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Old 11-10-2005, 05:07 AM
 
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Fuel and Air Diagnostics
MAF System Performance (P0101)
MAF Sensor Circuit Low Freq (P0102)
MAF Sensor Circuit High Freq (P0103)
MAP Performance (P0106)
MAP Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (P0107)
MAP Sensor Circuit High Voltage (P0108)
IAT Sensor Performance (P0111)
IAT Sensor Circuit Low (P0112)
IAT Sensor Circuit High (P0113)
ECT Sensor low voltage (P0117)
ECT sensor high Voltage (P0118)
Throttle position sensor perform (P0121)
Throttle position sensor low (P0122)
Throttle position sensor high (P0123)
Excessive time to closed loop (P0125)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B1S1 (P0131)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B1S1 (P0132)
HO2S Slow Repsonse B1S1 (P0133)
HO2S Insufficient Activity B1S1 (P0134)
HO2S Heater Circuit B1S1 (P0135)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B1S2 (P0137)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B1S2 (P0138)
HO2S Circuit Slow Response B1S2 (P0139)
HO2S Insufficient act B1S2 (P0140)
HO2S Heater Circuit B1S2 (P0141)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B1S3 (P0143)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B1S3 (P0144)
HO2S Insufficient Activity B1S3 (P0146)
HO2SHeater Circuit B1S3 (P0147)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B2S1 (P0151)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B2S1 (P0152)
HO2S Slow Repsonse B2S1 (P0153)
HO2S Insufficient Activity B2S1 (P0154)
HO2S Heater Circuit B2S1 (P0155)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B2S2 (P0157)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B2S2 (P0158)
HO2S Circuit Slow Response B2S2 (P0159)
HO2S Insufficient Activity B2S2 (P0160)
HO2S Heater Circuit B2S2 (P0161)
HO2S Circuit Low Voltage B2S3 (P0163)
HO2S Circuit High Voltage B2S3 (P0164)
HO2S Insufficient Activity B2S3 (P0166)
Fuel Temp Sensor High (P0167)
Fuel Trim System Lean Bank 1 (P0171)
Fuel Trim System Rich Bank 1 (P0172)
Fuel Trim System Lean Bank 2 (P0174)
Fuel Trim System Rich Bank 2 (P0175)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 1 (P0201)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 2 (P0202)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 3 (P0203)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 4 (P0204)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 5 (P0205)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 6 (P0206)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 7 (P0207)
Inj. Circuit Error - Cylinder 8 (P0208)
MAP Intermitent High (P1106)
MAP intermitent Low (P1107)
IAT Sens Circ Interm High Voltage (P1111)
IAT Sens Circ Interm Low Voltage (P1112)
ECT Sens Circ Interm Low Voltage (P1114)
ECT Sens Circ Interm High Voltage (P1115)
TPS Voltage Intermitent High (P1121)
TPS Voltage Intermitent Low (P1122)
HO2S Insufficient Switching B1S1 (P1133)
HO2S Transition Time Ratio B1S1 (P1134)
Lean Mean B1S1 (P1135)
Rich Mean B1S1 (P1136)
HO2S Insufficient Switching B2S1 (P1153)
HO2S Transition Time Ratio B2S1 (P1154)
Lean Mean B2S1 (P1155)
Rich Mean B2S1 (P1156)

Ignition System Diagnostics
Engine Missfire Detected (P0300)
Knock Sensor System (P0325)
KS Signal Circuit Front (P0327)
CKP Sensor Circuit Performance (P0336)
CKP Sensor Circuit Low Input (P0337)
CKP Sensor Circuit High Input (P0338)
CKP Sensor Circuit Intermittent (P0339)
CKP Sensor Circuit Malfunction (P0340)
CMP Sensor Circuit Performance (P0341)
CKP Camshaft Position Correlation (P1345)
Ignition Coil Control Circuit High Volt (P1351)
Ignition Coil Control Circuit Low Volt (P1361)
EBTCM DTC Detected (P1380)
Missfire Detected No PCM/EBTC Data (P1381)

Emissions Control Diagnostics
EGR Performance (P0401)
EGR Excessive Flow Detected (P0402)
EGR Position Sensor Low Volt (P0405)
AIR System (P0410)
TWC System Low efficiency B1 (P0420)
TWC System Low Efficiency B2 (P0430)
Evap System (P0440)
Evap System Incorrect Purge Flow (P0441)
Evap Control System Small Leak (P0442)
Evap Canister Vent Blocked (P0446)
Fuel Level Sensor 1 Circuit Perf (P0461)
Fuel Level Sensor 1 Low Voltage (P0462)
Fuel Level Sensor 1 High Voltage (P0463)
EGR Printle Closed Position Perf (P1406)
AIR System Bank 1 (P1415)
AIR System Bank 2 (P1416)
Evap System Flow Non Purge (P1441)
Evap Vaccuum Switch Hi
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Old 11-10-2005, 05:50 AM
 
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Are those for people who are to lazy to click the link I posted?
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Old 11-10-2005, 11:16 AM
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LOL, yeah. I have my own source for codes, but it is nice to have a list here.

We should probably setup a separate section for information like this. I hate it when there are like 10 stickies up at the top of a forum section, and I think that we would have that much if we were to start to build up a good database of useful information in one area of the site.

We could have an info and How-To section kind of like what I have seen on DodgeIntrepid.net and BonnevilleClub.com. These 2 sections would greatly help out the members. Mods would have to manage them however in respect to user submissions and keeping the threads cleaned up (if posting was allowed in them even).
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yeah the only reason i really did it is bc there has been a lot of posts about codes.. i dont mind helping people out its just that you can pretty much find anything on the web these days. you just have to look... so thats why i did it it was like 2am lol
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LOL, yeah. I have my own source for codes, but it is nice to have a list here.

We should probably setup a separate section for information like this. I hate it when there are like 10 stickies up at the top of a forum section, and I think that we would have that much if we were to start to build up a good database of useful information in one area of the site.

We could have an info and How-To section kind of like what I have seen on DodgeIntrepid.net and BonnevilleClub.com. These 2 sections would greatly help out the members. Mods would have to manage them however in respect to user submissions and keeping the threads cleaned up (if posting was allowed in them even).
I also think that's a good idea. I wanted to ask you about doing some submissions about a month ago, but for SOME reason, my emails don't go through to you
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what year do these codes cover
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Old 03-03-2007, 01:24 PM
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also have to watch the format they are posted in. If there are things like ( , #, @, &, and such posted too close to them then they will not show up under a search.

Like if you posted (P0103) as to ( P0103 ) or even (0103) as to ( 0103 )
The ones without the space wont show in a search, the ones with will.
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Mine doesn't show those codes, I don't even need a reader, just a paper clip bent into a U shape, place it in the code port and turn the ing on the check engine light will flash simply wright the number of flashes down ona piece or paper, and cross reference them in the Haynes manual. Mine crosses into numbers like 14, 12, 88, 53 like than, theres no P in front of anything, so I'm asking if that is for a different code system than I have in my blazer. Cause I've always heard that theres two kinds, one that requires a paper clip and one that requires a code reader.
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