Question about 1998 Dodge Intrepid
It first started when the car would turn on for about 2 secs then shut itself off, after about 3 to 4 attempts the car would not crank over at all.. when it finally would crank then my gauges & a/c stopped working..when i ran the self test by clicking forward three times the ignition key i recieved the following codes p1684 ,p1289 ,p1698 ,p1695 , p1687.. i then disconnected the negative post on my battery overnight , the following day reconnected and all seemd fine everything worked (gauges & a/c) .. well the next day it started doing the exact same thing all over again , now it will start but i have no gauges working & my a/c also stopped working ..seems to be driving normally , no hesitation or stalling , i did notice that when first turned on the check engine light will come on after about 30 secs followed by my factory alarm light (ontop dash) will light up as well and stay lit continuously , it had never had done that before .. also i am not getting any error codes at all using the self key test ..also since my a/c isn't working i do not know if my fans will turn on ..i haven't heard them activate at all ..one final note when i click the key forward all the lights on my display panel will light up except the check engine light ...but that one will turn on after about 30 sec's of idling... could it be that i have a bad BCM/PCM/TCM?? which one though since i am not getting any error codes anymore...or could my factory alarm create this kind of problem..
any help will be appreciated
You may want to take this car to a competent mechanic for dianosis before swapping parts. Most cars built after 1996 have multiplexed wiring which is not exactly easy to fix and you can spend a lot of time and money fixing the wrong things. Other than that, you may want to make sure the ground straps on the engine, as well as the battery cables, are clean, tight and in good condition. Battery cables only last about four or five years on the average car, which is about as long as a battery does.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Both codes you have listed are CCD bus communication faults. I find it very unlikely that the ignition switch is the problem. The first thing I would check is the two 10-way connectors located below the battery tray, one gray and one black. What typically happens is that the battery leaks and drips onto these connectors. The "bus" wires also pass through these connectors. I would recommend a thorough inspection of the connectors, even the back portion where the seal is. Clean with electrical contact cleaner and apply a thin coat of dielectric grease. Also check the wires around the connectors to make sure they have not melted together.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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These codes are part of a loss of communication between power control Module and transmission.
It is advised to go to dealer and have the computer re flashed.
Control Module and the Power Control Module is lost. Sometimes this happens when a PCM, or TCM is replaced without being flashed, a bad connection at the PCM, TCM, or a bad TCM.
Was the battery disconnected at all?
Was the truck jumped or did truck give a jump to someone?
Let me know, Lee
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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