Question about Kia Avella
Good fuses,high voltage coming out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
p0560 is system voltage problem. open or short between the battery positive and the ecm.CHECK ALL FUSES. dosnt matter what they are labeled under dash and under hood replace any that are bad and retry to start. no start then check voltage to ecm grounds to. i dont have a wireing diagram to give you but for a small fee or free the dealer can make you a copy.make sure all the wires that go to battery terminals are not corroded and are making good contact [verified with volt meter]. if after all checks ok then replace ecm. as a side note i havent had to change one ever.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you for the help. We will continue to check all fuses and wires."
are you referring to the starter relay on the firewall? the voltage should drop to 0 when measuring across the signal path because the connection is made, essentially making it a piece of wire and there is no difference in potential between the two points. is there 12v to the starter motor? is the starter solenoid (located on the starter) receiving 12v? check fuses and fusible links. disconnect hot leads from the starter. remove the starter, and supply 12v directly to the motor. does the pinon gear extend and spin? starter.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
SOURCE: 1990 buick lasabre with a
1. Monitor the 5v reference, Gray wire to the Throttle Position Sensor
(TPS) with a Digital Volt Ohm Meter (DVOM) set to the MIN/MAX setting.
2. Monitor the TPS signal circuit, Blue wire with a DVOM. Voltage should range smoothly from approximately 0.44 to 5.0 volts as the throttle is opened.
3. Tap test the Electronic Control Module (ECM) and see if the codes come back or if the engine reacts.
possible causes wiring or Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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