Durango, 2001 - 2005

OBD II Trouble Code Lists

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The first step is to read and record all trouble codes and Freeze Frame data - this information will be used during diagnosis. If the Reset function of the PCM is done first, all codes and related data will be lost!Look up the appropriate trouble code in the list on the following pages. This information includes the DTC number, Code Title and Conditions (the enable criteria that indicate conditions present when a code sets).

You can use this information to determine how to drive a vehicle to validate a repair procedure is complete. The enable criteria can be used to help diagnose a trouble code related to the AIR, Catalyst, CCM (component monitor), EGR or EVAP, Fuel and Misfire Monitors. The (1T) and (2T) designators in the first column indicate whether the code requires one or two "trips" to occur before the MIL is activated.


NOTE
In many cases, you will notice the same DTC for multiple applications. Be sure to check the year, make and model (and, in some cases, engine and VIN) when looking for a specific DTC. Don-t assume that the first one you find is the only occurrence of that DTC.

OBD II Trouble Code List (P0XXX Codes)

P0016 1T CCM 2000-05 Dakota, DurangoCrankshaft/Camshaft Timing Misalignment Conditions: Engine cranking or running; and the PCM detected the camshaft was out of phase with the crankshaft during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Base engine problem (i.e., the camshaft timing is not correct) Intermittent condition CKP or CMP Sensor signal is erratic (check with lab scope) Tone wheel or pulse wheel is damaged or contains debris CKP or CMP Sensor, harness or connector has failed PCM has failed  
P0031 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Heater Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "on". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is out of acceptable range low. Possible Causes: O2 assembly is damaged or it has failed O2 heater element is damaged or has failed O2 heater control circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0032 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Heater Circuit High Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "off". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is out of range high. Possible Causes: O2 heater element is damaged or the heater has failed O2 heater control circuit is open or it is shorted to power O2 heater ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0037 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Heater Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "on". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is out of acceptable range (i.e., below 0.0926v). Possible Causes: O2 assembly is damaged or it has failed O2 heater element is damaged or has failed O2 heater control circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0038 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Heater Circuit High Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "off". The PCM detected the O2 heater voltage is out of range high. Possible Causes: O2 Sensor failed or improper operation O2 heater element is damaged or failed O2 heater control circuit is open or it is shorted to power O2 heater ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0044 1T CCM 2001-03 Truck, Van models equipped with 3.9L V6, 5.9L V8 & 8.0L V10 engineO2 (B1 S3) Heater Relay Circuit High Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.6v, ECT less within the test condition value, and the PCM detected the Post Catalyst O2 heater Relay circuit voltage remained too high. Possible Causes: O2 heater element is damaged, or the control circuit is open or shorted to power O2 heater ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0051 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Relay Circuit Low Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.6v, ASD relay on, O2 heater "on", and the PCM detected the Heater Relay circuit Actual state did not match the Desired state (low circuit). 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: O2 assembly is damaged or it has failed O2 heater element is damaged or has failed O2 heater control circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0051 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "on". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is below acceptable range. Possible Causes: O2 assembly is damaged or it has failed O2 heater control circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0052 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Relay Circuit High Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.6v, ASD relay on, O2 heater "off", and the PCM detected the Heater Relay circuit Actual state did not match the Desired state (high circuit). Possible Causes: O2 heater element is damaged or the heater has failed O2 heater control circuit is open or it is shorted to power O2 heater ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0052 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Circuit High Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "off". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is above acceptable range. Possible Causes: O2 heater control circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage O2 heater ground circuit is open O2 Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0057 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Heater Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "on". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is below acceptable range. Possible Causes: O2 assembly is damaged or it has failed O2 heater control circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0058 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Heater Circuit High Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.6v; ASD relay on; O2 heater "off". The PCM detected the O2 Heater circuit is above acceptable range. Possible Causes: O2 heater control circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage O2 heater ground circuit is open O2 Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0068 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoMAP Sensor/TP Sensor Correlation Conditions: Condition is monitored during all drive modes. This DTC will set when an unexpectedly high intake manifold airflow condition exists that can lead to increased engine speed and which then puts the Next Generation Controller into a High Airflow Protection Limiting Mode. This feature includes rpm limits whenever a TP and/or MAP Sensor limp-in fault is present. If vacuum drops below 1.5 in. Hg, with engine speed greater than 2000 rpm and closed throttle, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: An engine vacuum leak present High resistance in the 5v supply circuit 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground High resistance in the MAP signal circuit or the TP signal circuit TP signal circuit is shorted to ground High resistance in the Sensor ground circuit MAP Sensor is damaged or it has failed TP Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0071 2T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoAmbient Temperature Sensor Performance Conditions: Engine "off" time over 8 hours; DTC P0072 and P0073 not set; ambient temperature more than 38°F (4C). The PCM determined the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) Sensor was not within calibrated temperature of the ECT and IAT Sensor signals after a cool down period. Possible Causes: AAT Sensor circuit open, shorted to ground or VREF AAT Sensor voltage below 1.0v AAT signal circuit is open or is shorted to ground, to battery voltage or to Sensor ground AAT Sensor ground circuit is open AAT Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or it has failed  
P0072 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoAmbient Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Related DTCs not set, key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v, at least 5 warm-up cycles completed, odometer mileage change at least 196.6 miles, and the PCM detected the AAT Sensor signal was less than 0.3v (0.78v: Jeep) at PCM. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: AAT Sensor internal failure AAT signal circuit shorted to ground AAT signal circuit shorted to Sensor ground PCM has failed  
P0072 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAmbient Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Ignition is on. When the Ambient Temperature Sensor is less than 0.078v at the PCM for 2.8 seconds (Dakota, Durango) or less than 0.039v for 4.2 seconds (Liberty), this DTC with set. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: AAT Sensor internal failure AAT signal circuit shorted to ground AAT signal circuit shorted to Sensor ground Front Control Module has failed  
P0073 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoAmbient Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.0v and the PCM detected the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) Sensor signal was more than 4.9v for more than 2.8 seconds. Note that this code can be set due to an intermittent failure. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: AAT Sensor signal shorted to VREF (5v) or battery voltage AAT Sensor signal circuit or Sensor ground circuit is open AAT Sensor is damaged (it may be open) PCM has failed  
P0106 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoBARO Out-Of-Range at Key On / MAP Sensor Low Conditions: Key on for less than 350 ms; engine speed less than 255 rpm, and the PCM detected the MAP Sensor input was less than 2.196v but more than 0.019v during a 300 ms period. Possible Causes: Loss of 5-volt supply from PCM (internal failure) Sensor 5-volt supply circuit is shorted, open or grounded Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0107 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoMAP Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine speed from 416-1470 rpm; TP Sensor input less than 1v, and the PCM detected the MAP Sensor input was less than 2.35v at startup, or was less than 0.20v with the engine running (conditions met for 1.76 seconds). Possible Causes: Loss of 5-volt supply from PCM (internal failure) Sensor 5-volt supply circuit is open or shorted to ground Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground Sensor or PCM has failed  
P0107 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoMAP Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Ignition on or engine from 600-3500 rpm (416-1500 rpm: Viper); TP Sensor input less than 1.2v (exc. Ram, Viper, Jeep), less than 0.8v (Ram, Jeep) or less than 1.13v (Viper). Battery voltage greater than 10v. MAP Sensor signal voltage was less than 0.782v for 1.7 seconds (exc. Dakota, Durango, Viper, Jeep) or less than 0.08v for 3 seconds (Dakota, Durango, Jeep), less than 0.1v for 2 seconds (Viper). If equipped, ETC light will flash. Possible Causes: 5-volt supply circuit is open or shorted to ground MAP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground or shorted to Sensor ground circuit MAP Sensor has failed PCM 5-volt supply circuit has failed  
P0108 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoMAP Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Ignition on or engine speed from 600-3500 rpm (above 400 for Viper); TP Sensor input more than 1.2v, for more than 1.7 seconds; battery voltage over 10.0v. The PCM detected the MAP Sensor signal voltage (input) was over 4.92v (exc. Viper), or was greater than 4.88v at start or with engine running for 2.2 seconds (Viper). Possible Causes: MAP Sensor signal circuit is open MAP Sensor ground circuit is open MAP Sensor signal circuit shorted to 5-volt supply circuit or to battery voltage MAP Sensor has failed or it has failed (possible open circuit) MAP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0108 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoMAP Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine speed from 416-1470 rpm with the throttle closed; and the PCM detected a MAP Sensor input of more than 4.6v (conditions met for 1 second). Possible Causes: MAP Sensor signal circuit is open MAP Sensor ground circuit is open MAP Sensor signal circuit shorted to VREF (5v) MAP Sensor has failed or it has failed (possible open circuit) PCM has failed  
P0110 1T CCM 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoIAT Sensor Circuit High or Low Input Conditions: Key on for 60 seconds or right after startup; and the PCM detected an IAT Sensor input of 4.6v or less than 0.2v for 4 seconds. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or to VREF IAT Sensor signal circuit has a high resistance condition IAT Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0111 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoIAT Sensor Performance Conditions: DTC P0112 and P0113 not set, key on, ECT Sensor input more than 160°F at startup, at least 5 warm-up cycles have occurred with vehicle mileage change of more than 196.6 miles, and the PCM detected the IAT input changed less than 5.4°F during this period. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or VREF IAT Sensor ground circuit is open IAT Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or it has failed  
P0111 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIAT Sensor Performance Conditions: Engine off. After calibrated amount of cool down (over 8 hours). PCM detects IAT Sensor is not within calibrated temperature amount of ECT Sensor and AAT Sensor. Engine time off when monitored is more than 8 hours and ambient temperature is more than 38F (4C). 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit is open, shorted to ground, to Sensor ground, or to battery voltage IAT Sensor voltage is below 1.0v IAT Sensor ground circuit is open IAT Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or has failed  
P0112 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoIAT Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Ignition on or engine started; battery voltage greater than 10v. If the PCM detected an IAT Sensor input of less than 0.1v (Neon), 0.157v (Cirrus/Sebring, Stratus, Caravan/Town & Country) or less than 0.078v (Durango, Ram, Grand Cherokee) for 3 seconds, less than 0.8v (Viper), or less than 0.5v (Liberty) this DTC will set. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to chassis ground IAT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to Sensor ground IAT Sensor is damaged or it has failed (an internal short circuit) PCM has failed  
P0113 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoIAT Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Check with ignition on or engine running; battery voltage more than 10v; The PCM detected the IAT Sensor input was over 4.90v (exc. Dakota, Durango, Ram) or 4.98v (Dakota, Durango, Ram) for 3 seconds. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit shorted to VREF (5v) IAT Sensor signal circuit is open, or the ground circuit is open IAT Sensor is damaged or it has failed (an internal open circuit) PCM has failed  
P0116 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoECT Sensor Circuit Performance Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 10 minutes, and the PCM detected the ECT Sensor did not reach a calibrated level during the test period (i.e., it failed the CCM rationality test). Possible Causes: ECT Sensor signal circuit is open or it is shorted to ground ECT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to VREF (5v) ECT Sensor ground circuit is open ECT Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or it has failed  
P0116 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoECT Sensor Circuit Performance Conditions: Engine off time is more than 8 hours; ambient temperature is more than 38F (4C); and after a calibrated amount of cool-down time, the PCM compares the ECT Sensor, IAT Sensor and AAT Sensor values; if ECT Sensor is not within a calibrated temperature amount of the other 2 Sensors, an error is detected. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. If equipped, the ECT light will also illuminate when the MIL illuminates. Possible Causes: ECT Sensor signal circuit is open or it is shorted battery voltage or to ground ECT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to Sensor ground ECT Sensor ground circuit is open ECT Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or it has failed  
P0117 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoECT Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Ignition on or engine started. The PCM detected the ECT Sensor input voltage was below 0.51v (95-03) or 0.1v (04-05, exc. Grand Cherokee, Liberty), less than 0.5v (04-05 Liberty), less than 0.78v (Grand Cherokee), or below 0.8v (Viper) for 3 seconds. Possible Causes: ECT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to chassis ground ECT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to Sensor ground ECT Sensor is damaged or it has failed (it may be shorted) PCM has failed  
P0118 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoECT Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Ignition on or engine started and the PCM detected the ECT Sensor input was over 4.9v for 3 seconds. If equipped, the ETC lamp will illuminate with the MIL. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: ECT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to VREF (5v) ECT Sensor signal circuit is open ECT Sensor ground circuit is open ECT Sensor is damaged or it has failed (possible open circuit) PCM has failed  
P0120 1T CCM 1995-98 TalonThrottle Position Sensor Circuit Conditions: Key on for 60 seconds or right after startup, closed throttle switch on; and the PCM detected a TP Sensor input of 2v or more or a TP Sensor input of 0.2v or less for 4 seconds. Possible Causes: TP Sensor 5-volt supply circuit is shorted, open or grounded TP Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground TP Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0121 1T CCM 1995-2003TP Sensor Does Not Agree With MAP Conditions: DTC P0107, P0108, P0122 and P0123 not set, engine running with throttle plate closed (at high vacuum), and the PCM detected the TP Sensor input was high when it should have been low (High Input Test), or with the engine running and the VSS input over 25 mph, throttle plate open (at low vacuum), the PCM detected the TP Sensor input was low when it should have been high, conditions met for 4 seconds. Possible Causes: MAP Sensor and/or TP Sensor VREF (5v) not present MAP or TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance MAP or TP Sensor signal circuit has high resistance TP Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0121 1T CCM 2004-05 DurangoTP Sensor No. 1 Does Not Agree With MAP Conditions: Ignition is on and no MAP Sensor DTCs are set. The PCM determines the TP Sensor signals do not correlate with the MAP Sensor signal. The ECT light will illuminate. DTC P2135 should also set with this DTC. Possible Causes: TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit shorted to battery voltage Resistance in either TP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit, 5v supply circuit or TP Sensor return circuit TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit shorted to group or to TP Sensor No. 2 signal circuit 5v supply circuit shorted to ground TP Sensor or throttle body damaged or failed PCM has failed  
  P0122 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoTP Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the TP Sensor indicated less than 0.0978v for 700 ms. Possible Causes: TP Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open or shorted to ground TP Sensor 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor is damaged or it has failed Possible intermittent condition PCM has failed  
  P0122 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoTP Sensor No. 1 Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.4v. The PCM detected the TP Sensor voltage is less than 0.0978v for 1.3 seconds (3.7L, 4.7L), or less than 0.16v for 0.7 second (5.7L). 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. If equipped, the ETC light will illuminate. Possible Causes: 5v supply circuit open or shorted to ground TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit shorted to ground or to Sensor ground circuit TP Sensor has failed Throttle body is damaged PCM has failed  
  P0123 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoTP Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the TP Sensor indicated more than 4.50v for 700 ms. Possible Causes: TP Sensor sweep TP Sensor ground circuit is open TP Sensor signal circuit is open or is shorted to VREF (5v) TP Sensor is damaged or has failed (an internal open circuit) Possible intermittent condition PCM has failed  
  P0123 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoTP Sensor/APPS Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10v. The PCM detected the TP Sensor indicated more than 4.47v (Neon, Sebring, Stratus, Viper, Liberty) or 4.94v (all other models) for 0.48 second. If equipped, ETC light will illuminate. Possible Causes: Related TP Sensor engine DTCs present Intermittent wiring or connector problem TP signal circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage or to 5v supply circuit TP sensor has failed TP sensor ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
  P0123 1T CCM 2003-04 Dakota, DurangoThrottle Position Sensor No. 1 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on; battery voltage is more than 10.4v. The PCM detected the TP Sensor voltage is more than 4.47v for 1.3 seconds (3.7L, 4.7L) or more than 4.8v for 25ms (5.7L). If equipped, the ETC light will illuminate. Possible Causes: TP Sensor No. 1 circuit is open, or is shorted to battery voltage TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to 5v supply circuit TP Sensor ground circuit is open TP Sensor has failed Throttle body is damaged (5.7L) Throttle plate is jammed against the maximum stop (5.7L) PCM has failed  
