P0401 P132b Ford 6.0

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P0401 P132b Ford 6.0

I recently started getting p0401 and p123b OBD code on my 03 F250 (6.0L) I. I believe that you might be correct on the P132b. “Improper boost pressure”
6.0 powerstroke p006a, p132b, p0272, p0401, p2290, starts hard and runs poor cold – Answered by a verified Ford Mechanic.
some Ford 6.0L 2003-2004 F-Super Duty and 6.0L Excursion vehicles built on or before 9/29/2003 may experience a P006A, P132B, P0401.
P132B is a fault code that is set if the required boost levels are not achieved during a learn. This code can also throw a P0401 EGR code.
Look at the history codes it has a p132b and a p006a p0401 p0272 only codes that I think would have anything to do with this after reading around. I didn’t hear.
Ford Powerstroke 03-07 6.0L – 6.0 dtc codes – need help with some dtc codes for a 6.0 P0046 P006A P0401 P0405 P132B.
With this video I show how I look for and find a noise that caused a P0401. (egr Flow) but mostly a hissing.
The 6.4 PowerStroke is designed to run on ultral low sulfur diesel (ULSD) fuel, which has no more than 15 PPM sulfur content. If the codes are P132B, P2262 or P2263, or there is evidence oil oil leaks or the oil. Trucks that have EGR valve codes P0401 or P0402, or DPF codes P2002 or P244A. 6.0/6.4 Fuel Economy:
I have a stock F350 6.0 with 85000 miles on it. We found a shop with a Snap-On code reader and it had the following codes: P0278, P0401, P132B. Most of the time if you get Ford to reflash your ECm with the latest it will..

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