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Hi Angela: We cannot understand your "345155" fault code, keep in mind that 1993-1997 codes just have two digits. I suggest re-check to read and note your fault codes acdording with this read codes procedure, with out starting the engine: turn the ignition
key on, off, on, off, and finally on.
The check engine light on the dash
will begin to flash. The light will flash the first number of the first
digit pause and flash the number of the second digit. Example: five
flashes, pause, three flashes = Code 53 PCM failure or Code 54 no cam
shaft position sensor signal from distributor etc, etc.
Try this and send us this fault code to send you additional detaild.
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Sometimes sensor faults which we can cover if simple checks find nothing. Being 4wd,it is sensitive to wheel sizes or rapid slip and wheel spin.Check to ensure all wheels are same:have you fitted a spare wheel or changed 2 tyres to a different profile?Remove each wheel and check that the sensors bolted to each hub are secure,clean and undamaged,same for the wiring.Also check for damage of the sensor rings on the cv joints.If all ok it is good to get the fault codes downloaded by a garage that can do this,or there are some cheap DIY trouble code readers available.I hope this helps or get back with your findings or codes and I can better diagnose for you. Fault codes usually can't be erased by removing battery cable for a minute,but you could try this.Code readers can erase though.
Your car is flashing a fault code, Slow flashes are tens, fast flashes are ones. You need to count the flashes ( fast and slow ) , work out the code number then ring your dealership and ask nicely what the code signifies. You may need to get your car plugged in to the dealer computer to reset it after the fault is fixed. Good luck Marshall
could be transmission fault, connect the 2 loose black plugs together under the drivers side dash, turn on ignition, no start, the ecl will flash the code, slow flashes are 10's and fast ones are 1's. codes can be got from bba-reman.com
ABS light is nothing to do with code 55 separate fault circuits.
Under dash there are two wires with mini spades at the end, connect one of them to the single black multiplug in position 2. Thats RHS plug inlet when you hold plug with tab lock on top. ABS sensor should then flash up error coded. Ignore code 11 thats a initial flash to let you nknow the difference between a fast and slow flash.
Let me know what code flashes up and I will tell you the symptom,
ive got a 55 plate 85 T260 swb crewcab 68000 miles, , i bought it 12 months ago, red light flashes on dash board most days, some times arratically, sometimes quite slow, and all clocks, speedo and dash does not work?????????
the smallest scratch and the van rusts, no under seal, there just a use it and dump it van.
under dash connect together the 2 green multiplugs. The CEL light (Check Engine Light) will flash. Slow then fast. Count the slow flashes then the fast ones. I.E. code 21 will give 2 slow flashes then 1 fast = 21.