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I have a 2001 Chrysler voyager . Ihave a replaced pcm that was pre programmed. The car not starting now. It just will not turn over. The code p601 is no longer on. I see the code p1864. And flash then done. What does this mean and what's a solution? Thank you!

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The code p1864 means Data Bus Powertrain Missing message from ADR control module. You can use the car diagnostic tool to help you find out the problem.

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Either the O2 sensor signal circuit is shorted to voltage, or you have something wrong with your engine that is causing the engine to run extremely rich. Any way you look at it, your O2 sensor signal voltage is way too high. This is why O2 sensor failures do not usually cause this code. When O2 sensors fail, they do not produce voltage like they should and you will get LEAN codes, not RICH codes.

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