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I lost my bus pass how do i get a replacement,

contact the bus company or the local authority that issued it.

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How can I get a replacment bus pass on line

Try the details on the old pass itself. Google

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U110C lost fuel level message. is this something to do with the pcm

Hi Anonymous, Im glad to help!

The U110C is a BUS Message and usually has to do with both PCM and BCM, because its a lose of BUS Signal between the PCM and the BCM.

The first thing I would try is remove the negative battery cable for 20 seconds then replace it. NEXT: Start the engine several times then let idle for 10 to 20 minutes then start it several more times and if the code doesn't return and the check engine light stays out, simple drive it for awhile like you normally would. If the code come right back, below is some common problems.

(1) Communication with BCM is lost / See if you can communicate with the BCM.
(2) PCI Bus Circuit open between PCM and BCM / Check the positive and negative bus signal at both the PCM and BCM.
(3) BCM
(4) PCM
(5) Fuel Level Bus Message is missing

Obviously, all these issues must be tested to see which one is causing the problem. BUT first try the battery cable removal and see what happens.

Let me know the out come and I'll try to help further.
Hope this helps and have an awesome day!

Sep 28, 2014 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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Intermittent charging

Sounds as if the voltage regulator is going bad. Most are now located on or inside the alternator itself. Passing the test with the problem being intermittent makes a case for the regulator. I suggest getting a regulator, or replace the alternator with a friends if you have one whose model will fit.

Jul 28, 2017 | 2004 Ford Crown Victoria

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B2100= ignition run/start input circuit performance u0126= lost communication with steering u0114= lost communication with final drive output module (2times) u110a= lost communication with SCM-CAN-C ...

no year stated, are you kidding?
good luck fixing this. not at dealer, or a real ASE shop.
wow, 2, does car run perfectly, gee, that be #1 right?

can bus errors.
what you can do is.:
  1. test all fuses.
  2. charge car battery up to 12.6vdc rested, !!!
  3. clear them all with scan tool do they come back? yes?/no?
  4. unplug battery for 1 hours, (neg lug off only) and put back
  5. fixed?
  6. unplug all modules (up to 11) 1 by one, battery unplugged. and see that connector looks clean, and put it back.
  7. or unplug one , see if some errors clear. and only module unplugged is now in error,
  8. The can-buss is shared highway, and has 1 lane. so if one module takes a dump on it, the others cant talk on said bus.
  9. That means its hard to find, unless you take a class in CAN-BUS 101. how to diagnose it.
  10. go to a real shop with ASE badge on sleeve and gray side burns, and win, a real mech, wont make excuses but In fact most shop do not have the powerful scan tool jeep has. not nearly. Find a shop that can diagnose CAN-BUS, if they go , what's that, MOVE ON !

Dec 04, 2010 | Jeep Commander Cars & Trucks

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Motor turns over does not start ,lcd read out says ( NO BUS)

No bus means the computer is not talking it has lost commnication with other computers and sensors, the first thing to do is check all your fuses if they are all good then check the battery connection and also the postive cable from battery to fuse/ relay box in engine compartment, make sure they are tight and clean if all is good then you may have a bad computer but i would have a tech diagnose this before just replace the ecm.

Jul 10, 2010 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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What does no bus mean

Means the cluster has lost communication with other modules. It uses bus wires to share info with PCM, TCM, etc.

Jul 10, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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