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I have a Pentair pool heater. E04 code

I have a Pentair pool heater. I am getting the error code E04, this is Fan Failure. Does this mean the fan needs to be replaced? If so I only see what is called the blower on the parts break down, is that the fan they speak of?

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  • doleary2 May 07, 2010

    It looks like it sits in front of what they call the heat exchanger

  • doleary2 May 07, 2010

    It looks like it sits in front of what they call the heat exchanger


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Should be the coolant fan thats in front of the raidiator

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1. Cycle the ignition key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within 5 seconds. To cycle the ignition key ON means to turn it only as far as it takes to get the radio to come on. It does not mean to turn the engine on.

2. Count the number of times the "check engine" lamp on the instrument panel flashes on and off. The number of flashes represents the code. There is a slight pause between the flashes representing the first and second digits of the code. Longer pauses separate individual codes. For example, flash-flash-flash [pause] flash-flash represents the code 32.

A code of "55" represents end of error codes. If this is all you get then no error codes are stored in the computer. This is the normal condition for a neon.
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11 Timing belt skipped 1 tooth or more from initial learned value, Intermittent loss of either camshaft or crankshaft position sensor, No crank reference signal detected during engine cranking
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13 No change in MAP from start to run
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15 No vehicle speed sensor signal
17 Closed loop temp not reached or engine cold too long
21 02s sensor problem (oxygen sensor), upstream or down stream
22 Engine coolant temp sensor out of range
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24 Throttle Position sensor out of range
25 Idle air control motor circuits, target idle not reached (+/- 200),vacuum leak found
27 Injector control circuit
31 Evap purge flow monitor failure or evap solenoid circuit
32 EGR system failure
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35 Rad Fan control relay circuit
37 Torque converter clutch solenoid CKT or park/neutral switch failure
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42 Fuel pump relay control ckt, Auto shutdown relay control ckt, No ASD relay output voltage at PCM, Fuel level sending unit volts out of range, Fuel level unit No change over miles
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44 Battery temp sensor volts out of range
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63 PCM Failure EEPROM write denied
64 Catalytic Converter Efficiency Failure
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This is partly an answer to part of your question, and part clarification request

According to: the U1073 SCP is defined as:
"U1073 SCP (J1850) Invalid or Missing Data for Engine Coolant PCM REFER to Powertrain Control/Emissions Diagnosis (PC/ED) manual"

Okay.... I need to research what exactly the above means, but I also need a little more information from you.
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  • How did the overheating occur (stopped at idle, going down the road, A/C on or off?), and how drastic was it? (i.e.: Was there loss of engine oil, any significant smoking or steam out of the engine bay, significant loss of power?)
  • Do you know what caused it to overheat? (Low coolant, fan failure, broken belt, water pump problem, stuck thermostat)
  • What prompted you to change the temp sensor?
  • Is it an electric or engine driven radiator fan?
The way you describe the situation now, without considering the code, it sounds like the radiator fan is not moving enough air across the radiator to remove heat from the coolant. Turning the heater on causes the heater core to act as a kind of substirute radiator and thus lowering the engine temp. This can be verified, if the truck is driveable, by going down some open road with the heater on to cool the engine, switching off the heater and then see if the temp comes back up while moving at least 30 mph or if it stays down. If it stays down while moving, try stopping and idling for a couple of minutes and see if the temp then goes hot... If so, the fan is not working as it should and should be looked at. Don't let it get too hot, and see if you can get it to an AutoZone to have them perform a free diagnostic scan and see what OBD-II trouble codes are set.

Get back to me by posting a comment to your problem with whatever further information you can gather and also by sending me an e-mail at so that I'll know to check that information, and in the meantime I'll check with some of my Ford tech friends as to the signicance of the U1073 SCP code.


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