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Eagle Trouble Codes OBD1

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Article contains information on Eagle automotive trouble code identification and retrieval method.

Diagnostic trouble codes for Eagle cars are available by locating the diagnostic connector under the glove box. The Eagle Summit connector will be in the fuse box. Once the repairs have been made, disconnect the negative side of the battery for thirty seconds, then reconnect.

The computer will need to cycle (usually within twenty five miles) before the check engine light is illuminated if a problem still exists. To gather trouble codes for car made between 1988 and 1996 ground a test light and insert the probe end into the number 1 terminal. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position and observe the test light or volt meter. Long blinks or meter sweeps are the "tenth" position of the code number and the short blink or sweeps are the "ones" position of the code number. For example, the light or meter blinks or sweeps long two times, and then blinks or sweeps short four times the code number is twenty four. Turn the key off. then on again to restart the test.

Data Connectors for Eagle


Diagnostic Code Table

Eagle Summit and Talon 1988 and Up

11 - Oxygen sensor

12 - Airflow sensor

13 - Intake air temperature sensor

14 - Throttle position sensor

15 - Idle speed motor position sensor

21 - Coolant temperature sensor

22 - Crank angle sensor

23 - Top dead center sensor (crankshaft position sensor)

24 - Vehicle speed sensor

25 - Barometric pressure sensor

31 - Knock sensor (turbo models)

32 - Faulty MAP sensor

36 - Ignition timing adjustment signal (1.8L, 91-up)

39 - Faulty oxygen sensor

41 - Injector

42 - Fuel pump

43 - EGR (California)

44 - Ignition coil or ignition power transistor unit (cyls. 1 and 4)

52 - Ignition coil (cylinders 2 and 5)

53 - Ignition coil (cylinders 3 and 6)

55 - Idle air control valve

59 - Rear heated oxygen sensor

61 ECM - transaxle interlink

62 - Warm-up valve position sensor

62 - Variable Induction Control valve position sensor 93-up

71 - Traction Control vacuum valve solenoid.
 

Eagle Premier 1991-1992 and Vision Cars11 - Ignition reference circuit

13 - MAP sensor vacuum circuit

14 - MAP sensor electrical circuit

15 - Speed/distance sensor circuit

17 - Engine running too cool

21 - Oxygen sensor circuit

22 - Coolant temperature circuit

23 - Charge temperature circuit

24 - Throttle position sensor circuit

25 - Automatic idle speed control circuit

26 - Peak injector current not reached

26 - Injector circuit

27 - Fuel injection circuit control

32 - EGR system

33 - Air conditioner clutch relay

34 - Speed control solenoid driver circuit

35 - Fan control relay circuit

42 - Automatic shutdown relay control

43 - Ignition coil circuit

51 - Oxygen sensor lean

52 - Oxygen sensor rich

53 - Internal engine controller fault

54 - No camshaft position sensor signal

55 - End of message

63 - EPROM write denied faulty ECM

77 - Speed control power relay

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Article first published (Updated 2013-10-13)