  P0125 2T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoClosed Loop Temperature Not Reached Conditions: DTC P0117 and P0118 not set, ECT Sensor between -20°F and +21.2°F at startup, engine runtime over 10 minutes, vehicle speed more than 28 mph, and the PCM detected the ECT Sensor did not reach 174°F after 20 minutes of sustained engine operation. Possible Causes: Check the operation of the thermostat (it may be stuck open) ECT Sensor is damaged or it is out-of-calibration Inspect for low coolant level or for an incorrect coolant mixture
  P0125 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoClosed Loop Temperature Not Reached Conditions: Engine running; battery over 10v. Engine temperature does not enable closed loop. Failure time depends on start-up coolant temperature and ambient temperature (i.e., 2 minutes for a start temperature of 50°F (10C), or up to 10 minutes for a vehicle with start-up temperature of -18F (-28C). Possible Causes: Low coolant level Improper thermostat operation or thermostat failure ECT has failed
  P0128 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoThermostat Rationality Test Conditions: DTC P0117, P0118, P1492 and P1493 not set, ECT Sensor between 20°F and 130°F at startup, and the PCM detected the ECT Sensor did not exceed 170°F after 10-32 minutes of sustained engine operation (the actual time depends on the ECT Sensor at startup). Possible Causes: Check the operation of the thermostat (it may be stuck open) ECT Sensor is contaminated, damaged or it has failed Inspect for low coolant level or for an incorrect coolant mixture
  P0128 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoThermostat Rationality Test Conditions: With engine running after cold start. PCM predicts a coolant temperature value that it will compare to the actual coolant temperature. If the 2 coolant temperature values are not within 50°F (10°C) of each other, an error is detected. Possible Causes: Low coolant level Thermostat has failed Signal circuit shorted to battery voltage ECT Sensor has failed or voltage is below 1.0v Signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or shorted to Sensor ground ECT Sensor ground circuit or signal circuit is open PCM has failed  
  P0129 1T CCM 2000-05 Dakota, DurangoBarometric Pressure Out-Of-Range Conditions: Engine cranking at less than 250 rpm; no CKP or CMP Sensor signals within 75ms. The PCM detected the MAP/BARO Sensor signal range was 0.04-2.2v for 300ms during testing. If equipped, the ETC lamp will be illuminated. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: IAC motor control low or control high circuit has failed MAP Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open or shorted to ground MAP Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground MAP Sensor is damaged or it has failed May be an intermittent condition PCM has failed  
  P0130 1T CCM 1999-2000 Dakota, Durango with 4.7LO2 (B1 S1) Circuit Fault Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the state of the O2 relay coil circuit (between the PCM and the relay) did not match the expected state. Possible Causes: Fused ignition feed (power) circuit open Heater relay control circuit open Heater relay has failed (an internal winding is open) PCM has failed  
  P0131 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Short to Ground Conditions: ECT Sensor over 170°F on previous key on, ECT Sensor under 98°F and BTS within 27°F of ECT Sensor, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was below 156 mV for 28 seconds. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 ground circuit is open (circuit reads 170 mV when open) O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM has failed  
  P0131 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Circuit Short to Ground Conditions: Engine running; cold start. O2 Sensor signal voltage is below 2.402v for 9 seconds (exc. Durango, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Ram, Viper), or below 2.52v for 6 seconds (Durango, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Ram), or below 0.156v for 28 seconds (Viper). Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 return circuit is shorted to ground or to signal circuit O2 signal circuit is shorted to O2 return upstream circuit O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM has failed  
  P0132 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Circuit Short to Voltage Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 119 seconds, system voltage over 10.99v, O2 heater temperature over 1085°F and the PCM detected the O2 input was over 3.70v for 1 minute. Possible Causes: O2 signal tracking (wet/oily) in connector causing a short between the signal and heater power circuits O2 ground circuit is open O2 signal circuit is open PCM has failed  
  P0132 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 Sensor (B1 S1) Voltage High Engine started; engine runtime over 119 seconds. Battery voltage over 10.99v. O2 Sensor heater temperature is more than 662F (350C). O2 Sensor voltage is more than 3.7v for 60 seconds (Pacifica), more than 3.99v for 60 seconds (Neon, Sebring, Stratus, PT Cruiser), or more than 3.9902v for 30 seconds (Caravan/Town & Country), or more than 3.99v for 66.56 seconds (Liberty). Possible Causes: O2 Sensor signal circuit and/or return circuit shorted to voltage O2 Sensor has failed O2 Sensor signal or return circuit open PCM has failed  
  P0133 2T O2 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Slow Response Conditions: Engine at idle speed, system voltage over 10.5v, then engine speed from 1216-1984 rpm, VSS input from 19-46 mph, BTS signal more than 44°F, BARO signal more than 22.16" Hg, MAP Sensor signal from 11.9-18.15" Hg, then back to idle speed in Drive, and the PCM detected the O2 signal did not switch enough times from below 330 mV to above 610 mV, condition met for 60 seconds. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element is fuel contaminated O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed  
  P0133 2T O2 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Slow Response Conditions: Vehicle driven at speeds between 20-55 mph, with throttle open for minimum of 120 seconds; coolant temperature is greater than 158F (70C); catalytic converter temperature is greater than 1112F (600C); EVAP purge is active. The PCM detects the O2 Sensor signal voltage switches less than 16 times from lean to rich with 20 seconds during monitoring. 3 good trips are required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 signal circuit or upstream circuit has failed O2 element has failed  
P0134 2T O2 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Remains At Center Conditions: Engine runtime more than 121 seconds, system voltage over 10.5v, ECT Sensor more than 150.8°F, fuel control system in closed loop mode, and the PCM detected the O2 signal remained fixed in a range between 350-580 mV, condition met for 60 seconds. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element is fuel contaminated or has deteriorated O2S signal circuit or ground circuit has high resistance PCM has failed  
P0135 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Heater Circuit Conditions: Key off after a warm engine drive cycle, engine cool-down finished (at least 5 seconds after the key is turned off), system voltage over 10.5v, then with the ASD relay energized, the PCM detected the O2 signal rose to 0.49v or more within a 144 second period, and the initial rise of the oxygen Sensor signal was less than 1.57v. Possible Causes: O2 heater ground circuit open or O2 signal circuit is open O2 heater element has high resistance O2 heater element has failed (open or shorted) PCM has failed  
P0135 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S1) Heater Circuit Conditions: Engine running and O2 heater duty cycle is greater than 0%; battery voltage is more than 11v. No O2 sensor output signal is received when the PCM powers up the sensor heater. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: O2 heater ground circuit open or heater control circuit is open O2 heater element has failed PCM has failed  
P0136 1T CCM 2000-03 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Heater Circuit Low Input Conditions Key on, cold engine conditions, system voltage over 10.5v, ASD relay on, and the PCM detected the Actual state of the Heater relay circuit did not match the Intended state (i.e., the circuit status remained in a low state). Possible Causes: Fused ignition feed (power) circuit to the relay is open Heater relay control circuit is open Heater relay or PCM has failed  
P0137 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Circuit Short to Ground Conditions: ECT Sensor over 170°F at previous key off, O2 heater Test completed, engine cool down period finished, engine started, ECT Sensor less than 98°F and BTS signal within 27°F of the ECT Sensor, and PCM detected the O2 signal was below 156 mV for 28 seconds. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 ground circuit is open (circuit reads 170 mV when open) O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0137 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Sensor Circuit Low Conditions: Engine running; battery voltage over 10.9v; O2 heater temperature below 484°F (251C) or ECT above 170F from previous key off. The PCM detected the O2 Sensor signal voltage was less than 1.5v for 3 seconds (300M, Magnum), less than 2.402v for 9 seconds (Neon, Sebring, Stratus, PT Cruiser, Caravan, Town & Country, Liberty), or 2.5194v for 3 seconds (Durango, Ram), or less than 0.156v for 28 seconds (Viper). Possible Causes: O2 return circuit is shorted to ground O2 signal circuit is shorted to ground, or to O2 return circuit, or O2 heater ground circuit O2 Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0138 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Circuit Short to Voltage Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime more than 4 minutes, system voltage over 10.5v, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 1.50v for 3 seconds. Possible Causes: O2 signal tracking (wet/oily) in connector due to short from signal to power circuit O2 signal circuit is open O2 ground circuit is open O2 is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0138 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Sensor Voltage High Condition: Engine runtime for 119 seconds; O2 Sensor heater temperature is more than 662°F (350°C); Battery voltage more than 10.99v. O2 Sensor voltage is above 3.7v for 60 seconds (300M, Magnum, Pacifica), or 3.99v for 60 seconds (PT Cruiser, Sebring, Stratus), above 3.9902v for 30 seconds (Neon, Caravan, Dakota, Durango, Grand Cherokee, Ram, Town & Country, Voyager, Wrangler), or above 3.99v for 76.8 seconds (Liberty). Possible Causes: O2 Sensor signal circuit or return circuit shorted to voltage O2 Sensor has failed O2 Sensor signal circuit or return circuit open PCM has failed  
P0139 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Slow Response Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at 20-55 mph with the throttle open for 2 minutes, ECT Sensor more than 158°F, Converter temperature over 1112°F, EVAP purge "on", and the PCM detected the O2 signal switched from rich-to-lean less than 11 times in 20 seconds. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed O2 ground or O2 signal circuit has high resistance  
P0139 2T O2 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Slow Response Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at 20-55 mph with the throttle open for 2 minutes; ECT at more than 158°F (70C); catalytic converter temperature is more than 1112F (600C); and EVAP purge is active. O2 Sensor signal voltage switches less than 16 times from lean to rich within 20 seconds during monitoring, or will compare the state of change between the front and rear O2 Sensors and if the differences are greater than a calibrated amount, the DTC will set. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed O2 signal circuit or return circuit has failed  
P0140 2T O2 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Remains At Center Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v, ECT Sensor over 150.8°F, engine running in closed loop, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was fixed at 350-580 mV for 60 seconds. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element is fuel contaminated or has deteriorated O2 signal circuit or ground circuit has high resistance PCM has failed  
P0141 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Heater Circuit Conditions: ECT Sensor less than 147°F, BTS signal within 27°F of ECT Sensor (cold engine); engine running at idle speed for over 12 seconds, system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 3.0v for 30-90 seconds. Possible Causes: ASD relay output (power) circuit to the heater is open O2 heater ground circuit open or O2 signal circuit is open O2 heater element has high resistance O2 heater element has failed (open or shorted) PCM has failed  
P0141 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B1 S2) Heater Circuit Conditions: Engine running and O2 heater duty cycle is greater than 0%. O2 heater temperature does not reach 959F (575C), exc. 300M, Magnum, or 662F (350C), all other models, within 90 seconds (45 seconds for Sebring, Stratus), or no O2 Sensor output is received when the PCM attempts to power up the Sensor heater. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL.Possible Causes: O2 heater ground circuit open or O2 signal circuit is open O2 heater element has failed O2 heater ground circuit or control circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0151 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Circuit Short to Ground Conditions: ECT Sensor more than 170°F on previous key on, ECT Sensor less than 98°F and the BTS signal within 27°F of the ECT Sensor at startup (cold engine), and the PCM detected the O2 signal was less than 156 mV for 28 seconds. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 signal circuit is open (circuit reads 450 mV when open) O2 ground circuit is open (circuit reads 170 mV when open) O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0151 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Circuit Short to Ground Conditions: Engine runtime under 30 seconds, system voltage over 10.99v, O2 heater temperature below 484°F. The PCM detected the O2 signal was below 1.5v (300M, Magnum, Sebring, Stratus) or below 2.5196v (Dakota, Durango, Grand Cherokee, Ram, Wrangler) for 3 seconds, or below 2.411v for 10 seconds (Liberty) after engine start. Possible Causes: O2 upstream circuit is shorted to ground O2 signal circuit is shorted to ground or to O2 upstream return circuit O2 signal circuit is shorted to the heater ground circuit O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0152 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Short to Voltage Conditions: Engine runtime over 4 minutes, system voltage over 10.5v, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 1.50v for 3 seconds during the CCM test. Possible Causes: O2 signal tracking in connector due to wet/oily conditions O2 ground circuit is open O2 heater supply circuit is open O2 signal circuit is open O2 element is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0152 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Circuit High Conditions: O2 Sensor heater temperature is more than 925F (496C) on 300M, Magnum or 1085F (350C) on Sebring; battery voltage is more than 10.99v. O2 Sensor voltage is more than 3.7v for 30 seconds (300M, Magnum), more than 3.99v for 30 seconds (Dakota, Durango, Grand Cherokee, Ram, Wrangler), 3.99v for 60 seconds (Sebring, Stratus), or 3.99v for 66.56 seconds (Liberty). 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage. O2 upstream return circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage O2 Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0153 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Slow Response Conditions: Engine started; ECT Sensor more than 147°F, VSS input over 10 mph with throttle open for 2 minutes, then back to idle speed in Drive (A/T) or Neutral (M/T), and the PCM detected the O2 signal did not switch enough from 270-620 mV during the O2 Test. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 signal or ground circuit has a high resistance condition O2 element is fuel contaminated O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed  
P0153 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Slow Response Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at a steady speed of 20-55 mph with the throttle open for at least 2 minutes, ECT Sensor more than 158°F (70C), Catalytic Converter temperature more than 1112°F (600C), EVAP purge is active, and the PCM detected the O2 signal switched from lean to rich less than 16 times (3.5L, 3.7L, 4.7L, 5.7L) or 11 times (2.7L) within a 20 second period during monitoring. 3 good trips are required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak O2 signal circuit has an open or grounded condition O2 upstream return circuit has an open or grounded condition O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed  
P0154 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Remains At Center Conditions: Engine started; ECT Sensor more than 147°F, VSS input over 10 mph with throttle open for 2 minutes, then back to idle speed in Drive (A/T) or Neutral (M/T), and the PCM detected the O2 signal did not switch enough from 270-620 mV during the O2 Test. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 signal or ground circuit has a high resistance condition O2 element is fuel contaminated O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed  
P0155 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Circuit Conditions: ECT Sensor less than 147°F, BTS signal within 27°F of ECT Sensor (cold engine), engine running at idle speed for over 12 seconds, system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 3.0v for 30-90 seconds. Possible Causes: ASD relay output (power) circuit to the heater is open O2 heater ground circuit open or O2 signal circuit is open O2 heater element has high resistance O2 heater element has failed (open or shorted) PCM has failed  
P0155 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Heater Circuit Conditions: Engine running and heater duty cycle is greater than 0%; battery voltage is more than 11v. O2 heater temperature does not reach 959F (575C) within 90 seconds, or no Sensor output is received when the PCM powers up the Sensor heater. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: O2 heater control circuit is open O2 heater ground circuit is open O2 heater element is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0157 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Circuit Shorted to Ground Conditions: ECT Sensor more than 170°F at previous key off, O2 heater Test completed after shutdown, engine cool-down period completed, then engine started, ECT Sensor less than 98°F and the BTS signal within 27°F of the ECT Sensor (cold engine), and the PCM detected the O2 signal was less than 156 mV for 28 seconds during the test. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 may be contaminated or it has failed PCM return or signal circuit is damaged or has failed  
P0157 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Circuit Low Conditions: Engine runtime under 30 seconds; system voltage over 10.99v; O2 heater temperature below 484°F (251°C); O2 Sensor signal was less than 1.5v (300M, Magnum, Viper) or less than 2.5196v (Durango, Grand Cherokee, Ram, Wrangler) for 3 seconds (28 seconds: Viper), or below 2.411v for 10 seconds (Liberty) after engine start. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground O2 is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0158 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Circuit Shorted to Ground Conditions: Engine runtime over 4 minutes, system voltage over 10.5v, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 1.50v, condition met for 3 seconds. Possible Causes: O2 signal tracking due to wet/oily condition in the connector O2 signal circuit is open or shorted to system power O2 is damaged or is has failed PCM has failed  
P0158 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Circuit High Conditions: Engine is running; system voltage over 10.99v; O2 heater temperature more than 925°F (496°C) on all exc. Sebring, Stratus, or more than 1085F (350C) on Sebring, Stratus. The PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 3.70v for 30 seconds (300M, Magnum), more than 3.99v for 30 seconds (Dakota, Durango, Grand Cherokee, Ram, Wrangler), more than 3.99v for 60 seconds (Sebring, Stratus), or more than 3.99v for 76.8 seconds (Liberty). 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: O2 signal circuit is open or is shorted to battery O2 downstream return circuit is open or is shorted to battery O2 is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0159 2T O2 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Slow Response Conditions: Engine is driven at 20-55 mph with throttle open for 2 minutes; ECT Sensor over 158°F (70C); catalytic converter temperature over 1112°F (600C); EVAP purge is active. The O2 Sensor signal voltage switches less than 16 times or 11 times (2.7L exc. Liberty) from lean to rich with 20 seconds during monitoring. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak O2 signal circuit is open or shorted O2 downstream return circuit is open or shorted O2 Sensor is damaged or has failed  
