C4 (84-96)

C4 Diagnostic Trouble Codes

By Chris Petris

Codes, Codes, Codes…

Have you noticed “SYS” intermittently showing up in your 1990-1996 Corvette’s speedometer display?  This means there is a trouble code stored in one of the on-board control modules.  When the 1990 Corvette debuted, GM introduced ECM (Engine Control Module) and CCM (Central Control Module) trouble codes.   In addition, ABS/ASR (Anti-lock Brake System/Acceleration Slip Regulation) and EBTCM (Electronic Brake Traction Control Module) trouble codes and data were introduced on the 1992-1996 Corvettes.  Although limited ECM data is available, it can point you in the right direction.  For example, the CCM interaction is invaluable when diagnosing interior component or courtesy light problems and the VATS (Vehicle Anti-theft System).  The ALDL (Assembly Line Diagnostic Link) is used to access the codes with a jumper wire.  The jumper wire is placed in the proper connector slots and the interrogation begins.  Interrogation can be a daunting task.

This 1990-1993 ALDL has the jumper in place. Watch that the twisted wires stay inside the terminal during installation. Any loose strands could short another terminal.

1990-1993 Corvettes use the first generation ALDL connector.  It houses a fuel pump override lead that has battery voltage.  This connector position can harm other ALDL circuits if battery voltage is inadvertently jumped to a control circuit.

Our 1994-1996 ALDL has the jumper wire in place ready for CCM interrogation.

1994-1996 Corvettes with the later designated OBDII (On-board Diagnostics) connector use battery voltage for scanner power, so it also has the potential for possible circuit damage. There is no real concern if you are careful during the installation of the jumper wire.  There is no way to damage any component during the interrogation procedures; just turn the ignition key off and start over.

CCM INTERROGATION PROCEDURES

1990-1993 Corvette ECM and CCM codes can be accessed placing a jumper wire in ALDL positions A and G.  Position A is in the top right corner; position G is the first position at the lower left of the ALDL.

1994-1996 Corvette ECM, CCM and ASR/EBTCM codes are accessed placing the jumper wire in ALDL connector positions 4 and 12.  GM used numerals in place of alphas on all 1994 and up Corvettes at the ALDL.  The ALDL numerals start with 1 in the upper left hand position and 9 in the lower left position.  Install one end of the the jumper wire 4 positions from the upper right.  Place the other end of your jumper wire in the position directly below number 4.

The ALDL connector is located above your right knee when seated in the driver seat.

The CCM will display all module codes (sequentially) in the speedometer read-out area.   Module 1 CCM (central control module) is first, followed by module 4 ECM (engine control module) and finishing with module 9 ABS/ASR EBTCM (anti-lock brake system/acceleration slip regulation/electronic brake traction control module) codes. 1990-1991 Corvette CCMs will not display any ABS/ASR or EBTCM codes.

Module numbers 1, 4 or 9 will display directly below the speedo readout area.   The codes themselves will be displayed in place of the speedo readout with a prefix:  H for History or C for Current, followed by the code.  Once all module codes are displayed, “—” displays, ending the sequence.  If any codes are missed, turn the ignition off and then back to the on position to restart the code display.  There is no limit to this procedure.

With LT5 engines, the automatic or manual sequence will not display the ECM codes.  A scanner must be used.  All other codes will be displayed.

Example: H72 code.  This may have been caused from someone driving the car with the radio out for service.  The code set and was not cleared after repairs were done.  If the problem causing the code is fixed, the code must be cleared.  The CCM will not display “SYS” if the problem is repaired.   However, the code will remain in history until cleared.  It’s always best to record all the codes, clear them, and run the engine or operate the system causing the code to see if any codes reoccur.

Once the automatic code read-out sequence is complete, a manual mode is entered.  When a manual mode is entered, the speedometer read-out area will be blank.  The trip monitor area will display “1.0″, indicating module 1 is ready for manual control using the DIC (Driver Information Center) buttons.

Push the “TRIP/ODO” button a defined number of times to select the system you would like to interrogate:

Once and “1.1″ will be displayed.  Fault codes could then be displayed.

