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Obd code 344 light comes on motor dies indication no communication from power train control module let set for 10 minutes communication comes back car will run for another 10 minutes without problems

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P0344 - Camshaft Position Sensor Intermittent - Bank 1 Sensor 1

The Bulletin Number: 18-015-09 involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with new software.

DIAGNOSIS:

Using a Scan Tool (DRBIII® or StarSCAN®) with the appropriate Diagnostic Procedures

available in TechCONNECT, verify all engine systems are functioning as designed. If

DTCs are present record them on the repair order and repair as necessary before

proceeding further with this bulletin.

If the vehicle operator describes or experiences the Symptom/Condition, perform the

Repair Procedure.

PARTS REQUIRED:

Qty. Part No. Description

1 04275086AB Label, Authorized Modification

SPECIAL TOOLS / EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:

VEHICLES UPDATED USING StarSCAN®

NPN Battery Charger

CH9401 StarSCAN® Tool

CH9404D StarSCAN® Vehicle Cable

CH9409 StarSCAN® Documentation Kit

CH9410 StarSCAN® Ethernet Cable, 12 ft.

CH9412 StarSCAN® Software Update Device Kit

TechCONNECT PC or equivalent

VEHICLES UPDATED USING DRBIII®

18-015-09 -2-

NPN Battery Charger

CH2002 General Purpose Interface Bus Cable Assembly

CH6000A Scan Tool (DRBIII®)

CH7000A/7001A J1962 Cable with red DRBIII® connector

TechCONNECT Workstation

REPAIR PROCEDURE - USING StarSCAN AND THE INTERNET TO RETRIEVE THE

FLASH FILE:

1. Reprogram the PCM with the latest software. Follow the detailed service procedures

available in DealerCONNECT/TECHCONNECT, Refer To 8 - Electrical/Electronic

Control Modules/Powertrain Control Module - Standard Procedure PCM/ECM

Programming - Gas.

2. Type the necessary information on the "Authorized Modification Label" p/n

04275086AB and attach it near the VECI label.

REPAIR PROCEDURE FOR DOMESTIC VEHICLES USING DRBIII® AND

DOWNLOADING THE FLASH FILE FROM DealerCONNECT:

NOTE: Whenever a module is reprogrammed, the software in the DRBIII®; must be

programmed with the latest revision level available.

NOTE: If this flash process is interrupted/aborted, the flash process should be

restarted and then follow the directions on the DRBIII®.

1. Before beginning the flash procedure, remove any old flash files from the DRBIII®

memory. To clear the memory from the MAIN MENU:

a. Simultaneously press the "MORE" and "YES" keys.

b. A screen will appear requesting a "COLD BOOT".

c. Follow the on screen instructions by selecting the "F4" key.

d. When the DRBIII® reboots to the MAIN MENU, proceed to Step #2

2. With the ignition switch in the "RUN" position, determine the original part number of the

PCM currently in the vehicle. Using the DRBIII® select:

a. "DRBIII® Standalone".

b. "1998 - 2005 Diagnostics".

c. "All (Except Below)".

d. "Engine".

e. "Module Display".

f. Record the "PCM part #" on the repair order for later reference.

3. Connect the DRBIII® to TechCONNECT. Open TechTOOLS and verify that the

"DRBIII® Status: Connected" message is in the upper right corner of the TechTOOLS

screen.

4. Enter the "PCM part #" recorded in Step #2 in the "Parts Criteria" area and select

"Show Updates". TechTOOLS will populate the appropriate flash file.

5. Select the flash file.

6. Select the "DRBIII" radio button which is next to the "Download/Update" button.

7. Select the "Download/Update" button.

8. Monitor the "Flash Download/Update Progress" window on the TechCONNECT and

follow the instructions on TechCONNECT. When the flash process is complete,

proceed to Step #9.

9. Disconnect the DRBIII® from TechCONNECT.

-3- 18-015-09

10. Open the hood, install a battery charger and verify that the charging rate provides

approximately 13.5 volts.

11. Connect the DRBIII® to the vehicle.

12. Download the flash file from the DRBIII® to the vehicle. Using the DRBIII® select:

a. "Vehicle Flash".

b. Follow the directions on the DRBIII® screen. When the flash process is complete,

proceed to the next step.

