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Re: problem code on my tuner for 04 f-250 desiel p0341
U have to complete what is called a drive cycle to clear P1000, it is a very special mixture of city and freeway driving with idleing and other driving needed to have all 5 system self test and pass. This can take a few days or a week, it depends on how u drive and where u drive, be patient it will prove out.
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Ford P1000: OBDII Monitor Testing Not Complete.
Jaguar P1000: Engine control module (ECM) - internal error.
Kia P1000: System diagnosis incomplete.
Land Rover P1000: Engine control module (ECM) memory erased - no codes stored.
Mazda P1000: OBDII Drive Cycle Malfunction.
So depending on the manufacturer of your car would depend on the meaning of a P1000 code!
Hi there: This means testing incomplete and the car needs to be driven to clear this code. Really this isn't a hard code, the causes of a P1000 include:
The battery or PCM has been disconnected
The diagnostic trouble codes have been cleared
An OBD monitor concern occured before completion of the drive cycle
Although this may be considered a common Ford DTC, it's very minor. You in fact can safely ignore this code and it should go away as part of normal driving, you do not need to clear this code (as it may not actually turn off the MIL). If you want to the code to clear itself, faster, run through the Ford Drive Cycle. However, if you have other trouble codes, the MIL will stay on as there are other issues.
P1000 = Monitors incomplete.
This is not a fault code it often occurs after a battery disconnect and shows that some tests have not been completed on the OBD driving cycle tests carried out automatically as the car is driven.
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Hello, my name is Ben. Here is the short answer: P1000 OBD-II Monitor Testing Incomplete P1000 will be set anytime there is any interruption of power to the PCM. This action could be but is not limited to, changing the battery, clearing history codes, or reprogramming the PCM. If there are no other codes stored the P1000 will clear itself after several "driving cycles". I hope this helps you, Ben.
P1000- on-board dianostic systems readiness test not complete, 1. obd monitors and drive cycle incomplete 2.keep alive memory(KAM) cleared, wat to do and try. remove power take off fuse(PTO) then cleared the code,disconnect pcm connector and visually check for corrosion
This is NOT a fault code. It is an indicator code that simply means all the self-tests have not been run yet since the last computer reset.
It's primary practical effect is to keep vehicle owner's from cheating on emissions tests.
That means there are no codes set and there aren’t enough drive cycles yet completed since the last time the codes were cleared. Once enough drive cycles have been completed you will get system passed or a fault code.
Most likely you need to take a drive, 10 minutes at highway speeds and 20 minutes at city speeds, without turning off the engine. Also while driving at city speeds there has to be several periods of stop and go.
P1000 code means "testing incomplete". You can not reset this code, drive the vehicle and code should clear when the system recovers all testing data.
This can occur when the battery is disconnected for an extended period of time.