TSB`s And DTC`s (Check Engine light Codes)

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    http://dodgeram.info/tsb/2004/23-008-04.htm

    http://dodgeram.info/tsb/2004-index.htm


    DTC codes:

    Engine codes

    P0031-O2 SENSOR 1/1 HEATER CIRCUIT LOW - SRT10
    P0032-O2 SENSOR 1/1 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH - SRT10
    P0051-O2 SENSOR 2/1 HEATER CIRCUIT LOW - SRT10
    P0052-O2 SENSOR 2/1 HEATER CIRCUIT HIGH - SRT10
    P0071-AMBIENT/BATTERY TEMP SENSOR PERFORMANCE - SRT10
    P0107-MAP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0108-MAP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0111-INTAKE AIR TEMP PERFORMANCE - SRT10
    P0112-INTAKE AIR TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0113-INTAKE AIR TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0117-ENGINE COOLANT TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0118-ENGINE COOLANT TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0121-TP SENSOR VOLTAGE DOES NOT AGREE WITH MAP - SRT10
    P0122-THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR #1 VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0123-THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR #1 VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0125-CLOSED LOOP TEMP NOT REACHED - SRT10
    P0131-O2 SENSOR 1/1 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0132-O2 SENSOR 1/1 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0133-O2 SENSOR 1/1 SLOW RESPONSE - SRT10
    P0135-O2 SENSOR 1/1 HEATER FAILURE - SRT10
    P0136-O2 SENSOR 1/2 HEATER CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION - SRT10
    P0137-O2 SENSOR 1/2 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0138-O2 SENSOR 1/2 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0139-O2 SENSOR 1/2 SLOW RESPONSE - SRT10
    P0141-O2 SENSOR 1/2 HEATER FAILURE - SRT10
    P0151-O2 SENSOR 2/1 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0152-O2 SENSOR 2/1 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0153-O2 SENSOR 2/1 SLOW RESPONSE - SRT10
    P0155-O2 SENSOR 2/1 HEATER FAILURE - SRT10
    P0157-O2 SENSOR 2/2 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0158-O2 SENSOR 2/2 CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0159-O2 SENSOR 2/2 SLOW RESPONSE - SRT10
    P0161-O2 SENSOR 2/2 HEATER FAILURE - SRT10
    P0171-1/1 FUEL SYSTEM LEAN - SRT10
    P0172-1/1 FUEL SYSTEM RICH - SRT10
    P0174-2/1 FUEL SYSTEM LEAN - SRT10
    P0175-2/1 FUEL SYSTEM RICH - SRT10
    P0197-ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0198-ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0201-INJECTOR #1 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0202-INJECTOR #2 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0203-INJECTOR #3 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0204-INJECTOR #4 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0205-INJECTOR #5 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0206-INJECTOR #6 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0207-INJECTOR #7 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0208-INJECTOR #8 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0209-INJECTOR #9 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0210-INJECTOR #10 CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0300-MULTIPLE CYLINDER MIS-FIRE - SRT10
