TECHNICAL HELP ON BUICK La Crosse

 

Fault:

Loss of GPS signal.

Not able to install hands free calling Minutes.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

It includes GM passenger cars and Light Duty trucks- 2001-2008

Hummer H2-2003-2008

Hummer H3- 2006-2008

Saab 9-7X- 2005-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused in certain vehicles which have analogue- upgradeable hardware and in that case the customer will have to go for digital upgrade program with the latest version.

 

Remedy:

In order to recover the signal in certain vehicles, connect the Tech2(R) and with the help of GPS information data display option, check out for the GPS date and time. If the date and time stamps are equal to date approximately 19 years in future, then it indicated that the GPS clock has exceeded its capacity and the VIU/CIM has to be replaced. But if the date and time stamp is in the past then the clock is giving improper reading and can be recovered by performing the power up reset test in the following way:

Take off the battery voltage from the VIU/CIM
The fuse which supplies the battery positive voltage to the module has to be removed
Once the power up reset has been initialized, the GPS  date will be set to default date and time and will take control of the GPS signal in order to gain the proper date and time.

 

Fault:

Audio making an unpleasant high sound from radio speakers when using on star.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)-2007-2008

Hummer H2,H3- 2007-2008

Saab 9-7X- 2007-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused due to electrical noise on the on star vehicle communication interface module battery fed which is being passed to the microphone output pins at the radio.

 

Remedy:

It can be rectified by installing a noise suppression filter with part number 1224205 into the circuit 3240 the on star battery voltage circuit which is about few centimeters from the vehicle communication interface module. Now the three wires of the filter package i.e.; a single yellow wire at one end with a yellow wire and a black wire at the other end. Now install the single yellow wire side into the 3240 circuit towards the vehicle communication interface module and install the left over yellow wire into the 3240 circuit towards the INFO fuse and the black wire to the ground

 

Fault:

Improper functioning of the lid

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models:

Buick Armrest-2005-2008

La Crosse

 

Cause:

It is caused by the latch spring which is present inside the armrest lid assembly which is popping out of the mounting rings.

 

Remedy:

Perform trouble checking of the lid latch and the spring mounting pins and try reinstalling the latch spring.

Perform trouble checking of the console id latch

Now if the latch is defective then change the front console door assembly

Take off the floor console hinge screws from the console armrest lid.

Take off the TORX(R) screws

Perform trouble checking of the spring mounting pins for any damage.

For any of the pins are damaged then the front console lid assembly will have to be replaced and if the springs are drifted out of their normal position then reinstalling of the springs have to be done.

Now tighten the TORX(R) screws to 2.0 Nm.

 

Fault:

Bad smell coming out of the air conditioning system

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)-1993-2008

Prior Hummer H2, H3 and also 2008 models

 

Cause:

It is caused due to building up of condensation upon the evaporative core which does not evaporate all by itself in high humidity conditions. The bad smell is caused due to the growth of microbes on the evaporative core and when the blower motor is turned on, the microbial growth release bad smell.

 

It is also caused due to leaking of water into interior of the vehicle.

 

Remedy:

Now a days most of the vehicles are fitted with an after blow function within the HVAC control module software. This after blow feature when is turned on, makes the HVAC blower fan to dry the evaporator after the vehicle is shut down and this function prevents the growth of the bacteria.

 

Fault:

Problems in reading Driver information center, Radio and HVAC Control head.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

Buick Allure- 2008

La Crosse

 

Cause:

It is caused by the commanding action of the BCM on the automatic head lights on which in turn suppresses the DIC radio and the HVAC control head lighting.

Remedy:

New values for BCM are now released which turn the headlights off sooner during sunrise and will also will turn the headlights on later at sunset. Reprogramming the BCM with the latest calibration files using the TIS2WEB service programming system application.

 

Fault:

Condensation in the exterior lamp

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)-1993-2008

Hummer H2- 2003-2008

Hummer H3- 2006-2008

Saab 9-7X- 2005-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused when the air inside the lamp assembly reaches the dew point through some atmospheric changes and when it happens condensation of the moisture in the air within the lamp assembly takes place thereby giving rise to a thin mist of fog on the inside surface of the lamp lens

 

Remedy:

Most of the exterior lamps use a vented design to remove any pre formed moisture vapor by throwing it out through a vent system.

Complete sealing of the headlamp assemblies are also used in limited number of cars.

 

Fault:

Illumination of airbag indicator lamp with error codes DTC B0012, DTC B0013, and B0014

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

Buick Rainier-2005-2007

Buick Enclave-2008

Cadillac DTS-2006-2008

Chevrolet SSR-2005-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused by the loosening or broken Connector Position Assurance retainer at the airbag for the set DTC.

 

Remedy:

If the concerned parts are loose then the connector has to be detached and has to be reinstalled correctly by first pushing the connector body in completely and if the CPA is broken then the CPA retainer has to be changed with the correct part number 54590003                                 

 

Fault:

Low tire pressure due to leaking from the cast aluminum wheel

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

Prior GM Passenger cars and light duty Trucks-2008

Prior Hummer H2 and H3-2008

Prior Saab 9-7X-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused due to presence of small pores on the cast aluminum wheel.

 

Remedy:

First detach the wheel assembly and the tire from the vehicle.

Now in order to locate the leak, inflate the tire to 276 kPa and then dip the tire into water so that the leak can be recognized.

If the leak is located on the bead area of the aluminum rim, then the wheel has to be changed.

If more than one leak is present on one wheel then the wheel has to be replaced.               

