Monday, November 14, 2011

ABS trouble codes for all 1994-00 Acura models?


Below are the ABS trouble codes for all 1994-00 Acura models.


Code 11: Front right wheel sensor has an open or short to the body ground or a short to power.
Code 12: Front left wheel sensor electrical noise or an intermittent interruption.
Code 13: Rear right wheel sensor has an open or short to the body ground or a short to power.
Code 14: Rear left wheel sensor electrical noise or an intermittent interruption.
Code 15: Front right wheel sensor has an open or short to the body ground or a short to power.
Code 16: Front left wheel sensor electrical noise or an intermittent interruption.
Code 17: Rear right wheel sensor has an open or short to the body ground or a short to power.
Code 18: Rear left wheel sensor electrical noise or an intermittent interruption.
Code 21: Pulser
Code 22: Pulser
Code 23: Pulser
Code 24: Pulser
Code 31: Front right input solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 32: Front right output solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 33: Front left input solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 34: Front left output solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 35: Rear right input solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 36: Rear right output solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 37: Rear left input solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 38: Rear left output solenoid has a short to ground or a short to wire.
Code 41: Front right wheel lock.
Code 42: Front left wheel lock.
Code 43: Right rear wheel lock.
Code 44: Left rear wheel lock.
Code 51: Motor lock.
Code 52: Motor stuck off.
Code 53: Motor stuck on.
Code 54: Fail safe relay.
Code 61: Ignition voltage.
Code 62: Ignition voltage.
Code 71: Different diameter tire.
Code 81: Central Processing Unit (CPU)




READING CODES



Reading the control module memory is one of the first steps in OBD II system diagnostics. This step should be initially performed to determine the general nature of the fault. Subsequent readings will determine if the fault has been cleared.
Reading codes can be performed using a generic scan tool, or the vehicle manufacturer's specific tester to read the control module memory.
To read the fault codes, connect the scan tool or tester according to the manufacturer's instructions. Follow the manufacturer's specified procedure for reading the codes.

CLEARING CODES



Control module reset procedures are a very important part of OBD II system diagnostics. This step should be done at the end of any fault code repair and at the end of any driveability repair.
Clearing codes can be performed by any of the methods listed below:


Clear the control module memory with a Generic Scan Tool (GST)
Clear the control module memory with the vehicle manufacturer's specific tester
Turn the ignition OFF and disconnect the negative battery cable for at least 1 minute.

Removing the negative battery cable may cause other systems in the vehicle to lose their memory. Prior to removing the cable, ensure you have the proper reset codes for radios and alarms.
The MIL may also be de-activated for some codes if the vehicle completes 3 consecutive trips without a fault detected with vehicle conditions similar to those present during the fault.

---------

For more car related problem troubleshooting:---

This are the sections, you can go through and click the link to read its troubleshooting.

---------

The car will not start?

-----------------

Car will not crank?


-----------

Car has no spark?


-------------

How to troubleshoot car battery?

-----------------

How to test starter solenoid?

http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-test-starter-solenoid.html

--------------------

How to test cars starter?

http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-to-test-cars-starter.html

How to replace starter in car?



-----------

car will turn over but will not start?



-----------------

Car wont start?


----------

No comments:

Post a Comment