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 Post subject: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:51 pm 
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i was chasing the list of what DTC number means what fault for a EB series 1. they old way of checking DTC's (earthing out connector near booster, bridge terminals with LED test light) not series 2 scan tool codes.

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:01 pm 
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FORD FALCON EA - EBl 3.9L (P Engine) 1988 - 92 EEC IV Engine Management System
Includes Utility, Van, Fairmont, Fairlane NA & NC, LTD DA & DC6 (Models with Multi Point Injection)

Fault Codes

The Fault Codes are organised into Two Groups.
1. One Set of Fault Codes are displayed in the "Key On, Engine Off" (KOEO) Mode.
2. The Other Set of Fault Codes are displayed in the "Key On, Engine Running" (KOER) Mode.

If, the Vehicle has the Battery disconnected for a period of time, OR
If any of the Engine Management Components are replaced;
The Keep Alive Memory WILL be affected and will have Incorrect Settings.
The ECM will need its KAM reassigned in order to relearn its program.



Fault Code Identification

There are altogether Five Service Code Types.
1. Fast Codes
(These appear very fast and are of NO value unless you are using a Data Scanner.)
2. ECM Identification Code
3. Hard Codes
(Current Faults.)
4. Separator Codes
5. Memory Codes
(Faults stored in memory from the Previous 20 Engine Warm-up / Run Cycles).



Intermittent Fault Codes
For checking of Faults that may be of an Intermittent Nature.
Connect LED Test Lamp to the Diagnostic Connector
Do NOT connect the Self Test Jumper.

Proceed to;
Wiggle all Connectors.
Wiggle all associated Wiring Harnesses.
Operate all Moving Sensors.



If a Fault is detected by the ECM.
It will cause the LED to Glow or Flash.
The Fault Codes will be written to the ECM.
Extract Codes by the following steps.

The Fault Codes will appear in this Sequence:
KOEO Mode:
Fast Codes
Hard Codes
Separator Code (10)
Memory Codes

KOER Mode:
ECM ID Code
Fast Codes
Hard Codes.



The Fault Codes can be read by use of:

1. An Analogue Multimeter (Set to 0 to 20 Volts DC)
2. A Digital Multimeter with a Bar Graph on the display (Set to 0 to 20 Volts DC)
3. A Test Light.

The Fault Codes are read as Pulses or Strong Fluctuations of the Multimeter Needle.
Each Pulse is 0.5 Seconds long.
The Interval between Tens and Single Units is 2.0 Seconds.
The Interval between Fault Codes is 4.0 Seconds.

After the Hard Codes have been displayed;
There is an Interval of 6.0 Seconds.

Followed by a Separator Code.

After the Separator Code;
There is an Interval of 6.0 Seconds

The Memory Codes are then displayed.
(KOEO Mode only).
(Again, there is an Interval of 4.0 Seconds between Codes).

Code Repeat
The Hard Codes and Memory Codes will ONLY be repeated Once.

To activate the Self Test again;
Switch Ignition OFF for more than 15 Seconds.



Fault Code Erasure
Disconnect Jumper Wire (Self Test Input) between Diagnostic Connectors.
Turn Ignition OFF for 10 Seconds
Connect Jumper Wire (Self Test Input) between Diagnostic Connectors
While Fault Codes are Flashing;
Remove Jumper Wire.

Retest Codes for successful Erasure.
Code 11 (System Pass)
Should be seen on both Hard and Memory Codes.

Fault Code Extraction
Connect Test Equipment to Diagnostic Connectors.

Ignition to ON
Read KOEO Codes
Ignition to OFF
Start Engine
Read KOER Codes



If vehicle stalls or is hard to start, see Problems.