 

Fault:

Leaking of left front axle seal

Slipping of transmission in gears

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models:

GM passenger cars-2001-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused by leaking of oil caused by bushing wear in the third clutch housing thereby causing too much fluid to get accumulated at the axle seal.

 

Remedy:

This fault can be rectified by changing the third clutch housing having the product number 8682114 which has all the best materials to extend the life and also reduces the chances of left front axel seal leaks.

 

Fault:

Bad radio reception.

Too much interference with the Rear window Defogger ON.

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models:

Buick Century, Park Avenue-1997-2005

Buick Allure, La Crosse-2005-2007

Cadillac Eldorado-1997-2002

Cadillac DeVille-1997-2005

Cadillac CTS-2003-2007

Cadillac SRX-2004-2007

Pontiac Grand Am-1997-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to presence of very small cracks in the electrically heated grids of the rear window defogger and these cracks in turn causes electrical interference when the rear defogger is on and this might affect the radio reception.

Remedy:
Perform trouble checking of the three distinct zones across the back window.
Now try detecting the broken grid line in any of the three zones and in order to find out the exact break location the following procedure has to be done:
1. First the rear shelf area has to be covered to prevent any damage to the interior trim material.
2. Now with the engine started, also start the back window defogger
3. First check the driver’s side segment 2to3 lines up from the bottom.
4. Now with the help of fine steel wool ball, move the line point slowly across each grid line. When bridging the grid line break with the steel wool, small spark is seen. Perform the same troubleshooting steps over the same area in order to make sure that the break has been located properly. Perform the same tests on the other layers in order to see if there are any more cracks.

 

Fault:

Appearance of colored spots in paint due to rail or iron dust

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)-1994-2007

Hummer H2- 2003-2007

Hummer H3- 2006-2007

Saab 9-7X- 2005-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused by the rail dusts which are small sized iron particles produced from the friction between the train wheels and the tracks and which gets deposited on the wheel surfaces.

Remedy:

First the car has to be cleaned properly and then the diagnosis should be performed on horizontal surfaces with the help of two different kinds of repairing materials such as;

1.Gel type oxalic acid,

2.Clay type non acid base.

Before performing the cleaning process make sure that the vehicle surfaces are cool and the cleaning process should never be performed under direct sunlight.

Wash the vehicle with soap water and dry it up.

Now clean the concerned area with wax and grease remover.

Now once the damage has been repaired, polishing is the next step to do and should be performed as directed by the chemical manufacturer’s instructions.

 

Fault:

Improper functioning of the Sunshade Vanity Mirror bulb.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Allure, La Crosse-2005-2007

Cadillac STS-2005-2007

Chevrolet Impala-2001-2005

Yukon, Yukon XL-2001-2006

Hummer H3-2006-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused due to defective bulb.

 

Remedy:

In this case only the sunshade vanity mirror bulb with the product number 9442395 and do not change the entire sunshade assembly.

 

Fault:

Freezing of door latch in cold conditions.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)-2005-2007

Hummer H2- 2003-2006

Hummer H3- 2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to entry of water into the latch either from a car wash or off the road and frozen thereby causing the dent to move slowly.

 

Remedy:
Perform trouble checking to see if the striker properly engages the latch and there are no obstructions preventing the door from closing.
Now allow the latch to defreeze and then apply compressed air for two seconds to the latch to force out any extra moisture. Spray GM super Lube(R) on both sides of the latch detent lever for to three seconds.
Now try operating the door latch several times in order to spread the lubricant on all surfaces.

 

Fault:

Fuel gauge reading is not correct.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models


Buick Allure, La Crosse with 3.6L engine- 2005-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused due to problem with the ECM software which causes the ECM to increase the fuel used incorrectly.

 

Remedy:

If troubleshooting with the SI doesn’t reveal any proper cause then reprogramming of the ECM with the latest calibration files using TIS2WEB Service programming system application has to be done.

 

Fault:

Backward reading of the fuel gauge after the fuel level sensor is changed.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2007

Chevrolet Impala , Monte Carlo-2007

Pontiac Grand Prix-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused when the fuel sender card is not properly installed into a 2007 model year vehicle.

Remedy:

This problem can be rectified on a 2007 model year vehicle by using the 2007 MY part number and for the 2006 model year vehicle by using the 2006 MY part number as the fuel level sensor is not interchangeable between model years.

Fault:

Vehicle does not start at all.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)- 2001-2007

Hummer H2-2003-2007

Hummer H3-2006-2007

Saab 9-7X-2005-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused due to improper battery cable connections.

 

Remedy:

 

The following troubleshooting steps are to be performed in order to rectify this problem:
First the threads in battery side post terminals have to be cleaned using a 3/8’’ NC bottom cap.
Change the battery cable bolt.

 

Fault:

Leaking of power steering Gear.

Power steering making whining noise is heard

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2005-2007

Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo-2004-2007

Pontiac Grand Prix- 2004-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused because the level of fluid on the power steering reservoir is low and that the gear showed an oil residue.

Remedy:
Perform trouble checking and see if the power steering system is completely filled up with oil.
Now restart the engine and check if the noises are disappearing after turning the steering wheel lock a few times and this rectifies most of the problem.

 

Fault:

Noise is heard from the steering column and the steering gear and also from the front of the vehicle during process.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Regal-2001-2004

Buick Allure-2005-2007

Chevrolet Impala -2000-2008

Monte Carlo-2000-2007

 

Cause:


It is caused by a slip stick condition which results in the clunk noise.

