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Gm trouble codes 44 and 45


Code 44 is for the O2 sensor staying on lean, and code 45 is for the sensor staying on rich. The sensor is supposed to switch back and forth several times each minute if it is working correctly and the computer is controlling the fuel mixture.
The problem could be the sensor or a fuel problem such as an injector. The O2 sensor would need to be tested.

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I have a 97 dodge caravan with a code 124555


It looks as though you have three fault number codes 12, 45, 55

12: Direct battery input to PCM was disconnected within the last 50 Key-On cycles.

As you'll see, there are two (2) exlinations for the number 45

45: EATX controller DTC present-an automatic transmission input DTC has been set in the transmission controller.

45: Park/Neutral switch failure-incorrect input state detected for the park/neutral switch.

The next set of code numbers are always good to see, means the computer can't find anything else wrong.

55: Completion of fault code display on Check Engine lamp.


I hope this helps you.

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