Browse by Tags

Info

Info
A description has not yet been added to this group.
Results for diagnostic trouble codes
View more results: All Community | Info | DIY Dialog
  • Forum Reply: RE: Strange engine miss

    You can look up your vehicle's make/model at ChiltonDIY.com . There you can browse the table of contents to see what is covered before purchasing. Subscribers can view, print, and save from the repair procedures, adjustments, specifications, technical service bulletins, diagnostics, maintenance intervals...
  • Forum Reply: RE: Ticking sound

    Sorry to hear that! You can look up your vehicle's make/model at www.ChiltonDIY.com. There you can browse the table of contents before purchasing the online manual. Click or tap the plus signs to reveal the subheadings. Subscribe to view, print, and save from the repair procedures, specifications...
  • Forum Reply: RE: 1997 GMC Jimmy SLE 4x4

    Recheck your repair work on the wiring. If you pulled on the wire harness, recheck all the wires! Then move on to diagnose your 4X4 problem. A scan tool can assist you in diagnosing the transfer case shift problem. Try tapping on the shift motor, if it engages, chances are you have a bad transfer case...
  • Forum Reply: RE: 03 ford explorer xlt 4.0 - from Eric

    Hi Eric. Scan your vehicle's computer for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), this might help you pin down the problem. If there are no DTCs related to the symptoms, check out the section "What to do when there are no DTCs" for troubleshooting charts and checks. Use the navigation tree...
  • Forum Reply: RE: 2003 dodge mini van - stalls - from Stephanie

    Hi Stephanie. It could be the fuel pump. Have you checked for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs)? Your vehicle's computer stores these codes when it detects an issue. A trouble code can help determine the source of the problem. ChiltonDIY for your minivan deciphers the DTCs and helps with troubleshooting...
  • Forum Reply: RE: Alarm/key symbol came on and the car would not start - from Shirley

    Hi Shirley! If your fuel pump is bad, a fuel pressure test will confirm the problem. But you may have a faulty immobilizer system. Has the vehicle's immobilizer system been scanned for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and checked out?