Twice 1.2 to display 1.2 (CCM data).

Three times to display 1.3 (CCM inputs/status).  This is an interactive display to verify that the CCM is receiving inputs from switches, etc.

Four times to display 1.4.  This is also interactive, as it allows you to actuate some of the CCM control circuits.

CCM data, inputs and status will be displayed in the odometer readout area.

Once you find the mode you want to display, press “ENG/MET” to advance to that particular function.  Press “FUEL INFO” to go backwards.

Example: to determine if the door pin switches are working properly, start by pushing the “TRIP/ODO” button until reaching mode 1.3.  Then, push the “ENG/MET” button until reaching 04 in the 1.3 mode list.  If the door is open, “1″ should display in the odometer readout area.  When the door is closed, “0″ should then be displayed next to the “1″.  Each time the door is opened and closed, the respective numeral will display.  “1 0 1″ will display if the door was closed, opened and closed again.

TIP: There is no danger of damaging any circuits during testing.  Turn the ignition off and restart the automatic sequence to enter manual mode.

Module 1 CCM

Code                  Definition

1.1                      DISPLAY CCM fault codes

12                       On-board diagnostics no codes (this is a good thing: no problem found)

13                       DIC switches open or shorted to battery

14                       DIC switches shorted to ground

16                        Ignition 3 fuse circuit open

21                        Horn relay coil shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

22                       Rear defogger relay coil shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

24                       Courtesy lamp relay coil shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

25                       Courtesy lamp relay coil circuit open or shorted to ground

26                       LCD blanking control circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open

27                      LCD blanking control circuit open or shorted to ground

31                       LCD data circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open

32                       LCD data circuit open or shorted to ground

33                      Data clock circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

34                      Data clock circuit open or shorted to ground

35                      Data strobe circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

36                      Data strobe circuit open or shorted to ground

37                      M clock circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

38                      M clock circuit open or shorted to ground

41                      Loss of ECM serial data communications

51                      Pass-key invalid key detection

52                      Pass-key key detection circuit shorted

53                      Pass-key – key detection circuit open or shorted to battery

54                      FEDS fuel enable failure

61                      Pass-key – key #1 programming resistance out of range

62                      Pass-key – key #2 programming resistance out of range

63                      Pass-key – key #2 programming resistance low

71                      LCD dimming output circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

72                      LCD dimming output circuit open or shorted to ground

73                      LED display dimming output circuit shorted to battery or CCM internal open circuit

74                      LED display dimming output circuit open or shorted to ground

1.2 DISPLAY CCM data

Code                   Definition

01                        Fuel level (gallons; tenths)

02                        Dimming potentiometer (A/D) counts (see note A)

03                        Ambient light sensor (A/D) counts

04                        Rear defogger timer (seconds)     (see note B)

05                        Vehicle speed (MPH)

06                        Pass-key (A/D) counts

07                        Ignition voltage

08                        Switched battery voltage

09                       Cluster incandescent lamp dimming PWM (0-100%)

10                       Cluster LCD back-light lamps dimming PWM (0-100%)

11                        Radio and climate control LCD back-light lamps dimming PWM (0-100%)

12                        LED dimming PWM (0-100%)

13                       Oil monitor effective revolution (100,000 revolutions per count) (see note C)

14 C                    CM software version (this display is available on 1992 and up Corvettes)

Note:

1: headlights or parking lights must be on

2: engine must be running

3: LT1 0/200 counts/LT5 0-250 counts

1.3 DISPLAY CCM inputs/status

Input ID Number    0=disabled, English, off, closed or no

01 Pass-Key fuel                          1=enabled

02 English/metric status                  1=Metric

03 Door key switch alarm info            1=enabled

04 Right door ajar                        1=open

05 Left door ajar                         1=open

06 Key in ignition                        1=yes

07 Hatch ajar                             1=open

08 Power door unlock                      1=yes

09 Power door lock                        1=yes

10 parking lights                         1=”on”

