: codes codes and more codes



Hason560
11-15-05, 08:13 PM
Okay i know some of you out there are sick of figuring out everyones codes but the fact is some of you know or have the resources and some of us dont. well im one of the one that dont so im sorry if im a pain. first let me exsplain whats going on. my service traction control and my brake light come on when i start the car and it tells me to check brake level fluid, sound simple... okay it full, so i change the level sensor, makes sence to me but it didnt work so i changed it again lol it was free from caddy so why not, still doesnt work. no i have no idea where to go next. okay well here are all the codes i could get it to cough up
PC0603
TC0083
RS0044
RS0028
pz2470
PZ2471
PZ2473
PZ2719
pz2056
PZ2152
okay thats all about half and half current to history but i would like to know them all if anyones knows. also on a side note my cooling fans stoped working and when i checked the fuse it hadnot poped but had melted and kinda melted part of the block where i cant put a new fuse in. any one have this happen or have any ideas what caused it. when i get a new fuse block i will see if the fans work but i cant see a faulty fan melting a fuse. anyway thanks for the help

Ranger
11-15-05, 09:31 PM
Ask and ye shall receive.

http://myweb.accessus.net/~090/dtcobd2.html

Now you too have access.

Has anyone replaced the fan fuse with a larger one? it should have failed long before anything else melted.

Hason560
11-16-05, 07:34 AM
no it had the original 50 amp maxi fuse. ive tried using that site before but the codes i have are not listed there anywhere. if im mistakin please coreect me and exsplain what im doing wrong. all those codes are to short.

JimD
11-16-05, 08:52 AM
Just drop the 2nd letter and you should be good to go.

For example; your PZ0603 becomes P0603 which is Control Module Long Term Memory Reset.

The final standard for OBDII codes became one letter followed by 4 digits.

mcowden
11-16-05, 10:04 AM
Just drop the 2nd letter and you should be good to go.
For example; your PZ0603 becomes P0603 which is Control Module Long Term Memory Reset.
The final standard for OBDII codes became one letter followed by 4 digits.

It doesn't really work that way. PZ codes seem to translate to B codes. PCxxxx maps to Pxxxx. IPxxxx goes to something else, etc. PC0603 would translate to P0603, but PZ0603 would map to B0603.

Hason560
11-16-05, 06:22 PM
okay so where does that leave us? im not sure if i missed something there or not lol