    P0301-CYLINDER #1 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0302-CYLINDER #2 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0303-CYLINDER #3 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0304-CYLINDER #4 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0305-CYLINDER #5 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0306-CYLINDER #6 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0307-CYLINDER #7 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0308-CYLINDER #8 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0309-CYLINDER #9 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0310-CYLINDER #10 MISFIRE - SRT10
    P0320-NO CRANK REFERENCE SIGNAL AT PCM - SRT10
    P0325-KNOCK SENSOR 1 CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0330-KNOCK SENSOR 2 CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0340-NO CAM REFERENCE SIGNAL AT PCM - SRT10
    P0351-IGNITION COIL #1 PRIMARY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0352-IGNITION COIL #2 PRIMARY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0353-IGNITION COIL #3 PRIMARY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0354-IGNITION COIL #4 PRIMARY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0355-IGNITION COIL #5 PRIMARY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0420-1/1 CATALYTIC CONVERTER EFFICIENCY - SRT10
    P0432-2/1 CATALYTIC CONVERTER EFFICIENCY - SRT10
    P0441-EVAP PURGE FLOW MONITOR - SRT10
    P0442-EVAP LEAK MONITOR MEDIUM (0.040) LEAK DETECTED - SRT10
    P0443-EVAP PURGE SOLENOID CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0455-EVAP LEAK MONITOR LARGE LEAK DETECTED - SRT10
    P0460-FUEL LEVEL SENDING UNIT NO CHANGE OVER MILES - SRT10
    P0462-FUEL LEVEL SENDING UNIT VOLTS TOO LOW - SRT10
    P0463-FUEL LEVEL SENDING UNIT VOLTS TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P0500-NO VEHICLE SPEED SIGNAL - SRT10
    P0505-IDLE AIR CONTROL MOTOR CIRCUITS - SRT10
    P0522-OIL PRESSURE CIRCUIT LOW - SRT10
    P0523-OIL PRESSURE CIRCUIT HIGH - SRT10
    P0601-PCM INTERNAL CONTROLLER FAILURE - SRT10
    P0622-GENERATOR FIELD NOT SWITCHING PROPERLY - SRT10
    P0645-A/C CLUTCH RELAY CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P0801-REVERSE GEAR LOCKOUT CIRCUIT OPEN OR SHORTED - SRT10
    P1195-O2 SENSOR 1/1 SLOW DURING CATALYST MONITOR - SRT10
    P1196-O2 SENSOR 2/1 SLOW DURING CATALYST MONITOR - SRT10
    P1281-ENGINE IS COLD TOO LONG - SRT10
    P1282-FUEL PUMP/SYSTEM RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P1294-TARGET IDLE NOT REACHED - SRT10
    P1296-NO 5-VOLTS TO MAP SENSOR - SRT10
    P1297-NO CHANGE IN MAP FROM START TO RUN - SRT10
    P1388-AUTO SHUTDOWN RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P1389-NO ASD RELAY OUTPUT VOLTAGE AT PCM - SRT10
    P1391-INTERMITTENT LOSS OF CMP OR CKP - SRT10
    P1398-MIS-FIRE ADAPTIVE NUMERATOR AT LIMIT - SRT10
    P1486-EVAP LEAK MONITOR PINCHED HOSE FOUND - SRT10
    P1492-AMBIENT/BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P1493-AMBIENT/BATTERY TEMPERATURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P1494-LEAK DETECTION PUMP SWITCH OR MECHANICAL FAULT - SRT10
    P1495-LEAK DETECTION PUMP SOLENOID CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P1499-HYDRAULIC FAN SOLENOID CIRCUIT - SRT10
    P1594-CHARGING SYSTEM VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P1598-A/C PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
    P1599-A/C PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P1682-CHARGING SYSTEM VOLTAGE TOO LOW - SRT10
    P1687-NO CLUSTER BUS MESSAGE - SRT10
    P1695-BUS MESSAGE FROM BODY CONTROL MODULE - SRT10
    P1696-PCM FAILURE EEPROM WRITE DENIED - SRT10