11 Rear defogger input                    1=”on”

12 Seat belt switch                       1=buckled

13 High beam switch input                 1=”on”

14 Low oil level switch                   1=low oil (this is used on 1992+ Corvettes)

1.4 CYCLE CCM outputs

01 Change oil indicator

02 Check gauges indicator   (see note 1)

03 Fasten seatbelt indicator

04 Security lamp indicator

05 High beam indicator

06 Chime 1   (indicated as chime 0 1990-1991 Corvette)

07 Chime 2   (indicated as chime 1 1990-1991 Corvette)

08 LCD blanking control

09 Horn Relay (1990-1991 Corvette) Rear defogger relay (1992-1996 Corvette)

10 Rear defogger relay (1990-1991 Corvette) Courtesy lamp relay (1992-1996 Corvette)

11 Courtesy lamp relay (1990-1991 Corvette) Low oil indicator (1992-1996 Corvette)

12 Not used (1990-1991 Corvette) Starter enable relay (1992-1996 Corvette) (see note 2)

13 Starter enable relay (1990-1991 Corvette) Delayed accessory bus relay (1992-1996 Corvette)

14 Not used (1990-1991 Corvette) Horn relay (1992-1996 Corvette)

Note A: engine must be running to see indicator cycle; it will be on without the engine running

B: the starter enable relay output will be cycled only when the proper Pass-key is in the ignition, or if Pass-key is not programmed.

Clearing the CCM codes can be done after the automatic sequence of codes has occurred with the following instructions:

Press the TRIP RESET button until “1.0″ is displayed in the module number area.  Then press the TRIP/ODO button until “1.7″ is displayed in the module number area.  Once there, press and hold the ENG/MET button until “—“is displayed.  This will clear any CCM codes.   After “—“ is displayed, turn the key off, wait ten seconds, turn the key back on and check for any CCM codes.

CCM Input and Output Testing

Courtesy light problems are a common issue.  The CCM manual control can be very helpful in diagnosing the problem.  When cycling the courtesy lamps in CCM manual control mode, we can prove that the courtesy lamp relay and all courtesy lamps are functioning properly.  When there is an intermittent courtesy lamp problem, try cycling the control relay repeatedly in an attempt to coerce it into acting up.  If you listen carefully, you can hear the relay click as you cycle the courtesy lamps.  If the relay clicks, the CCM and wiring to the relay are working.  There is a possibility that the relay is clicking and the lamps are not coming on.  Relays use a set of points to make the high amp power connection.  The set of points can become corroded and prevent relaying the power to the lamps.  If the relay does not click, check the relay itself.  In most cases, the relay or possibly wiring from the CCM is to blame.  Wiring issues usually come up replacing the heater core or sound system installation.

Door switch input is also helpful.  Go to CCM inputs 1.3 04 and 05.  Try moving the doors when they are closed to simulate bumps during travel.  If the switches show that the door is open, the courtesy lights will come on unexpectedly.

The DIC ambient light sensor is to the left of the trip monitor above the fuel info button.

TIP:  the CCM uses an ambient light sensor input for courtesy light control.  When the CCM is used to cycle the relay, the ambient light sensor input is not used.  Whether there is enough ambient light available or not, the courtesy lights should cycle on and off during testing.  If all else fails and the courtesy lights will not come on in full daylight, test the ambient light sensor operation.  Use a piece of electrical tape and a flashlight.  Place the tape over the light sensor in the DIC button panel’s upper left corner while monitoring CCM 1.2 data at 03.  You should see approximately 240 counts. Shine the flashlight on the sensor the counts should drop to 0.  We have never seen one of the ambient light sensors fail, but as time goes by, they will.

VATS or Pass-key problems occur in the 1990-1996 Corvettes from time to time.  The CCM has more tolerance for ignition key pellet resistance changes than the 1986-1989 Corvettes, making them more reliable.  The ability to access Pass-key trouble codes helps troubleshoot issues more quickly.  A good example would be CCM trouble code 52 (VATS key circuit is shorted).  The most logical explanation is that the wiring insulation has been damaged, allowing the wires to touch each other.  The steering column may be the culprit.  The wiring could be damaged from either tilting the column or rotating  the key cylinder.  CCM code 51 (invalid key detection) would point to an ignition key resistor pellet that is dirty or damaged.  CCM codes 61-65 indicate that the wrong resistance key was being used during programming.

