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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0232 indicates that the powertrain control module (PCM) detected the FPM circuit voltage was high when the fuel pump was commanded off. The FPM circuit is wired to a pull-up voltage inside the PCM. The FPM circuit will go high if, with the key on and the fuel pump commanded off, the FPM/FP PWR circuit loses its path to ground through the fuel pump. The FPM circuit will also be high if the FPM/FP PWR circuit is shorted to power.
Inertia fuel shutoff (IFS) switch not reset or electrically open.
Open circuit between the fuel pump and FPM circuit connection to the FP PWR circuit.
Poor fuel pump ground.
Fuel pump electrically open.
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0102 indicates the MAF sensor signal went below 0.39 volt (refer to Voltage to Mass Air Flow Conversion Table at beginning of this Pinpoint Test) sometime during normal engine operation (Continuous) or during Key On Engine Running (KOER) Self-Test.
Did you have the MAF unplugged?
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
All three of the codes have to do with your Throttle Actuator Control System:
P2104- Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Idle
P2111- PCM indicates the throttle plate is at a greater angle then commanded
P2112- Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Closed
Possible Causes: Possible causes:
Binding in the Throttle Body, Stuck open,
TAC Motor circuit are cross wired
TAC Motor harness circuits are shorted together
Damaged PCM unit.
Posted on May 25, 2009
When they left the air filter out debris may have got into the MAF sensor(mas air flow). There is a fine screen inside the sensor housing that will heat up and measures how fast the screen is cooling to read the amount of air going to the throttle body. If debris got on this screen the sensor might have been damaged. You can try and disconnect the air intake piping and remove the MAF and see if you can clear out any debris with VERY LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSED AIR. Make sure to blow the opposite direction of the air flow. Do not touch anything internally on the MAF with your hands. You might want to use a straw and your own lungs to try and clear any debris. If that does not work the MAF might need to be replaced. I would definently return to the place that serviced the vehicle and have them fix it!
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
the MAF is usually located on the snorkel ( hose connecting the air box to the throttle body) should be closer to the air box. 4-5 wire connector. square shaped. clean with brake parts cleaner or carb cleaner, something that evaporates fast. sometimes cleaning it works but not always.not sure on the vaf. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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