    Trans codes

    P0711-TRANS TEMP SENSOR, NO TEMP RISE AFTER START (DIESEL)
    P0711-TRANS TEMP SENSOR, NO TEMP RISE AFTER START (GAS)
    P0712-TRANS TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW (DIESEL)
    P0712-TRANS TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO LOW (GAS)
    P0713-TRANS TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH (DIESEL)
    P0713-TRANS TEMP SENSOR VOLTAGE TOO HIGH (GAS)
    P0720-LOW OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR - RPM ABOVE 15 MPH (DIESEL)
    P0720-LOW OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR - RPM ABOVE 15 MPH (GAS)
    P0740-TORQ CON CLU, NO RPM DROP AT LOCKUP (GAS)
    P0743-TORQUE CONVERTER CLUTCH SOLENOID/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS
    P0748-PRESSURE SOL CONTROL/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS (DIESEL)
    P0748-PRESSURE SOL CONTROL/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS (GAS)
    P0751-O/D SWITCH PRESSED (LO) MORE THAN 5 MINUTES
    P0753-TRANS 3-4 SHIFT SOL/TRANS RELAY CIRCUITS (GAS)
    P0783-3-4 SHIFT SOL, NO RPM DROP AT LOCKUP (GAS)
    P0850-P/N SWITCH PERFORMANCE (DIESEL)
    P0868-GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTS TOO HI (DIESEL)
    P0869-GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTS TOO LOW (DIESEL)
    P0882-TRANS 12 VOLT SUPPLY RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW (DIESEL)
    P0883-TRANS 12 VOLT SUPPLY RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH (DIESEL)
    P0973-TRANSMISSION OVERDRIVE CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO LOW (DIESEL)
    P0974-TRANSMISSION OVERDRIVE CIRCUIT VOLTAGE TOO HIGH (DIESEL)
    P1740-TCC O/D SOL PERFORMANCE (DIESEL)
    P1740-TCC O/D SOL PERFORMANCE (GAS)
    P1749-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE POSITION SENSOR CIRCUIT LOW
    P1750-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE POSITION SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH
    P1751-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE POSITION MINIMUM RANGE PERFORMANCE
    P1752-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE SPAN PERFORMANCE
    P1753-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE
    P1754-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE ACTUATOR STUCK
    P1755-TRANSMISSION THROTTLE VALVE CONTROL CIRCUIT
    P1756-GOV PRESS NOT EQUAL TO TARGET @ 35 - 40 PSI (DIESEL)
    P1756-GOV PRESS NOT EQUAL TO TARGET @ 35 - 40 PSI (GAS)
    P1757-GOV PRESS ABOVE 3 PSI IN GEAR WITH 0 MPH (DIESEL)
    P1757-GOV PRESS ABOVE 3 PSI IN GEAR WITH 0 MPH (GAS)
    P1762-GOV PRESS SENSOR OFFSET VOLTS TOO LOW OR HIGH (DIESEL)
    P1762-GOV PRESS SENSOR OFFSET VOLTS TOO LOW OR HIGH (GAS)
    P1763-GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTS TOO HI (GAS)
    P1764-GOVERNOR PRESSURE SENSOR VOLTS TOO LOW (GAS)
    P1765-TRANS 12 VOLT SUPPLY RELAY CONTROL CIRCUIT (GAS)
    P1899-P/N SWITCH STUCK IN PARK OR IN GEAR (GAS)
    P2769-TRANSMISSION TCC CONTROL CIRCUIT LOW (DIESEL)
    P2770-TRANSMISSION TCC CONTROL CIRCUIT HIGH (DIESEL)



    ABS codes

    BODY STYLE MISMATCH - 85
    BRAKE SWITCH CIRCUIT - 81
    ECU INTERNAL FAILURE -75
    EXCESSIVE DUMP TIME - 69
    FOUNDATION BRAKE - 78
    INTERMITTENT SIGNAL FROM LEFT FRONT SENSOR - 27
    INTERMITTENT SIGNAL FROM REAR SENSOR - 37
    INTERMITTENT SIGNAL FROM RIGHT FRONT SENSOR - 23
    INTERNAL MAIN RELAY OPEN - 65
    INTERNAL MAIN RELAY SHORTED - 66
    LEFT FRONT ISOLATION SOLENOID SHORTED - 47
    LEFT FRONT DUMP SOLENOID OPEN - 46
    LEFT FRONT DUMP SOLENOID SHORTED - 48
    LEFT FRONT ISOLATION SOLENOID OPEN - 45
    LEFT FRONT SENSOR OPEN - 25
    LEFT FRONT SENSOR SHORTED - 90
    MISMATCHED VIN - 84
    NO SIGNAL FROM LEFT FRONT SENSOR - 26
    NO SIGNAL FROM REAR SENSOR - 36 NO SIGNAL FROM RIGHT FRONT SENSOR - 22
    NUMBER OF TINE RING TEETH OUT OF RANGE - 82
    PUMP MOTOR CIRCUIT OPEN - 67
    PUMP MOTOR STALLED - 68
    RAM READ/WRITE - 71
    REAR ISOLATION SOLENOID SHORTED - 53
    REAR DUMP SOLENOID OPEN - 54
    REAR DUMP SOLENOID SHORTED - 54
    REAR ISOLATION SOLENOID OPEN - 51
    REAR RESET SWITCH CLOSED - 63
    REAR SENSOR OPEN - 35
    REAR SENSOR SHORTED - 93
    RIGHT FRONT ISOLATION SOLENOID SHORTED - 43
    RIGHT FRONT DUMP SOLENOID OPEN - 42
    RIGHT FRONT DUMP SOLENOID SHORTED - 44
    RIGHT FRONT ISOLATION SOLENOID OPEN - 41
    RIGHT FRONT SENSOR OPEN - 21
    RIGHT FRONT SENSOR SHORTED - 91
    ROM CHECKSUM - 72
    SYSTEM CONTROL MODE TIMEOUT - 74
    SYSTEM OVER/UNDER VOLTAGE - 96
    TIRE REVS PER MILE OUT OF RANGE - 83
    WATCHDOG - 73
     