We have found that when CCM codes 41 or 54 display, it has always been an ECM (Engine Control Module) failure.  The first thought is that the CCM would be the culprit, but to date, we have never seen this happen.  The law of averages shows that CCMs have an excellent track record.  We have only seen one failed CCM (in a 1995 Corvette) in all the years we have worked with them.

CCM (Central Control Module) Codes 72 and 74 usually occur after the radio control head was replaced.  The radio head LED and LCD open circuits are noticed by the CCM, setting the code.  There is a simple fix while the radio head is being replaced.  Resistors and one diode must be installed to alleviate the problem.  A 1K 1/2 watt resistor is installed in the following manner: one side of the resistor must be powered by the radio head C2 connector in position 8 (pink wire).  Connect one end of the resistor to this wire.  This will send the correct voltage signal to the CCM once the other side of the resistor is connected.  At radio head connector C1, locate the gray/black striped wire at position 3.  Connect the other end of the resistor here.  Be careful: the radio head has two gray/black striped wires in connector C1.  The gray/black striped wire at position 4 is the incandescent lamp control.  It will not set a code when left disconnected.  To recap: the resistor will be installed at connector C2 position 8 on one end and connector C1 at position 3 for the other end.

LED dimming circuit

The purple/white striped wire at the radio head connector (C1 position 2) requires a 10 Ohm resistor and diode in series with the pink wire.  The same pink wire from connector C2 position 8 is used for power.  Connect one side of the 10 Ohm resistor to the pink wire.  The diode should be installed in series with the resistor.  Diodes are an electrical check valve allowing current to flow in one direction only.  Diodes have an arrow on their barrel denoting direction of current flow.  The arrow should point away from the resistor towards the purple/white striped wire.  One side of the diode connects to the resistor.  The side with arrow pointing out goes to the purple/white striped wire. This will prevent “SYS” from flashing while you’re enjoying the new sound system.

Module 4 is ECM

4.0 ECM waiting for interrogation instructions

4.1 display ECM fault codes

ECM Fault Code List

1984-1991 (L98: VIN 8 )

Code              Definition

12                    No Distributor Reference Pulse (this code is displayed only when engine is not running)

13                    Oxygen Sensor Open

14                    Coolant Sensor High Temp

15                    Coolant sensor Low Temp

21                     TPS Voltage High

22                     TPS Voltage Low

23                    MAT Sensor Temp Low

24                    Vehicle Speed Sensor

25                    MAT Sensor Temp High

32                    EGR System Error

33                    MAP Sensor Voltage High

34                   MAP Sensor Voltage Low

41                   Cylinder Select Error

42                   EST System Error

43                   ESC System Error

44                   Oxygen Sensor (System Lean)

45                   Oxygen Sensor (System Rich)

46                   VATS Error

51                    Mem-Cal Error

52                   Engine Oil Temp Sensor Low

53                   System Voltage Error

54                   Fuel Pump Voltage Low

62                   Engine Oil Temp Sensor High

ECM Fault Code List

1990-1993(LT5/ZR-1; VIN J)

Code        Definition

13              Left Oxygen Sensor Open

14              Coolant sensor High Temp

15              Coolant Sensor Low Temp

16              DIS Fault Line Error

21              TPS Voltage High

22             TPS Voltage Low

23             MAT Sensor Temp Low

24             Vehicle Speed Sensor

25              MAT Sensor Temp High

31              Cam Sensor Missing or Too Many Pulses

33              MAP Sensor Voltage High

34              MAP Sensor Voltage Low

36              DIS Fault Line/Missing or Extra EST Signal

41              Cylinder Select Error

42              EST System Error

43              ESC System Error

44              Oxygen Sensor (Left Bank Lean)

45             Oxygen Sensor (Right Bank Rich)

46             VATS Error

51              Mem-Cal Error

52              Engine Oil Temp Sensor Low

53             System Voltage Error

54             Fuel Pump Voltage Low

55             Fuel Monitor Lean

56             Port Throttle Vacuum Sensor Low or High

61              Secondary Port Throttle System Error

62             Engine Oil Temp Sensor High

63             Right Oxygen Sensor Circuit Open

64             Right Oxygen Sensor (Right Bank Lean)

65             Right Oxygen Sensor (Right Bank Rich)

1992-1996 (LT-1 VIN P)

