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Old 07-17-2006, 07:40 PM   #1
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OBD II Trouble codes?

Ok so heres the story, I was cleaning my K&N filter today when i think i triped all of these codes!! I had the key on listening to the radio, but the engine was not running and i disconnected all of the wires from around the trottle body to get the Idle Air controler off to clean it since the oil from the filter tends to gunk up on it. Well anyways here is a list of all the codes, i know the meaning of one of them, P0122 which is Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch A Circut Low Input. Heres the rest of them:

P1BFB
P0D00
P007F
P1B29
P3CFF
P1B6D
P1B0C
U1E00
U1E0D
U1E18
U19FF
U17FF
U1E75
B22FF
B1700
B3200
B19FF
C1F00
C2700

I HAVE NO IDEA EVEN HOW TO READ THESE CODES. I HAVE NEVER SEEN CODES WITH LETTERS IN THEM (EXCEPT THE P,C,B, OR U AT THE FRONT) I AM KIND OF WORRIED THAT SOME OF THESE MIGHT HAVE BEEN IN THE BEFORE TODAY, SO IF ANYONE KONWS A WHY TO LOOK THESE UP THAT WOULD BE GREAT! THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP!!

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Old 07-18-2006, 03:09 PM   #2
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Old 07-18-2006, 03:17 PM   #3
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B are body codes, U IIRc are for data bus codes... been a while.

anyways, horrible idea to even have the key in acc when disconnecting things, possible fluids near harnesses, etc.. disconnect the battery, reconnect everything, pray, see what happens.
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Old 07-18-2006, 03:43 PM   #4
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just punch in the number

The only problem is that no one i have talked to can tell me why these have letters in them after the P, B, U, or C code. I have come the realization that if these are not setting off any major codes i am not going to worry about them. Oh well, i think it is just time for a new car, i bought the GA in Jan of 02 with 5 miles on it and now 4 1/2 years later it has 120,000. Time for something new!
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I told you above what they are... P is from PCM, B from BCM, U serial data, C ABS module
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I know what the the P, C, B, and U stand for, it is the letters in the middle that no one knows what they are. A typical code consits of one of those for letters and then four number to follow.
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ahhh, my bad. those codes look like BS, what code scanner you use?
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