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Code c2204


Hi there:


DTC C2204 - Dynamics Sensor Internal

This light is on most likely due to a speed sensor failure. Either the rear one in the rear diff housing or the right or left front speed sensor. You will need someone with a full level scan tool to scan the ABS module to find which sensor it is and then replace that sensor accordingly.

The location of the Dynamic internal sensor: It is located in lower part of the centre console . exactly on the right side of the air bag module.




REMOVAL


1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable from its battery post.
2. Remove the instrument panel center stack console.



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3. Roll back the front floor carpet from under the instrument panel toward the rear of the vehicle for access to components.
4. Remove the fasteners (2), then instrument panel center support brackets (2). There is one bracket on each side of tunnel structure.

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5. Disengage the right intermediate floor distribution duct (2) from the stud located on the floor support (3) and move it aside as necessary to access the dynamics sensor.

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  1. Disconnect the wiring harness connector (3) at the dynamics sensor (2).
  2. Remove the screws (1) mounting the dynamics sensor to the mounting bracket on the floor pan tunnel (4).
  3. Remove the dynamics sensor (2).




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Hope this helps.

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