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2006 PONTIAC TORRENT WON'T START CODE READS COO4O ONLY CODE STILL WON'T START


C0040
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction
EBCM
DTC C0035-C0051

The wheel speed sensor produces an alternating current signal whose amplitude and frequency vary, depending on the velocity of the wheel. The electronic brake control module (EBCM) uses the frequency of the AC signal to calculate the wheel speed.

This wouldn't have anything to do with not starting ! Won't start how ? When you turn the key to the start position what happens ? Does the starter engage an spin the engine ? This would be a crank no start , now if nothing happens when you turn the key this is a no crank - no start .

Nov 10, 2017 | Pontiac Cars & Trucks

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On grand prix2006 code C0040 which weel is that my computer tell me rear but no side


It is the right front (RF) ABS sensor that this codes corresponds to nothing to do with the rear.. Are you using a GM TECH 2 scanner? If not that is the problem.

Nov 22, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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2005 truck. What are the probable causes of DTCs C0035,C0040,and C0201?


C0035 is ABS Sensor in left front wheel
C0040 is ABS Sensor in right front wheel
C0201 is ABS Enable Relay Contact Circuit
You most likely have a poor ground connection or a faulty EBCM (Electronic Brake Control Module) for these conditions. I recommend having someone run a diagnostic test at a shop. I doubt the ABS issue is stopping the truck from cranking.

Feb 04, 2016 | Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

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05 gmc canyon traction control power fault


First you'll need to take it to have DTC's - diagnostic trouble codes check to find out what part of the system is at fault ! Could have a sensor , control module ,or wiring problem !
Traction Off Indicator The traction off indicator, which is a LED located on the traction control switch, illuminates only when the traction control switch has been pressed and released, disabling traction control. It is important to note that a traction fault does not illuminate this indicator and that there is no relationship between this indicator and the traction fault message.
Traction Fault Message The IPC displays the traction fault message when either of the following instances occur.
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The EBCM detects a malfunction that requires traction control to be disabled. The EBCM sends a serial data message to the IPC requesting that the message be displayed.


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The IPC detects a loss of serial data communication with the EBCM


Traction Control System (TCS)
When drive wheel slip is noted while the brake is not applied, the EBCM will enter traction control mode.
The EBCM uses a 5-volt pulse-width modulated (PWM) signal to request the PCM to reduce the amount of torque to the drive wheels. The PCM reduces torque to the drive wheels by retarding spark timing and by commanding the throttle actuator control. The PCM uses a 5-volt PWM signal in order to report to the EBCM the amount of torque delivered to the drive wheels.
You would need a factory grade scan tool to check data PID's - parameter identification , all the sensors work within a specific voltage range 1- 5 volts an you can see this on a good scan tool !
The Traction control is part of the ABS system an there a several DTC possible
DTC B0827 DTC B0828 DTC B2745 DTC C0035 DTC C0035 or C0040 DTC C0040 DTC C0055 DTC C0110 DTC C0191 DTC C0201 DTC C0220-C0229 DTC C0240 or P0856 DTC C0244 or P1689 DTC C0245 DTC C0267 or C0268 and C067 or C068 DTC C0550 DTC C0899 DTC C0900
You best bet is to take it to a qualified repair shop !

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Apr 07, 2015 | 2005 GMC Canyon

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Have a 2004 gmc yukon getting codes c0040, c0550,c0455,c0296 in the abs computer. Trac and abs light on as well as suspension control.


C0040 - Right Front Wheel Speed Circuit Malfunction
C0550 - ECU Malfunction - internal write / checksum malfunction
C0455 - Either:
  • A bent terminal or poor connection at the SWPS may be one possible cause; or
  • The vehicle stability enhancement system (VSES) electronic brake control module (EBCM) calibration may be the other possible cause.
C0296 - Transfer Case Delivered Torque for Stability Control System Circuit
http://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/obd-ii-c-chassis-codes.php

Feb 27, 2015 | 2004 GMC Yukon

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05 trailblazer 4.2 Multiple codes Po106, po305, po463, po128, po856 Co298,c0237,c0265,c0245,246, c0241,c0242, c0251,52,c0247,co243 WTF could all this mean


Hi Candice, .How does it run ? P0305 is a misfire code for cylinder #5, P0106 The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor responds to pressure changes in the intake manifold. The pressure changes occur based on the engine load. The MAP sensor has the following circuits:
5-volt reference circuit
• Low reference circuit
• MAP sensor signal circuit
DTC P0128 Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature
C0237
The EBCM detects an erratic rear wheel speed signal for 105 milliseconds.
DTC C0265 EBCM Motor Relay Circuit
C0265
Thoroughly inspect connections and circuitry that may cause an intermittent malfunction.
• DTC C0241 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0242 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0243 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0244 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0245 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0246 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0247 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0248 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0251 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0252 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
• DTC C0253 EBCM Control Valve Circuit
Sure looks like the ( EBCM ) Electronic Brake Control Module needs to be replaced .All these codes mean The EBCM detects an internal malfunction. Is the abs light on ?

Jan 06, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2008 Chevorlet Equinox. It started jerking accelerating up a hill. Now it will do it on flat land as well. It has only done it for a few days now. It isnt a "non-stop" problem. Just kind of comes...


c0040 right front abs sensor.
P0300 random or multiple misfire.
p0303 cylinder 3 misfire
this code P0300 and this one p0303 will be the same problem as they both same coding.
C0040 it can be the cable is cut or the sensor is defective.

Jul 19, 2017 | 2008 Chevrolet Equinox

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I have codes C0040 and C0245 which relate to the


it is likely the sensor but I would test it before you replace it. you will need to check the resistance on the wires coming off the sensor you will also need to know what the right resistance is.

Sep 18, 2013 | 2005 Buick LaCrosse

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Where are the ground wires for the ecbm gmc safari 2005


Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) C0265 is a POWER circuit code for the EBCM/Pump Motor Relay, not a ground code. This DTC sets when the voltage (B+) is too low at the EBCM when the solenoids and pump motor are commanded OFF. The voltage is supposed to be pulled low when the circuit is commanded ON. A ground problem with the EBCM is most likely to cause a failure of the EBCM to communicate with a scan tool. However, it doesn't hurt anything to check the ground. The main ground for the EBCM (G106) is located on the left rear of the engine near the knock sensor.

Jun 02, 2012 | 2005 GMC Safari

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I pulled the codes and here they are : C0036, C0035, C0040


Sounds like you need front wheel speed sensors. Replace the wheel bearings and sensors. May have an ABS unit fault, but more likely is both wheel bearings/speed sensors.

Jun 10, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Ram

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