 

Remedy:
First Park the vehicle in a large space.
Now turn the steering wheel to the right and then to the left all the way where the steering locks.
Now drive the vehicle in a circle.
If a clunk is felt in the steering wheel then the cause is the I shaft and not the steering gear.
Now keep driving the vehicle straight ahead at idle speed while applying and releasing the brake. Try to listen and feel any kind of noise in the steering wheel.

 

Fault:

Sudden shaking of the 4T65E Transmission 1-2 Shift at light to moderate acceleration.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Regal-2001-2004

Buick Century-2001-2005

Buick Terraza, La Crosse-2005-2007

Chevrolet Venture-2001-2005

Chevrolet Uplander- 2005-2007

Pontiac
Grand Prix-2001-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused when the throttle plate angle parameter is 12-20% at time of condition with vehicle speed of approximately 24-40Km/hr.

 

Remedy:

The complete second clutch assembly has to be changed with the right part number 24240561.

 

Fault:

Improper functioning of the washer fluid which doesn’t clean or the spray and doesn’t reach the top of the windshield on the passenger side and the driver side.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2005-2007

Chevrolet Monte Carlo- 2005-2007

Pontiac
grand prix-2005-2007

 

Cause:
It is caused due to improper installation of the Y-fitting in the washer line which is being misdirected and installed towards the passenger’s side.
The driver’s side washer Hose is turned download and is misrouted.

 

Remedy:

Perform trouble checking of the windshield washer hose routing and change the windshield washer line.

 

Fault:

Light engine noise is heard at speeds of 0-48 Km/hr and at 1000-2500RPM.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Rendezvous-2004-2007

Buick Allure-2005-2007

Cadillac CTS-2004-2007

Cadillac STS-2005-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused by the primary camshaft drive chain.

 

Remedy:

The GM Power train engineering states that this type of engine noise is normal for the engine and it also states that there will be no abnormal wear and tear or any internal damage due to this kind of noise.

 

Fault:

Discoloration of the instrument panel.

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick La Crosse, Allure-2005-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to flow of a material which is present in the skin of the Instrument panel top pad on to the surface.

 

Remedy:

In this kind of situation, cleaning of the instrument panel should be done without changing the entire panel and is done in the following way:
First get hold of a dark colored terry cloth towel for dark colored instrument panel.
Now spray the towel with formula 409(R) which is an all purpose cleaner.
Now place the towel on the top of the instrument panel and gently clean the instrument panel.

 

Fault:

Frequent MIL followed by reduced engine power.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

It includes GM passenger cars and trucks (Saturn)- 2005-2008

Hummer H2-2005-2008

Hummer H3-2006-2008

Saab 9-7X-2005-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused due to entry of water into the APP circuits due to improper kickpannel sealing thereby giving rise to the error code P2138.

 

Remedy:

First locate the IP to body harness connector and perform trouble checking to see if there is any leak into that area and then repair as required.

 

Fault:

Difficult to move the passenger Seat Belt Buckle.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2005-2006

Cadillac XLR-2005-2006

Chevrolet Colorado-2005-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to sticking which prevents the seat belt latch plate from coming in contact with the door trim when the passenger’s are not present.

 

Remedy:

This problem can be rectified by moving the seat belt plate past the park stitching several times and this will reduce any difficulty caused to the customer.

 

Fault:

Popping noise is heard during steering wheel rotation.

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick Regal-2004

Buick Century-2004-2005

Buick Allure-2005-2008

Cadillac Deville-2004-2005

Cadillac DTS-2006

Chevrolet Uplander-2005-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to collapsing of the inner rod boot unevenly thereby allowing for contact between the inner rod and the boot.

 

Remedy:


The inner tie rod boot has to be changed in order to rectify this problem.

 

Fault:

Wheel cover making tickling noise.

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2005-2006

Chevrolet HHR with 16 inch wheel cover- 2006

Chevrolet Uplander with 17 inch wheel cover-2005-2007

Saturn Relay with 17 inch wheel cover-2005-2006

 

Cause:

It is caused due to hard contact between the inner edge of the wheel cover and the outer edge of the steel trim.

 

Remedy:

Perform trouble checking to see if the delrin ring is missing and in this case the following steps are to be performed:
First the wheel covers are to be taken off.
Then the back side of each wheel cover has to be cleaned with liquid detergent.
Now dry each wheel cover.
Now each wheel cover has to be wiped with isopropyl alcohol on a clean lint free cloth and then apply Adhesion Promoter with the part number 12378462.
Now place two insulators at the location where a divider stops one from in the center.
Now carefully place the insulator onto the wheel cover and then press down firmly on the insulator to make sure that the adhesive is bonding to the wheel cover.
Now place another insulator in another location in the same way.

 

Fault:


Vibration of wheel at 64-96 Km/h.

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2005-2008

  

Cause:

It is caused due to excessive radial force vibrations of the tires.

 

Remedy:

The defective tires have to be changed to rectify this problem.

 

Fault:

Too much oil consumption: L26, L32, L36

 

Cars Involved:


It includes the following models

Buick Le Sabre, Park Avenue-2005

Buick Allure, La Crosse-2005-2008

Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo-2005

Pontiac Grand Prix-2005-2008

 

Cause:

It is caused by the improper holding of the seal on the cylinder head boss by the retaining ring on the exhaust valve stem seal.

 

Remedy:

This problem can be rectified by the following way:
First the engine valve rocker arm covers, the exhaust rocker arms and the exhaust valve springs has to be removed.
Now make sure that the correct valve stem seals are being used.
Perform trouble checking of each exhaust valve stem seal for engagement on the exhaust valve guide.
If problems were detected with one or more exhaust valve seals then the entire exhaust valve seals have to be changed.
But if no problem with the exhaust valve seals were detected then please refer to the service manual Oil consumption Diagnosis to find out the other sources of oil consumption.

