Wun Tunn Zoop has a code!

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I dumped the OBDII codes today. It has a couple of codes.

Really four codes.

This is turning into a big learning game. This diesel thing is a whole new ball game for me. Thank goodness for the diesel forums. These guys are great!

Now that I have them logged I am going to clear them first. And anything that shows back up we will tackle as they come along. “One disaster at a time.”

Not a biggie but I dumped the codes at work and this is what I got.

  • P0236 – Turbocharger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance
  • P0251 – Injection Pump Fuel Metering Control ‘A’ Malfunction
  • P0571 – Cruise Control/Brake Switch ‘A’ Circuit Malfunction
  • P1216 – Fuel Solenoid Response Time Too Short

P0236 – Reference DieselPlace Forum

P0251 – Reference DieselPlace Forum

P0571 – Reference Duramax Forum

Switch Test
1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the stop lamp switch.
2. With the brake pedal released, measure for infinite resistance between terminals A and B of the switch.
◊If resistance is measured, replace the switch.
3. With the brake pedal released, measure for less than 1.0 ohm resistance between terminals C and D of the switch.
◊If resistance is not as specified, replace the switch.
4. With the brake pedal applied, measure for less than 1.0 ohm resistance between terminals A and B of the switch.
◊If resistance is not as specified, replace the switch.
5. With the brake pedal applied, measure for infinite resistance between terminals C and D of the switch.
◊If resistance is measured, replace the switch.

Read more: JustAnswer.com

P1216 – Reference DieselPlace Forum

Stay tuned and we will see what is up with these codes.

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