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Old 08-24-2012, 09:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2012 6.7L P228F Code, Truck Dies

I have a 2012 F350 6.7L and it is throwing a "P228F Fuel Pressure Regulator 1 Exceeded Learning Limits - Too High" code. First the dealer blamed the AFE intake, then they backtracked and blamed the DiabloSport Power Puck and now they are saying I have water in the fuel system and the whole fuel system needs to be replaced to the tune of $10,500.

I know it wasn't the intake. The "learning limits too high" part sounds liemk the programmer but DiabloSport says they do not have a single complaint in their tracking system for this code being set. I am fairly certain it wasn't the programmer (it's a stack module and doesn't alter the computer and it was disconnected and the codes cleared and the code returned). I never got a water in fuel light or code. Only code in the system was the P228F.

I have a specific question: what causes this code?

I am having the fuel and fuel filter analyzed but need better info about this code and what would have caused it. If there was water in the fuel when the truck was running, would there be (trace amounts) water in the oil?
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This is why I leave everything stock and add PM22 at every fill up. I know PM22 won't keep water out of the system, but I have read too many warranty denials on the fuel system in these trucks.
Good luck on getting this covered under warranty.
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Is the truck together? Do you have possession? I seriously doubt you are in need of a new fuel system at this point.
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This is why I leave everything stock and add PM22 at every fill up. I know PM22 won't keep water out of the system, but I have read too many warranty denials on the fuel system in these trucks.
Good luck on getting this covered under warranty.
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Hey for giggles I googled P228F obd2 code and there were a couple of comments about H&S owners having this issue with the shutdown. Also some talk of CAI owners seeing it as well.
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Any luck getting this tracked down? Yes, I know it's an old post.
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