DTC Codes 72-99 Pertain to 1994-1996 (LT-1 VIN P)

Code        Definition

DTC 11 -  Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Circuit

DTC 13 -  Bank 1Left Front) Heated Oxygen} Oxygen Sensor (H02S) #1 Circuit (Open Circuit)

DTC 14 -  Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage Low,

High Temperature Indicated)

DTC 15 -  Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High,

Low Temperature Indicated)

DTC 16 -  Distributor Ignition System (Low Resolution Pulse)

DTC 18 – Injector Circuit(s)

DTC 21 -  Throttle Position (TP) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High)

DTC 22 -  Throttle Position (TP) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage Low)

DTC 23 -  Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High,

Low Temperature Indicated)

DTC 24 -  Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Circuit

DTC 25 -  Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage Low,

High Temperature Indicated)

DTC 26 -  Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Solenoid Valve Circuit

DTC 27 -  Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Vacuum Control Signal Solenoid Valve Circuit

DTC 28 -  Transmission Range (TA) Pressure Switch Assembly Fault

DTC 29 -  Secondary Air Injection (AIR) Pump Circuit

DTC 32 -  Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)

DTC 33 -  Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High – Low Vacuum)

DTC 34 -  Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage Low – High Vacuum)

DTC 36 -  Distributor Ignition System (Faulty High Resolution Pulse or Extra Low Resolution Pulse Detected)

DTC 37 -  Brake Switch Stuck “ON

DTC 38 -  Brake Switch Stuck “OFF”

DTC 41 -  Ignition Control (IC) Circuit (Open Circuit)

DTC 42 -  Ignition Control (IC) Circuit (Shorted or Grounded Circuit)

DTC 43 -  Knock Sensor (KS) Circuit

DTC 44 -  Bank 1 (Left Front) Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) #1 Circuit (Lean Exhaust Indicated)

DTC 45 -  Bank 1 (Left Front) Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) #1 Circuit (Rich Exhaust Indicated)

DTC 47 -  Knock Sensor (KS) Circuit or Module Missing

DTC 48 -  Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Circuit

DTC 50 -  System Voltage Low

DTC 51 -  EEPROM Programming Error

DTC 52 -  Engine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High, Low Temperature Indicated)

DTC 53 -  System Voltage High

DTC 55 -  Fuel Lean Monitor

DTC 58 -  Transmission Fluid Temperature (TFT) Sensor Circuit Low (High Temperature Indicated)

DTC 59 -  Transmission Fluid Temperature (TFT) Sensor Circuit High (Low Temperature Indicated)

DTC 62 -  Engine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage Low, High Temperature Indicated)

DTC 63 -  Bank 2 (Right Front) Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) #1 Circuit (Open Circuit)

DTC 64 -  Bank 2 (Right Front) Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) #1 Circuit (Lean Exhaust Indicated)

DTC 65 -  Bank 2 (Right Front) Heated Oxygen Sensor (HO2S) #t Circuit (Rich Exhaust Indicated)

DTC 66 -  A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit (Open or Shorted)

DTC 67 -  A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit (Pressure Sensor or A/C Clutch Circuit Problem)

DTC 68 -  A/C Relay Circuit (Shorted Circuit)

DTC 69 -  A/C Clutch Circuit

DTC 70 -  A/C Clutch Relay Driver Circuit

DTC 72 -  Vehicle Speed Sensor Loss

DTC 73 -  Pressure Control Solenoid (PCS) Circuit (Current Error)

DTC 74 -  Traction Control System (TCS) Circuit Low

DTC 75 -  Transmission System Voltage Low

DTC 77 -  Fan Control PCM Terminal “All”