 

Fault:

Improper functioning of the rear window defogger.

 

Cars Involved:

It includes the following models

Buick Allure-2007

Pontiac Grand Prix-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused due to non programming of the new processor in order to response to the remote start events.

Remedy:

First the vehicle has to be started and check if the HVAC indicator lights flashes on and off.

But if the vehicle is equipped with Remote start Prep (AP8) and the remote start package was installed by the dealer then the HVAC control head of the vehicle has to reprogram.

 

Fault:

Leaking of transmission oil from the transmission vent.

 

Cars Involved:

GM passenger cars and light duty trucks-1997-2007

 

Cause:

It is caused due to improperly torque channel plate gasket.

 

Remedy:

In order to rectify the situation, the channel plate gaskets are to be changed.

 

ERROR CODES FOR DIAGNOSTIC PURPOSE:

 

Error Codes

                                                         Actions Taken

1. DTC B0012

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0012 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

2.DTC B0013

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0013 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

3. DTC B0014

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0014 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

4.DTC  B0016

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0016 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

5. DTC B0017

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0017 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

6.DTC B0018

With the ignition turned off, detach the I/P module in line connector. Now use the J 38715-80 in order to connect to the J38715-A to the harness side of the I/P module inline wiring harness connector and with the help of scan tool check if DTC B0018 is set as current. If the DTC B0012 is set as current then the I/P module has to be changed. Now with the J38715-A and the adapter detached, take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the I/P module for a short to voltage and if required change the SDM.

7. DTC B0022

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

8. DTC B0024

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

9.DTC B0026

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

10.DTC B0042

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

11.DTC B0043

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

12.DTC B0044

With the ignition turned off, detach the steering wheel module. Now connect the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module has to be changed. Now detach the J38715-A and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC is set as a current. If the DTC is not set as a current then the steering wheel module coil has to be changed. Perform trouble checking of the infinite resistance between the applicable HI circuit and the ground. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for a short to ground. Perform trouble checking for less than 1ohm of resistance between the SDM connector and the airbag module connector HI circuit. If not the specified range then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

13. DTC B0040

With the ignition turned off, remove the left garnish molding and detach the roof rail module -left in line connector. Now use J38715-A inorder to connect the J38715-A to the harness side of the roof rail module -left in line connector and with the help of scan tool check if the DTC B0040 is set as a current. If the DTC B0040 is set as a current then the left roof rail module has to be changed. Now detach both the J38715-A and the adapter which is followed by SDM detachment. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the left roof rail module for a shot to voltage. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

14. DTC B0041

With the ignition turned off, remove the left garnish molding and detach the roof rail module -left in line connector. Now use J38715-A inorder to connect the J38715-A to the harness side of the roof rail module -left in line connector and with the help of scan tool check if the DTC B0040 is set as a current. If the DTC B0041 is set as a current then the left roof rail module has to be changed. Now detach both the J38715-A and the adapter which is followed by SDM detachment. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the left roof rail module for a shot to voltage. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

15.DTC B0045

With the ignition turned off, remove the left garnish molding and detach the roof rail module -left in line connector. Now use J38715-A inorder to connect the J38715-A to the harness side of the roof rail module -left in line connector and with the help of scan tool check if the DTC B0040 is set as a current. If the DTC B0045 is set as a current then the left roof rail module has to be changed. Now detach both the J38715-A and the adapter which is followed by SDM detachment. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the left roof rail module for a shot to voltage. If all the tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

16. DTC B0057

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner RF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner RF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

17. DTC B0058

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner RF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner RF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

18. DTC B0059

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner RF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner RF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

19. DTC B0064

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner LF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner LF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

20. DTC B0065

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner LF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner LF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

21. DTC B0066

With the ignition turned off, detach the seat belt pretensioner and perform trouble checking for the following: the seat belt retractor pretensioner LF, the SDM module and the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now use the J38715-A to connect the harness side of the seta belt pretensioner. Now with the help of a scan tool, check out the SIR DTC display and check if the DTC B0057 is set as a current. Now detach the J38715-A and take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the high and low circuits between the SDM and the seat belt pretensioner LF for a short to voltage and for short to ground. If all the circuit tests are normal then the SDM has to be changed.

22. DTC B0077

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0077, detach the left SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0077 is set as a current then the left SIS has to be replaced.

23.DTC B0078

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0078, detach the right SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0078 is set as a current then the right SIS has to be replaced.

24. DTC B0079

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0079, detach the left SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0079 is set as a current then the left SIS has to be replaced.

25.DTC B0080

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0080, detach the left SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0080 is set as a current then the left SIS has to be replaced.

26.DTC B0081

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0081, detach the right SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0081 is set as a current then the right SIS has to be replaced.

27. DTC B0082

With the ignition turned on, scan and clear SIR codes and then recheck for DTC’s. Perform trouble checking for the following: the SIS, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0078, detach the right SIS connector and take off the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SIS and the SDM for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Now reconnect all the SIR components and scan and clear all the DTC’S. If the DTC B0078 is set as a current then the right SIS has to be replaced.

28. DTC B0092

Perform trouble checking for the following: PPS module, SDM module, PPS wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Now with the ignition turned off, detach the PPS module connector and also take off the SDM connector. Now perform trouble checking of the occupant sensor serial data circuit for an open between the SDM and the PPS connector. Also perform trouble checking of the PPS ignition 1 voltage and ground circuits for a short to voltage. Make sure that there is no short to ground or a short to voltage. If all the circuit tests are normal then the PPS has to be changed.

