Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
The P01535 refers to the 5 volt reference circuit generated by the PCM. The reference voltage is being pulled low for some reason.
If there are no other codes present, the code is indicating the PCM 5 volt output is too low caused by an internal PCM failure.
If you have a volt meter, check the voltage at the TPS ( gray wire and key in run position ) and see what the actual voltage is.
Let me know and we can go from there.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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These 5-volt reference circuits are independent of each other outside the PCM, but are bussed together inside the PCM. Therefore a circuit condition on one sensor 5-volt reference circuit may affect the other sensor 5-volt reference circuits. The PCM monitors the voltage on the 5-volt reference circuit. If the PCM detects that the voltage is out of tolerance, DTC P1635 sets.
If any sensor using a 5-volt bias voltage, such as the intake air temperature (IAT) sensor or fuel sensor, is shorted to voltage, DTC P1639 may set in addition to DTC P1635.
For an intermittent condition, refer to Intermittent Conditions .
Does the vehicle start an run ?
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