There was also some info that I requested on the light issue. The info on your codes is as follows.
Code I052 indicates that the keep alive - or "long term" - memory in the IPC has been reset. It is a normal occurrence whenever power or ground is removed from the IPC, such as anytime the battery has been disconnected and reconnected. When the code is set, IPC memory is reset to initial values; the climate control will revert to 75 set temp, "Auto" mode and "Auto" fan speed. Code I052 will disable all other codes.
If code I052 sets without a battery disconnect, ensure good terminal contacts at power feed pins "A1" and "C12", and grounds at pins "A5" and "C16".
The Hi Side Temperature sensor is a thermistor that controls a signal voltage to the ACP. The ACP applies a voltage on CKT 732 to the sensor. When the sensor is cold its resistance is high, therefore the ACP will see a high signal voltage at pin "D14." As the sensor warms, its resistance becomes less and the signal voltage is pulled low through the sensor ground, CKT 407. This signal voltage will vary between 5V (open circuit) and 0V (short circuit).
Code A010 not set.
Temperature greater than 30 °E
The signal voltages indicates less than -18 °C (open circuit) or greater than 179 °C (short circuit) calibrated.
HI Coolant Fan operation when A/C compressor operation possible.
The r061 and r062 are for airbag lamp driver faults, the fact that they are current, does the airbag lamp illuminate?
The P052 and P109 are PCM memory reset indicators, and do not necessarily indicate a fault unless the set without battery disconnect.
The S0XX codes are all relevant to suspension system, and have no particular relevance to your symptom.
You could have seperate issues with the myriad of symptoms you have. The fuel reading, and battery voltage are direct inputs to the cluster. Check that fuse A11(trunk fuse panel), and A3(engine compartment) have power across them and are good. A11 powers the fuel level sender, and A3 the battery input to the cluster.
Among other things, and I suspect you may find one or both of these fuses open, fuse A3 also supplies power to the IPC, headlight/twilight sentinel, SIR module(derm), and the low pressure A/C switch, although your code is for hi pressure sw(or so the info says, and info can be incorrect). Fuse A11 supplies several things as well, but not as much for relevance. Give this stuff a check, and let me know the outcome.
Monday, October 18th, 2010 AT 10:26 PM