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    Thanks Roketman for all the info!

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    how do you check for the codes when your check engine light comes on?
     
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    YEAH THATS WHAT I WANT TO KNOW TO...
    But that must have took for ever to set and take time
    to put all that on here!!!
    so thinks for thinking of us!!!
     
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    Talk about bringing a thread back from the dead.
     
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    to check codes when check engine light comes on,turn your key off then on three times slowly,then the codes will come up,when done it will say "p-done".then to reset codes,take off your negative batt cable,turn your key on and hold your push start button for 30 seconds then,turn key off and put neg. cable back on.
     
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    Very good information. I knew there was a way but did not know how.
     
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    thanks yellow venom 366:congrats: :congrats:
     
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    great info
     
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    Great thread. Just printed them off and have stored them in my "case of goodies" in the Ram's 2nd console. One question, when a CEL comes on, and it has for me (twice) I pull over, did the 3 clicks of the key and saw what the number was. I was 4 hours from home and without these codes. Question, even if I do have these codes what can I do? Some of these aren't exactly in layman terms and even when I do understand them and I'm miles from home there isn't much one can do, correct? Do I simply just clear the code doing the neg. battery trick and never think of it again? Or? It has to be coming on for a reason so when we're away on trips or out driving, any advice on what someone should do? I have an SCT with me in my "bag of goodies" and installed Roes tune and it cleared for me. I'm guessing we see what the code equals, clear it then take it to a dealer/service shop at the next available opportunity if it's urgent? Just curious and at the same time wanting to know what to do when these times come about, it's better to be prepared. :)


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    WOW, one of Roktman's finest threads.. I had no clue of its existence..
     
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    OOOOR, if you have an SCT tuner.. You could reset the codes with that handy device..
     
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    Very nice.....Thank You!
     
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    Anyone ever come across code 455? thats what ive been getting and my truck has been idleing rough. if i reset the computer it idles fine until the check engine light comes back on about 70 miles after i reset it
     
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    I would think that if it had an evaporator leak that it would idle rough even after resetting the computer immediately
     
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    Im throwing a code of p0123 it showed up after i tuned my trk ive changed out the tps sensor twice nw both were checked out and were bad have a new one on nw and its still throwing the code is there anything else i might try to fix it thanx for any help trk is a 05 rc
     
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    From page 1 of this thread.
    P0123-THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR #1 VOLTAGE TOO HIGH - SRT10
     
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    I think the TPS isn't installed correctly. Re-Install it.
     
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    TSBs And DTCs Check Engine light Codes

    My CMax energi has also had the check engine light come on several times. The first and second time the dealer reset the computer saying it was a computer error. The third time they replaced the evap purge valve saying it was faulty. The light just came on for a fourth time. I am guessing that the evap purge valve may not have been the issue. Any thoughts?