13. Reset the "Pinion Factor" as necessary.

14. Perform the transmission Quick Learn Procedure as necessary.

NOTE: Due to the PCM programming procedure, a DTC may be set in other modules

(TCM, BCM, MIC, SKIM, etc.) within the vehicle, if so equipped. Some DTC's

may cause the MIL to illuminate. Check all modules using "Module Scan",

record the DTC's, and erase these DTC's prior to returning the vehicle to the

customer. Erase any DTC's in the PCM only after all other modules have had

their DTC's erased.

NOTE: The following step is required by law.

15. Type the necessary information on the "Authorized Modification Label" p/n

04275086AB and attach near the VECI label.

REPAIR PROCEDURE FOR EXPORT VEHICLES USING DRBIII® AND

DOWNLOADING THE FLASH FILE FROM DealerCONNECT:

NOTE: Whenever a controller is programmed, the software in the DRBIII®; must be

programmed with the latest revision level available.

NOTE: If this flash process is interrupted/aborted, the flash should be restarted and

then follow the directions on the DRBIII®.


Posted on Mar 15, 2011

  • TDISLine
    TDISLine Mar 15, 2011

    1. Before beginning the reprogramming procedure, remove any old flash reprogramming

    files from the DRBIII® memory. To clear the memory from the MAIN MENU:

    a. Simultaneously press the "MORE" and "YES" keys.

    b. A screen will appear requesting a "COLD BOOT".

    c. Follow the on screen instructions by selecting the "F4" key.

    d. When the DRBIII® reboots to the MAIN MENU, proceed to Step #2

    2. With the ignition switch in the "RUN" position, determine the original part number of the

    PCM currently in the vehicle. Using the DRBIII® select:

    a. "DRBIII® Standalone"

    b. "1998 - 2006 Diagnostics"

    c. "All (Except Below)"

    d. "Engine"

    e. "Module Display"

    f. Record the "PCM part #" on the repair order for later reference.

    g. Disconnect the DRBIII® from the vehicle.

    h. Connect the DRBIII® to the ITIL/ISIS PC and NULL modem cable.

    3. Log into DealerCONNECT. Proceed to: XXXXX XXXXX Repair - Flash.

    4. Select vehicle Year, Model, and Engine (YME). Then select the "Submit" button at the

    bottom of the screen.

    5. Compare the calibration part number available for flash reprogramming to the module

    part number recorded earlier. Select the new calibration if applicable.

    18-015-09 -4-

    6. Download the new calibration to the PC.

    7. Using the "DRBIII - WINFLASH II" application on the PC, download the flash

    calibration file to the DRBIII® from the PC.

    8. Disconnect the DRBIII® from the PC and NULL modem cable.

    9. Open the hood, install a battery charger and verify that charging rate provides

    approximately 13.5 volts.

    10. Connect the DRBIII® to the vehicle.

    11. Turn the ignition switch to the "Run" position (engine not running).

    12. Reprogram the PCM by downloading the flash from the DRBIII® to the vehicle. Using

    the DRBIII® select:

    a. "Vehicle Flash"

    b. Follow the directions on the DRBIII® screen. When the flash process is complete,

    proceed to the next step.

    13. Reset the "Pinion Factor" if necessary.

    14. Perform the transmission Quick Learn Procedure if necessary.

    15. Update the Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) or Sentry Key Remote Entry

    Module (SKREEM), Secret Key data if necessary.

    NOTE: Due to the PCM programming procedure, a DTC may be set in other modules

    (TCM, BCM, MIC, SKIM, etc.) within the vehicle, if so equipped. Some DTC's

    may cause the MIL to illuminate. Check all modules using "Module Scan",

    record the DTC's, and erase these DTC's prior to returning the vehicle to the

    customer. Erase any DTC's in the PCM only after all other modules have had

    their DTC's erased.

    NOTE: The following step is required by law when reprogramming a PCM and/or

    TCM.