Fault Code Table

Code # Circuit and Status
10 Separator Code

11 System Pass

12 Fast Idle RPM
Out of Range

13 Low Idle RPM
Out of Range

14 PIP Signal
Out of Range

15 ROM or KAM Test Fail

16 RPM Too Low for Fuel Test



19 ECM Power Supply Low
(MPFI)

20 ECM ID
3.9 MPFI Manual

21 ECT Sensor
Out of Range

22 MAP Sensor
Out of Range



23 TP Sensor
Out of Range

24 Air Temperature Sensor
Out of Range

30 ECM ID
3.9 MPFI Automatic

40 ECM ID
3.9 CFI Manual

41 Oxygen Sensor Signal Low

42 Oxygen Sensor Signal High

50 ECM ID
3.9 CFI Automatic

51 ECT Sensor Voltage too High

52 Power Steering Switch Open

53 TP Voltage too High

54 ACT Voltage too High

55 ECM Power Supply LOW
CFI

58 Idle Tracking Switch - Out of Range
CFI - KOER

60 ECM ID
3.2 CFI Manual

61 ECT Voltage too Low

63 TP Voltage too Low

64 ACT Voltage too Low

67 A/C is ON or Neutral / Park Switch in Gear

68 Idle Tracking Switch - Out of Range
CFI - KOEO

70 ECM ID
3.2 CFI Automatic

78 Interrupted Power Supply to Key Circuit

85 Canister Purge Signal
Out of Range

87 Fuel Pump Relay Signal
Out of Range

99 Idle Speed Compensation
Not in Memory

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:23 pm 
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Geez that's a bit vague! any more details dude :shock: :shock: if that don't help :?: :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:46 pm 
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vague, NOT,

you need to count the seconds between flashes, it tells you the time the flashes are,

Its in the details, But you do have to read carefully, maybe read it 2 or 3 times, its not that hard

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:47 pm 
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THANK YOU! thats exactly what i wanted. so copying and pasting that!

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:07 pm 
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If you need any more mate let me know, transmission or the sorts, I offered to do them up to have as a sticky but no mods replied

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:55 am 
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really? it'd help out the EA-EBs1 owners.

how do you check the transmission for codes?

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:53 pm 
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btw I was being sarcastic there! I thought it was obviously a great bloody list !!

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:10 pm 
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Here is some for the climate control and air con

FORD FALCON / FAIRLANE / LTD 1988 - 98 Automatic Climate Control Air Conditioning
Fault Code Procedures

Self Diagnosis:

To initiate Self Test;

1. Engine at Operating Temperature

2. EA - ED
Hold the FLOOR Button and


EF - EL

Hold the MODE Button and

3. Press the OFF Button

4. Release Both Buttons Together.

5. Any Error Codes held in memory will appear on the Display Panel.


To Display the next Error Code:

Push the AUTO Button.


To Terminate Self Test:

Press AUTO.


Fault Code Erasure:

To clear Error Code Memory;
Initiate Self Test Twice.


Fault Codes:


Code # Fault Description and Comment
E1 Electronic Control Unit Faulty

RAM Air to Windscreen


E2 Blend Door Movement Out of Range
(Obstruction of Blend Door)

Check for Disconnected or Faulty Wiring,


E3 Cabin Temperature Sensor Open Circuit

Disconnected or defective Cabin Sensor


E4 Solar Load Sensor Short Circuit

Short in Sensor or Wiring


E5 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Open Circuit

Disconnected or Defective Sensor


E6 Evaporator Temperature Sensor Open Circuit

Disconnected or Defective Sensor.
A/C Clutch will not engage


E7 Engine Temperature Sensor Open Circuit
Disconnected or Defective Sensor

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:31 pm 
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awesome. your a top bloke!

how do you manually check for codes on a EB2-ED? like without a scan tool

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:56 pm 
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FORD FALCON EBII & ED 4.0L (H Engine) 1993-94 EEC IV Engine Management System
FORD FAIRLANE NC & NCII, LTD DC & DCII 1993-94 and XG Utility and Van 1993-96

Fault Codes

The Fault Codes are organised into Two Groups.

1. One Set of Fault Codes are displayed in the "Key On, Engine Off" (KOEO) Mode.
2. The Other Set of Fault Codes are displayed in the "Key On, Engine Running" (KOER) Mode.



See Keep Alive Memory.



Fault Code Identification

There are altogether Four Service Code Types.
1. Fast Codes
(These appear very fast and are of NO value unless you are using a Data Scanner.)
2. Hard Codes
(Current Faults.)
3. Separator Codes
4. Memory Codes
(Faults stored in memory from the Previous 20 Engine Warm-up / Run Cycles).



Intermittent Fault Codes



For checking of Faults that may be of an Intermittent Nature.

Connect LED Test Lamp between ENG STO and Ground on the Diagnostic Connector.

Do NOT connect the Self Test Jumper.

Proceed to;

Wiggle all Connectors.

