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2017 transit 2.0EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. DTC P20EE
03-01-2021, 01:09 PM
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Ford 2017 transit 2.0EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. DTC P20EE
Hi there, just got in the workshop a 2017 transit 2.0 EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. engine DTC P20EE not possible to delete. don't know if change NOx sensor.

any idea?

thanks

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03-01-2021, 06:07 PM
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RE: 2017 transit 2.0EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. DTC P20EE
(03-01-2021 01:09 PM)JJJDA Wrote:  Hi there, just got in the workshop a 2017 transit 2.0 EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. engine DTC P20EE not possible to delete. don't know if change NOx sensor.

any idea?

thanks
p20ee ia related to addblue fault anything from addblue pump injector injector pipes wiring nox sensor even turbo clean which you can find on Ford IDS. When you repair fault you will need to give it a long road test and light will go out by itself. Ecu has to see system works ok. Addbleu on ford kicks inn at 150 degrees so drive it once you repair fault. hope this helps.

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03-02-2021, 07:19 AM
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RE: 2017 transit 2.0EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. DTC P20EE
(03-01-2021 06:07 PM)arcadia2001 Wrote:  
(03-01-2021 01:09 PM)JJJDA Wrote:  Hi there, just got in the workshop a 2017 transit 2.0 EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. engine DTC P20EE not possible to delete. don't know if change NOx sensor.

any idea?

thanks
p20ee ia related to addblue fault anything from addblue pump injector injector pipes wiring nox sensor even turbo clean which you can find on Ford IDS. When you repair fault you will need to give it a long road test and light will go out by itself. Ecu has to see system works ok. Addbleu on ford kicks inn at 150 degrees so drive it once you repair fault. hope this helps.
thank you so much, what I didn't expect is that ECU can't differenciate sensors / actuators faults and gives that "generic" DTC that can't be deleted key on engine off.

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03-02-2021, 03:52 PM
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RE: 2017 transit 2.0EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. DTC P20EE
(03-02-2021 07:19 AM)JJJDA Wrote:  
(03-01-2021 06:07 PM)arcadia2001 Wrote:  P20ee is scr catalyst efficiency which basically means something is not working properly with addblue and the rear nox sensor is picking up wrong nox levels. Its not an easy one to repair. Make sureyour add blue injector is not blocked
(03-01-2021 01:09 PM)JJJDA Wrote:  Hi there, just got in the workshop a 2017 transit 2.0 EcoBlue B engine YMF6 96kw. engine DTC P20EE not possible to delete. don't know if change NOx sensor.

any idea?

thanks
p20ee ia related to addblue fault anything from addblue pump injector injector pipes wiring nox sensor even turbo clean which you can find on Ford IDS. When you repair fault you will need to give it a long road test and light will go out by itself. Ecu has to see system works ok. Addbleu on ford kicks inn at 150 degrees so drive it once you repair fault. hope this helps.
thank you so much, what I didn't expect is that ECU can't differenciate sensors / actuators faults and gives that "generic" DTC that can't be deleted key on engine off.

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