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Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 28-08-2010
CAUTION: To prevent possible Electrostatic Discharge damage to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), Do Not touch the connector pins or soldered components on the circuit. Service of the PCM should normally consist of either replacement of the PCM or a Programmable Read Only Memory (PROM) change. If the diagnostic procedures call for the PCM to be replaced, the engine calibrator (PROM) and PCM should be checked first to see if they are the correct parts. If they are remove the PROM from the faulty PCM and install it in the new service PCM. THE SERVICE PCM WILL NOT CONTAIN A PROM. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) 51 indicates the PROM is installed improperly or has malfunctioned. When DTC 51 is obtained, check the PROM installation for bent pins or pins not fully seated in the socket. If the PROM is installed correctly and DTC 51 still shows, replace the PROM. Important: When replacing the production PCM with a service PCM (controller), it is important to transfer the Broadcast code and production PCM number to the service PCM label. Please do not record on PCM cover. This will allow positive identification of PCM parts throughout the service life of the vehicle. CAUTION: To prevent internal PCM damage, the ignition must be “OFF” when disconnecting or reconnecting power to PCM (for example, battery cable, PCM pigtail, PCM fuse, jumper cables, etc.). REMOVE OR DISCONNECT 1. Negative battery cable. 2. Right side sound insulator. 3. Vacuum center. 4. Connectors to PCM. 5. PCM. 6. PROM access cover. 7. PROM from PCM. INSTALL OR CONNECT 1. PROM to PCM. 2. PROM access cover. 3. PCM. 4. Connectors to PCM. 5. Vacuum center. 6. Right side sound insulator. 7. Negative battery cable.
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 24-12-2010
The camshaft position PCM input is produced by the ignition control module. The ICM produces the camshaft position PCM input by filtering the camshaft position (CMP) sensor pulses when the engine is running and CKP sync pulses are also being received. The PCM uses the camshaft position PCM input pulses to initiate sequential fuel injection and to determine crankshaft position for the misfire diagnostic. The PCM constantly monitors the number of pulses on the camshaft position PCM input circuit and compares the number of camshaft position PCM input pulses to the number of 18X reference pulses and the number of 3X reference pulses being received. If the PCM receives an incorrect number of pulses on the camshaft position PCM input circuit, DTC P0341 will set and the PCM will initiate injector sequence without the camshaft position PCM input with a one in six chance that injector sequence is correct. The engine will continue to start and run normally, although the misfire diagnostic will be disabled. Conditions for Setting the DTC • The engine is running (3X reference pulses are being received). • The ratio of 3X reference pulses to Cam pulses received by the PCM does not equal 6. • The ratio of 3X reference pulses to 18X reference pulses received by the PCM equals 6. • The above conditions are present for 600 engine revolutions. Action Taken When the DTC Sets • The PCM will illuminate the MIL during the second consecutive trip cycle in which the diagnostic test has been run and failed. • The PCM will initiate injector sequence without the camshaft position signal with a one in six chance that injector sequence is correct. • If equipped with traction control, the PCM will command the EBTCM via serial data (CKT 800) to set an ABS/TCS DTC, the EBTCM will turn OFF traction control, and the EBTCM will illuminate the TRACTION OFF lamp. • The PCM will store conditions which were present when the DTC set as Freeze Frame and Fail Records data.
Filed Under (KIA) by admin on 04-06-2010
Description This bulletin provides information related to the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) for Sorento & Sedona models. Some Sorento & Sedona vehicles may exhibit diagnostic trouble codes P0121 and/or P1121. This condition mainly occurs in high ambient or desert areas, and can be related to the occasional increase in contact resistance due to excessive wear of the inner elements of the TP sensor. This bulletin describes the proper service and adjustment procedure for replacing the TP Sensor. – Service Procedure Replacement Procedure: 1. Turn ignition OFF. Remove engine cover and disconnect electrical connector from TP Sensor. 2. Remove two (2) retaining screws from TP Sensor and remove from throttle body. 3. Install new TP Sensor to throttle body. Install retaining screws and hand tighten lightly. Adjustment will be required. Re-install electrical connector to TP Sensor.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 02-03-2011
Some 2006-2007 Freestar and Monterey vehicles may experience a melted or damaged spark plug electrode, malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTC’s) P030X, rough idle, engine knock/ping on acceleration. Pre-ignition (which yields these symptoms) may be caused by water entering the powertrain control module (PCM). ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Remove PCM from vehicle. Refer to Workshop Manual (WSM), Section 303-14. 2. Remove the PCM cover by carefully bending back the four (4) retaining clips holding the galvanized metal cover to the top plate. (Figure 1) Figure 1 – Article 07-14-1 3. Look for evidence of water within the PCM (liquid water, rust, water stains or deposits). (Figure 2) If found – obtain a replacement PCM before continuing on to Step 4. If no water is found, continue on to step 4 with the vehicle’s original PCM. Figure 2 – Article 07-14-1 4. Set the PCM top plate in a clean, dry location where the circuitry will be protected from damage. 5. With the PCM cover removed, drill a 1/4″ hole on each of the four (4) corners of the PCM cover. Get as close to the corner as possible. (Figure 3) Figure 3 – Article 07-14-1 6. De-burr the edges on both inside and outside surfaces. (Figure 3) Be sure to vacuum off all chips and wipe off all metal dust and any machining oil. 7. Clean the surfaces of the PCM cover with Motorcraft ZC-21 (Metal Surface Cleaner) or equivalent. Also clean the edges of the PCM top plate. The metal surfaces must be completely clean before proceeding to Step 8. 8. Apply Motorcraft TA-29 Ultra Silicone Sealant to all edges depicted. (Figure 4, 5, 6, 7) Proceed directly to Step 9 – do not let the sealant skin over. NOTE: Motorcraft TA-32 can NOT be used since its constituents may damage the PCM circuitry.
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 30-12-2010
Conditions for Running the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Disable Fault • The system voltage is 9-18 volts. • The engine speed is greater than 500 RPM for 5 seconds, and the engine is not in fuel shut-off. • The rear drive module must not be in an overtemperature condition. Conditions for Turning On the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Disable Lamp The AWD disable lamp illuminates when one of the following conditions exists for 5 seconds: • The PCM commands the solenoid ON and the voltage feedback remains high, B+. • The PCM commands the solenoid OFF and the voltage feedback remains low, 0 volts. This condition is present for 3 key cycles. Action Taken When the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Lamp Illuminates • The PCM does not illuminate the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL). • The PCM inhibits AWD. • The PCM records the operating conditions when the Conditions for Setting the DTC are met. The PCM stores this information as Failure Records. • The PCM stores the AWD disable fault in PCM history. Conditions for Clearing the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Disable Fault • A scan tool can clear the fault. • The PCM clears the fault from PCM history if the vehicle completes 40 warm-up cycles without a non-emission related diagnostic fault occurring. • The PCM cancels the fault default actions when the fault no longer exists.