Wiggle all associated Wiring Harnesses.

Operate all Moving Sensors.

If a Fault is detected by the ECM.

It will cause the LED to Glow or Flash.

The Fault Codes will be written to the ECM.

Extract codes by the following steps.



The Fault Codes will appear in this Sequence:

KOEO Mode:

Fast Codes

Hard Codes

Separator Code (10)

Memory Codes

KOER Mode:

Fast Codes

Hard Codes.



The Fault Codes can be read by use of:
1. An Analogue Multimeter (Set to 0 to 20 Volts DC)
2. A Digital Multimeter with a bar graph on the display (Set to 0 to 20 Volts DC)
3. A Test Light.

The Fault Codes are read as Pulses or Strong Fluctuations of the Multimeter Needle.

Each Pulse is 0.5 Seconds long.

The Interval between Tens and Single Units is 2.0 Seconds.

The Interval between Fault Codes is 4.0 Seconds.

After the Hard Codes have been displayed;

There is an Interval of 6.0 Seconds.

Followed by a Separator Code.

After the Separator Code;

There is an Interval of 6.0 Seconds

The Memory Codes are then displayed.

(KOEO mode only).

(Again, there is an Interval of 4.0 Seconds between Codes).



Code Repeat

The Hard Codes and Memory Codes will ONLY be repeated Once.

To activate the Self Test again;

Switch Ignition OFF for more than 15 Seconds.

Fault Code Erasure

1. Turn ignition off for at least 10 seconds.

2. Reactivate Fault Code Extraction.

3. As soon as any Code is Displayed:
Disconnect Jumper Wire to STI at the Diagnostic Connector.

Fault Code Extraction



There are some Significant Changes to the Procedures used on Previous Models.

Engine to Operating Temperature

NO Electrical Load

Use a Jumper Wire with Very Small Female Ends to connect;

The ENG STI Terminal to the ENG GND Terminal on the Diagnostic Connector.

Connect the Positive Lead of:

1. A Low Wattage Test Lamp, OR

2. An Analog Multimeter, OR

3. A Digital Multimeter with Bar Graph OR

4. An Oscilloscope

To the Battery Positive Terminal.

Connect The Negative Probe to the ENG STO Terminal on the Diagnostic Connector.

When the Ignition is turned ON.

The Test Instrument will start flashing out the Fault Codes in the following order:



Codes appear in Standard Ford Format:

2 Flashes

Pause

3 Flashes

Is Fault Code 23.

(TPS Out of Range)

KOEO Test (Key ON Engine OFF)

A. Fast Codes including Module Identification Code.
B. Hard Fault Codes
(Problems the ECU has determined currently exist)
C. Separator Code 10
(One Flash)
D. Memory Fault Codes
(Problems that have appeared in the last 50 start/stop cycles but may not be currently there)



KOER Test (Key ON Engine Running)

Disconnect Jumper Wire.

Run Engine for 2 Minutes at 1500 RPM to warm Oxygen Sensor.

Allow to Idle.

Reconnect Jumper Wire.



A Fast codes
B* Turn steering wheel 180° in both directions
C Separator code # 10
D* Snap throttle to 50% and return (Goose Test)
E Hard Fault Codes - Current problems detected by ECU (No Memory Codes)

* Immediate action required by technician



This Test cannot proceed if;

A Code 67 appeared in KOEO Hard Faults.

(Ignore Flickering Test Instrument - Fast Codes).

Fault Code Table

ECM Identification Codes (Vehicles Without Smartlock)

Code #.......................... Description
30 Multipoint SWB (2.92 Axle)

40 Multipoint SWB (3.27 Axle)

50 Multipoint LWB, Wagon, Ute and Van.

ECM Part Numbers (Vehicles with Smartlock)
Ford Part #................. Description
91DA 12A650 BX Multipoint SWB (2.92 Axle)

91DA 12A650 CX Multipoint SWB (3.27 Axle)

91DA 12A650 KX Multipoint LWB, Wagon, Ute and Van.



The last letter in the part number (X) can be any letter!

Code # Circuit and Status
10 Separator Code

11 System Pass

12 High RPM Idle Check Fail

13 Low RPM Idle Check Fail

14 Unsteady PIP Signal during Idle Test

15 Bad ROM / KAM Data

16 RPM Too Low to run Fuel Test

19 Internal EEC-IV
Power too Low

21 ECT Circuit

22 MAP Sensor Circuit

23 TPS Sensor Out Of Range

Possible Symptoms:
Late and harsh transmission shifts.
No torque converter lock up.

