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My daughters dash lights are not always working. Had the car diagnosed at autozone and codes 1626,1665,1676 came up. Driver and line faults. Is it a short with ignition, ground or a PCM ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can't jump the connector to get codes on OBD II. (Pre 1996) Try hooking back up you code reader. If it doesn't communicate, check the fuse for the cig lighter. This fuse should also power up the diagnostic plug.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Oh dear one of these problems. Sound like a loose plug or dirty connection in plug Very hard to find Start by checking battery and ignition circuit plugs and terminals Hope this helps Feel for you!
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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The trouble areas associated with this code are as follows:
1)Gas leakage on exhaust system
3)Heated oxygen sensor
4)Three–way catalytic converter
The idea is to check for exhaust leaks first then the front sensor and rear sensor. If these all check out then the cat needs to be replaced.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 lincoln town car no start
yes the teft light will stop the vehicle from running. that is the pats system and can cause all sorts of trouble. if the light flashes fast its not reading the key. no start. if it turns on for two seconds and shuts off the it should start
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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SOURCE: have 2004 isuzu rodeo 3.5
No. The ignition coils most of the time when you get a misfire, are not the problem. Most of the time it is the plugs, or wires. Usually when a coil goes out then it is out. Or will quit firing when the engine is warm. Then fire again when the engine cools off. Make sure that your plug wires are all seated good. A misfire is not a huge deal. It won't hurt the engine what so ever to misfire a cylinder every once in a while. So it is very safe to drive the Rodeo to work.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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