Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
Used car md but info cant be read on program. there is no large code but looks like MIL on. also flashing code C, D, EV. cant find what it means
Wel the first suspect is the battery, have it tested by a local auto parts store.
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READING CODES USING MIL (CHECK ENGINE) LAMP
Be advised that the MIL or CHECK ENGINE light can only perform a limited number of functions and it is a good idea to have the system checked with a scan tool to double check the circuit function.
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To start, I would find a different shop where the mechanics have enough sense to look things up. If they don't know what to do simply because their generic OBD code reader won't plug in, it is a sure sign of inexperience and inability to read instructions. YES...you can TELL them I said that!
The fault codes on your vehicle can be retrieved WITHOUT a scan tool. You can use the onboard Check Engine light (A.K.A. MIL or Malfunction Indicator Light) to read "Flash Codes".
Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position Locate the diagnostic connector (DLC) next to the fuse block. Connect a jumper wire from the diagnostic output terminal and chassis ground. (See picture)
Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and disclosure of PCM memory will begin.
If the system is normal, the MIL will continuously flash short flashes.
If there is a computer system malfunction, the MIL will flash 2-digit codes. The codes will be indicated by long flashes succeeded by short flashes. The long flashes count as 10s and the short flashes count as 1s. For example, Three long flashes followed by 5 short flashes would be code 35.
If there is more than one fault, the computer will output the codes in succession from the lowest numbered code to the highest numbered code. Record all codes that are output. It is recommended that you read the codes several times to verify that you have read them correctly. Once you have done this, post a comment to tell me what codes you have and I will tell you what to check on your vehicle.
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