29. DTC B0098

Perform trouble checking for the following: PPS module, SDM module, PPS wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. Make sure if the right SDM has been installed. Make sure if the DTC B1001 has been set. Perform trouble checking of the PPS connector and has to be replaced incase it is damaged. If the DTC B0098 resets then the SDM has to be changed.

30. DTC B0100

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0100, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0100 is present then the front end sensor1 has to be changed.

31.DTC B0101

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0101, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0101 is present then the front end sensor1/left has to be changed.

32. DTC B0102

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0102, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0102 is present then the front end sensor1/left has to be changed.

33.DTC B0103

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0103, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0103 is present then the front end sensor2 has to be changed.

34.DTC B0104

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0104, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0104 is present then the front end sensor2/right has to be changed.

35.DTC B0105

Perform trouble checking for the following: the front end sensor, the SDM module, the SDM wiring harness connector. Damage to the following parts needs replacement or repair. For the DTC B0105, detach the front end sensor1 connector and also detach the SDM connector. Perform trouble checking of the signal and voltage circuits between the SDM and the front end sensor for a short to voltage and for a short to ground. Reconnect all the SIR components and if the DTC B0105 is present then the front end sensor2/right has to be changed.

36. DTC B0160

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned off, detach the ambient air temperature sensor and check if the DIC display OC. Perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the ambient air temperature sensor for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the ground circuit of the ambient air temperature sensor for a high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the instrument panel cluster. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness of the ambient air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Replace the IPC and also the ambient air temperature sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

37. DTC B0161

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned off, detach the ambient air temperature sensor and check if the DIC display OC. Perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the ambient air temperature sensor for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the ground circuit of the ambient air temperature sensor for a high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the instrument panel cluster. Find out the fault and correct it. . Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness of the ambient air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Replace the IPC and also the ambient air temperature sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

38. DTC B0164

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Duct Actual parameter in the heating and air conditioning data list with the help of scan tool. See if the Duct actual parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate signal circuit of the air temperature sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the low reference circuit of the appropriate air temperature sensor for a high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the air temperature sensor and the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

39.DTC B0174

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Duct Actual parameter in the heating and air conditioning data list with the help of scan tool. See if the Duct actual parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate signal circuit of the air temperature sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the appropriate air temperature sensor for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the air temperature sensor and the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

40. DTC B0179

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Duct Actual parameter in the heating and air conditioning data list with the help of scan tool. See if the Duct actual parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate signal circuit of the air temperature sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the appropriate air temperature sensor for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the air temperature sensor and the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

41. DTC B0510

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Duct Actual parameter in the heating and air conditioning data list with the help of scan tool. See if the Duct actual parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate signal circuit of the air temperature sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the appropriate air temperature sensor for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the air temperature sensor and the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

42.DTC B0515

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Duct Actual parameter in the heating and air conditioning data list with the help of scan tool. See if the Duct actual parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate signal circuit of the air temperature sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the appropriate air temperature sensor for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate air temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the air temperature sensor and the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

43.DTC B0184

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the help of a scan tool check out the Passenger Solar Sensor parameter in the climate control panel and check if the Solar Sensor parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the passenger signal circuit of the sunload sensor assembly for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the low reference circuit of the sunload sensor assembly for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the sunload sensor assembly. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the sunload sensor assembly and also the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

44. DTC B0189

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the help of a scan tool check out the Passenger Solar Sensor parameter in the climate control panel and check if the Solar Sensor parameter is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the passenger signal circuit of the sunload sensor assembly for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the low reference circuit of the sunload sensor assembly for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the sunload sensor assembly. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the sunload sensor assembly and also the HVAC control module With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

45.DTC B0248

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

46.DTC B0268

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

47.DTC B0418

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

48.DTC B0283

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the Rear window defogger relay for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the relay socket. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the rear window defogger relay and also the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

49.DTC B0249

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

50.DTC B0269

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

51. DTC B0409

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

52. DTC B0419

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

53 DTC B0414

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

54. DTC B0424

Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

55.DTC B3748

Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

56.DTC B3749

Perform trouble checking of the appropriate door control A and B circuit for high resistance and also for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the appropriate actuator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the HVAC control module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate actuator and also the HVAC control module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

57.DTC B0931

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle and check if the DTC displayed is of current type. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the compass. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the electronic compass module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

58.DTC B0933

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the compass sensor circuit for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the compass sensor return circuit for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the instrument panel cluster. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the electronic compass module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the IPC and the electronic compass module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

59.DTC B0934

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the compass sensor circuit for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the compass sensor return circuit for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the instrument panel cluster. Find out the fault and correct it Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the electronic compass module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the IPC and the electronic compass module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

60. DTC B0935

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the compass sensor circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it Also perform trouble checking of the compass ground circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the instrument panel cluster. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the compass module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the IPC and the electronic compass module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

61. DTC B1000

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the control module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

62. DTC B1004

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the control module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

63. DTC B1007

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the control module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

64.DTC B1009

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the control module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

65.DTC B1013

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

66.DTC B1014

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool try getting the DTC. Change the module setting the DTC as current. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

67.DTC B1327

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned on, check out the Battery voltage signal parameter in the engine electrical BCM data list and see if the measured voltage is greater than the specified value. Perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage and ground circuits of the BCM for high resistance. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

68.DTC B1328

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Check out the voltages across the battery terminals and compare the battery voltage with the Battery 1 parameter in the ignition data list of the BCM. Check if the measures voltages are within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

69.DTC B1475

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the RAP relay for the following conditions: short to ground, short to battery positive voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the RAP relay. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the non control circuit of the RAP relay. Change the RAP relay and the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

70.DTC B1516

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan toll check out the Regulated Voltage control Current Sensor parameter in the BCM data list and see if it is within the given range. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the battery current sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the battery current sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

71. DTC B1780

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of a scan tool clear the DTC and if required change the radio.

