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Old 11-09-2017, 04:02 PM   #11
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OK, try these links for help on this forum for each individual problem.

Just read up and see which ones look like simple cleaning or tests you can do before you start buying a lot of new sensors.

P0505: Idle Air Control

P0110: Intake Air Temp Sensor

P0135: 02 Sensor Heater

P0141: 02 Sensor Heater (Sensor 2) - use link above.

P0446: EVAP Emission System Vent Ctrl

P1105: MAP/BARO Switch/Solenoid/V

P1130: Swirl Ctrl Valve

P1400: EGRC Solenoid

P1441: VC/V Bypass

P1445: Purge Volume Control
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Check to make sure they don't share a fusible link or fuse that could be causing all of them to fail.
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Alright gentlemen, start taking your bets. Troubleshooting starts tonight.
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Old 11-16-2017, 12:51 AM   #14
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https://youtu.be/NLv8Tvp4Ddk

This is a link to a video I recorded tonight. I fixed the battery light, found a blown EC fuse (#9) and it hasn't blown since replacement. I haven't been able to re-clear the codes to see what pops up next.

In the video the idle skips initially a little but is normal for the most part. When I apply 10-20% throttle you start to hear the truck almost want to bog down.

I give a full rev of the motor and then aftet it settles and I'm back around 10-20% throttle you hear the bogging get a little worse.

Fuel pump primes but i haven't checked the filter at the pump.

Vaccuum doesn't "SEEM" to be an issue, I sprayed brake cleaner everywhere i could think of with no significant change.

Anyone want to weigh in here?
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After hearing that idle and run above idle and seeing the code list (and learning what the swirl control valve is), I would want to start at that valve and its controlling components. That seems to be the one thing in those codes that could cause such a dramatic loss of no load power like that. Almost like having a choke on if it were to be closed and you increased the RPMs.

Can you manually operate the linkage controlling it? I found some pics here. Does it seem to run very rich when this happens? Black smoke perhaps?
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No black smoke, excessive fuel smell or anything like that. If anything the exhaust smells sweet-ish but no white or blue smoke.

Swirl control just seems like a by-symptom of another issue but I would be an idiot to rule it out. Thank you for taking a look. I'll post pictures of some other areas of question tomorrow or Friday.
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And yes, I can manually operate the throttle, there it's no unnecessary play
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The throttle valve is a separate component from the swirl control valve. It looks like it is in the intake manifold near the cylinder head. Can you operate that by hand or confirm its position?
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My V6 doesn't have any of those parts, so I really don't know how to help.
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The throttle valve is a separate component from the swirl control valve. It looks like it is in the intake manifold near the cylinder head. Can you operate that by hand or confirm its position?
I will have to find this today after work. I'll keep everyone posted.
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