Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

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steve44
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Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by steve44 » Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:04 pm

Hello, I have a fault with a fiesta 1.5 diesel 2013 which cut out while driving and won't restart

Fault stored is P244D catalyst temperature too high during regeneration

The dpf was clogged and has been replaced but I have read that the exhaust gas temperature sensor learn values need to be reset to be able to clear fault code and allow car to start

Have tried some aftermarket scan tools but non list the reset, can Forscan do the egt learn value reset?
Last edited by steve44 on Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.

promo7uk
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by promo7uk » Sat Apr 13, 2019 3:25 pm

you should have cleaned it, cheaper and believe or not really easy,

1.remove battery then ,remove DPF.
2.remove DPF oxegen sensors,
3.buy some top quality 30£ cleaner, pour in dpf. pluggin up all oxygen sensor holes with rubber gloves, giveing it a shake, can take upto 8 hrs to give a good clean but considering 600£+ cost, its well worth it..
4.WAIT 8 HRS, OR LONGER..
5.blow out with air line, or plug hair dryer on end, ive found works just as well.. for 20 mins,
6.put all sensors back in,
7.put back on car , connect all sensors back, put battery back on,,
8 start car , leave for 20 minutes to get red hot,!
9 rev up car blowing remaining foam cleaner out back should be alot of steam dont worry normal.
10 got for long drive , 20 miles or so,, all done,

ive found best stuff is,, WYNNS OFF CAR DPF CLEANER, READ FULL INSTRUCTIONS WORKS REALLY WELL MY FIESTA IS A 2013, USED IT ON MINE,
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promo7uk
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by promo7uk » Sat Apr 13, 2019 3:32 pm

also when you have cleaned dpf,, flush old oil by some decent stuff, i did the whole hog,
changed my turbo as seals were leaking oil into intercooler.

1.change oil (dont cut corners here use decent oil i use magnetec) 5w30 or 0w30 depending on time of year,, winter / summer
2.change oil filter , change fuel filter
3.change air filter , pollen filter you can buy a kit cheap enough,
4.put brand new oil pipe to turbo as these are renowned to get blocked causing turbo to get no oil. only 20£ new,
5.start and its all done, do all this after running car in for few miles after clean of the old DPF.

TechLuke84
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by TechLuke84 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 3:50 pm

I think the advice so far is a tad excessive to say the least! If the dpf has been changed why hasn't the repairer looked at why the vehicle does not start? I believe that resetting the egt learned value may solve the issue. I'm sure forscan is able to achieve this but how I am unsure at the moment. Do you have forscan downloaded?

steve44
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by steve44 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 7:45 pm

The car belongs to someone else, they replaced dpf but could not get it to start
I went to have a look and found injectors are not being fired and the only fault stored is P244D
The fault code will not clear
I believe the car will not start with this fault in memory as it's in a overheat safety mode
I have downloaded Forscan but won't get back to car till next week, I didn't want to travel over to car if it won't perform the egt reset, is there a way to check the service function coverage without being connected to car?

TechLuke84
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by TechLuke84 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:10 pm

I’m pretty sure it does, why don’t you PM forscan to ask them. There is a demo mode but I believe it shows what’s available for something like an 03 Focus. Sorry I can’t be of anymore help, I have only recently returned to the forum and I also have adapter issues. Get a good adapter and avoid cheep Chinese clones and most the crap on eBay and Amazon. I’m trying at the moment to supply fully supported recommend adapters but I can only make this happen if there is enough demand.

steve44
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by steve44 » Tue Apr 23, 2019 7:09 pm

Reset the egt values and the car started
Thanks for the replies

Kooly97one
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by Kooly97one » Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:31 pm

Hello, I have the same dtc P244d on my fiesta 1.6TDCI MY2013. I can not reset EGT values (The procedure was interrupted) and the car doesn't start. Please help ! Two months my car is immobilized :cry:

TechLuke84
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by TechLuke84 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 6:22 pm

Is your battery okay? I would charge it and then try again.

Kooly97one
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Re: Fiesta 1.5 diesel P244D

Post by Kooly97one » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:55 pm

I charge the batterie with another car (pliers) and it charge it well (starter engages well but engine doesn't want to start).
I will change temperature and oxygen sensors to try again reset exhaust gas temperature values. Maybe they are defective and that's why Forscan can not reset the values. I receive them normally tomorrow.

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