If the Encoder Signal Voltage is going high, check the Encoder Low Reference circuit for an open or high resistance. Thanks, Wayne It is the pump motor related fault. Posted on Dec 28, 2009 P0300 is a random engine misfire code. If the condition exhibited is resolved without completing every step, the remaining steps do not need to be performed. So I disconnected the ground connection, cleaned the metal chassis connection point, cleaned and scrubbed the ground lug, and then re-screwed back, but this time, I secured it with a lockwasher and a nut for good measure.
There is a bullitan on co237 and bad harness being the fault. Others, comes on and stays for longer. Or one really low tire. Bumps seem to trigger as well as hitting brakes. If you need to dig into your doors, dash or console, Alldatadiy.
Which sensor may be doing this?. Remove and clean any material that may cause high resistance in the circuit i. If fluid is contaminated remove the Transfer Case and inspect for mechanical concerns. I'm by no means stupid. Please follow this diagnostic or repair process thoroughly and complete each step. Unlike the cheaper Haynes and Chilton manuals that cover multiple year models, leaving the exact information you need to fix your car, these professional manuals cover your exact year, make, model.
Truck was recently repainted and the bed was removed, maybe some wire is loose or damaged. The first time this happened, I merely shut the engine off and then after a minute or so, I re-started again and the fault lights were gone. Anyway, I will try to see if I can find a way to remove the torx screws and hopefully get them out. Make sure that the brake pedal is firm and not spongy. The scanner says it is low brake fluid, which it isn't.
During this test, the controller runs the pump motor and briefly operates all of the valves. They are easy to strip, so take your time and get a good solid contact between the head and the torx bit. I believe it is the sensor going bad, but I might as well knock them both our and be certain I fix the problem. If no concerns have been found with the above checks, replace the encoder sensor. Mechanic and not totally lost on automotive problems, but this abs thing has got me. However, also includes disassembly instructions for interior trim panels and exterior items like headlights and tail lights.
But the fact that lights come on intermittently, what do you think is wrong? If the encoder Signal Voltage is going low, check the 5 Volt Reference and Encoder Signal circuits for an open or high resistance. ~Danny Edited December 1, 2007 by Riddler well, hmmm. . My wife took it back and they lifted up the truck and pointed to something on the rear end and said this is the problem. There are many places on Ebay that will do this for you for less that 100 dollars. I cannot see or find any sensors on the brakes or rear end of this truck anywhere.
I am a recently retired heavy equip. Plus, they contain full trouble code descriptions and troubleshooting instructions. Mine are stripped and I will have to drop the unit as a whole. I fix huge ass injection and blow mold machines. Should be 2 in the front. It doesn't specify which do and which do not. Inspect all brakes and sensors.
I can help walk you through troubleshooting the problem. I see what you mean. I dont think that is your problem due to the c0238 code you have as well. I changed my thermostat about 20k ago and didn't know about the temp sensor until after I changed it out. If all is good, take the vehicle for a low speed test drive.
When you are confident all the air is out of the lines, connect the vehicle's battery and start the engine, keeping the vehicle stationary. I did the prescribed repair and it only lasted a short time before the lights come back on. So, I just jacked it up and looked for the sensor in question. While there I had them look up this rear wheel speed sensor. I'm taking the truck back to them now. Also I would check the wheel speed sensor on the right front to make sure non of the wiring got damaged in the blow out.
The next few days were okay but on the fourth day, the same lights lit up again. I need some ground to walk on so I can have the upper hand. There is a bulletin for this. I have been living with this for 6 years with my Sierra. This C code is what is designated as a Chassis code. Any help would be appreciated.