72. DTC B1925

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Measure the voltage between the temperature signal circuit and the temperature sensor low reference circuit and check if the measured voltage is within the specified range. Perform trouble checking of the temperature sensor signal circuit for a high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the temperature sensor signal circuit for a short to battery positive voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the heated seat temperature sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the heated seat temperature sensor and also the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

73. DTC B2482

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now with the ignition turned off, detach the harness connector at the inside rearview mirror. Now perform trouble checking for less than 1volt at the keypad signal terminal 11. If the measured value is greater than the specified value, then perform trouble checking of the circuit for short to voltage and if the tests turned out to be positive then VCIM has to be replaced. Also perform trouble checking for less than 1 ohm of resistance between the VCIM and the inside rearview mirror. If the measured value is greater than the specified value, then perform trouble checking of the circuit for high resistance and if the tests turned out to be positive then the inside rearview mirror has to be changed.

74.DTC B2483

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now detach the navigation antenna coax connector from the navigation antenna. Perform trouble checking for the infinite resistance between the center conductor of the coax to the metal outer shield. If the value is not specified then navigation antenna coax has to be replaced. Also perform trouble checking for less than 1 ohm of resistance of navigation antenna coax connector from one end to the other and if the value is not specified then navigation antenna coax has to be replaced. If required the VCIM has to be changed provided the cellular antenna coax tests are normal.

75. DTC B2484

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now detach the navigation antenna coax connector from the navigation antenna. Perform trouble checking for the infinite resistance between the center conductor of the coax to the metal outer shield. If the value is not specified then navigation antenna coax has to be replaced. Also perform trouble checking for less than 1 ohm of resistance of navigation antenna coax connector from one end to the other and if the value is not specified then navigation antenna coax has to be replaced. If required the VCIM has to be changed provided the cellular antenna coax tests are normal.

76. DTC B2508

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the heated seat relay control circuit of the heated seta relay for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the heated seta relay. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the heated seat relay and also the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

77.DTC B2509

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the heated seat relay control circuit of the heated seta relay for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the heated seta relay. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the heated seat relay and also the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

78. DTC B2580

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the HI BEAM relay for a short to battery positive voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking for a short to ground in the headlamp high beam relay control circuit. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connectors of the underhood fuse block. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the underhood electrical center and also the HI BEAM relay in the underhood fuse block. Also change the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

79. DTC B2610

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the dimming voltage reference circuit for a short to battery positive voltage. . Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the I/P dimming circuit for a short to battery positive voltage. . Find out the fault and correct it. Change the lamp switch assembly and the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

80. DTC C0035

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

81. DTC C0036

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

82.DTC C0040

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

83.DTC C0041

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

84.DTC C0045

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

85.DTC C0046

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

86.DTC C0050

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

87.DTC C0051

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now measure the resistance across the wheel speed sensor after detaching the wheel speed sensor connector. Check if the measured resistance is within the specified range. Now detach the electronic brake control module harness connector and then install the J39700 Breakout box with the help of J39700-530 cable adapter to the EBCM harness connector. After that perform trouble checking of the wheel speed sensor circuits for, short to ground, short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the wheel speed sensor and also the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

88.DTC C0060

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0060 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

89. DTC C0065

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0065 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

90.DTC C0070

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0070 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

91. DTC C0075

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0075 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

92.DTC C0080

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0080 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

93. DTC C0085

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0085 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

94.DTC C0090

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0090 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

95.DTC C0095

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0095 reset as current DTC. If required change the EMCM.

96.DTC C0110

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now detach the pump motor harness pigtail connector of the back pressure modulator valve and measure the resistance between each pump motor control circuit and the housing of the BPMV. Check if the measured resistance is less than the specified value. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the pump motor harness pigtail connector of the BPMV. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the harness connector of the EBCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the BPMV and the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

97. DTC C0121

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now connect the J39700 Universal Pinout Box using the J39700-530 cable adapter to the electronic brake control module harness connector and perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

98.DTC C0141

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0141 reset as current DTC. If required change the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

99. DTC C0146

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0146 reset as current DTC. If required change the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

100. DTC C0151

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0151 reset as current DTC. If required change the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

101.DTC C0156

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool clear the DTC. Then carefully detach the scan tool from the data link connector. Now drive the vehicle above 12km/h for sometimes. Now with the ignition turned off, and with the help of a scan tool check if the DTC C0156 reset as current DTC. If required change the EBCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

102. DTC C0187

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of DMM check out the voltage between pin 26 and pin 15 of the J39700 and see if the measured voltage is within the specified range. Change the EBCM. Also change the steering angel sensor and also the lateral accelerometer sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

103. DTC C0197

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of DMM check out the voltage between pin 26 and pin 15 of the J39700 and see if the measured voltage is within the specified range. Change the EBCM. Also change the steering angel sensor and also the lateral accelerometer sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

104. DTC P0008

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the timing chains and tensioners for any kind of wear and tear. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the crankshaft reluctor wheel for being mis-positioned on the crankshaft. Find out the fault and correct it. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

105.DTC P0009

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the timing chains and tensioners for any kind of wear and tear. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the crankshaft reluctor wheel for being mis-positioned on the crankshaft. Find out the fault and correct it. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

