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Chrysler Manufacturer specific trouble Codes

The rules for OBDII require all manufacturers to utilize a set of global/generic trouble codes. This is a partial list of OBDII Manufacturer Specific Trouble Codes for Chrysler. Manufacturers are allowed to use “enhanced/manufacturer specific” powertrain codes that start at P1XXX and go up from there. Inexpensive scan tools usually can’t read enhanced codes. Plus, there are Body “B” codes, Chassis “C” codes, Communication “U” codes that the cheapo units can’t read.

Parts store units usually only read generic powertrain P codes. GM trouble codesSo you could go to a parts store and get a “no code” yet have an enhanced code or a code in another system.

NOTE: NEVER replace a sensor or component simply because that component’s name is mentioned in the trouble code. That’s the single most common DIY mistake. In fact, parts manufacturers tell us that 80% of sensors (especially oxygen sensors) replaced by DIYers are actually good. DIYers simply jump the gun and replace the part, ignoring the possibility that the sensor may be accurately reporting the values it sees, meaning that you have an underlying air/fuel problem

Next, understand that not all code readers are capable of reading all possible codes.The rules for OBDII require all manufacturers to utilize a set of global/generic trouble codes. But manufacturers are also allowed to use “enhanced/manufacturer specific” powertrain codes that start at P1XXX and go up from there. Inexpensive scan tools usually can’t read enhanced codes. Plus, there are Body “B” codes, Chassis “C” codes, Communication “U” codes that the cheapo units can’t read.

Parts store units usually only read generic powertrain P codes. So you could go to a parts store and get a “no code” yet have an enhanced code or a code in another system.

Powertrain codes
P0xxx – Generic
P1xxx – Manufacturer-specific
P2xxx – Generic
P30xx-P33xx – Manufacturer-specific
P34xx-P39xx – Generic

Chassis codes
C0xxx – Generic
C1xxx – Manufacturer-specific
C2xxx – Manufacturer-specific
C3xxx – Generic
Body codes
B0xxx – Generic
B1xxx – Manufacturer-specific
B2xxx – Manufacturer-specific
B3xxx – Generic

Network Communication codes
U0xxx – Generic
U1xxx – Manufacturer-specific
U2xxx – Manufacturer-specific
U3xxx – Generic

OBDII Manufacturer Specific Trouble Codes for Chrysler Starting With P1100 through P1399

P1103….Turbocharger Wastegate Actuator malfunction

P1104….Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid malfunction

P1105….Fuel Pressure Solenoid malfunction

P1195…Catalytic monitor slow upstream O2 sensor

P1196….Slow switching O2 Sensor (Bank 2 Sensor 1) while monitoring catalyst

P1197….Slow switching O2 Sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 2) while monitoring catalyst

P1198….Radiator Temperature Sensor input voltage too high

P1199….Radiator Temperature Sensor input voltage too low

P1281….Engine is cold too long

P1282….Fuel pump relay control circuit

P1283….Idle select signal invalid

P1284….Fuel injection pump voltage out-of-range

P1285….Fuel injection pump controller always on

P1286….Acceleration position sensor supply voltage too high

P1287….Fuel injection pump controller supply voltage low

P1288….Intake manifold Short Runner Tuning Valve Solenoid circuit

P1289….Manifold Tune Valve Solenoid circuit

P1290….Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) system pressure too high

P1291….No temperature rise seen from intake air heaters

P1292….Compressed Natural Gas Pressure Sensor voltage too high

P1293….Compressed Natural Gas Pressure Sensor voltage too low

P1294….Target idle not reached (check idle air control motor)

P1295…No 5 volt reference signal to Throttle Position sensor

P1296….No 5 volt reference signal to MAP sensor

P1297….No change in MAP from start to run

P1298….Lean operation at wide open throttle

P1299….Vacuum leak found (Idle air control fully seated)

P1300….Ignition timing adjustment circuit failure

P1388….Auto shutdown relay control circuit

P1389….No auto shutdown relay output voltage at PCM

P1390….Timing belt skipped 1 tooth or more

P1391….Intermittent loss of crank position or cam position sensor signal

P1398….Misfire adaptive numerator at limit (check crank position sensor)

P1399….Wait to start lamp circuit (diesel)

OBDII Manufacturer Specific Trouble Codes for Chrysler Starting With P1400 through P1899

P1400….Manifold Differential Pressure Sensor

P1403….5-Volt VREF to EGR Sensor Missing

P1475….Auxiliary 5 volt supply is too high

P1476….Too Little Secondary Air Injection

P1477….Too Much Secondary Air Injection

P1478….Battery Temperature Sensor Volts Out of Limit

P1479….Transmission Fan Relay circuit

P1480….PCV Solenoid circuit

P1481….Electronic Automatic Transaxle RPM pulse generator fault

P1482….Catalyst Temperature Sensor circuit shorted low

P1483….Catalyst Temperature Sensor circuit shorted high

P1484….Catalytic Converter overheat detected

P1485….Air Injection Solenoid circuit

P1486….EVAP leak monitor pinched hose found

P1487….High speed radiator fan control relay circuit

P1488….5 volt supply voltage low

P1489….High Speed Fan Control Relay

P1490….Low Speed Fan Relay Circuit

P1491….Radiator Fan Relay Circuit

P1492….Battery Temperature Sensor Voltage Too High

P1493….Battery Temperature Sensor Voltage Too Low

P1494….EVAP LDP Pressure Switch Fault

P1495….EVAP LDP Solenoid Circuit

P1496….5-Volt Supply Output Low

P1498….High Speed Radiator Relay Ground Control

P1498….Auxiliary 5-Volt Supply Output Low

P1500….General Alternator “FR” terminal circuit fault

P1594….Charging system voltage too high

P1595….Speed Control Solenoid circuits

P1596….Speed Control Switch always high

P1597….Speed control switch always low

P1598….A/C pressure sensor voltage too high

P1599….A/C pressure sensor voltage too low

P1680….Clutch Released Switch circuit

P1681….No I/P Cluster CCD/J1850 messages received

P1682….Charging system voltage too low

P1683….Speed control power relay or 12v driver circuit

P1684….Battery disconnected during last 50 starts

P1685….Smart Key Immobilizer Module has received an invalid key

P1686….No Smart Key Immobilizer Module bus message received

P1687….No mechanical instrument cluster bus message

P1688….Internal fuel injection pump controller failure

P1689….No cummunication between ECM & injection pump module

P1690….Fuel injection pump crank sensor does not agree with ECM crank sensor

P1691….Fuel injection pump calibration error

P1692….Fault in companion engine control module

P1693….A companion DTC code was set in both ECM and PCM

P1694….No CCD message received from PCM

P1695….No CCD message from body control module

P1696….PCM failure (replace computer)

P1697….PCM failure (replace computer)

P1698….No CCD message from transaxle to computer (check harness)

P1719….Skip Shift Solenoid circuit

P1740….TCC Solenoid or Overdrive Solenoid performance

P1756….Governor pressure not equal to target at 15-20 psi

P1757….Governor presdure is above 3 psi when 0 psi is requested

P1762….Governor Pressure Sensor offset improper voltage

P1763….Governor Pressure Sensor voltage too high

P1764….Governor Pressure Sensor voltage too low

P1765….Transmissin 12 volt supply relay control circuit

P1899….Park/Neutral switch stuck in Park or gear

 

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