I took it in anyway to see if any codes had stored, and this time, the dealership found a C0265 code. We are staffed with experienced sales consultants and factory trained technicians. If test light illuminates, go to step 5. Wiggle the harness to attempt to recreate the fault. I am here with the same problem with our 2001 Blazer. But the fact that lights come on intermittently, what do you think is wrong? Yesterday, Sunday, it came back on only this time, the red brake light came on too. Is resistance less than 5 ohms? Anyway, I will try to see if I can find a way to remove the torx screws and hopefully get them out.
Repair open in battery positive voltage circuit. The location for those of you that are interested is behind the Driver's Head light on the S-10 models and under the driver's door on the frame rail on full size Trucks. Install the bolt, ground connection eyelet and star washer on one side of the rail and the other star washer and nut on the other side. Fuel economy calculations based on original manufacturer data for trim engine configuration. Check out the diagrams Below.
So I disconnected the ground connection, cleaned the metal chassis connection point, cleaned and scrubbed the ground lug, and then re-screwed back, but this time, I secured it with a lockwasher and a nut for good measure. Can I get a description on where this ground can be found? Test drive again, park and repeat the bleeding process until brakes are firm. It will flex a bit for more room. I am trying to look without a lift but I didn't see any wires on either frame rail under either of the doors. After repairs, go to step 10. .
If the brake pedal remains firm, then you succeeded in removing any air left in the system, and you're done! Torque the nut to 79 in. When you are confident all the air is out of the lines, connect the vehicle's battery and start the engine, keeping the vehicle stationary. Step 3: Perform an injector buzz click test with a scan tool. I see what you mean. Using scan tool, perform tire size calibration procedure and trim level calibration procedure if applicable.
Now get a bolt, two star washers and a nut. The module that is flashing is the one you are going to check. Thanks also to Ricksza who pointed me in the right direction of the G110 Ground location. Connect a test light between the battery positive voltage circuit and a good ground. I am going to go back and look more now that I have confirmed it is supposed to be on the drivers side but I wanted to see if anybody has more info. Fuel Moto does not offer technical support for diagnostic trouble codes.
This morning, Monday, when it was started to take it back to the dealership, both lights went out and stayed out. Part number of module will be displayed. Restoring the integrity of the ground should eliminate all the problems. I am trying to look without a lift but I didn't see any wires on either frame rail under either of the doors. What needs to be done is either get a new module, but they are very expensive. There are many places on Ebay that will do this for you for less that 100 dollars.
Here is a guide to help you test the relay Here is what the book says with the wiring and relay locations. Did any of the injector circuit codes come back? Step 4: Unplug injector associated with code, and visually inspect pins for corrosion. If resistance reading is infinite, go to step 9. You ship the part, they fix and send back. If the pedal begins to feel soft or spongy, park the vehicle and manually bleed the brakes again. If connections are okay, go to next step. Push the odometer reset button again to view additional codes if they exist.
I have a Modis that will do it, but this whole process is such a pain I have held off and lived with it. Please note that this does not require you to purchase the product. If the code is current it will reappear. I did the prescribed repair and it only lasted a short time before the lights come back on. During this test, the controller runs the pump motor and briefly operates all of the valves.