    16. Type the necessary information on the "Authorized Software Update" label, p/n

    04275086AB and attach near the VECI label.



    files from the DRBIII® memory. To clear the memory from the MAIN MENU:

    a. Simultaneously press the "MORE" and "YES" keys.

    b. A screen will appear requesting a "COLD BOOT".

    c. Follow the on screen instructions by selecting the "F4" key.

    d. When the DRBIII® reboots to the MAIN MENU, proceed to Step #2

    2. With the ignition switch in the "RUN" position, determine the original part number of the

    PCM currently in the vehicle. Using the DRBIII® select:

    a. "DRBIII® Standalone"

    b. "1998 - 2006 Diagnostics"

    c. "All (Except Below)"

    d. "Engine"

    e. "Module Display"

    f. Record the "PCM part #" on the repair order for later reference.

    g. Disconnect the DRBIII® from the vehicle.

    h. Connect the DRBIII® to the ITIL/ISIS PC and NULL modem cable.

    3. Log into DealerCONNECT. Proceed to: XXXXX XXXXX Repair - Flash.

    4. Select vehicle Year, Model, and Engine (YME). Then select the "Submit" button at the

    bottom of the screen.

    5. Compare the calibration part number available for flash reprogramming to the module

    part number recorded earlier. Select the new calibration if applicable.

    18-015-09 -4-

    6. Download the new calibration to the PC.

    7. Using the "DRBIII - WINFLASH II" application on the PC, download the flash

    calibration file to the DRBIII® from the PC.

    8. Disconnect the DRBIII® from the PC and NULL modem cable.

    9. Open the hood, install a battery charger and verify that charging rate provides

    approximately 13.5 volts.

    10. Connect the DRBIII® to the vehicle.

    11. Turn the ignition switch to the "Run" position (engine not running).

    12. Reprogram the PCM by downloading the flash from the DRBIII® to the vehicle. Using

    the DRBIII® select:

    a. "Vehicle Flash"

    b. Follow the directions on the DRBIII® screen. When the flash process is complete,

    proceed to the next step.

    13. Reset the "Pinion Factor" if necessary.

    14. Perform the transmission Quick Learn Procedure if necessary.

    15. Update the Sentry Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) or Sentry Key Remote Entry

    Module (SKREEM), Secret Key data if necessary.

    NOTE: Due to the PCM programming procedure, a DTC may be set in other modules

    (TCM, BCM, MIC, SKIM, etc.) within the vehicle, if so equipped. Some DTC's

    may cause the MIL to illuminate. Check all modules using "Module Scan",

    record the DTC's, and erase these DTC's prior to returning the vehicle to the

    customer. Erase any DTC's in the PCM only after all other modules have had

    their DTC's erased.

    NOTE: The following step is required by law when reprogramming a PCM and/or

    TCM.

    16. Type the necessary information on the "Authorized Software Update" label, p/n

    04275086AB and attach near the VECI label.


  • TDISLine
    TDISLine Mar 15, 2011

    First time check carefully the Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor, the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor and the engine harness. Replace bad CMP & CKP sensors if necessary. In some cases the wires under the manifold were melted. Repair damaged harness if necessary.


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17 - 10 Amp - ABS Control, Back Up Lights, Daytime Running Lights, A/C Heater Control Cavity Fuse Circuits
18 - 20 Amp - Power Amplifier, Horn
19 - 15 Amp - Overhead Console, Garage Door Opener, Trunk, Overhead, Rear Reading, and Visor Vanity Lights, Trunk Release Solenoid, Power Mirrors, Power Door Locks, Body Control Module, Aspirator Motor
20 - 20 Amp - Brake Lights
21 - 10 Amp - Leak Detection Pump, Low Rad Relay, High Rad Relay, A/C Clutch Relay
22 - 10 Amp - Airbag
23 - 30 Amp - Blower Motor, ATC Power Module
24 - 20 Amp - Power Window Motors
25 - 20 Amp - Power Door Lock Motors, Power Seats

Apr 02, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Intrepid

1 Answer

Battery light on dash


The battery light is an indication of some kind of problem with the alternator, most likely a diode problem in the rectifier bridge, this changes AC current to DC current to supply power to the car and charge the battery.

The cruise problem is most likely the cruise control module is failing.

If you have more questions please contact me on this same thread.

Oct 10, 2008 | 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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