 . I need help . No one can figure it out . Its been to dealer ship and several local shops . I am in deep on this thing $$ with no results . HELP !!
if your trans is "built" the line pressure may be on the boarder of being to high. mine did that when i did the first build on it. if you had it at the dealership or any good repair facility they should have scanned it.
Quick question , What would be avrage oil presure for a stock 24 valve w/219000 miles ?
I only ask because I noticed this morning that my oil preasure gadge is reading 60-80 psi or 3/4 guadge with just the key on, and it dont move after i start it, or rev it ??
Would a oil preasure gaudge or sending unit trigger limp mode ??
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