replace your MAF sensor.
Were you able to fix this? I have 5 codes on my 2000 Mazda millenia and 4 of them are same as above :-)The codes I have are:- P0173P0431 P0105P1173P0170 The last repair shop i went told me that it could be a vacuum leak... I am yet to fix these......
typemake, model, code into your computer .i have a list of codes and there is no p1105 code, clear your machine and try again
Jumper wire between te1 and e1 terminals ,binary code reads out as flashes on engine fault light.
flashing check engine lite means do not drive, or you risk permanent engine damage. you need to get the codes scanned
Hey DJ==No. Go to your local Auto Zone and they will read thm for free. GoodluckJoe
NO. if you replace the fuel filter, it will have NO effect on the flashing ce lite. how bout get the codes scanned, and THEN see why it is flashing? using the guess method to diagnose a problem with the millenia doesnt work
conect the ten pen and ground pin on the diagnostic tester with a jumper wire and turn on ignition do not start count the flashes from engine light to get the codes.
P1601 code means there is an error on the Powertrain Control Module Communication Line to TCM PO325 code means there is a fault in the Knock sensor circuit
Go to www.banzai-racing.com , it will tell you how to get the error codes and what they are.
Hate to answer my own question. You need to connect a jumper wire between a+ b terminals on the plug under the dash. The "a" is top right and "b" is the next terminal to left. Then you will get "12" code which means you are talking to the computer. Then you will receive all the stored codes.
If it is OBD 1, yes.
No, you can jumper two of the pins on the data port and the dashboard will flash any stored codes, but you had better know which pins to jump. GM code readers that you can buy from auto parts retailers have the jumper plug and a list of error codes for reference.
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all ecu codes are posted at mx6.com and probetalk.com
first, log the date of the codes, then erase them. they may stay off for a long time. if they do, and then come back, that means your precats are dying. each time, the interval will be less and less. when it gets down to about a week, change the precats. some will say change the post cat sensor. this rarely works, and is not worth the effort.
OBDII codes are cleared with a scan Tool. I recently had 3 vehicles with the CEL/SES on. Although a parts store read the codes for me and I affected the repairs, I still needed a OBD2 Scan Tool to clear the codes. I purchased AutoEngnuity's ($250 with tax)OBD2 PC-based Scan Tool software online which comes with an OBD2 interface module (USB, or RS232) to connect to the vehicle. The device has already paid for itself, and it can do more than just read, and clear codes.
There are several paint codes for a 2004 Mazda Bongo, for example, A2W is the code for cool white, 22V is for sunlight silver metallic, and 27C is the code for Nordic green mica.
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First you have to know carbureted of EFI and what year? go to web site for more information. http://www.troublecodes.net/mazda/ These are for OBDI codes. If you need OBDII codes they are different. Hope this helps.
Use a code reader, scanner or jumper the OBD2 connector terminals. (Connector located under lower edge of dash at steering column). You will need a pin chart and then retreve the codes manually. Best to get the manual of find someone who has access to a shop repair manual.
there are many codes to refer to. Pick up a Haynes repair manual and they are all listed inside.
You need OBD2 reader or scanner to get the codes
go to autozone, they do it for free and print out codes, otherwise buy an obdII scanner.