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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 Dodge Caravan posts trouble
The p1698 code is for the (bus) that is how the computers commmunicate with each other and also how the scan tool talks to the computers.
There is a common problem with these vans, that would be a good place to start. The battery will leak acid onto the wires underneath the battery. If you remove the battery and battery tray you will be able to see the large wiring harness under the battery. Inspect all of the wires underneath the battery for damage.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: engine check light
It means that it didn't receive a signal from the transmision module.
Have your transmission control module checked.
To reset your engine codes:
Remove the negative terminal of your battery (10mm wrench).
Turn your ignition key to START and hold it there for about 15 seconds.
Turn your ignition key to OFF and remove it.
Connect the negative terminal of your battery.
TCM (Trans control Module)
(electronic transmission control module)
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
P1698 = DRB display of: No CCD Messages from the TCM (Transmission Control Module) = No messages received from the TCM.
Basically the Transmission is not sending information or enough information to your Power Control Module. P0171 = DRB display of: Right Rear/or just Fuel System Lean (not enough) = A lean air/fuel mixture has been indicated by an abnormally rich connection factor. Either too much Air or not enough Fuel.
On the Transmission issue:
1. Check the Transmission Control Relay in the IPM (fuse box under the hood). On the cover should be the identification of where each relay is. This Relay may be bad. Does your Horn work? The Horn Relay and Transmision Control Relays should be the same. Change the Horn Relay and the Transmission Control Relay. Try your Horn now. Not working? The Relay is bad. If this is not the problem GO TO #2.
2. Check your Transmision Fluid ...Level?
3. When was the last time the fluid and filter were changed?.
4. Check the connection of the wiring harness to the Transmission Solenoid. Loosen the bolt (believe it is 8mm) holding down the wiring harness to the solenoid and pull up/off the connection. Check the wiring for connections, corrosion, pitting or burn marks.
On the Fuel Issue: there are many possibilities. Some are:
1. What gas was put in last? Using old gas (from a gas can) can cause this.
2. When was the last fuel filter changed?
3. When were the Fuel Injectors tested?
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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