P0159 2T O2 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Slow Response Conditions: Engine started; ECT Sensor more than 170°F, VSS input over 10 mph with throttle open for 2 minutes, then back to idle speed in Drive (A/T) or Neutral (M/T), and the PCM detected the O2 signal did not switch enough times from 270-620 mV during the O2 Test. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak present in the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element is fuel contaminated O2 element is deteriorated or it has failed  
P0161 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Slow Response Conditions: ECT Sensor less than 147°F and BTS signal within 27°F of the ECT Sensor (cold engine), engine started, system voltage over 10.5v, engine running at idle speed for over 12 seconds, and the PCM detected the O2 signal was more than 3.0v for 30-90 seconds. Possible Causes: ASD relay output (power) circuit to the heater is open O2 heater ground circuit is open or O2 signal circuit open O2 heater element has high resistance, is open or shorted PCM has failed  
P0161 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S2) Heater Performance Conditions: Engine running; heater duty cycle is greater than 0%; battery voltage is more than 11v. O2 heater temperature does not reach 662F (350C) within 90 seconds, or no Sensor output is received when the PCM powers up Sensor heater. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: O2 heater control circuit or ground circuit is open O2 Sensor heater element is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0165 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoStarter Relay Circuit Conditions: Engine cranking and the PCM did not detect the correct voltage signal from the Starter relay control circuit. Possible Causes: Starter Relay control circuit is open Starter Relay Control circuit is grounded PCM has failed  
P0171 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Lean (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, ambient temperature over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a lean A/F condition. Possible Causes: Air leaks in intake manifold, exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold Base engine mechanical problem causing a lean A/F condition Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery component fault (clogged filter, low fuel pressure) O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed Vacuum hose is disconnected, broken, leaking or loose  
P0171 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Lean (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop; IAT Sensor signal over 20°F; altitude less than 8,000 feet. The PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a lean A/F condition. Possible Causes: Air leaks in intake manifold, exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold Base engine mechanical problem causing a lean A/F condition Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery component fault (clogged filter, low fuel pressure) O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed Vacuum hose is disconnected, broken, leaking or loose  
P0171 2T Fuel 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Lean (B1 S1) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop. AAT Sensor signal over 20°F (-7C). Altitude less than 8,500 feet. Fuel level greater than 15%. If PCM multiplies short-term compensation by long-term adaptive and a certain percentage is exceeded for 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored, the MIL illuminates, and a DTC is stored. Possible Causes: Restricted fuel supply line Fuel pump inlet strainer plugged or fuel pump has failed O2 Sensor has failed O2 signal circuit or return circuit has failed O2 Sensor heater operation is faulty TP Sensor sweep has failed MAP Sensor operation has failed ECT Sensor operation has failed Engine mechanical problem is present Fuel is contaminated Exhaust leak exists  
P0172 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Rich (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, IAT Sensor signal over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a rich A/F condition. Possible Causes: Base engine fault (i.e., cam timing incorrect, oil level too high) EVAP vapor recovery system failure (e.g., canister full of fuel) Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery component fault (injector leak, high fuel pressure) O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed O2 heater is damaged or it has failed  
P0172 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Rich (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, IAT Sensor signal over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a rich A/F condition. Possible Causes: Base engine fault (i.e., cam timing incorrect, oil level too high) EVAP vapor recovery system has failed (canister full of fuel) Fuel injector (one or more) leaking or pressure regulator leaking O2 element is deteriorated or has failed  
P0172 2T Fuel 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel System (S1 B1) Rich Conditions: Engine running in closed loop. IAT Sensor signal over 20°F (-7C). Altitude less than 8,500 feet. PCM multiplies short-term compensation by long-term adaptive, as well as a purge fuel multiplier, and the result is below a certain value for 30 seconds over 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored. MIL illuminates and DTC is stored. Possible Causes: O2 Sensor heater or O2 Sensor has failed EVAP purge solenoid failed or improper operation O2 signal circuit or return circuit has failed MAP Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction ECT Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction Engine mechanical problem Fuel filter/pressure regulator has failed or needs repair PCM has failed  
P0174 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Lean (Bank 2) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, IAT Sensor signal over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a lean A/F condition. Possible Causes: Air leaks in intake manifold, exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold Base engine mechanical problem causing a lean A/F condition Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery component fault (clogged filter, low fuel pressure) O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed Vacuum hose is disconnected, broken, leaking or loose  
P0174 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Lean (Bank 2) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, IAT Sensor signal over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a lean A/F condition. Possible Causes: Air leaks in intake manifold, exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold Base engine mechanical problem causing a lean A/F condition Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP) Fuel delivery component fault (clogged filter, low fuel pressure) O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed Vacuum hose is disconnected, broken, leaking or loose  
P0174 2T Fuel 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel System (S2 B1) Lean Conditions: Engine running in closed loop. IAT Sensor signal over 20°F (-7C). Altitude less than 8,500 feet. PCM multiplies short-term compensation by long-term adaptive, and a certain percentage is exceeded in 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored. MIL illuminates and DTC is stored. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Restricted fuel supply line Fuel pump inlet strainer plugged Fuel pump is damaged or has failed O2 signal circuit or return circuit has failed MAP Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction ECT Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction Engine mechanical problem Fuel filter/pressure regulator has failed or needs repair O2 Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0175 2T Fuel 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel System Rich (Bank 2) Conditions: Engine running in closed loop, IAT Sensor signal over 20°F, altitude less than 8,000 feet, and the PCM detected too large an amount of Fuel Trim correction due to a rich A/F condition. Possible Causes: Base engine fault (i.e., cam timing incorrect, oil level too high) EVAP vapor recovery system has failed (canister full of fuel) Fuel injector (one or more) leaking or pressure regulator leaking O2 element is deteriorated or has failed  
P0175 2T Fuel 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel System (S2 B1) Rich Conditions: Engine running in closed loop. IAT Sensor signal over 20°F (-7C). Altitude less than 8,500 feet. If the PCM multiplies short-term compensation by long-term adaptive, and a purge fuel multiplier, and the result is below a certain value for 30 seconds in 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored. MIL illuminates and DTC is stored. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Restricted fuel supply line Fuel pump inlet strainer plugged Fuel pump is damaged or has failed O2 signal circuit or return circuit has failed MAP Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction ECT Sensor has failed or circuit malfunction Engine mechanical problem Fuel filter/pressure regulator has failed or needs repair O2 Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0196 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Performance Conditions: Engine off time is more than 8 hours; ambient temperature is more than 38F (4C). If the PCM detects the engine oil temperature value is incorrect, by comparing it with other engine inputs, then the DTC will set. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Engine oil temp signal circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage Engine oil temp Sensor ground circuit is open Engine oil temp signal circuit is shorted to Sensor ground Engine oil temp Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0197 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on; battery voltage is more than 10.4v. The engine oil temperature Sensor circuit voltage at the PCM is less than the calibrated amount. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Engine oil temp signal circuit is shorted to ground Engine oil temp signal circuit is shorted to Sensor ground Engine oil temp Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0198 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Temperature Sensor Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on; battery voltage is more than 10.4v. The engine oil temperature Sensor circuit voltage at the PCM is higher than the calibrated amount. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Engine oil temp signal circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage Engine oil temp Sensor ground circuit is open Engine oil temp Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0201-P0206 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoInjector 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 Control Conditions: ASD relay "on"; engine speed under 3000 rpm; battery voltage greater than 10v (11.9981v: Liberty). No inductive spike is detected after injector turns off. Possible Causes: ASD relay output circuit failure Fuel injector has malfunctioned or failed Fuel injector control circuit is open or shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0201-P0208 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoInjector 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 Control Conditions: ASD relay "on", engine speed under 3000 rpm, battery voltage greater than 10v. No inductive spike is detected after injector turn off. Possible Causes: ASD relay output circuit failure Fuel injector has malfunctioned or failed Fuel injector control circuit is open or shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0218 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T High Temperature Operation Activated Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in gear, and the TCM indicated the Overheat shift schedule was activated (i.e., the TCM had detected a transmission oil temperature of more than 240°F). Note: This is an informational DTC, designed to aid the technician in diagnosing shift quality complaints. Possible Causes: Engine cooling system malfunction present High temperature operations activated Transmission oil pump flow is too low or it is restricted  
P0221 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoThrottle Position Sensor No. 2 Performance Conditions: Ignition on; No MAP Sensor DTCs are set. TP Sensor signals Do NOT correlate to the MAP Sensor signal. If equipped, ETC light will illuminate. P2135 should also set. Possible Cause: TP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit is shorted to battery voltage or to ground TP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor return circuit has high resistance TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit shorted to TP Sensor No. 2 signal circuit TP Sensor or throttle body damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0223 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoThrottle Position Sensor No. 2 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition on; battery voltage is more than 10v. TP Sensor voltage at the PCM is more than 4.9v for 25ms. If equipped, ETC light will illuminate. Possible Cause: TP Sensor No. 2 signal circuit shorted to battery voltage or to 5v supply circuit TP Sensor return circuit is open TP Sensor or throttle body is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0300 1T Catalyst 2T Emission 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoMultiple Cylinder Misfire Detected Conditions: Engine less than 3000 rpm; adaptive numerator updated. PCM detected a misfire rate of 1-2% (High Emissions 2T), or a misfire rate of 6-30% (Catalyst Damaging 1T) in 2 or more cylinders. Note: If the misfire is severe, the MIL will flash on/off on the 1st trip! Possible Causes: Air leak in the intake manifold, or in the EGR or EVAP system Base engine mechanical fault that affects two or more cylinders Erratic or interrupted CKP or CMP Sensor signals Fuel delivery component fault that affects two or more cylinders (i.e., a contaminated, dirty or sticking fuel injector) Ignition system problem (coil or plug) in two or more cylinders Vehicle driven with low fuel pressure or while very low on fuel  
P0300 1T Catalyst 2T Emission 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoMultiple Cylinder Misfire Detected Conditions: Engine less than 3000 rpm; adaptive numerator updated. PCM detected a misfire rate of 1% (High Emissions 2T), or a misfire rate of 6-30% (Catalyst Damaging 1T) in two or more cylinders. Note: If the misfire is severe, the MIL will flash on/off on the 1st trip! Possible Causes: Air leak in the intake manifold, or in the EGR or EVAP system Base engine mechanical fault that affects two or more cylinders Erratic or interrupted CKP or CMP Sensor signals Fuel delivery component fault that affects two or more cylinders Ignition system problem (coil or plug) in two or more cylinders Vehicle driven with low fuel pressure or while very low on fuel  
P0300 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoMultiple Cylinder Misfire Conditions: Any time engine is running and Adaptive Numerator (Target Learning Coefficient) has been successfully updated. If more than 1.0% (Neon, Pacifica), 1.5% (300M, Magnum) or 1.8% (Sebring, Stratus, Caravan/Town & Country), 2% (Durango, Ram, Liberty), 2.5% (Durango LEV, Ram LEV, Liberty LEV), misfire rate is measured during 2 trips. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: ASD relay output circuit fault Injector control circuit fault Coil control circuit fault Ignition wiring, coil control circuit or coil fault Fuel pump inlet strainer plugged Restricted fuel supply line Fuel pump module is damaged Fuel pressure leakdown fault Fuel injector damaged or has failed Engine mechanical problems exist PCM has failed  
P0301-P0310 1T Catalyst 2T Emission 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoCylinder 1-10 Misfire Detected Conditions: Engine speed less than 3000 rpm, adaptive numerator updated, and the PCM detected a misfire rate of 1-2% (High Emissions 2T), or a misfire rate of 6-30% (Catalyst Damaging 1T) in only one cylinder. Note: If the misfire is severe, the MIL will flash on/off on the 1st trip! Possible Causes: Air leak in the intake manifold, or in the EGR or EVAP system Base engine mechanical fault that affects only one cylinder Fuel delivery component fault that affects only one cylinder (e.g., a dirty fuel injector) Ignition system problem (coil or plug) in only one cylinder  
P0301-P0308 1T Catalyst 2T Emission 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoCylinder 1-8 Misfire Detected Conditions: Engine speed less than 3000 rpm, adaptive numerator updated, and PCM detected a misfire rate of 1% (High Emissions 2T), or a misfire rate of 6-30% (Catalyst Damaging 1T) in a single cylinder. Note: If the misfire is severe, the MIL will flash on/off on the 1st trip! Possible Causes: Air leak in the intake manifold, or in the EGR or EVAP system Base engine mechanical fault that affects only one cylinder Erratic or interrupted CKP or CMP Sensor signals Fuel delivery component fault that affects only one cylinder (e.g., a dirty fuel injector) Ignition system problem (coil or plug) that affects only one cylinder  
P0301-P0306 2T Catalyst 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoCylinder 1-6 Misfire Detected Conditions: Any time engine is running and Target Learning Coefficient (TLC) has been successfully updated, if more than 1.0% (Pacifica) or 1.8% (Sebring, Stratus, Caravan/Town & Country), 2% (Durango, Ram, Liberty), 2.5% (Durango LEV, Ram LEV, Liberty LEV), misfire rate is measured during 2 trips or with 10-30% misfire rate during one trip. Possible Causes: Intermittent misfire Base engine mechanical fault that affects only 1 cylinder Ignition wiring, coil control circuit or coil fault ASD relay output circuit (coil or injector) problem Spark plug malfunction or failure on 1 cylinder CMP Sensor, Sensor wiring harness or tone wheel is damaged Fuel delivery component fault that affects only 1 cylinder (e.g., a dirty fuel injector) Injector or control circuit failure PCM has failed  
P0301-P0308 2TCatalyst 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoCylinder 1-8 Misfire Detected Conditions: Any time engine is running and the adaptive numerator has been successfully updated. When more than 1.5% (300M, Magnum), 2% (Durango, Ram), 2.5% (Durango LEV, Ram LEV), misfire rate is measured during 2 trips, or with 10-30% misfire during 1 trip. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: ASD relay output 2 circuit fault Injector control 1 circuit fault Coil control 1 circuit fault Ignition wiring, spark plug, or ignition coil fault Fuel pump inlet strainer plugged Restricted fuel supply line Fuel pump module fault Fuel pressure leakdown fault Fuel injector is damaged or has failed Engine mechanical problems exist PCM has failed  
P0315 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoNo Crankshaft Position Sensor Learned Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime more than 50 seconds under closed throttle conditions; A/C off; ECT Sensor more than 167°F (75C). The PCM detected that one of the CKP Sensor windows had too much variance (e.g., over 2.86%) from its calibrated reference point. Possible Causes: Crankshaft tone wheel flex plate is damaged Tone wheel/pulse ring may be damaged Erratic CKP Sensor signals (wiring/connector problem) CKP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0320 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoNo Crank Reference Signal to PCM Conditions: Engine cranking, vacuum signals present; and the PCM detected from 3-8 CMP Sensor signals without detecting a CKP Sensor signal. Possible Causes: CKP Sensor signal circuit is open or grounded CKP Sensor VREF circuit is open or grounded Tone wheel or flex plate damage or erratic CKP Sensor signals CKP Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0325 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoKnock Sensor No. 1 Circuit Conditions: Engine running at idle or in deceleration mode, and the PCM detected the Knock Sensor signal was below a minimum value (value depends on engine speed), or if Sensor voltage was about 5.0v with engine within idle range. Possible Causes: Knock Sensor connector is damaged or shorted Knock Sensor signal circuit open or grounded Knock Sensor signal circuit shorted to return circuit Knock Sensor return circuit is open Knock Sensor not tightened properly Knock Sensor damaged or has failed (it may be open internally) PCM has failed  
