2001 chrysler 300m diagnostic layout
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Filed Under (Chrysler, Dodge) by admin on 28-09-2009
repair and service manual covers all Chrysler LHS, Concorde, 300M and Dodge Intrepid models, from 1998 through 2003.
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About this manual | Introduction to the Chrysler LHS, Concorde, 300M, and Dodge Intrepid | Vehicle identification numbers | Buying parts | Maintenance techniques, tools and working facilities | Jacking and towing | Booster battery (jump) starting | Automotive chemicals and lubricants | Conversion factors | Fraction/decimal/millimeter equivalents | Safety first! | Troubleshooting
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-04-2010
ISSUE Some 2001-2005 Taurus/Sable, 2001-2006 Escape and 2005-2006 Mariner vehicles built prior to
1-17-2006 equipped with the 3.0L 4V Duratec engine may exhibit a ticking noise from the left bank cylinder head, with the engine at normal operating temperature only.
ACTION To diagnose, with the engine running and warm (normal operation temperature), using a mechanic’s stethoscope determine if the ticking noise is coming from the left hand intake camshaft at cylinder number 6, (Figure 1). If the ticking noise can be verified, refer to the following Service Procedure.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 30-05-2010
Battery Voltage High Battery Voltage Low ECU Is Defective Module Configuration Failure Hydraulic Pump Motor Circuit Failure Hydraulic Pump Motor Circuit Open Hydraulic Brake Pressure Switch Circuit Failure (2000) Hydraulic Brake Pressure Switch Circuit Failure (2001) Power Relay Output Short To Power RF ABS Sensor Input Circuit Failure LF ABS Sensor Input Circuit Failure RR ABS Sensor Input Circuit Failure Excess Dump Time LR ABS Sensor Input Circuit Failure ABS System Timeout (2000) ABS System Timeout (2001) Power Relay Output Circuit Failure LF Dump Valve Circuit Failure LF ISO Valve Circuit Failure RF Dump Valve Circuit Failure RF ISO Valve Circuit Failure Wheel Speed Error (Mismatch)
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 10-04-2011
Power Door Locks Inoperative Diagnostic Instructions • Perform the Diagnostic System Check – Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure. • Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach. • Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category. Diagnostic Fault Information Circuit Switch Side Supply Voltage Relay Door Lock/Unlock Signal Door Latch Control Driver Door Lock Switch Ground Passenger Front Door Lock Switch Ground BCM Ground 1. Door Lock Malfunction 2. Door Lock Switch Malfunction Circuit/System Description The DR LCK fuse supplies battery positive voltage to the body control module BCM for the door lock system. The BCM supplies and monitors a reference voltage to the door lock switch through the door lock switch lock/unlock signal circuit. The door lock switch also receives a constant ground source. If a door lock switch is placed in the lock position, the reference voltage is taken directly to ground and the BCM senses 0.0 volts on the signal circuit. If a door lock switch is placed in the unlock position, the reference voltage is taken to ground through a 1.5k ohm resistor that is internal to the door lock switches and senses approximately 2.9 volts on the signal circuit. This is how the BCM determines what portion of the door lock switch was activated. The BCM, upon receipt of a door lock switch lock or unlock signal, will switch the appropriate door lock actuator control circuits to battery positive voltage. The opposing side of the door lock actuators are connected to ground internally within the BCM through the other door lock actuator control circuit and the doors will lock or unlock appropriately. Vehicles without keyless entry have two internal drivers in the BCM to control the door lock actuators. All door lock and all door unlock. Vehicles equipped with keyless entry have three internal drivers in the BCM. Driver door unlock, passenger door unlock and all door lock. This is done to isolate the driver door lock actuator so it can be unlocked by itself using the keyless entry transmitter.
Filed Under (Jaguar) by admin on 28-11-2010
Powertrain DTC Summaries – OBD II FAULT DESCRIPTION MONITORING CONDITIONS CHECK ENGINE MIL (CK ENG) DEFAULT ACTION POSSIBLE CAUSES DTC Diagnostic Trouble Code. SYS The powertrain system with which the DTC is associated – EMS, TRANS, ABS/TC (DSC). DTC retrieval tools: OBD II – indicates that the DTC is an OBD II code and can be accessed via a generic scan tool or WDS. JAG – indicates that the DTC is not an OBD II code and is accessed only via WDS. Fault description. “DIAGNOSTIC MONITOR DRIVE CYCLE” for the particular DTC. Operate the vehicle as described to check for a reoccurrence of the DTC. Refer to pages 4 – 7. Use WDS Datalogger or Scan Tool to monitor specified engine parameter(s). 1 2 N OTHER Driver Warnings: N None R RED MIL / Message or Powertrain Warning Indicator A AMBER MIL / Message or Powertrain Warning Indicator C Charge indicator Control Module default action: Logged – DTC stored in ECM memory buffer; Flagged – DTC stored in ECM memory / CHECK ENGINE MIL activated. CM PIN ECM (SYS – EMS) / TCM (SYS – TRANS) Connector pin number(s) Possible causes are listed in the order of diagnostic checking. HIGH VOLTAGE – High voltage can be either sensor supply voltage (5 volts) or B+ voltage. 1 TRIP – indicates that the CHECK ENGINE MIL is activated by a fault occurring during ONE “TRIP”. 2 TRIPS – indicates that the CHECK ENGINE MIL is activated by a fault occurring during TWO CONSECUTIVE “TRIPS”. NO – indicates that the CHECK ENGINE MIL is not activated. OBD SYSTEM READINESS – ENGINE MANAGEMENT If DTC P1000 is flagged after DTCs have been cleared, all engine management OBD diagnostic monitor drive cycles HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLETED. If DTC P1111 is flagged after DTCs have been cleared, all engine management OBD diagnostic monitor drive cycles HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. OBD SYSTEM READINESS – TRANSMISSION Use WDS Datalogger “TOTAL NUMBER OF DTC SET” to determine if transmission OBD monitoring has been completed. Refer to page 7. OBD DIAGNOSTIC MONITORS The Engine Management and Transmission Control systems are continuously checked during vehicle operation by the Engine Control Module (ECM) and Transmission Control Module (TCM) on-board diagnostic (OBD) facilities. Powertrain OBD incorporates six diagnostic monitors. Each monitor has an associated group of DTCs. The diagnostic monitors will complete the diagnostic test(s) if a specified service “drive cycle” is carried out. The six diagnostic monitors are as follows: – – – – – – Heated Oxygen Sensors Monitor Adaptive Fuel Monitor Misfire Monitor Catalyst Efficiency Monitor Evaporative System Monitor Comprehensive Component Monitor (Engine Management / Transmission)