Possible Cause:
Short circuit in wiring to TPS.
TPS mounting screws loose, worn or faulty TPS.


24 ACT Sensor Circuit

26 Trans Oil Temp Sensor Out Of Range
Possible Symptoms:
High transmission oil temperature.
Lock up in 3rd and 4th gears except under very low speed and light throttle.
Economy light on dash will flash when ECM is in "overheat" mode.

Transmission shifts will be firm until transmission obtains normal
operating temperature.

Possible Cause:
The voltage measured by the ECM from the temperature input terminals
has been out of range.
Loose connection, short circuit to ground in wiring or temperature sensor.
Blocked or restricted transmission oil cooler, no external oil cooler
fitted to vehicle for towing.


27 Shift Lever Position Input Fault
Possible Symptoms:

No torque converter lock up. Manual select will not be available.
Transmission may downshift on rough roads.

Possible Causes:
Open or short circuit inside inhibitor switch or wiring.
Dirty terminal connector on inhibitor switch.
Incorrect linkage adjustment.

36 Shaft Speed Signal Fault (speedo sensor)
Possible Symptoms:
All transmission shifts will be controlled by the gear lever.
Skip downshifts will be disabled and downshifts will only occur at low speeds.

No converter lock up.
No speedometer operation.
Transmission may only operate in 1st gear or limp mode.

Possible Cause:
Open or short circuit in speedo transducer.
Dirty, loose or disconnected terminals at speedo transducer.

41 HEGO always Lean
(Oxygen Sensor)

42 HEGO always Rich
(Oxygen Sensor)

44 Smartlock Enable Code not present

51 ECT Voltage too High

52 Power Steering Switch Open

(Ignore on Utes & Vans)

53 TPS Voltage too High

54 ACT Voltage too High

57 Power / Economy Switch Circuit

61 ECT Voltage too Low

63 TPS Voltage too Low

64 ACT Voltage too Low

67 Air Conditioning Input Fault

72 No Dynamic MAP Change

73 No Dynamic TPS Change

77 Goose Test NOT Performed

78 Transmission Battery Circuit


85 CANP Output Check Fail

87 Fuel Pump Output Circuit Fail

95 Solenoid 5 Fault (variable pressure control)

96 PCS Solenoid Fault (pressure control)


98 ON/OFF Solenoid Fault Circuit
Possible Symptoms:
Transmission in limp mode
(3rd gear only, no converter lock up, high line pressure).

Possible Cause:
Blown fuse or faulty relay.
Loose or dirty battery terminals.

High resistance at transmission and engine earth leads.
Wiring harness fallen onto exhaust manifold.
Faulty or disconnected wiring harness on transmission.
Disconnected ECM connector or bent ECM pins.
Low battery voltage.
High battery voltage (regulator or alternator fault).
Shorted S5 solenoid.
Loose wires on solenoids.
Faulty ECM.

99 Throttle Not Learnt
Possible Symptoms:
The transmission operates from default throttle calibrations.

At zero throttle settings the ECM may calculate the throttle to be open
further than it actually is, causing poor shifts and late shifts.
Torque converter lock up may be in 3rd or 4th gear when throttle is closed.
(Provided vehicle speed is high)

Possible Cause:
Incorrect idle speed.
ECM left without power supply for a long period of time.
New ECM has been installed in vehicle.

 

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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:28 pm 
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hi all....

just wondering if anyone can explain this error code in more detail??


scotty2611 wrote:
Code # Fault Description and Comment
E1 Electronic Control Unit Faulty

RAM Air to Windscreen


i have just wired in climate control/ trip computer/ power windows into my eb "s"

i done the air con test but did not do it at running temp (i done it cold) and i also need to replace the gas as i had to empty all of mine to do all this work...

i will be taking the car for a drive tomorrow to get it at running temp and doing the test again....

at the moment i get ..e1...e2

i understand e2 just not e1....

any help please
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 Post subject: Re: DTC numbers
Posted: Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:36 pm 
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great thred, would be heaps of help to most people that cant get a scan tool, or have anything before eb1
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