P0330 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoKnock Sensor No. 2 Circuit Conditions: Engine running. The Knock Sensor circuit voltage falls below a minimum value at idle or deceleration. The minimum value is from a lookup table internal to the PCM and is based on engine rpm. This DTC will also set if the Sensor voltage goes above 5v. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Knock Sensor No. 2 signal circuit shorted to battery voltage or to KS 2 return circuit Knock Sensor No. 2 signal circuit or return circuit is open Knock Sensor No. 2 signal circuit is shorted to KS 2 return circuit or to ground Knock Sensor damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0335 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoCrankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Conditions: Engine cranking with at least 8 CMP Sensor signals detected. The PCM did not detect any CKP Sensor signals for 2 seconds. Possible Causes: Intermittent CKP signal CKP Sensor signal circuit is open or it is shorted to ground or voltage CKP Sensor 5v supply circuit is open or shorted to ground or voltage CKP Sensor ground circuit is open CKP Sensor or CMP Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0339 1T CCM 2000-05 Dakota, DurangoCrankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Intermittent Conditions: Engine cranking or running; CMP Sensor signals detected. The PCM detected an intermittent loss of the CKP Sensor signal. The Failure counter must reach 20 before this code will set. Possible Causes: Check the tone wheel/pulse ring for damage or debris collection CKP Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground CKP Sensor 5v supply circuit is open or shorted to ground CKP Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0340 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Failure Conditions: Engine cranking or running, system voltage over 10v. The PCM detected CKP pulses without detecting any CMP Sensor pulses for 5 seconds or 2.5 engine revolutions. Possible Causes: CMP Sensor connector is damaged, open or it is shorted CMP Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground or to battery voltage or 5v supply circuit CMP Sensor 5v supply circuit is open or shorted to ground or to battery voltage CMP Sensor ground circuit is open CMP Sensor is damaged or has failed CKP Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0344 1T CCM 2000-05 Dakota, DurangoCamshaft Position Sensor Circuit Intermittent Conditions: Engine cranking or running; system voltage over 10.5v. The PCM detected an intermittent loss of the CMP Sensor signal during the period of 2.5 complete engine revolutions. The failure counter must reach 20 before this code matures and a code is set. Possible Causes: Wiring harness fault 5v supply circuit open or shorted to ground Tone wheel/pulse ring is damaged or corroded CMP Sensor has failed CMP Sensor signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or battery voltage or 5v supply CMP Sensor ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0351, P0152, P0153 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 1, 2 or 3 Primary Circuit Conditions: Engine cranking or running; ASD relay on, system voltage over 10v, Coil No. 1, 2 or 3 was not in dwell period when it was checked, and the PCM detected that the peak coil current was not reached in 2.5 ms of dwell for 3-6 seconds. The coil primary resistance is less than 2 ohms. Possible Causes: ASD relay power circuit to the ignition coil is open Ignition Coil No. 1, 2 or 3 primary "driver" circuit open or grounded Ignition Coil No. 1, 2 or 3 is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0351-P0358 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 1-8 Primary Circuit Conditions: Engine cranking or speed less than 2012 rpm, ASD relay on, system voltage 8v or 12v, coils not in dwell period, and the PCM detected peak coil current was not reached in 2.5 ms of dwell for 3-6 seconds. The coil primary resistance is less than 2 ohms. Possible Causes: ASD relay power circuit to the ignition coil is open Ignition coil primary "driver" circuit open or grounded Ignition coil is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0401 2T EGR 1995-2000 Dakota, DurangoEGR System Malfunction Conditions: Engine running with throttle open under steady load in closed loop, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, BTS signal more than 40°F, fuel trim not operating near its limits, then the EGR valve was cycled off to on and the PCM detected very little change in the O2 signal. Note: This test is repeated up to three (3) times for each vehicle trip.Possible Causes: EGR valve source vacuum supply line open or blocked EGR exhaust transfer tubes blocked in the exhaust manifold EGR transducer tube to the transducer is blocked or restricted EGR valve or solenoid transducer is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0401 2T EGR 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoEGR System Fault Conditions: Engine running with throttle open under steady load in closed loop, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, BTS signal more than 0°F, system voltage over 10.5v, fuel trim not operating near its limits, then the EGR valve was cycled off to on and the PCM detected very little change in the O2 signal. Note: This test is repeated up to three (3) times for each vehicle trip.Possible Causes: EGR valve control circuit open, grounded or shorted to power EGR exhaust transfer tubes blocked in the exhaust manifold ASD relay power circuit open to the EGR solenoid EGR valve is damaged or has failed PCM has failed TSB 18-33-98 contains a repair procedure for this code  
P0401 2T EGR 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEGR System Fault Conditions: Engine running for more than 2 minutes with ECT more than 158°F (70C). EGR is active. Vehicle is at less than 8500 feet altitude. Ambient temperature more than 20F (-6C). PCM closes EGR valve while monitoring O2 Sensor signal. Once a closed EGR fueling sample has been established, PCM then ramps in EGR and additional fueling, while monitoring the O2 Sensor signal in the open state. A fueling sample is again established. The PCM then compares the 2 different O2 Sensor signal readings (fueling samples). If a larger than expected variation is detected, a soft failure is recorded. Three soft failures set a one-trip (1T) failure. After 2 failed trips (2T), a DTC is set and the MIL illuminated.Possible Causes: EGR valve is open at idle EGR solenoid ground circuit is open EGR solenoid control circuit is open, shorted to ground or to voltage ASD relay power circuit open to the EGR solenoid EGR valve or solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed (EGR open or EGR closed)  
P0403 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoEGR Solenoid Circuit Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v. The EGR solenoid control circuit was not in its expected state when requested to operate by the PCM. Possible Causes: EGR solenoid ground circuit is open EGR solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground or to voltage EGR solenoid power circuit is open EGR solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0404 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoEGR Position Sensor Signal Performance Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected that the EGR flow (or valve movement) was not what was expected during the test period. Possible Causes: EGR Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground EGR Sensor 5v supply circuit is open or has high resistance EGR Sensor ground circuit is open EGR solenoid control circuit has a problem EGR valve actuator loose, sticking, blocked or improperly grounded EGR Sensor is damaged or has failed Intermittent condition PCM has failed  
P0405 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoEGR Position Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10v. The PCM detected that the EGR Sensor signal indicated less than 0.1v. Possible Causes: EGR Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground or open EGR Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open or shorted to ground EGR Sensor is damaged (shorted internally) or it has failed EGR position internal failure PCM has failed  
P0406 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoEGR Position Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v. The PCM detected the EGR Sensor indicated more than 4.89v for 6 seconds. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition EGR Sensor signal is shorted to VREF (5v) supply circuit or to battery voltage EGR Sensor ground circuit is open EGR Sensor signal circuit is open EGR Sensor is damaged (it may have an internal open circuit) EGR solenoid failure PCM has failed  
P0420 2T Catalyst 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoCatalyst Efficiency Below Normal (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine speed at 1200-1700 rpm in closed loop with the throttle open for over 2 minutes, ECT Sensor more than 147°F, MAP Sensor signal from 15.0-21.0 in. Hg, and the PCM detected the switch rate of the rear O2 reached 70% of the switch rate of the front O2. Possible Causes: Air leaks in at the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes Base engine problems (high coolant or engine oil consumption) Catalytic converter damaged or has failed Front O2 older (aged) than the rear O2 (O2 is lazy)  
P0420 1T Catalyst 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoCatalyst Efficiency Below Normal (Bank 1) Conditions: Engine is running for more than 90 seconds; engine coolant is more than 158F (70C); vehicle speed is 20-55 mph; engine speed is 1200-1900 rpm; MAP vacuum at 15-20 in. Hg. As catalyst efficiency deteriorates, the switch rate of the downstream O2 Sensor approaches that of the upstream O2 Sensor. If at any point during the test, the switch ratio reaches a predetermined value, a counter is incremented by one. Possible Causes: Catalytic converter damaged or has failed Air leaks in at the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes Base engine problems (high coolant or engine oil consumption) Front O2 older (aged) than the rear O2 (O2 is lazy)  
P0430 1T Catalyst 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoCatalyst (2/1) Efficiency Below Normal Conditions: After engine warm-up, ECT Sensor more than 170°F for 180 seconds of open throttle operation and over 20 mph (engine between 1200-1700 rpm and MAP vacuum between 15-20 in. Hg). As catalyst efficiency deteriorates, the switch rate of the downstream O2 Sensor approaches that of the upstream O2 Sensor. If, at any point during the test, the switch ratio reaches a predetermined value, a counter is incremented by one. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Exhaust leaks Base engine problems Catalytic converter damaged or has failed Front O2 older (aged) than the rear O2 (O2 is lazy)  
P0432 2T Catalyst 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoCatalyst Efficiency Fault (Bank 2) Conditions: Engine started; then vehicle driven at 1200-1700 rpm at over 20 mph with the throttle open and steady for 3 minutes, ECT Sensor over 147°F, MAP Sensor at 15.0-21.0" Hg, and the PCM detected the switch rate of the rear O2 approached the switch rate of the front O2 during the Catalyst Monitor test period. Possible Causes: Air leaks in at the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes Base engine problems (high coolant or engine oil consumption) Catalytic converter damaged or has failed Front O2 older (aged) than the rear O2 (O2 is lazy)  
P0440 2T EVAP 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Purge System Fault Conditions: Ambient Air Temperature from 39-89°F (4-32C); engine running; Fuel level over 12%. The PCM detected that the NVLD switch did not close during medium/large leak test. Once this event occurs, the PCM will increase the amount of vacuum in the system that flows past the purge valve. If the NVLD switch does not close under these conditions, the PCM will set this code. Possible Causes: EVAP purge valve vacuum supply is leaking or clogged EVAP purge valve is stuck closed EVAP purge solenoid has failed NVLD assembly (leak detection) is damaged or has failed NVLD switch circuit is open or the NVLD switch has failed Ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0441 2T EVAP Dakota, DurangoEVAP Purge Flow Monitor Fault Conditions: Engine at idle speed in closed loop for 200 seconds, BARO Sensor signal less than 8,000 feet, ECT Sensor more than 160°F, no Low Fuel, MAP Sensor signal less than 23.7" Hg, and the PCM did not detect any purge flow through the EVAP system during this test. Possible Causes: EVAP purge solenoid vacuum line loose, leaking or restricted EVAP purge solenoid stuck leaking, stuck open or stuck closed EVAP purge vacuum line to canister leaking or disconnected EVAP canister leaking, damaged or has failed  
P0441 2T EVAP 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Purge System Performance Check with cold start test. Engine running. Small leak test passed. The PCM activates the EVAP purge solenoid and it gradually increases to maximum flow. During flow, the PCM looks for the NVLD switch to close. If the PCM does not see the NVLD switch close at maximum flow, an error is detected. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition EVAP purge solenoid functioning improperly EVAP purge solenoid vacuum supply leaking or clogged  
P0442 2T EVAP 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoEVAP System Small Leak Detected Conditions: ECT Sensor from 40-90°F and within 10°F of the BTS input at startup (cold engine), fuel level more than 1/2 full, engine started, EVAP leak test enabled, and the PCM detected a leak greater than 0.040 but less than 0.080" somewhere in the EVAP system.Possible Causes: EVAP fuel tank or canister vapor hoses leaking or damaged EVAP system component leaking, damaged or has failed Fuel tank cap is loose, or the cap release pressure is incorrect Leak detection pump damaged or leaking  
P0442 2T EVAP 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP System Medium Leak Detected Conditions: Monitor with engine running. Cold start test. Fuel level more than 12%. Ambient temperature between 39-89F (4-32C). Closed loop fuel system. Test runs when small leak test is maturing. The PCM activates EVAP purge solenoid to pull EVAP system into a vacuum to close the NVLD switch. Once this switch is closed, the PCM turns the EVAP purge solenoid off to seal the EVAP system. If the NVLD switch re-opens before the calibrated amount of time for a Medium leak, an error is detected. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Vacuum hoses, connections or switches have come loose or malfunctioned EVAP emission system has a leak EVAP purge solenoid operation has malfunctioned NVLD switch operation has malfunctioned  
P0443 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Purge Solenoid Circuit Fault Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10v, EVAP Purge solenoid commanded ON and off, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition at the EVAP purge solenoid for 3 seconds. Note: The solenoid resistance at 68°F is from 25-35 ohms. Possible Causes: EVAP purge solenoid control circuit open or shorted to ground EVAP purge solenoid power circuit open EVAP purge solenoid is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0443 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Purge Solenoid Circuit Fault Conditions: Ignition on or engine running. Battery voltage more than 10v. The PCM will set a trouble code if the actual state of the solenoid does not match the intended state. Possible Causes: EVAP purge solenoid control circuit open or shorted to ground EVAP purge solenoid return circuit open or shorted to ground EVAP purge solenoid is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0452 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoNVLD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine started; and immediately after the engine is running. The PCM activates the NVLD solenoid to test the NVLD switch circuit. If the switch is not open, the PCM sets this code. Possible Causes: EVAP purge solenoid control circuit is shorted to ground EVAP purge solenoid is leaking or it is stuck in open position NVLD assembly or NVLD switch is damaged or it has failed NVLD switch signal circuit is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0453 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoNVLD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine started; and immediately after the engine is running, the PCM activates the NVLD solenoid to test the NVLD switch circuit. If the switch does not close under these conditions, this code is set. Possible Causes: NVLD assembly ground circuit is open NVLD switch signal circuit is open or shorted to power (B+) or to NVLD solenoid control circuit NVLD assembly or switch is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0455 2T EVAP 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Large Leak Detected Conditions: Ambient Air Temperature from 39-89°F at engine startup, engine running under closed loop conditions, Fuel Level over 12%, then with the EVAP purge solenoid enabled (to pull vacuum into the system to close the NVLD switch) and the EVAP "small leak" test maturing, the PCM turns "off" the EVAP purge solenoid once the NVLD switch closes. If the NVLD switch reopens before a calibrated amount of time expires, a "large" leak in the system is detected (larger than 0.080 in.).Possible Causes: EVAP purge solenoid is damaged or it has failed Fuel tank cap is damaged, missing or the wrong part number NVLD switch is damaged or it has failed  
P0455 2T EVAP 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Large Leak (0.80") Detected Conditions: ECT Sensor from 40-90°F and within 10°F of the BTS input at startup (cold startup), fuel level more than 1/2 full, engine started, EVAP leak test enabled, and the PCM detected a leak greater than 0.080 existed somewhere in the EVAP system.Possible Causes: EVAP fuel tank or canister vapor hoses leaking or damaged EVAP system component leaking, fuel cap loose or missing Leak detection pump damaged or leaking  
P0456 2T EVAP 1998-2003 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Small Leak (0.020") Detected Conditions: ECT Sensor from 40-90°F and within 10°F of BTS Sensor at startup, Fuel Level from 15-85%, engine started, EVAP leak test enabled, and the PCM detected a leak greater than 0.020 but less than 0.040" somewhere in the EVAP system.Possible Causes: EVAP fuel tank or canister vapor hoses leaking or damaged EVAP system component leaking, fuel cap loose or missing Leak detection pump damaged or leaking  
P0456 2T EVAP 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoEVAP System Small Leak Detected Conditions: Ambient Air Temperature from 39-109°F at engine startup, engine running under closed loop conditions, Fuel Level below 88%, then with the EVAP system sealed, the PCM monitors the NVLD switch. If the NVLD switch does not close within a calibrated amount of time expires, a "small" leak in the EVAP system was detected.Possible Causes: Fuel tank cap is damaged, loose or the wrong part number Small leak present somewhere in the EVAP system  
P0457 2T EVAP 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLoose Fuel Cap Condition: Monitor with ignition on. Ambient temperature should be between 39-109F (4-43C). Vehicle should be in closed loop fuel system. The PCM has detected an EVAP system leak after a fuel level increase. If the NVLD switch reopens before the calibrated amount of time after a fuel tank fill, an error is detected. MIL will illuminate. Condition requires 3 good trips to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Loose or missing fuel fill cap Intermittent condition NVLD system or switch malfunction EVAP system leaking EVAP purge solenoid malfunction  
P0460 1T CCM 1998-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sending No Change Over Miles Conditions: Engine started; fuel level less than 15% or more than 85%, and the PCM detected a Low Fuel condition that the fuel level was less than 15% for 120 miles, or that the fuel level remained at more than 85% and did not change by at least 10% after traveling over 100 miles. Possible Causes: Fuel level sending unit signal circuit open or shorted to ground Fuel level sending unit ground circuit is open Fuel level sensing unit is damaged or the fuel tank is damaged  
P0461 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sensor No. 1 Malfunction Conditions: Test No. 1: With ignition on, fuel level is compared to the previous key-down after a 20-second delay. If the PCM does not see a difference in the fuel level of more than 0.1v, the test will fail. Test No. 2: The PCM monitors the fuel level with ignition on. If the PCM does not see a change in the fuel level of 0.1765 in. over a set amount of miles, the test will fail. Possible Causes: Fuel tank or internal siphon hose damage Fuel level signal circuit open or shorted to ground Ground circuit is open Fuel level Sensor malfunction  
P0462 1T CCM 1998-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sensing Unit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the fuel level sensing unit signal indicated less than 0.98v, condition met for 200 seconds. No MIL. Possible Causes: Fuel level sending unit signal circuit shorted to Sensor ground Fuel level sending unit signal circuit shorted to chassis ground Fuel level sensing unit is damaged or the fuel tank is damaged BCM or PCM has failed  
P0462 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sensor No. 1 Low Input Conditions: Key on. Battery voltage over 10.4v. Fuel level Sensor signal goes below 0.1961v (exc. Durango, Ram) for more than 5 seconds, or below 0.4v for more than 90 seconds (Durango, Ram). DTC is recorded. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Fuel level sending unit signal circuit shorted to Sensor or chassis ground Fuel level sensing unit is damaged or the fuel tank is damaged Instrument cluster problem  
P0463 1T CCM 1998-2003 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sending Unit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the fuel level sensing unit signal indicated more than 4.90v, condition met for 200 seconds. No MIL. Possible Causes: Fuel level sending unit signal circuit shorted to Sensor or chassis ground Fuel level sensing unit is damaged or the fuel tank is damaged BCM or PCM has failed  
P0463 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel Level Sensor No. 1 High Input Conditions: Key on. Battery voltage over 10.4v. If Fuel Level Sensor signal goes above 4.7v for more than 5 seconds (exc. Durango, Ram, Viper, Liberty), above 4.9v for more than 90 seconds (Durango, Ram, Viper, Liberty), this DTC is recorded. Possible Causes: Fuel level sending unit signal circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage Fuel level Sensor ground circuit is open Fuel level Sensor is damaged or the fuel tank is damaged Instrument cluster is faulty BCM or PCM has failed  
