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Chrysler Code Retrieval
Accessing Trouble Codes
96 & later are OBD2 & requires an OBD2 scanner.
Code retrieval can be accessed by the ignition key or by a diagnostic readout box(DRB).To obtain the codes using the key method,set the park brake,and put the vehicle in Park/neutral.
Some 95 and later OBDII vehicles, you may be able to retrieve OBDII codes with this procedure, if equipped with digital dash.

Turn the ignition key ON,OFF,ON,OFF,and finally ON again(ENGINE NOT RUNNING)
The codes will start to flash on the POWER LOSS or CHECK ENGINE light.
FLASH,pause,FLASH,FLASH=code 12
Clearing Trouble Codes
Diagnostic trouble codes may be cleared by disconnecting the battery ground cable for at least 20 seconds.
OBD2 vehicles require a scanner to clear the trouble codes.

Diagnostic Codes
Chrysler

96-01 Chrysler generic.


96–01

P0112
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Voltage Low

P0113
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Voltage High

P0117
ECT Sensor Voltage Too Low

P0118
ECT Sensor Voltage Too High

P0121
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Signal Volts Do Not Agree w/Idle Validation Signal

P0122
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Signal Voltage Too Low

P0123
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Signal Voltage Too High

P0125
Engine Is Cold Too Long

P0168
Decreased Engine Performance Due To High Injection Pump Fuel Temperature

P0177
Water In Fuel Sensor Voltage Too Low

P0181
Fuel Injection Pump Failure

P0215
Fuel Injection Pump Control Circuit

P0216
Fuel Injection Pump Timing Failure

P0217
Decreased Engine Performance Due To Engine Overheating Condition

P0219
Camshaft Position Sensor Overspeed Signal

P0222
Idle Validation Signals Both Low

P0223
Idle Validation Signals Both High (Above 5 Volts)

P0230
Transfer pump Circuit Out Of Range

P0232
Fuel Shut-Off Voltage Too High

P0234
Turbo Boost Limit Exceeded

P0236
MAP Sensor Too High Too Long

P0237
MAP Sensor Voltage Too Low

P0238
MAP Sensor Voltage Too High

P0251
Fuel Injection Pump Mechanical Failure Fuel Valve Feedback Circuit

P0253
Fuel Injection Pump Fuel Valve Open Circuit

P0254
Fuel Injection Pump Fuel Valve Current Too High

P0300
Multiple Cylinder Misfire

P0301
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 1

P0302
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 2

P0303
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 3

P0304
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 4

P0305
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 5

P0306
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 9

P0310
Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 6

P0320
No RPM Signal To PCM

P0336
Crankshaft Position Sensor Signal

P0341
Camshaft Position Sensor Signal

P0370
Fuel Injection Pump Speed/Position Sensor Signal Lost

P0380
Intake Air Heater Relay No. 1 Control Circuit

P0381
Wait To Start Lamp Inoperative

P0382
Intake Air Heater Relay No. 2 Control Circuit

P0387
Crankshaft Position Sensor Supply Voltage Too Low

P0388
Crankshaft Position Sensor Supply Voltage Too High

P0400
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Flow Malfunction

P0460
Fuel Level Unit No Change Over Miles

P0462
Fuel Level Sending unit Volts Too Low

P0463
Fuel Level Sending unit Volts Too High

P0500
No Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal

P0522
Oil Pressure Voltage Too Low

P0523
Oil Pressure Voltage Too High

P0524
Oil Pressure Too Low

P0545
A/C Clutch Relay Circuit

P0562
Charging System Voltage Too Low

P0563
Charging System Voltage Too Low

P0601
PCM Internal Controller Failure

P0622
Alternator Field Improper Switching

P0712
Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too Low

P0713
Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too High

P0720
Low Output Speed Sensor RPM Above 15 M.P.H.

P0743
TCC Solenoid/Trans Relay Circuits

P0748
Governor Pressure Sol/Control Trans Relay Circuits

P0751
OD Switch Pressed (Lo) For More Than 5 Minutes

P0753
Trans 3–4 Shift Sol/Trans Relay Circuits

P1283
Idle Select Signal Invalid

P1284
Fuel Injection Pump Battery Voltage Out Of Range

P1285
Fuel Injection Pump Controller Always On

P1286
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Supply Voltage Too High

P1287
Fuel Injection Pump Controller Supply Voltage Low

P1291
No Temperature Rise Seen From Intake Air Heaters

P1295
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor Supply Voltage Too Low

P1388
Auto Shutdown (ASD) Relay Control Circuit

P1389
No Auto Shutdown (ASD) Relay Output Voltage At PCM

P1475
Aux. 5 Volt Output Too High

P1488
Aux. 5 Volt Output Too Low

P1492
Battery Temperature Sensor Voltage Too High

P1493
Battery Temperature Sensor Voltage Too Low

P1594
Charging System Voltage Too High

P1595
Speed Control Solenoid Circuits

P1597
Speed Control Switch Always Low

P1682
Charging System Voltage Too Low

P1683
Speed Control Power Relay Or Speed Control 12 Volt Driver Circuit

P1688
Internal Fuel Injection Pump Controller Failure

P1689
No Communication Between ECM & Injection Pump Module

P1690
Fuel injection pump CKP Sensor Does Not Agree With ECM CKP Sensor

P1691
Fuel Injection Pump Controller Calibration Failure

P1693
DTC Detected In ECM Or PCM

P1694
No CCD Messages Received From ECM

P1698
No CCD Messages Received From PCM

P1740
TCC Or OD Solenoid Performance

P1756
Governor Pressure Not Equal To Target At 15–20 PSI

P1757
Governor Pressure Above 3 PSI When Request Is 0 PSI

P1762
Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Improper Voltage

P1763
Governor Pressure Sensor Voltage Too High

P1764
Governor Pressure Sensor Voltage Too Low

P1765
Trans 12 Volt Supply Relay Control Circuit

P1899
PNP Switch Failure
 

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viper spray said:
Turn the ignition key ON,OFF,ON,OFF,and finally ON again(ENGINE NOT RUNNING)
This procedure doesn't work after about model-year 99 or so.
 

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Those codes listed are not flash codes they are codes that will display on an obd2 readers. The codes that flash on the dash are different
 

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I start working around 4AM, and I get home around 2PM.

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Mike Adams said:
Those codes listed are not flash codes they are codes that will display on an obd2 readers. The codes that flash on the dash are different
I was told that the first flash=10 and each next flash=1 , so Flash pause Flash, Flash, Flash would be code 13 or PO113 , is this wrong?
 
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