106.DTC P0010

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then slowly increase the speed of the engine to the required value for 10 seconds. Now check if the DTC P0010 exists. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the CMP actuator solenoid for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the CMP actuator solenoid. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP actuator solenoid and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

107. DTC P0013

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then slowly increase the speed of the engine to the required value for 10 seconds. Now check if the DTC P0013 exists. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the CMP actuator solenoid for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the CMP actuator solenoid. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP actuator solenoid and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

108. DTC P0020

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then slowly increase the speed of the engine to the required value for 10 seconds. Now check if the DTC P0020 exists. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the CMP actuator solenoid for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the CMP actuator solenoid. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP actuator solenoid and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

109.DTC P0023

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then slowly increase the speed of the engine to the required value for 10 seconds. Now check if the DTC P0023 exists. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the CMP actuator solenoid for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the CMP actuator solenoid. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP actuator solenoid and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

110. DTC P0016

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then allow the engine to be idle for certain amount of time. Now check if the scan tool indicates the DTC P0016. Also try to repair the following: the installation of the camshaft sensors, the timing chain tensioner condition and the installation of the crankshaft sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

111.DTC P0017

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then allow the engine to be idle for certain amount of time. Now check if the scan tool indicates the DTC P0017. Also try to repair the following: the installation of the camshaft sensors, the timing chain tensioner condition and the installation of the crankshaft sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

112.DTC P0018

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then allow the engine to be idle for certain amount of time. Now check if the scan tool indicates the DTC P0018. Also try to repair the following: the installation of the camshaft sensors, the timing chain tensioner condition and the installation of the crankshaft sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

113.DTC P0019

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and then allow the engine to be idle for certain amount of time. Now check if the scan tool indicates the DTC P0019. Also try to repair the following: the installation of the camshaft sensors, the timing chain tensioner condition and the installation of the crankshaft sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

114.DTC P0030

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0030 is set as current. Now out in a test lamp between the ignition 1 voltage circuit of the HO2S and the ECM housing. See if the lamp gets illuminated. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it.

115. DTC P0036

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0036 is set as current. Now out in a test lamp between the ignition 1 voltage circuit of the HO2S and the ECM housing. See if the lamp gets illuminated. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it.

116.DTC P0031

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0031 is set as current. Try measuring the voltage between the heater control circuit of the HO2S and the ECM and see if the measured voltage is within the specified range. Check if a test lamp gets illuminated when it is connected between the ignition 1 voltage circuit of the HO2S and the ECM. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the HO2S and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

117.DTC P0037

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0037 is set as current. Try measuring the voltage between the heater control circuit of the HO2S and the ECM and see if the measured voltage is within the specified range. Check if a test lamp gets illuminated when it is connected between the ignition 1 voltage circuit of the HO2S and the ECM. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the HO2S and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

118. DTC P0032

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0032 is set as current. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the HO2S and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

119.DTC P0038

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Allow the engine to be in idle state for 30 seconds and then check if the DTC P0038 is set as current. Also perform trouble checking of the heater control circuit between the HO2S and the ECM for short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the HO2S and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

120. DTC P0053

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and check if DTC P0053 failed status is displayed on the scan tool. Change the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

121.DTC P062F

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Make a note of the DTC and then clear the DTC followed by turning off the ignition system for at least 30 seconds. Now turn the ignition on and check if the DTC P1621 has been reseated. Change the TCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.

122. DTC P0112

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the IAT sensor parameter with the help of a scan tool and see if the temperature is more than the specified value. Also perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the IAT sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the IAT sensor and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

123.DTC P0117

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition system turned on, check out the ECT parameter and see if the temperature is more than the specified value. Also perform trouble checking of the of the signal circuit of the ECT sensor for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the ECT sensor and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

124.DTC P0125

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the functional aspect of the thermostat. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the low reference circuit of the ECT sensor for a high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the signal circuit of the ECT sensor for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the ECT sensor and also the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

125.DTC P0140

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Check out the HO2S 2 voltage parameter with the help of a scan tool and see if the voltage goes above or below the specified value. Perform trouble checking of the HO2S signal circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the HO2S low reference circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the HO2S. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the HO2S and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

126. DTC P167A

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now allow the engine to reach the operating temperature and check if the DTC P167A has failed this ignition. If required change the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

127. DTC P0262

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0262 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

128 DTC P0265

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0265 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

129. DTC P0268

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0268 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

130. DTC P0271

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0271 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

131.DTC P0274

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0274 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

132.DTC P0277

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the ignition turned on, clear the DTC with the help of scan tool and then check if the DTC P0277 is set. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel injector for a short to voltage between the multiway harness connector and the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Try repairing the short between the ignition 1 voltage supply circuit to the control circuit of the fuel injector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the appropriate fuel injector and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

133. DTC P0324

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S and check if the DTC P0324 fails this ignition. If the DTC P0324 is present then the ECM has to be replaced.

134.DTC P0341

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Start the engine after clearing the DTC with the help of a scan tool and then check if the DTC P0341 fails this ignition. Perform trouble checking of the circuit of the CMP sensor for the following conditions: route too close to the ignition coils, routed too close to the solenoids and relays. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

135. DTC P0346

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Start the engine after clearing the DTC with the help of a scan tool and then check if the DTC P0341 fails this ignition. Perform trouble checking of the circuit of the CMP sensor for the following conditions: route too close to the ignition coils, routed too close to the solenoids and relays. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

136. DTC P0366

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Start the engine after clearing the DTC with the help of a scan tool and then check if the DTC P0341 fails this ignition. Perform trouble checking of the circuit of the CMP sensor for the following conditions: route too close to the ignition coils, routed too close to the solenoids and relays. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

137.DTC P0391

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Start the engine after clearing the DTC with the help of a scan tool and then check if the DTC P0341 fails this ignition. Perform trouble checking of the circuit of the CMP sensor for the following conditions: route too close to the ignition coils, routed too close to the solenoids and relays. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of all the poor and loose connections at the appropriate CMP sensor. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the CMP sensor. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S and try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S.