P0480 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoLow Speed (No. 1) Fan Relay Control Circuit Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected low or high voltage condition on the Low Speed Fan Relay control circuit. Possible Causes: LFAN relay power circuit is open from the relay to fused power LFAN relay control circuit is open or shorted to chassis ground LFAN relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0480 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow Speed (No.1) Fan Control Relay Circuit Conditions: Key on. Battery voltage over 10v. An open or shorted circuit is detected in the Low Speed Fan Relay control circuit system. Possible Causes: Fan relay intermittent condition Ground circuit is open Fused B+ output circuit malfunction Fan relay control circuit is open or shorted to battery voltage or ground Fan relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0481 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoHigh Speed (No. 2) Fan Relay Control Circuit Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected low or high voltage condition (open or shorted condition) on the High Speed Fan Relay circuit. Possible Causes: HFAN relay power circuit is open from the relay to fused power HFAN relay control circuit is open or shorted to chassis ground Fan relay(s) failed PCM has failed.  
P0498 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoNVLD Canister Vent Solenoid Circuit Low Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected low voltage condition on the Natural Vacuum Leak Detection (NVLD) control circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: NVLD canister vent solenoid control circuit is shorted to ground NVLD canister vent solenoid is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0499 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoNVLD Canister Vent Solenoid Circuit High Conditions: Key on or engine running. The PCM detected an open or unexpected high voltage condition on the Natural Vacuum Leak Detection (NVLD) circuit. Possible Causes: NVLD canister vent solenoid control circuit is open or is shorted to power NVLD canister vent solenoid ground circuit is open NVLD canister vent solenoid is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0500 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Fault Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 31 seconds, ECT Sensor more than 180°F, transaxle not in Park or Neutral, brakes not applied, engine speed over 1800 rpm, MAP Sensor less than 11" Hg, and the PCM did not detect a VSS signal from the TCM for over 11 seconds. Possible Causes: VSS or OSS signal circuit to the PCM is open or shorted to ground VSS or OSS power circuit (8v) is open or shorted to ground VSS or OSS ground circuit to the PCM is open Speedometer pinion or the VSS is damaged or has failed  
P0501 2T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor Performance Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at over 1500 rpm for 10 seconds, gear selector not in Park or Neutral (or clutch is not depressed on M/T); brakes not applied. The PCM (or ECM: Liberty with Diesel) did not receive any VSS signals from the TCM (BCM: Liberty) for 11 seconds for 2 consecutive trips. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Check for any ABS/RWAL or TCM codes related to the VSS VSS connector is damaged, open or it is shorted VSS signal is open, shorted to ground or shorted to power Incorrect tire circumference ABS/RWAL controller, BCM, ECM, TCM or PCM has failed  
P0503 1T or 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor No. 1 Erratic Performance Conditions: Ignition is on; battery voltage over 10v; transmission in Drive or Reverse; brakes not applied. Vehicle speed signal is erratic during road load conditions. One-trip fault for ETC vehicles; Two-trip fault for ETC vehicles. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Check for active Bus or Communication DTCs Incorrect Tire Circumference PCM has failed  
P0505 2T IAC 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Control Motor Circuit Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 11.5v and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on one or more of the IAC motor circuits for 2.75 seconds (exc. Viper) or for 100ms (Viper), with the IAC motor active. Possible Causes: Stepper motor Coil No. 1, 2, 3 or 4 circuit open or shorted to ground Stepper motor coil circuit(s) shorted to system power (B+) Stepper motor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0506 1T CCM 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoIdle Speed Low Performance Conditions: Engine running at idle speed in closed loop, and the PCM detected the actual idle speed was not within the expected low idle speed limit when compared to the target idle speed limit. Possible Causes: Air induction system restrictions (clogged air filter, etc.) Idle air control passage is clogged or dirty (clean and retest) Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking  
P0506 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Speed Low Performance Conditions: Engine running at idle speed; MAF is less than 250 mg/tdc; air temperature is greater than 0F (-18C) and less than 19F (-7C) enable after coolant temperature is greater than 158F (70C) or air temperature is greater than 19F (-7C); coolant temperature is between 19 to 266F (-7 to 130C); canister purge is less than 100% duty cycle; no DTCs are present for VSS, MAF/MAP, ECT, TPS, ECT and CKP Sensors; also no fuel system or injector related DTCs are present. If the DTC detects that engine speed is 100 rpm or more below the normal idle speed for 7 seconds, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Air induction system restrictions Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking Intermittent condition PCM has failed  
P0507 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoIdle Speed High Performance Conditions: No CKP, ECT, MAF, MAP or VSS codes set, engine started, engine running at idle speed, BTS Sensor from 0-19.4F, ECT Sensor from 158-266F, MAF Sensor under 250 mg, and the PCM detected the Actual speed was 200 rpm above the Target speed for 7 seconds. Possible Causes: Idle air control passage is clogged or dirty (clean and retest) Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking Vacuum leaks in the engine or PCV system components Intermittent condition PCM has failed  
P0507 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Speed High Performance Conditions: Engine running at idle speed in closed loop. If engine rpm does not come within a calibratable high limit of the target idle speed, a failure timer will increment. When the appropriate failure timer reaches its maximum threshold without sign of rpm trending toward control, a soft-fail is generated. When a calibratable number of the soft-fails is reached, a 1-trip fault is set. When two 1-trip faults occur in a row, the DTC is set and the MIL illuminates. Possible Causes: PCV system malfunction Air induction system restrictions (clogged air filter, etc.) Idle air control passage is clogged or dirty (clean and retest) Air induction system malfunction Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking  
P0507 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Speed High Performance Higher Than Expected Conditions: Engine running at idle speed; MAF is less than 250 mg/tdc; air temperature is greater than 0F (-18C) and less than 19F (-7C) enable after coolant temperature is greater than 158F (70C) or air temperature is greater than 19F (-7C); coolant temperature is between 19 to 266F (-7 to 130C); canister purge is less than 100% duty cycle; no DTCs are present for VSS, MAF/MAP, ECT, TPS, ECT and CKP Sensors; also no fuel system or injector related DTCs are present. If the DTC detects that engine speed is 200 rpm or more above the normal idle speed for 7 seconds, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Air induction system restrictions (clogged air filter, etc.) Vacuum leaks Intermittent condition Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking PCM has failed  
P0508 2T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Control Motor Sense Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v; IAC motor operating. The PCM detected the IAC Motor Sense circuit current was less than 175mA during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: IAC motor driver circuit is open or shorted to ground IAC motor sense circuit is open or shorted to ground IAC motor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0508 1 CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Control Motor Sense Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine running; system voltage over 10v; IAC motor operating. The PCM senses an open or short to ground on any of the Linear Idle Air Control (LIAC) control circuits for 2.75 seconds while the IAC motor is active. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: IAC motor control circuit is open or shorted to ground IAC motor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground IAC motor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0509 2T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Control Motor Circuit High Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v, IAC motor activated, and the PCM detected a high voltage on one or more of the IAC motor circuits (over 980mA) during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: IAC motor driver circuit is shorted to power IAC motor sense circuit is shorted to power IAC motor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0509 1 CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Control Motor Sense Circuit High Conditions: Engine running; system voltage over 10v; IAC motor operating. The PCM senses a short-to-power on any of the Linear Idle Air Control (LIAC) control circuits for 2.75 seconds while the IAC motor is active. 3 good trips are required to turn off the MIL. Possible Causes: IAC motor control circuit is shorted to battery power IAC motor signal circuit is open or shorted to battery power IAC control circuit is shorted to IAC return circuit IAC motor is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0513 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoInvalid SKIM Key Detected Conditions: Key on, and the PCM detected an invalid Sentry Key Immobilizer key had been inserted into the ignition key assembly. Possible Causes: Incorrect VIN in the PCM No communication between the PCM and the SKIM SKIM trouble codes present (check for any SKIM codes) Valid SKIM key not present VIN not programmed into the PCM PCM has failed  
P0516 1T CCM 2003-05 Dakota, DurangoBattery Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected a Battery Temperature Sensor signal that indicated less than 0.10v (exc. Ram, Liberty) or less than 0.039v (Ram, Liberty). 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: BTS signal circuit is shorted to Sensor or chassis ground BTS assembly is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0517 1T CCM 2003-05 Dakota, DurangoBattery Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected a Battery Temperature Sensor signal that indicated more than 4.8v (exc. Ram, Liberty) or more than 4.94v (Ram, Liberty). Possible Causes: BTS signal circuit is shorted to VREF (5v) BTS signal circuit is open or the BTS ground circuit is open BTS assembly is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0519 2T IAC 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoIdle Air Performance Conditions: DTC P0106, P0107, P0108, P0121, P0122 and P0123 not set, engine started, engine running with the gear selector indicating Drive position, and the PCM detected the engine idle speed was not within 200 rpm of the high idle limit or within 100 rpm of the low idle limit when compared to the Target Idle Speed limit for 40 seconds. Possible Causes: Idle air control passage is clogged or dirty (clean and retest) Throttle body or linkage is binding, damaged or sticking Vacuum leaks in the engine or PCV system components  
P0520 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Out of Range Conditions: Key on (engine not started). The PCM detected an engine oil pressure reading out of the calibrated range. Possible Causes: Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor ground circuit has high resistance Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0521 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Does Not Reach Range Conditions: Engine running. The PCM detected an engine oil pressure reading never reaches the calibrated specification when engine is at 1250 rpm. Possible Causes: Engine oil or engine mechanical fault Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to battery Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor return circuit has high resistance Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0522 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Rationality Conditions: Key on (engine not started), engine speed (rpm) indicating 0 rpm, and the PCM detected an engine oil pressure reading not within calibrated range. Possible Causes: Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is open Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0522 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Rationality Conditions: Engine running; battery voltage over 10.4v. If the PCM detected an engine oil pressure voltage reading of less than 0.1v for 0.5 second (Neon, Dakota, Durango, Ram), less than 0.3v (Viper), or less that 0.942v (Liberty), this DTC will set. Possible Causes: 5v supply circuit is open or is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground or to sensor ground Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0523 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Rationality Conditions: Key on (engine not started), engine speed (rpm) indicating 0 rpm, and the PCM detected an engine oil pressure reading. Possible Causes: Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is open Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0523 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Sensor Circuit High Conditions: Key on (engine not started). The PCM detected an engine oil pressure reading greater than the calibrated amount. Possible Causes: Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to battery voltage or to 5v supply circuit Oil pressure Sensor ground circuit is open Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0524 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Oil Pressure Low Conditions: Engine running. The PCM detected that the engine oil pressure never reaches the calibrated specification to allow the MDS activation. Possible Causes: Engine oil system or engine mechanical faults Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to battery voltage or to ground Oil pressure Sensor signal circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit is shorted to ground Oil pressure Sensor return circuit has high resistance Oil pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0532 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoAir Conditioning Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine running with the A/C relay energized. The PCM detected the signal from the A/C Pressure Sensor indicated less than 0.58v for over 2.6 seconds during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: A/C pressure Sensor 5v power supply (VREF) circuit is open or is shorted to ground A/C pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground or to Sensor ground circuit A/C pressure Sensor is damaged or it has failed Front A/C control module damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0533 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoAir Conditioning Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine running with the A/C relay energized, and the PCM detected the signal from the A/C Pressure Sensor indicated less than 4.92v for over 2.6 seconds during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: A/C pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to 5v VREF power A/C pressure Sensor signal circuit or ground circuit is open A/C pressure Sensor is damaged or it has failed Front A/C control module is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0551 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoPower Steering Pressure Switch Circuit Failure Conditions: Vehicle driven at more than 56 mph for more than 30 seconds and the PCM detected a high voltage input on the PSPS circuit (pressure exceeds 500 psi). This is a normally open switch. Possible Causes: PSPS sense circuit is shorted to ground PSPS is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0551 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoPower Steering Pressure Switch Circuit Failure Conditions: Engine running and vehicle driven at more than 40 mph for 30 seconds. If the PCM detected the PSPS signal remains open for 2 consecutive trips, this DTC will set. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: PSPS sense circuit is open between the switch and the PCM PSPS ground circuit is open between the switch and ground PSPS is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0562 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoBattery Sense Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine running at a speed over 380 rpm, and the PCM detected the Battery Sense circuit voltage indicated one volt less than the Charging system "goal" (11.50v) for 13.47 seconds. Possible Causes: Battery sense circuit has a high resistance condition Generator ground circuit has a high resistance condition Generator field ground circuit is open Generator field control circuit is open or shorted to ground Generator is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0562 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBattery Voltage Low Input Conditions: Engine running at a speed over 1000 rpm. If battery voltage is 1v less than desired voltage for a set period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Resistance in battery positive circuit Resistance in the generator case ground Generator field ground circuit is open or shorted to ground Generator is damaged or it has failed Ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0563 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoBattery Sense Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine running at a speed over 380 rpm, and the PCM detected the Battery Sense circuit voltage indicated 1v higher than the Charging system "goal" during the CCM test. Possible Causes: Generator field control circuit is shorted to system power (B+) Generator is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0563 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBattery (Charging System) Voltage High Input Conditions: Engine running at a speed over 1000 rpm. No other charging system codes are set. If battery voltage is 1v more than desired voltage for a set period of time, this DTC will set. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Generator field ground circuit is shorted to battery voltage Generator is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0571 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Switch No. 1 No Output Signal Conditions: Ignition is on. If output of BS 1 to PCM looks like brake is not applied, while BS 2 circuit is applied, the fault will mature in 60ms. Possible Causes: BS 1 signal open or shorted to ground BS 2 signal open or shorted to ground Ground circuit is open Fused ignition switch output is open Stop lamp switch is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0572 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Switch Signal No. 1 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on. When PCM recognizes that brake switch is mechanically stuck in the low/on position, a DTC will set. Three global good trips are necessary to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Brake switch signal circuit is shorted to ground BS No. 2 signal open (5.7L) Brake switch is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0573 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Switch No. 1 Stuck High/Off Conditions: Ignition is on. If PCM recognizes BS No. 11 is mechanically stuck in the high/off position, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: BS No. 2 signal open or shorted to ground BS No. 1 signal shorted to ground or to voltage Ground circuit is open Fused ignition switch output is open Stop lamp switch is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0579 1T CCM 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 1 Performance Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected a continuous invalid voltage condition on the Speed Control Switch No. 1 signal. Possible Causes: S/C switch signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground S/C switch signal circuit is open or shorted to system power S/C switch is damaged or it has failed Sensor ground circuit is open PCM has failed  
P0580 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 1 Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine started; system voltage over 10.0v and the PCM detected the Speed Control Switch No. 1 signal indicated less than 0.43v (exc. Liberty) or 0.60v (Liberty) for 2 minutes. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition S/C switch signal circuit is shorted to chassis or Sensor ground S/C On/Off switch is damaged or it has failed S/C Resume/Accel switch is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed.  
