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Obd codes did computer check... comes back with 920, 921, 999, then "no bus".... wtf?

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  • zarafin-inc Jan 03, 2009

    1998 1500 4x4 code 900 920 921 940 950 999

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    • NEED MORE INFO on Vehicle Eng. Size 4by4 2whl drv ??im not finding codes in the 900;s 800's yes give more infe I will help







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  • jay Obie Jun 13, 2013

    these are codes that you find thru the dashboard cluster. I have codes 920, 921 and 999. its a 1999 dodge ram 2500 4x4

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Did computer check.... codes are 920, 921, 950, 999 what is this..... meaning?

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920 is a missing vehicle speed signal from the pcm to your cluster
921 is a missing distance signal from your pcm to your cluster
hope this helps
last time i saw these codes, the pcm was overheating and needed to be replaced

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