138. DTC P0608

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the vehicle speed signal circuit for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the vehicle speed signal circuit for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the harness connector of PCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the harness connector of TAC module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the PCM and the TAC module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

139.DTC P0615

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the crank relay for a short to voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the crank relay. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the harness connector of PCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the crank relay and the PCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

140.DTC P0616

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the starter circuit relay for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

141.DTC P0617

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC and check if the DTC P0617 has passed the ignition cycle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the starter relay for a short to battery. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

142. DTC P0622

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the generator field duty cycle signal circuit for a short to open. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the harness connector of PCM. Find out the fault and correct it.  Change the PCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

143.DTC P0625

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the generator field duty cycle signal circuit for a short to ground. . Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage cable for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the GEN L- Terminal circuit cable for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the harness connector of the generator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the ECM. Change the PCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

144. DTC P0626

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the generator field duty cycle signal circuit for a short to battery voltage. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the harness connector of the generator. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the ECM. Change the PCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

145.DTC P0627

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the control circuit of the fuel pump relay for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the fuel pump relay. Find out the fault and correct it Also perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the ECM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the fuel pump relay and the ECM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

146. DTC P0703

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform the brake pedal position sensor calibration procedure and check if the DTC P0703 has been reseated or not. Perform trouble checking of the poor connections at the BCM. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the BCM. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

147. DTC P1011

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool check if the DTC P1011 is present. Perform trouble checking for any kind of abnormal noise on the start up. Check if the engine is stalling. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

148. DTC P1012

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool check if the DTC P1012 is present. Perform trouble checking for any kind of abnormal noise on the start up. Check if the engine is stalling. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

149. DTC P1013

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool check if the DTC P1013 is present. Perform trouble checking for any kind of abnormal noise on the start up. Check if the engine is stalling. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

150.DTC P1014

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. With the help of scan tool check if the DTC P1014 is present. Perform trouble checking for any kind of abnormal noise on the start up. Check if the engine is stalling. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

151. DTC P1574

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Check if the DTC P1574 is in the PCM. Check for the proper functionality of the stop lamp. Perform trouble checking of the stop lamp switch signal circuit for high resistance. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the shorted terminals and poor connections at the harness connector of TAC module. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the YAC module. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

152. DTC P0606

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Check out Freeze Frame records with the help of a scan tool. Now wait for 30 seconds with the ignition turned off. Now try operating the vehicle within the conditions for running the DTC’S and if the DTC P0606 has failed this ignition then the ECM has to be replaced.

153. DTC P0602

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Make sure that all the tools connections are properly secured. Check the functionality of the operating equipments. Also make sure that the right software is being used and is properly calibrated.  Try programming the ECM and if the DTC P0602 is present then the ECM has to be replaced.

154. DTC P0601

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Make sure that all the tools connections are properly secured. Check the functionality of the operating equipments. Also make sure that the right software is being used and is properly calibrated.  Try programming the ECM and if the DTC P0601 is present then the ECM has to be replaced.

155. DTC P0604

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Make sure that all the tools connections are properly secured. Check the functionality of the operating equipments. Also make sure that the right software is being used and is properly calibrated.  Try programming the ECM and if the DTC P0604 is present then the ECM has to be replaced.

156. DTC P1820

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Perform trouble checking of the TR signal A circuit of the IMS for a short to ground between the TCM connector and the AT line 20- way connector. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the automatic transmission wiring harness. Find out the fault and correct it. Also change the lever assembly manual shaft detent with the internal mode switch. If required also change the TCM.

157. DTC U0100

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now perform trouble checking of the following circuits of the module which is not communicating for a short to ground: the battery positive voltage input circuits, the battery positive voltage output circuits, ignition voltage input circuits and ignition voltage output circuits. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the high speed GMLAN serial data circuits of the module which is not communicating for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the module which is not communicating. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

158.DTC U0101

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now perform trouble checking of the following circuits of the module which is not communicating for a short to ground: the battery positive voltage input circuits, the battery positive voltage output circuits, ignition voltage input circuits and ignition voltage output circuits. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the high speed GMLAN serial data circuits of the module which is not communicating for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the module which is not communicating. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

159. DTC U1128

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage and the ignition B+ circuits of the module which are not able to communicate for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Perform trouble checking of the module which is not communicating for an open. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the battery positive voltage circuits , the ignition B+circuits, the ground circuits of the module which is not able to communicate. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the module which is not communicating. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

160. DTC U1137

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage and the ignition B+ circuits of the module which are not able to communicate for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the battery positive voltage circuits , the ignition B+circuits, the ground circuits of the module which is not able to communicate. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the module which is not communicating. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S

161.DTC U1153

Perform diagnostic check of the vehicle. Now perform trouble checking of the battery positive voltage and the ignition B+ circuits of the module which are not able to communicate for a short to ground. Find out the fault and correct it. Also perform trouble checking of the poor and loose connections at the battery positive voltage circuits , the ignition B+circuits, the ground circuits of the module which is not able to communicate. Find out the fault and correct it. Change the module which is not communicating. With the help of scan tool clear all DTC’S.