P0580 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango with 5.7LSpeed Control Switch No. 1 Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on. The PCM detected the Speed Control Switch No. 1 signal is below the minimum acceptable voltage. Possible Causes: S/C switch No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to S/C switch return circuit S/C switch No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to ground Clockspring is damaged or it has failed Speed control switch No. 1 has failed PCM has failed  
P0581 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 1 Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10v and the PCM detected an open or shorted condition, or above maximum acceptable S/C switch voltage, in the Speed Control Switch signal circuit. Possible Causes: S/C switch No.1 signal circuit is shorted to system power (B+) S/C switch ground circuit is open S/C switch signal circuit is open between PCM and clockspring S/C Sensor ground circuit is open between PCM and clockspring or clockspring and S/C switch Clockspring has failed S/C switch (one or more) is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0582 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Vacuum Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on or engine started; Speed Control (S/C) system activated, and the PCM detected an open or short to voltage condition on the S/C Vacuum solenoid circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: S/C supply circuit is open or is short to ground or to battery voltage S/C vacuum solenoid control circuit is open S/C vacuum solenoid control circuit is shorted to ground S/C vacuum solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0585 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, Durango with 5.7LSpeed Control Vacuum Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected the C/S switch inputs are not coherent with each other; for example, the PCM is reading C/S switch No. 1 as Accel and switch No. 2 as Coast at the same time. Possible Causes: S/C signal circuits shorted to battery voltage High resistance in the S/C switch signal or return circuits S/C switch No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to switch No. 2 signal circuit S/C signal circuits shorted to ground Clockspring is damaged or has failed S/C switch(es) has failed PCM has failed  
P0586 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Vent Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; battery voltage over 10v; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the S/C Vent solenoid circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: S/C supply circuit is open or is short to ground S/C vent solenoid control circuit is open S/C vent solenoid control circuit is shorted to ground S/C vent solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0591 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 2 Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected S/C switch No. 2 output voltage is not out of range, but it does not equal any of the values for any of the button positions. Possible Causes: S/C switch No. 2 signal circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage S/C return circuit is open S/C switch No. 2 signal circuit is shorted to switch return circuit S/C switch No. 2 has failed Clockspring has failed PCM has failed  
P0592 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 2 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition on; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected S/C switch No. 2 input voltage is below minimum acceptable voltage at the PCM. Possible Causes: S/C switch No. 2 signal circuit is shorted to ground or to switch return circuit S/C switch No. 2 has failed Clockspring has failed PCM has failed  
P0593 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch No. 2 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition on; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected S/C switch No. 2 input voltage is above maximum acceptable voltage at the PCM. Possible Causes: S/C switch No. 2 signal circuit shorted to voltage or open between PCM and clockspring S/C switch No. 2 signal circuit is open between the clockspring and S/C switch S/C switch return circuit is open between PCM and clockspring or S/C switch S/C switch No. 2 or clockspring has failed PCM has failed  
P0594 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Servo Power Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; Speed Control (S/C) system activated. The PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the S/C Vent solenoid circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: S/C solenoid or vent solenoid has failed Brake switch is damaged or it has failed S/C brake switch circuit is open or it is shorted to ground S/C power circuit is open or it is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0600 1T PCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoPCM Internal Failure, No SPI Communications Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the initial serial data communications attempt failed 8 times in succession. Possible Causes: Turn the key off. Remove the PCM connector(s) and inspect the wiring harness connector pins and PCM pins for damaged, bent or missing pins. If any problems are located, make the repair and then perform the PCM Reset function. If this code resets after the repairs are made, the PCM has failed. PCM needs to be replaced, and then reprogrammed  
P0600 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSerial Communication Link Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on. Internal Bus communication failure is recognized between engine and transmission processors. Possible Causes: PCM or SPI failure  
P0601 1T PCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoPCM Random Access Memory Failure, Self-Test Failed Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the Random Access Memory (RAM) test failed in the initial Self-Test. Possible Causes: PCM needs to be replaced, and then reprogrammed  
P0601 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoPCM Internal Controller Failure Conditions: Ignition on. Internal CHECKSUM (or Bus communication) for software has failed; no communication between processors; cannot match calculated value. Possible Causes: PCM or SPI failure  
P0604 1T PCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoTCM Random Access Memory Failure, Self-Test Failed Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.5v and the TCM detected the Random Access Memory (RAM) test failed during the initial Self-Test. Possible Causes: TCM needs to be replaced, and then reprogrammed  
P0605 1T PCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoTCM Random Access Memory Failure, Self-Test Failed Conditions: Key on, system voltage over 10.5v and the TCM detected the Read Only Memory (ROM) test failed during the initial Self-Test. Possible Causes: TCM needs to be replaced, and then reprogrammed  
P0606 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Control Module Processor Malfunction Conditions: Engine running. When the PCM detected an internal failure to communicate with the ECM, or the CMP and CKP Sensor count periods are too short, the DTC will set. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: PCM has failed  
P060B 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control A-D Ground Malfunction Conditions: When throttle motor is powered, if A to D reading does not return to ground within a set period of time from the test activation, this DTC will set. The test typically runs a couple of times per second, and is the reason why the APP2 signal spikes to ground a couple of times per second in normal running. Reprogramming the module may not always fix this fault. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P060D 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control Level 2 Performance Conditions: When throttle motor is powered and no matured faults related to APP Sensors are present. When secondary software determines that APPS 1 and APPS 2 signals do not match for a period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P060E 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control Level 2 TPS Performance Conditions: When throttle motor is powered and no matured faults related to TP Sensors are present. When secondary software determines that TP Sensor No. 1 and TP Sensor No. 2 signals do not match for a period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P060F 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control Level 2 ETC Performance Conditions: When throttle motor is powered and no matured faults related to ETC Sensor is present. When secondary software determines that ETC Sensor signal is implausible for a period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P061C 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control Level 2 RPM Performance Conditions: When throttle motor is powered, and no CMP or CKP electrical signal related DTCs are set, if the secondary software determines that the engine speed is implausible for a period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P0622 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoGenerator Field Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine running. The PCM detected the Generator Field control circuit had malfunctioned (PCM tries to regulate the generator field with no result). Possible Causes: Generator field control circuit is open or is shorted to ground Generator field control circuit is shorted to system power (B+) Generator field ground circuit is open Generator is damaged or PCM has failed PCM has failed  
P0627 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoFuel Pump Relay Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v. The PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition (open or short) on the Fuel Pump relay control circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Fuel pump relay control circuit is open or is shorted to ground Fuel pump relay control circuit is shorted to system power (B+) Fuel pump relay power circuit (fused ignition) circuit is open Fuel pump relay is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P062C 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoEngine Temperature Control Level 2 MPH Performance Conditions: When throttle motor is powered, and no vehicle speed related DTCs are set, if the secondary software determines that the vehicle speed is implausible for a period of time, this DTC will set. The ETC lamp will flash. Possible Causes: PCM need to be reprogrammed PCM has failed  
P0628 1T CCM 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoFuel Pump Relay Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Fuel Pump relay control circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Fuel pump relay circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power Fuel pump relay power circuit (fused ignition) circuit is open Fuel pump relay is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0630 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoVIN Not Programmed Into The PCM Conditions: Key on, and the PCM determined that the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) had not been programmed into its memory. Possible Causes: Reprogram the correct VIN into the PCM PCM has failed  
P0632 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoOdometer Not Programmed Into The PCM Conditions: Key on, and the PCM detected the vehicle mileage had not been programmed into memory. Possible Causes: Reprogram the correct mileage into the PCM PCM has failed  
P0633 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoSKIM Key Not Programmed Into The PCM Conditions: Key on, and the PCM determined that the Security Key Immobilizer (SKIM) information had not been programmed into its memory. Possible Causes: Reprogram the SKIM key into the PCM PCM has failed  
P0642 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSensor Reference Voltage 1 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on. When the PCM recognizes the primary 5v supply circuit voltage is too low, this DTC will set. The ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Primary 5v supply shorted to ground Sensor is shorted to ground 5v Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0643 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSensor Reference Voltage 1 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on. When the PCM recognizes the primary 5v supply circuit voltage is too high, this DTC will set. The ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Primary 5v supply shorted to battery voltage PCM has failed  
P0645 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/C Clutch Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.0v, A/C switch "on". The PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition (open or shorted condition) on the A/C Clutch relay control circuit during the CCM test. Possible Causes: Internally fused ignition switch output circuit is faulty A/C relay clutch control circuit is open or it is shorted to ground A/C relay clutch power supply (fused ignition) circuit is open A/C relay is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0652 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSensor Reference Voltage 2 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on. When the PCM recognizes the auxiliary 5v supply circuit voltage is too low, this DTC will set. The ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Auxiliary 5v supply shorted to ground Sensor is shorted to ground CMP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P0653 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSensor Reference Voltage 2 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on. When the PCM recognizes the auxiliary 5v supply circuit voltage is too high, this DTC will set. The ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Auxiliary 5v supply shorted to battery voltage PCM has failed  
P0660 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoManifold Tune Valve Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; ASD relay "on", system voltage over 10.0v, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Manifold Tune Valve (MTV) solenoid control circuit. Possible Causes: Fused B+ circuit has failed MTV solenoid/relay circuit is open or it is shorted to ground MTV solenoid/relay circuit is shorted to power MTV solenoid/relay ground circuit is open MTV solenoid/relay is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0685 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoASD Relay Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on; system voltage over 10.0v. The PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition (open or short) on the Automatic Shutdown (ASD) relay control circuit during the CCM test period (ASD actual state is not equal to the desired state). 3 good trips are required to turn off MIL. P0688 may also set. Possible Causes: Fused B+ circuit faults ASD relay connector is damaged, loose or shorted ASD relay control circuit is open or it is shorted to ground ASD power supply (fused B+) circuit is open ASD relay is damaged, has high resistance, or it has failed PCM has failed  
P0688 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoASD Relay Sense Circuit Low Conditions: Key on, ASD relay energized, system voltage over 10.0v, and the PCM did not detect any voltage on the Automatic Shutdown (ASD) Sense circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: ASD relay output circuit is open ASD power supply (fused B+) circuit is open ASD relay is damaged or it has failed Problem in fuse/relay center PCM no start condition PCM has failed  
P0689 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoASD Relay Sense Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; ASD relay energized; system voltage 9-16v. The ASD output circuit voltage drops below an acceptable value at the Front Control Module (FCM). This circuit is continuously monitored. Possible Causes: ASD power supply (fused B+) problem ASD relay output circuit is open or is shorted to ground ASD relay has failed PCM has failed  
P0690 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoASD Relay Sense Circuit High Conditions: Key on, ASD relay energized, system voltage over 10.0v, and the PCM (PT Cruiser) or FCM (Durango) detects high voltage on the Automatic Shutdown (ASD) Sense circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition ASD relay output circuit is shorted to voltage ASD relay is damaged or it has failed PCM internal short to voltage PCM has failed  
P0691 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow Speed Fan (Fan No. 1) Relay Control Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; No. 1 cooling fan relay is actuated. If the PCM (PT Cruiser) or FCM (Durango) detects no voltage (open or shorted to ground) on the Radiator Fan Relay control circuit for more than 3 seconds, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Fused ignition switch output circuit problems Radiator fan relay has failed Radiator fan control circuit is open or is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0692 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow Speed Fan (Fan No. 1) Relay Control Circuit High Conditions: Key on; radiator fan commanded ON. If the PCM (PT Cruiser) or FCM (Durango) detects an open or high voltage on the Radiator Fan Relay circuit for more than 3 seconds, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Radiator fan relay has failed Radiator fan control circuit is shorted to battery voltage PCM has failed  
P0693 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoHigh Speed Fan (Fan No. 2) Relay Control Circuit Low Conditions: Key on; fan relay is powered on. If the PCM (PT Cruiser) or FCM (Durango) detects no voltage (open or shorted) on the Radiator Fan Relay control circuit for more than 3 seconds, this DTC will set. Circuit is continuously monitored. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Fused ignition switch output circuit problems Radiator fan relay has failed Radiator fan control circuit is open or is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P0694 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoHigh Speed Fan (Fan No. 2) Relay Control Circuit High Conditions: Key on; radiator fan commanded ON. If the PCM (PT Cruiser) or FCM (Durango) detects an open, short or high voltage on the Radiator Fan Relay circuit for more than 3 seconds, this DTC will set. This circuit is continuously monitored. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Radiator fan relay has failed Radiator fan control circuit is open or shorted to battery voltage PCM has failed  
P0700 2T TCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoAutomatic Transmission Control System Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on or engine started. The PCM received a message over the CCD Bus from the Transmission Control Module (TCM) that it had detected a problem and set a trouble code in memory. Possible Causes: The presence of this code means the TCM detected a problem TCM related Sensor has solenoid is damaged or has failed This code is for information only - check for other TCM codes TCM or PCM has failed  
P0703 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Brake Switch Sense Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to over 20 mph with the TP Sensor over 0.02v for 6 seconds, followed by a deceleration period to 0 mph at least 16 times, and the PCM detected the Brake switch signal status was not correct during the acceleration/deceleration periods. Possible Causes: Brake switch signal circuit or the switch ground circuit is open Brake switch is damaged, out of adjustment or has failed PCM has failed  
P0703 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Brake Switch No. 2 Performance Malfunction Conditions: Ignition is on. When the PCM recognizes brake switch No.2 voltage is not equal to applied value at the PCM when brake switch No. 1 is applied, this DTC will set. Note: This could be a normal condition; however, if this condition is seen repeatedly by the PCM, the DTC will be set. Cruise control will not work for the rest of the key cycle. Possible Causes: Fused B+ circuit malfunction Brake switch output circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage or to ground Brake switch 1 signal circuit is open Brake switch has failed PCM has failed  