DTC 78 -  Fan Control PCM Terminal “Al0″

DTC 79 -  Transmission Fluid Over-temp

DTC 81 -  Transmission .2-3 Shift Solenoid Circuit

DTC 82 -  Transmission 1-2 Shift Solenoid Circuit

DTC 83 -  TCC PWM Solenoid Circuit Fault

DTC 84 -  3-2 Control Solenoid Circuit (Automatic Transmission)

DTC 84 -  2nd and 3rd Gear Block-out Relay Control Circuit (Manual Transmission)

DTC 85 -  Transmission TCC Stuck “ON”

DTC 90 -  Transmission TCC Solenoid Circuit

DTC 91 -  One to Four Upshift Lamp (Manual Transmission)

DTC 97 -  VSS Output Circuit

DTC 99 -  Tach Output Circuit

DTC P0116 – Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit Range/Performance Problem

DTC P0117 – Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit Low Input

DTC P0118 – Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit High Input

DTC P0131 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Circuit Low Voltage (Lean

DTC P0132 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Circuit High Voltage (Rich)

DTC P0133 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Circuit Slow Response

DTC P0134 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Circuit No Activity Detected

DTC P0135 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Heater Circuit

DTC P0151 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Circuit Low Voltage (Lean)

DTC P0152 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Circuit High Voltage (Rich)

DTC P0153 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Circuit Slow Response

DTC P0154 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Circuit No Activity Detected

DTC P0155 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Heater Circuit Malfunction

DTC P0158 – Bank 2 HO2S #2 Circuit High Voltage

DTC P0160 – Bank 2 HO2S #2 Circuit No Activity Detected

DTC P0161 – Bank 2 HO2S #2 Heater Circuit Malfunction

DTC P0171 – Bank 1 Fuel Trim System Too Lean

DTC P0172 – Bank 1 Fuel Trim System Too Rich (1 of 2)

DTC P0174 – Bank 2 Fuel Trim System Too Lean

DTC P0175 – Bank 2 Fuel Trim System Too Rich (1 of 2)

DTC PO420 – Bank 2 Catalyst System – Low Oxygen Storage Capacity Indicated

DTC P1114 – Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit (intermittent Low Input Voltage)

DTC P1115 – Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Circuit (Intermittent High Input Voltage)

DTC P1133 – Bank 1 HO2S #1 Circuit Not Enough Switches

DTC P1153 – Bank 2 HO2S #1 Circuit Not Enough Switches

DTC P1158 – Bank 2 HO2S #2 Shifted Rich

1994-1995 LT5/ZR-1 Trouble codes

Due to federal regulations implementing uniform trouble codes throughout the automotive industry LT5/ZR-1 Corvettes used many of the same 1994 and up codes with the exception of the codes listed below. (These trouble codes may be in addition to the possible codes above or different meaning)

DTC 31 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit

DTC 41 Cylinder Select Error (Faulty or Incorrect PROM)

DTC 54 Fuel Pump Circuit (Low Voltage)

DTC 56 Secondary Air Inlet Valve Actuator Vacuum Sensor Circuit (Signal Voltage High “High Vacuum or Signal Voltage Low” (Low Vacuum)

DTC 61 Secondary Air Inlet Valve System

DTC 66 Engine Power Mode Switch Circuit (Signal Voltage High or Signal Voltage Low)

4.7 clear ECM fault codes

Press the TRIP RESET button until 4.0 is displayed in the module number area. Then press the TRIP/ODO button until 4.7 is displayed in the module number area.   Press and hold the ENG/MET button until “—“ is displayed. This will clear any ECM codes.   After “—“ is displayed turn the key off, wait ten seconds turn the key back on and check for any ECM codes.

ABS/ASR EBTCM

Press the TRIP RESET button until 9.0 is displayed in the module number area.  Press the TRIP/ODO button until “9.7″ is displayed in the module number area.  Press and hold the ENG/MET button until “—“ is displayed.  This will clear any ABS/ASR codes. after “—“ is displayed, turn the key off, wait ten seconds, turn the key back on and check for any ABS/ASR codes.

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