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    felo72 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Trouble Code Hell!!!

    Hey guys, newbie to this forum. I'm trying to fix my father-in-laws 95 STS before I sell it for him. I pulled the codes tonight and about fell over because of how many there were. In order to get the codes, I also had to remove the battery and charge it for him. I've gotten the definition for every code, and started to look up the fix for some, but wanted to get some opinions if I fix one, will another go away? Any help you guys could give would be great!

    I032- Loss of ABS/TCS Data (???- how do I get this back?)
    I052- Keep alive memory error (???)
    P036- EGR valve pintle position out of range
    P052- PCM memory reset (???)
    P056- Transmission input speed sensor
    P061- Cruise vent solenoid problem
    P109- Keep alive memory - reser/PCM has lost primary battery power (???)
    P137- Loss of TCS data (???)

    How do I get the TCS or PCM memory problems fixed?

    Thanks in advance,
    Chris

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    Trench is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: Trouble Code Hell!!!

    Do the codes Say "CURRENT" or "HISTORY" after them?

    If they say history then there is little need to worry. Especially since you removed the battery. Doing so can cause a whole slew of codes to be throwed. They all go to History, though.

    I think I had roughly 20 History Codes after my battery died.

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    Re: Trouble Code Hell!!!

    I032- Loss of ABS/TCS Data (???- how do I get this back?)
    Could be from the battery dieing... but i doubt it... Probably something wrong with the connection.

    I052- Keep alive memory error (???)
    This one's from pulling out the battery. Don't worry about it.

    P036- EGR valve pintle position out of range
    This thread should help: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...egr-valve.html

    P052- PCM memory reset (???)
    Also from pulling out the battery. Don't worry about it.

    P056- Transmission input speed sensor
    This is one to look into. It's probably not from pulling out the battery.

    P061- Cruise vent solenoid problem
    This is one to look into. It's probably not from pulling out the battery.

    P109- Keep alive memory - reser/PCM has lost primary battery power (???)
    Also from pulling out the battery. Don't worry about it.

    P137- Loss of TCS data (???)
    Could be from pulling out the battery, but i doubt it. probably the connection



    I personally dont look at if the codes are History or Current, because despite that label, it was a problem at one point in time, and it should be inspected either way.

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    Re: Trouble Code Hell!!!

    When battery voltage goes low it throws false codes. How many?...varies each time. The changing of the battery should have cleared them all but it didn't.
    They are meaningless. The sensors see the low voltage and think they have a problem. The only problem is the low voltage from the battery.

    Clear them, drive the car and see if any reset. Those will have meaning.

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