P0705 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Check Shifter Signal Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected at least three occurrences of an invalid TR Sensor PRNDL signal for over 100 ms. Possible Causes: TR1, T3, T41 or T42 sense circuit is open TR1, T3, T41 or T42 sense circuit is shorted to ground TR1, T3, T41 or T42 Sensor circuit is shorted to system power Transmission Range Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0706 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Check Shifter Signal Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on. After 3 occurrences in one ignition cycle of an invalid PRNDL DDTC which last for more than 0.1 second. NOTE: All indicator lights on the instrument cluster will illuminate boxed when the vehicle engine is not running, ignition on, or engine running in Park or Neutral if a problem exists. Possible Causes: Shifter out of adjustment TRS T1, T3, T41 or T42 sense circuit is open, shorted to ground or to voltage TRS Sensor has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0711 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Signal - No Rise After Startup Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 20 minutes, and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal did not increase at least 16°F; or the PCM detected the TFT Sensor indicated more than 260°F with the ECT Sensor signal indicating less than 100°F during the CCM test. Possible Causes: TFT Sensor signal has an intermittent high resistance condition TFT Sensor is damaged, skewed or has drifted out of range PCM has failed  
P0711 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Signal - No Rise After Startup Conditions: Engine started. This DTC will set when the desired transmission temperature does not reach a normal operation temperature within a given time frame. Time is variable due to ambient temperature at cold engine start: from 35 minutes at 40F (-40C) to 10 minutes at 60F (15C). Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Transmission temperature Sensor has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0712 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Low Input Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal was under 1.55v for 2.2 seconds. Possible Causes: TFT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TFT Sensor is damaged or has failed (it may be shorted) PCM has failed  
P0712 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Low Input Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal was under 0.078v for 0.45 second. Possible Causes: Related DTCs are present TFT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TFT Sensor is damaged or has failed (it may be shorted) Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0713 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor High Input Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal was over 3.76v for 2.2 seconds. Possible Causes: TFT Sensor signal circuit is open between the Sensor and PCM TFT Sensor ground circuit is open between Sensor and PCM TFT Sensor is damaged or has failed (it may be open internally) PCM has failed  
P0713 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor High Input Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal was over 4.94v for 0.45 second. Possible Causes: Related DTCs are present TFT Sensor signal circuit is open or is shorted to voltage TFT Sensor is damaged or has failed (it may be shorted) Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0714 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Intermittent Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor signal was fluctuating or changes abruptly within a predetermined period of time. Possible Causes: Related DTCs are present TFT Sensor is damaged or has failed (it may be shorted) Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0715 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Input Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Vehicle driven in 1st, 2nd or 3rd gear with Output Speed Sensor (OSS) signals present, and the PCM did not detect any ISS signals less for 1 second with the vehicle in 2nd gear. Possible Causes: ISS signal (+) circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power ISS signal (-) circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power ISS is damaged or has failed (it may be open internally) Overdrive clutch drum lugs are damaged or missing PCM has failed  
P0715 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoTCM Input Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; the transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. This DTC will set if there is an excessive change in the Input RPM in any gear. Possible Causes: ISS ground circuit is open or is shorted to voltage ISS signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power ISS Sensor is damaged or it has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0720 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Output Speed Sensor - Low Output Above 15 MPH Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 15 mph, and the PCM detected the OSS signal was less than 60 RPM for 2.6 seconds. Possible Causes: OSS signal (+) circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power OSS signal (-) circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power OSS is damaged or has failed (it may be open internally) Parking pawl lugs damaged or missing PCM has failed  
P0720 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoTCM Output Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; the transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. This DTC will set if there is an excessive change in the Output RPM in any gear. On some models, this DTC can take up to 5 minutes of problem identification before lighting the MIL. Possible Causes: OSS ground circuit is open or is shorted to voltage or to ground Speed Sensor ground circuit is open, shorted to ground or to voltage OSS Sensor is damaged or it has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM or TCM has failed  
P0725 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Engine Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine running; and the PCM detected an Engine Speed Sensor reading of less than 390 rpm or more than 8000 rpm occurred for 2 seconds during the CCM test. Possible Causes: Check for trouble codes related to the CKP Sensor CKP Sensor signal circuit open, shorted to ground or to power CKP Sensor is damaged or has failed (open or shorted) Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0731 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In First Gear Conditions: Vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph at more than 500 rpm, gear selector in 1 Gear in Drive, and the PCM detected too much difference in the engine speed and output shaft speed. Possible Causes: U/D and 2/4 pressures less than 105 psi U/D or L/R clutch volume indexes out of specification L/R accumulator seals are damaged or L/R switch valve stuck L/R switch valve stuck in first gear position Transmission has an internal leak (U/D or other seals leaking)  
P0731 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In First Gear Conditions: The transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. If the ratio of the Input RPM to the Output RPM does not match the current gear ratio, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0732 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Second Gear Conditions: Vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph at more than 500 rpm, gear selector in 2nd Gear in Drive, and the PCM detected too much difference in the engine speed and output shaft speed. Possible Causes: U/D and L/R pressures less than 95 psi at 2000 rpm U/D or 2/4 clutch volume indexes out of specification L/R accumulator seals are damaged or L/R switch valve stuck Transmission has an internal leak (U/D or 2/4 seals leaking) L/R switch valve stuck in first gear position  
P0732 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Second Gear Conditions: The transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. If the ratio of the Input RPM to the Output RPM does not match the current gear ratio, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Transmission solenoid/pressure switch assembly has malfunctioned or failed Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0733 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Third Gear Conditions: Vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph at more than 500 rpm, gear selector in 3rd Gear in Drive, and the PCM detected too much difference in the engine speed and output shaft speed. Possible Causes: O/D and U/D pressures less than 75 psi O/D or U/D clutch volume indexes out of specification O/D accumulator seals are damaged L/R switch valve stuck in first gear position Transmission has an internal leak (U/D seals leaking)  
P0733 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Third Gear Conditions: The transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. If the ratio of the Input RPM to the Output RPM does not match the current gear ratio, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Transmission solenoid/pressure switch assembly has malfunctioned or failed Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0734 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Fourth Gear Conditions: Vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph at more than 500 rpm, gear selector in 4th Gear in Drive, and the PCM detected too much difference in the engine speed and output shaft speed. Possible Causes: Customer may complain of intermittent 4th gear operation O/D and 2/4 pressures less than 75 psi O/D or 2/4 clutch volume indexes out of specification O/D accumulator seals are damaged Transmission enters "limp in" mode running in 4th gear  
P0734 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Fourth Gear Conditions: The transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. If the ratio of the Input RPM to the Output RPM does not match the current gear ratio, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Transmission solenoid/pressure switch assembly has malfunctioned or failed Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0735 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/T Gear Ratio Error Fourth Prime Conditions: Vehicle driven any forward Gear, and the TCM detected the ratio of the Input speed to the Output Speed did not match the current Gear Ratio (this test can take up to 5 minutes). Possible Causes: Related Gear Ratio trouble codes may be stored (note that some of these Gear Ratio trouble codes may be intermittent) Transmission has internal problems or damage present  
P0736 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Reverse Gear Conditions: Vehicle driven in Reverse Gear at more than 500 rpm, and the PCM detected the ratio of the Input speed to the Output Speed did not match the current Gear Ratio during the test. Possible Causes: Customer may complain of intermittent Reverse gear operation Related Gear Ratio trouble codes may be stored Transmission has internal problems or damage present  
P0736 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional Gear Ratio Error In Reverse Gear Conditions: The transmission gear ratio is monitored continuously while the transmission is in gear. If the ratio of the Input RPM to the Output RPM does not match the current gear ratio, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0740 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Torque Converter Clutch - No RPM Drop At Lockup Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at over 1750 rpm at 50 mph for 20 seconds, TCC command at 100%, and the PCM detected the engine speed was not within 60 rpm of ISS speed with the TP angle less than 30 degrees. The test must fail 3 times on one trip to set a code. Possible Causes: Internal transmission component fault (Input or Reaction shaft) Internal transmission leakage (valve body leaking or seal rings) Converter clutch valve or clutch timing valve is sticking TCC assembly has failed  
P0740 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Torque Converter Clutch System Out of Range Conditions: The TCC is in FEMCC or PEMCC, transmission temperature is hot, engine temperature is more than 100F (38C), transmission input speed is more than 1750 rpm, with TPS less than 30. The TCC is modulated by controlling the duty cycle of the L/R solenoid, until the difference between the engine and transmission input speed rpm or duty cycle is within desired range. The DTC is set after the period of 10 seconds and 3 occurrences of either: FEMCC with slip greater than 100 rpm or PEMCC duty cycle is more than 85%. Possible Causes: Related DTCs will be present Internal transmission mechanical problems may exist Intermittent gear ratio errors are present  
P0743 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Key on or engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the TCC solenoid control circuit during the test. Possible Causes: TCC power circuit is open between the solenoid and Fused B+ TCC solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground TCC solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power TCC solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0748 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Solenoid/Transmission Relay Fault Conditions: Engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage on the GPS control circuit. This solenoid is used to control governor pressure so the transmission can determine shift points. Possible Causes: A/T transmission relay power circuit is open (test power to B+) A/T transmission relay is damaged or has failed Governor pressure solenoid circuit is open or shorted to ground Governor pressure solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0750 1T CCM 1998-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Low/Reverse Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Key on, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the L/R Solenoid control circuit after the solenoid was enabled and disabled (the PCM checks for an inductive spike). Possible Causes: L/R solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground L/R solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power L/R Solenoid is damaged or has failed TCM or PCM has failed  
P0750 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Low/Reverse Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Solenoids are tested initially at power-up, then every 10 seconds thereafter, the solenoids will also be tested immediately after a gear ratio or pressure switch error is detected. 3 consecutive solenoid continuity test failures, or one failure if test is run in response to a gear ratio or pressure switch error. Possible Causes: Related relay DTCs present Transmission control relay output circuit open L/R solenoid control circuit open or shorted to ground or to voltage L/R solenoid/pressure switch assembly has malfunctioned or failed Intermittent wiring and connectors PCM has failed  
P0751 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive Switch Pressed Low For Over 5 Minutes Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 10 seconds and the PCM detected the Overdrive Off Switch indicated "low" for over 5 minutes. Possible Causes: Overdrive Switch Off" circuit is shorted to ground Overdrive Switch is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0753 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T 3-4 Solenoid/Transmission Relay Circuit Failure Conditions: Key on or engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the 3-4 Solenoid control circuit during the test. Possible Causes: 3-4 Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground 3-4 Solenoid is damaged or has failed Transmission relay power circuit is open (check the fused B+) Transmission relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0755 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T 2/4 Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the2/4 Solenoid control circuit immediately the solenoid was energized or de-energized. The PCM checks for an inductive spike when the solenoid is turned "on" and then "off". Possible Causes: 2/4 Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground 2/4 Solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power 2/4 Solenoid is damaged or has failed TCM or PCM has failed  
P0755 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T 2/4 Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: 2/4 solenoid in monitored initially at power-up, then every 10 seconds thereafter. Also, immediately after a gear ratio or pressure switch error is detected. 3 consecutive solenoid continuity test failures, or one failure if test is run in response to a gear ratio or pressure switch error. Possible Causes: Related DTCs present Transmission control relay output circuit open 2/4 Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground 2/4 Solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power 2/4 Solenoid is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0760 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Overdrive solenoid control circuit. The solenoids are tested at power-up and then ever 10 seconds. Possible Causes: O/D Solenoid control circuit is open, shorted to ground or power O/D Solenoid is damaged or has failed TCM relay power circuit to O/D solenoid is open (loss of B+) TCM or PCM has failed  
P0760 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: O/D solenoid in monitored initially at power-up, then every 10 seconds thereafter. Also, immediately after a gear ratio or pressure switch error is detected. 3 consecutive solenoid continuity test failures, or one failure if test is run in response to a gear ratio or pressure switch error. Possible Causes: Related DTCs present Transmission control relay output circuit open O/D Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground O/D Solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power O/D Solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P0765 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Underdrive Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the U/D Solenoid control circuit immediately after a Gear Ratio or Pressure Switch error was detected (this code can set due to a single or multiple circuit faults). Possible Causes: U/D Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground U/D Solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power U/D Solenoid is damaged or has failed TCM or PCM has failed  
P0765 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Underdrive Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: U/D solenoid in monitored initially at power-up, then every 10 seconds thereafter. Also, immediately after a gear ratio or pressure switch error is detected. 3 consecutive solenoid continuity test failures, or one failure if test is run in response to a gear ratio or pressure switch error. Possible Causes: Related DTCs present Transmission control relay output circuit open U/D Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground U/D Solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power U/D Solenoid is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0783 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T 3-4 Shift Solenoid - No RPM Drop At Lockup Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to over 30 mph, and the PCM did not detect the correct amount of rpm drop after a gear change occurred. Possible Causes: ATF fluid level is burnt, contaminated or low 3-4 Solenoid control circuit is open or shorted (intermittent fault) 3-4 Solenoid is damaged or has failed Transmission oil pan has excessive debris  
P0841 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoLow/Reverse Pressure Switch Sense Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in a forward gear, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Low/Reverse Pressure Switch Sense circuit during the CCM test. Possible Causes: L/R pressure switch sense circuit is open or shorted to ground L/R pressure switch sense circuit is shorted to power (B+) L/R pressure switch is damaged or it has failed TCM relay power circuit to L/R switch is open (loss of B+) TCM has failed  
P0841 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow/Reverse Pressure Switch Sense Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Switches are monitored whenever engine is running. This DTC will set if one of the pressure switches in open or closed at the wrong time in a given gear. Possible Causes: Related DTCs present Loss of Prime P0944 DTC present Transmission control relay output circuit open L/R switch sense circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to voltage L/R pressure switch is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems PCM has failed  
