94 Ford ranger OBD codes ???

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Old 11-19-05, 12:43 AM
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94 Ford ranger OBD codes ???

Light came on as I was passing a autozone so I had them read the code. It had 3. engine 2.3L standard trans.

35

39

55

All were technical and transmission and brakes related the only book of codes they had was for up to a 92 ranger. I looked and I only have a book up to 92 and I looked at the codes and they were different and only one was there. Does anyone have a link to the codes or know what they are?

PS the lamp went out as soon as I started it. Does a flash code reader have the capabilities to reset?
 

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Old 11-19-05, 04:38 AM
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Key On Engine Off = PFE/EVP too high or shorted to power
Key On Engine Running = EGRC/EGRV: RPM too low for EGR test; excessive exhaust backpressure
Continuous Memory = EVP/PFE intermittant signal or above maximum voltage

39
CM = AXOD converter bypass clutch not applying properly

55
KOER = Key power input to processor is open; or charging system problem

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Old 11-19-05, 02:06 PM
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Thanks, I will need to figure out what exactly these are.

I had bragged on my Ranger never needing anything. I did about 500 miles ago had had to replace a water pump, radiator, and this is the 1st time my mil lamp came on. I did not even know where the connection was.
 
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Old 11-20-05, 12:32 AM
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I did find a site with the codes when looking for axod clutch
http://library.motoralldata.com/tech...es_Ford_06.htm

I am guessing they read some of the codes wrong. I have a manual trans and there is no converter.
 
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Old 11-20-05, 05:20 AM
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If you want to pull the codes yourself to be sure, I have a link that explains how to DIY it w/o a scanner:
http://www.troublecodes.net/Ford/
It's pretty easy for this pre-OBII vintage EEC-IV computer
 
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Old 11-20-05, 04:57 PM
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Thanks, I will do it. I also ran across the BAT site. When I did a search for obd1 codes none came up. Then when I ran seach for the torque converter trouble code it showed up. I guess the seach should for obd1 should include the words trouble codes.

Thanks again. I have to run it myself. I guess that is why I fix my own cars due to time constraints and I really cannot afford $ 65.00 an hour plus for the quality I expect in auto repair.
 
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