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Old 01-17-2011, 10:21 PM
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HELP! PO61B CODE! how to fix? 07 f150 4.6l

i have an 07 f150 4.6l with k&n intake and a flowmaster exhaust. when i set the evolution to trans mode it runs fine for a minute then engine looses all its power and check engine light comes on. code reads po61b internal control module torque calculation performance what do i need to do to fix this:>? chip worked fine for about a week
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Old 01-17-2011, 10:30 PM
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i have an 07 f150 4.6l with k&n intake and a flowmaster exhaust. when i set the evolution to trans mode it runs fine for a minute then engine looses all its power and check engine light comes on. code reads po61b internal control module torque calculation performance what do i need to do to fix this:>? chip worked fine for about a week
Hi &welcome.

If it's not a simple air/vacuum leak it may be ETC - tune related.

Contact Edge & log a trouble ticket ASAP if the latter.

Also be aware that EDGE does NOT support their devices' tuning with an aftermarket WAI/Washoobi installed, on slot-style MAFs like yours. They state this clearly. As such, you may be denied support.

Reinstall the stock intake and see if the problem returns.

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Old 01-17-2011, 10:37 PM
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ill give it a try what would i need to change in the settings to run the edge with the k&n intake?
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Old 01-17-2011, 10:40 PM
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odd thing is it worked fine for about a week with the intake in it
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ill give it a try what would i need to change in the settings to run the edge with the k&n intake?
That's just it - you can't. Aftermarket intakes are simply not supported, as per Edge.

You would need PHP to convert & supply yer programmer with custom tuning ( always a good move). www.gopowerhungry.com.

When you log that ticket, ask them about this .

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Old 01-17-2011, 10:52 PM
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alright ill give them a shot hear comes more money lol
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Nice Sig Pix MGDfan.......Click the image to open in full size.
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To the OP.....

Yer truck may also be lacking some routine maintenance.......

Like.....
Cleaning yer TB.
Cleaning yer MAF.
Changing yer trucks fuel filter.

Before you go about doing those items set yer truck back to stock then disconnect the battery......

Perform those three items and then reconnected the battery when done.....

Run her around town fer alittle bit then load a tune and if the code happens again Alls not lost you've just proven that the CAI is the culprit and not playing with the edge tunes nicely.......
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Get rid of the K&N - do a Gotts/DWV mod to the stock intake and put it back on. All a K&N does for you is look cool, make noise, and foul the MAF with filter oil - and it will cause you to run too lean without custom tunes unless you put the stock tune back in. It does not improve performance or fuel economy.
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Old 01-18-2011, 04:14 PM
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yall think it would be ok to run the k&n in the stock housing sucking tthrough the side wall?" i know it worked fine like that and then i bought the full k&n kit and all went wrong =) screw u k&n! lol
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Do the mod to the stock airbox and put a paper filter in it.
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after hunting through every junkyard intown i finnaly got a full stock airbox back in i am currently runing the k&n filter in it without the gotts/dwv mod and the chip and everything seem to be running fine now
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after hunting through every junkyard intown i finnaly got a full stock airbox back in i am currently runing the k&n filter in it without the gotts/dwv mod and the chip and everything seem to be running fine now
Good work, Chris! As I told you in your other thread (if you oil the filter properly), you'll probably have no further problems.

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I am using the big jlt air filter and I have oiled it twice now with no problems dirtying the the maf.
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I am using the big jlt air filter and I have oiled it twice now with no problems dirtying the the maf.
You'll probably need to clean your MAF and TB every 15k....you've probably been lucky so far....
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