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? my 99 deville keeps giving code c1228 how to fix


That code should be left rear(Drivers side rear) wheel speed sensor short to ground, Check to see if wiring has worn thru and is contacting metal some place. GM had problems with water getting into wiring harnesses in rear causing shorts.

Jul 01, 2014 | 1999 Cadillac DeVille

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Lights shut off


The C codes in the obd system are chassis codes. Your codes are for solenoid short, ABS short, brake light warning short, wheel sensor short, Right rear speed sensor short.
So with all those codes present, was the vehicle subject to water damage or snow and ice?

Jan 02, 2014 | 1996 Buick LeSabre

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Radio code


OBD system tests
Possible fault codes:
P1000 OBD system tests Operation not
completed
Setting of the fault code P1000 has no
influence on the system <Engine
management>, smooth running or performance
as long as it is automatically erased
whilst driving.
The fault code P1000 indicates noncompletion
of system tests.
* Misfire detection
* Evaporative emission control system
* Exhaust-gas recirculation
* Lambda sensor
* Exhaust gas catalytic converter
The fault code P1000 cannot be erased. It
is cancelled automatically once the
vehicle has completed certain driving
cycles.

Jul 27, 2013 | 2007 Ford F

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The code on my impala 20051328


Need "pre code"
P1228 - Injector Circuit Cylinder 3 Intermittent

C1228 - Right Rear Excessive Wheel Speed Variation

Check it.

Feb 27, 2013 | 2005 Chevrolet Impala

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HO2S FAULT CODE COMES UP BRINGING THE ENGINE MANAGMENT LIGHT ON I CAN ERASE THE CODE BUT KEEPS COMING ON WHAT WOULD THE ISSUE BE? I HAVE GOOGLED IT BUT DOESNT SAY MUCH ONLY JUST ABOUT THE OXYGEN SENSOR.


Some fault codes like these can not just be erased n expected to stay erased. Once the car is driven again n the car system relearns itself. The ECU registers the fault again which brings up the code. Since its an existing problem it is only after the existing problem has been solved can the codes be erased. Check O2 sensors connectors to be sure they are connected, if so, check to be sure they are still functioning.

Sep 11, 2011 | Ford Fiesta Cars & Trucks

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How to erase srs fault


You'll need a scanner to erase any code, including an SRS light. If the light is on, indicating there is an issue within the SRS system, it really requires diagnostic and repair due to safety concerns. If the repair is not done to the vehicle and the code is erased, the light will just come back on again.

Jan 02, 2011 | 2005 Subaru Forester

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Fault code P1000 [18,2,10,0],Ford Fiesta 2005


P1000 means that you or someone has disconnected the battery,and the car has not been driven far / long enough for the computer to relearn its stratagies.
Engine light could be the fault of the speed sensor, or wiring to the sensor.

Jul 13, 2009 | 2007 Ford F

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Light in car on


that is the check engine light.
if you disconnect the battery for 1 minute,,the code will be erased and the check engine will come on if there is a fault still there.
the computer in the vehicle stores a code that triggered it. some systems will erase it if there is 50 starts with no faults at startup.
here are very common causes..
loose gas cap set evap code
air filter dirty set air flow meter code
02 sensor emissions code
running a scanner will let you know the code,but i would disconnect the battery,then see if it returns.

Mar 09, 2009 | 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext

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