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1998 dodge diesel 24v ,1693 engine code

Engine goes into idle mode after about 2 miles of operation when it is cold. If you attempt to accelerate it will die. Starts right up, but idle only. The throttle position sensor has been replaced. No change. The 1693 code indicates dtc"s in either the pcm or the ecm. Since I am having an engine running problem, I assume the code is in the ecm. Is the code telling me I need to replace the ecm?

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Yes .
still i will provide you the link
for this type of problems
http://www.automotix.net/autorepair/repairtips/

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

  • tech expert12 Aug 14, 2008

    this link will guide you prperly just go through it. as it is sure to replace the ECM. still go through it.

  • tech expert12 Aug 14, 2008

    pls do rate the solution.

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