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Re: p00A B/1 Com1 ; p00P B/1 Com2
Code p0045 refers to turbo/super charger boost control solenoid---circuit open causes ==wiring--boost control solenoid
p0046 refers to turbo/ super charger boost control solenoid--circuit range/ performance===causes ---wiring---boost control solenoid ---mechanical fault.
code refers to system voltage --low===causes wiring---poor connection---battery---alternator
it also refers to ECM power relay control--circuit open===causes -wiring --- ECM relay.
looks like 2 boost solenoids and I would ensure that the battery posts and terminals are shiny clean and tight. have a load test done on the battery to check for bad cell and check the alternator drive belt for condition and tension . Have an out put test done by an accredited auto electrician on the alternator
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code p 0562 refers to system voltage --low causes --- wiring--poor connections ---battery -- alternator
also refers to ECM power relay control---circuit open causes wiring-- ECM relay
take it in to an accredited auto electrician and have the charging system checked out
could be a faulty voltage regulator , alternator or ECM relay
P0344 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Intermittent
P0700 Transmission Control System Malfunction
P0562 System Voltage Low
I would start with the P0562 issue. Check the battery voltage - it should be at a minimum of 12 volts (DC). You can try charging the battery with a trickle charger overnight and if the voltage does not come up to 12 volts then you should replace the battery. If it comes up to 12 volts then try starting it up if it starts you should get the alternator checked out at a garage. A simple alternator check is measuring the voltage at the battery you should get between 13.2 to 18.2 volts when the vehicle is running. The low voltage may be the cause of the other two codes. If not the P0344 indicates you may need to replace the sensor or if the timing slipped you may need to replace the timing chain / belt. The P0700 could indicate a low fluid condition or it may mean take it to a transmission mechanic.
I just had the same codes a week ago. P0562 & p0700. Found that they were both related to a battery with a dead cell. The p0562 (low voltage code caused by no good battery) causes the transmission control module (p0700) to not receive the correct voltage and act up when drawing power from the battery due to dashboard, starter, etc. drawing from battery as well, With the keys in the ignition. I changed the battery to a new one. Removing the battery will reset the codes and with the new battery the codes may not re-appear, provided there are no other codes pending that could be causing the p0700 code. Some conditions you may experience are 1) no start 2) clicking from the tcm 3) clicking from the starter 4) the dashboard lighting having a life of its own coming on and off, dimming, etc. note: when this happened to me (all of the above) I tested the battery and it was ok, but the problem existed until the New battery was installed. Still runs good now