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Ok guys got a 14 E350 6.8 , P0219= Engine overspeed condition Vehicle has intermotive module for wheelchair lift , I have unplugged it and eliminated it. Driving 40 MPH test drive , throttle released or slowing down engine revs goes into limp . as long as you are moving it is fine I can clear code with verus and off it goes. Mitchell mentions that data stored must need reflash. I called ford they are lost. I just keep going back to this Intermotive module . Anyone ever seen this code. P0219. Thanks David

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I've been reading up on the P0219 code. One of the factors that seems to pop up is wheel slip. In other words... are all the wheel speed sensors working properly? Maybe, that could do it... or it could be a fault in the PCM. Hard to say... basically...I ain't got a clue. LOL

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Thanks Gonzo, FYI / After 6 hours diag time, We have narrowed it down to transmission, off to the stealership it goes . I am sure they are gonna buck the warranty because of the wheelchair lift. I will keep you informed.

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