From what I see it has to do with turbo. . Guess it doesn't matter anymore as now that it's tuned and deleted it runs better than it ever did from the factory. In the market for a diesel vehicle? Truck has been working good ever since. Ok ya im sure we will get it fixed. I seen just replace turbo.
That sensor has a solid state computer at the end of it, and computers are far from perfect. Certainly don't want to have the turbo pulled if I don't have to. There has to be a better way. Anyone know other things to do before that. Watching my buddy work on his from time to time has told me everything I ever needed to know. Do you have a turbo code? Searches related to P003A p003a cummins p003a isuzu p003a vauxhall insignia p003a dodge gmc code p003a p003a ford galaxy p003a kuga p003a fault code.
Getting a P2563 and a P003A code on my 2006 with 290k miles on it. From what I have read,,,,,, on yours, id start at the wiring and plug for the turbo. Mark Customer Care Representative If we have misunderstood the information in your communication or you have additional questions please feel free to respond to our support staff by e-mailing Click to expand. Carbon buildup not allowing the variable vanes to move correctly. With all 3 codes related to boost control module A, I'd start there and check for anything obvious, like a loose or corroded connector. Thank you for contacting Cummins.
Or is there more to this problem? When it first happened I quickly looked over the wiring harness wiggled connectors to make sure everything was tight and checked for any blown fuses. Replacing the vane position sensor is the easiest and the most likely cause. All they did was a software download to update the control module. I hadn't intended for Cummins to do the work under warranty. Such a misalignment can cause the engine to rev up to such a degree that other components of the system may be affected or damaged, such as push rods or rockers, due to an improper range of motion.
I was so irate I didn't know what to do with the dealership anymore. Im not going to Ram to have the rack set, ill be going to cummins power if I don't do it myself I voided part of my warranty at 32k and haven't regretted it. It is therefore inadvisable to continue driving a vehicle that has triggered the P003A code, and you should seek professional assistance in diagnosing and repairing the issue before the potential costs of the fix increase exponentially due to spreading damage. After you verify that your circuits are good, there's either a problem with the sensor, or the turbo. Or is it an integral part of the turbo housing that would require a whole new turbo? Brian Have a buddy that just did this. Maybe I'll blow it up during the week so it's easy for them to figure it out lol.
Certainly don't want to have the turbo pulled if I don't have to. When Chrysler purchases the engine from Cummins, they do so without warranty and they apply their own. I don't know what it cost to go thru the turbo. Any help would be greatly appreciated! On a cummins, Cummins sells the engines to ram without a warenty , ram then installs the engine then warranties it. He was told to drive it harder. Edit your own flair above so we know what you drive! Watching my buddy work on his from time to time has told me everything I ever needed to know. Turbo might still be shot but but at least this part wouldn't cost you anything.
He says it runs fine with just a small hesitation when he tries stomping on it. Cummins power will work on it, but you need to pay them. Not only do you run the risk of damaging internal engine components but you will be getting terrible fuel mileage in the process, so it is in your best interest to repair any faults within the forced induction system. Thanks for all the help! I think I have what I was looking for and should be able to a more intelligent conversation with them. That was about 18 months ago, and haven't had a single trouble code come up since. Even with an appointment for the oil change last time I dropped it off at 8:30 and got a call at 4pm saying it was done. The converter is essentially an afterburner that cleans up the exhaust after it exits the engine.
Many folks like myself have had work done by someone other than Ram while the truck was still in the warranty period. Just remember, when you sell the truck at some point in the future, you'll either have to return it back to stock form, or sell it to a private individual. Skip the repair shop, our top-rated mechanics come to you. Want to know what your truck cost per mile, or planning a trip and want to know how much it will cost? It will set a code p003a. What repairs can fix the P003A code? And it wouldn't hurt to have the turbo rebuilt.
I don't know what it cost to go thru the turbo. You can try and contact the Chrysler customer support team and see if they advise something. Seems to me like with those codes they would just say oh ya bad module swap it out. They'd just clear the code and give it back to me. Which, could, in my opinion will, cause significant engine damage if ignored or left unattended. He informed me that he would have an actual diesel tech look at the truck and they would take care of me.