Question about 2004 Ford F150
This is the code auto zone gave me, but i need to know what it means to a non mechanic person like my self? Also possible ways to fix it.
I looked up the code you posted, and came back as kam (keep alive memory).It's a series of battery powered memory locations in the computor which allows it to store input failures identified during normal operation for use in later diagnostic routines.KAM even adopts some calibration parameters to compensate for changes in the vehicle system The only way that I know of to fix it is replace the computor, but have it checked out first. Hope this helped.
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