My truck has a P24d1 code Onstar said thur email that it was emission related 36,400 miles anyone have any suggestions before I take it to dealer. I have reset it twice comes back within 100 miles.
You can still get a tune but not a delete in the USAThanks for the reponses do you think cleaning the contacts would do any good truck still runs good. Had figured I would tune and delete one day after warranty was up but looks like EPA put a damper on that.
Sorry, mine's not a diesel, but my guess would be these sensors are enclosed parts so replacement's possibly the only option. Hoping other diesel owners chime in to confirm/deny. My response originated fm quick check w/ older bro who's a Diesel Shop Service Mgr, but his specialty is big rigs.Where in the exhaust stream is this sensor located. Do you think it would do any good to clean contacts.
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I've used them in the past, and they were useful. I hadn't thought about them for the Duramax. I think they are cheaper now than back when I used them. But the latest year is currently 2018, so I'll have to wait a while.
I wish they did travel trailers too!
Turns out it was P118B when I dropped it off at dealer. They reprogramed it to the tune of $120.95 plus taxes and eviromental fees and said if that did not fix it they would have to change sensor. Check engine light back on with less than 50 miles on truck since reprogram pulled code its P118B again. Trying to get a quote from dealer on sensor.Just dropped it off at dealer. Don't sound like they plan to help with warranty w I will let y'all know how it goes.