P0845 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T 2/4 Hydraulic Pressure Test Malfunction Conditions: Engine speed over 1000 rpm, then immediately after a shift event, the PCM detected a failure in one or more of the Pressure Switch circuits (i.e., it tests switches that are not operating). Possible Causes: 2/4 pressure is incorrect, or internal transmission faults exist 2/4 pressure switch circuit is open, shorted to ground or power 2/4 pressure switch is damaged or it has failed Transmission solenoids/TRS assembly is damaged or have failed TCM relay power circuit to 2/4 switch is open (loss of B+) Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM or TCM has failed  
P0846 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T 2/4 Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in a forward gear, and the PCM detected that the 2/4 Pressure Switch circuit indicated open or closed at the wrong time. Related relay DTCs may be present. Possible Causes: 2/4 pressure is incorrect, or internal transmission faults exist 2/4 pressure switch circuit is open, shorted to ground or power 2/4 pressure switch is damaged or it has failed TCM relay power circuit to L/R switch is open (loss of B+) PCM/TCM has failed  
P0850 2T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Park/Neutral Switch Performance Conditions: Engine running; gearshift selector in Park, Neutral or Drive position (not Limp-In mode). The PCM detected an invalid Park/Neutral switch state during vehicle operation. Possible Causes: Check for any TCM related codes stored in the TCM controller PCM has failed  
P0870 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Hydraulic Pressure Line Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at over 1000 rpm, then immediately after a shift, the PCM detected a malfunction in one or more of the Pressure Switch circuits (it detected the switch did not close twice). DTC P0944 may be present. Possible Causes: Check for related line pressure trouble codes Check for related speed ratio and pressure switch codes 5v supply circuit is open or is shorted to ground Transmission Control Relay output circuit is open OD Pressure Switch sense circuit is shorted to ground or to voltage Excessive debris in the oil pan Line pressure Sensor connector is loose or damaged Oil pressure switch is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM or TCM has failed  
P0871 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T O/D Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in a forward gear, and the PCM detected that the O/D Pressure Switch circuit indicated open or closed at the wrong time. Possible Causes: Related DTCs may be present O/D pressure is incorrect, or internal transmission faults exist O/D pressure switch circuit is open, shorted to ground or power O/D pressure switch is damaged or it has failed TCM relay power circuit to O/D switch is open (loss of B+) Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM or TCM has failed  
P0884 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoPower-Up Automatic Transmission Speed Malfunction Conditions: Engine started, TCM relay enabled; and the TCM detected a valid forward gear PNDRL signal with the Output Speed more than 800 rpm indicating a vehicle speed of over 20 mph. Note: The TCM has separate powers and grounds specifically to its portion of the PCM. Possible Causes: TCM power supply circuit to direct battery is open TCM power supply circuit to the ignition switch is open TCM power ground circuit is open or the connector is loose TCM has failed  
P0888 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Relay Output Malfunction Conditions: Engine started, TCM relay enabled and monitored continuously. This DTC sets when less than 3v are present at the relay output circuits at the TCM when the TCM is energizing the relay. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, the transmission part of the PCM has its own specific power and ground circuits. Possible Causes: Fused B+ circuit is open TC relay output circuit is open or is shorted to ground TC relay control circuit is open or is shorted to ground TC relay ground circuit is open TC relay has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist Transmission solenoid/pressure switch assembly has malfunctioned or failed PCM/TCM has failed  
P0890 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T TCM Switched Battery Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Ignition switch position is changed from one position to another. TCM relay "not" energized, and the TCM detected voltage present at any of the Pressure Switch input circuits. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, the transmission part of the PCM has its own specific power and ground circuits. Possible Causes: 2/4 switch circuit is shorted to system power (B+) L/R switch circuit is shorted to system power (B+) O/D switch circuit is shorted to system power (B+) TCM switched battery circuit is damaged Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM/TCM has failed  
P0891 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T TCM Relay Always On Conditions: Key on or engine cranking; TCM relay "not" energized, and the TCM detected voltage present at the TCM output circuit during the test. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, the transmission part of the PCM has its own specific power and ground circuits. Possible Causes: TCM relay output circuit is shorted to system power (B+) TCM relay control circuit is shorted to system power (B+) TCM relay is damaged or it has failed (it may be stuck closed) Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM/TCM has failed  
P0897 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Burnt Or Worn Out Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven, and immediately after a transition from full TCC lockup to partial TCC engagement (for A/C bump prevention), the TCM detected vehicle shutter during engagement. Possible Causes: Automatic transmission fluid is burnt or contaminated Automatic transmission fluid is worn out  
P0944 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Loss Of Prime Pressure Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven, and immediately after a slipping condition is detected with the pressure switches "not" indicating pressure, the PCM detected a loss of prime pressure. In effect, the TCM turns "on" available elements to detect if prime pressure exists. The DTC sets if no pressure switches respond. Possible Causes: A/T pressure switch connector is damaged, loose or shorted Invalid PRNDL code (shift lever position error) Automatic transmission fluid level is too low Transmission oil filter is clogged or severely restricted Transmission oil pump is damaged or weak Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist  
P0951 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoA/T AutoStick Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven, transmission not in AutoStick position, and the TCM that either the Upshift or Downshift switch was closed, or if the Upshift and Downshift switches are closed at the same time. Possible Causes: AutoStick assembly is damaged or has failed AutoStick connector is damaged, loose or shorted Downshift switch circuit is shorted too ground Upshift switch circuit is shorted to ground  
P0952 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T AutoStick Sensor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven, transmission not in AutoStick position, and the TCM that either the Upshift or Downshift switch was closed (below 0.3v), or if both the Upshift and Downshift switches are closed at the same time. Possible Causes: AutoStick assembly is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist Downshift sense or Upshift sense circuit is shorted to ground PCM/TCM has failed  
P0953 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T AutoStick Sensor Circuit High Conditions: The AutoStick circuit is checked every .007 second, with the ignition on and in both AutoStick and non-AutoStick modes. If the TCM detects circuit voltage rises above 4.8v, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: AutoStick assembly is damaged or has failed Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist Downshift sense or Upshift sense circuit is shorted to ground PCM/TCM has failed  
P0992 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T 2/4 & O/D Hydraulic Pressure Test Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at over 1000 rpm, then immediately after a shift, the PCM detected a malfunction in one or more of the Pressure Switch circuits (it tests the switches that are not operating). If the pressure switch does not close 2 times, the DTC will set. Possible Causes: 2/4 pressure switch circuit is open, shorted to ground or power 2/4 pressure switch is damaged or it has failed O/D pressure switch circuit is open, shorted to ground or power O/D pressure switch is damaged or it has failed Internal transmission faults exist TCM relay power circuit to 2/4 or O/D switch open (loss of B+) PCM/TCM has failed  
P1115 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoGeneral Temperature Sensor Performance Conditions: Engine "off" more than 8 hours, then engine started, ambient temperature above -10°F; and after a calibrated amount of cool-down time, the PCM compares the values from the Ambient Air Temperature (AAT), Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) and Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensors. If the PCM detects that the value of any combination of these Sensors (AAT-IAT, AAT-ECT or ECT-IAT) is less than a calibrated value, it will set this trouble code. Possible Causes: Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground Sensor ground circuit is open or shorted to VREF (5v) One or more of the identified Sensors is out-of-calibration Ambient air temperature Sensor is damaged or it has failed PCM High or Low circuit is damaged or it has failed  
P1192 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoIntake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the IAT Sensor signal was less than 0.80v during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground IAT Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1193 1T CCM 2001-03 Dakota, DurangoIntake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM detected the IAT Sensor signal was more than 4.90v during the CCM test. Possible Causes: IAT Sensor connector is damaged or it is open IAT Sensor signal circuit is open between the Sensor and PCM IAT Sensor ground circuit is open between the Sensor and PCM IAT Sensor damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1195 1T CCM 1998-2005 SUV, Truck   ModelsO2 (B1 S1) Circuit Insufficient Activity Conditions: Engine started, vehicle driven with the throttle open at a speed over 18 mph at light engine load for over 5 minutes, ECT Sensor more than 170°F, and the PCM detected the O2 signal switched from 0.39v to 0.60v too few times during the Oxygen Sensor Monitor test. Possible Causes: Base engine mechanical fault affecting more than one cylinder Exhaust leak present in exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element fuel contamination or has deteriorated O2 signal circuit or ground circuit has high resistance PCM has failed  
P1196 1T CCM 1998-2005 Dakota, DurangoO2 (B2 S1) Circuit Insufficient Activity Conditions: Engine started, vehicle driven with the throttle open at a speed over 18-55 mph at light engine load for over 5 minutes, ECT Sensor more than 170°F, and the PCM detected the O2 signal switched from 0.39v to 0.60v too few times in the Oxygen Sensor Monitor test. Possible Causes: Base engine mechanical fault affecting more than one cylinder Exhaust leak present in exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes O2 element fuel contamination or has deteriorated O2 signal circuit or ground circuit has high resistance  
P1281 2T ECT 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoEngine Is Cold Too Long Conditions: Engine started, engine runtime more than 20 minutes, and the PCM detected the engine temperature did not exceed 176°F in the period. Possible Causes: Check the operation of the thermostat (it may be stuck open) ECT Sensor signal circuit has high resistance ECT Sensor is damaged or it has failed Inspect for low coolant level or an incorrect coolant mixture  
P1282 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoFuel Pump Relay Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine started, system voltage over 10.5v, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Fuel Pump Relay control circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Fuel pump relay control circuit is open or shorted to ground Fuel pump relay power circuit is open (test power from Ignition) Fuel pump relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1289 1T CCM 1998-2002 Dakota, DurangoManifold Tuning Valve Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine cranking; and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Manifold Tuning Valve (MTV) control circuit. Possible Causes: MTV control circuit is open between the solenoid and PCM MTV control circuit is shorted to Sensor or chassis ground MTV is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1294 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoTarget Idle Speed Not Reached Conditions: DTC P0106, P0107, P0108, P0121, P0122 and P0123 not set, engine started, running at idle in Drive or Neutral, and the PCM detected the Actual idle speed was more than 200 rpm over or more than 100 rpm less than the Target speed for over 14 seconds. Possible Causes: Engine vacuum leak in a hose, brake booster or in the engine IAC motor control circuits open or grounded in the wire harness Throttle body dirty or restricted (trying cleaning it and retesting) Throttle linkage or throttle plate not in the correct position PCM has failed  
P1296 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, Durango5-Volt VREF Supply Not Present Conditions: Key on, altitude indicating zero feet above seal level, then the PCM detected the MAP Sensor was near 101 kPa; or with altitude at 1200 feet above sea level, the MAP Sensor was near 88 kPa. Possible Causes: MAP Sensor VREF circuit open between the Sensor and PCM MAP Sensor ground circuit open between the Sensor and PCM MAP Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1297 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo Change In MAP Signal From Start To Run Transition Conditions: Engine started, and with the engine speed within 64 rpm of the Target idle speed, the PCM detected too small a difference between the BARO and MAP Sensor signals for 8.80 seconds. Possible Causes: Engine vacuum port to MAP Sensor clogged, dirty or restricted MAP Sensor signal is skewed or the Sensor is out-of-calibration MAP Sensor VREF circuit open or grounded (intermittent fault) PCM has failed  
P1297 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoNo Change In MAP Signal From Start To Run Transition Conditions: Engine started, and with the engine speed within 64 rpm of the Target idle speed, the PCM detected too small a difference between the BARO and MAP Sensor signals for 8.80 seconds. Possible Causes: Engine vacuum port to MAP Sensor clogged, dirty or restricted MAP Sensor signal is skewed or the Sensor is out-of-calibration MAP Sensor VREF circuit open or grounded (intermittent fault) PCM has failed  
P1299 2T IAC 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoVacuum Leak Present With IAC Valve Fully Seated Conditions: Engine running at idle speed in closed loop, and the PCM detected the MAP Sensor signal did not correlate to the TP Sensor signal under these operating conditions during the test. Possible Causes: Leaking engine vacuum hose, brake booster, or in the engine MAP Sensor is out-of-calibration or skewed TP Sensor is damaged or has failed (perform a sweep test) PCM has failed  
P1388 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoAuto Shutdown Relay Control Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine cranking; and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the ASD Relay Control circuit. The ASD Relay coil resistance is 95-105 ohms at 68°F. Possible Causes: ASD relay control circuit is open between the relay and PCM ASD relay control circuit is shorted to ground ASD relay power circuit is open (test power from Fused B+) ASD relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1389 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo Auto Shutdown Relay Output Voltage To PCM Conditions: Engine cranking; and the PCM did not detect any voltage on the ASD Relay Output circuit to the PCM during the CCM test. Possible Causes: ASD relay connector is damaged, loose or shorted ASD relay output circuit is open between the relay and PCM ASD relay power circuit is open (test power from Fused B+) ASD relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1390 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoTiming Belt Skipped One Tooth Or More Conditions: Engine started, engine running, then with the Inhibit Test not active, the PCM checked the CKP and CMP Sensor alignment. If the PCM detects the CMP Sensor is offset from the CKP Sensor signal by 1 tooth, this trouble code is set. The PCM performs the Inhibit Test whenever the engine is cold, if the engine speed is outside of a given window, or if there is a large change in the MAP Sensor signal. Possible Causes: Camshaft timing is out of specifications Valve timing is out of specifications  
P1391 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoCKP Or CMP Sensor Signal Intermittent Conditions: Engine started, engine running, and after every 69-degree CKP Sensor leading edge and trailing signal edge is determined, the PCM updates this data and compares it to the true CMP Sensor port level. If the PCM detects a disagreement between these two values 20 times in succession, this trouble code is set. Possible Causes: Camshaft Sensor is not installed properly Engine valve timing is not within specifications Perform a CKP and CMP Sensor relearn with the scan tool Tone wheel or pulse ring is damaged  
P1398 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoMisfire Adaptive Numerator At Limit Conditions: Engine started; ECT Sensor under 75°F; engine runtime over 50 sec.; A/C "OFF"; vehicle speed over 36 mph in 1st gear, or over 65 mph in high gear, followed by a closed throttle decel period. This code sets if the PCM detects one of the CKP Sensor target windows varies more than 2.86% from the reference window. Background - PCM needs to learn any variation in engine machining to detect when a misfire is present. CKP Sensor has 2 40 windows that are 180 apart. The window for Cylinders 1 and 4 is the reference window. It is checked against the window for Cylinders 2 and 3. The PCM checks for any variation to make engine speed adjustments. Possible Causes: Base engine problem (i.e., low cylinder compression) CKP Sensor crankshaft target variation too large CKP Sensor improperly installed or the CKP Sensor has failed CKP Sensor signal circuit open or shorted (intermittent fault) Tone wheel or pulse ring is damaged  
P1486 2T EVAP 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Leak Detection Monitor Pinched Hose Detected Conditions: BTS from 40-96°F and ECT Sensor within 20°F of the BTS signal at startup (cold engine), engine started, and after the EVAP Leak Detection test was enabled, the PCM detected the LDP switch did not reach 3 closures (i.e., a "no flow" condition was present). Possible Causes: EVAP vapor hose blocked between the fuel tank and the LDP (i.e., in the OLFV, rollover or vapor hose) EVAP canister is clogged or full of dirt or moisture EVAP ventilation solenoid is damaged or has failed Purge line is loose, damaged or incorrectly routed PCM has failed  
P1489 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoHigh Speed Radiator Fan Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the High Speed Radiator Fan Relay control circuit during the CCM test. Possible Causes: HFAN radiator relay control circuit is open or shorted to ground HFAN radiator relay power circuit is open (test power to IGN) HFAN radiator fan relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1490 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoLow Speed Radiator Fan Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Low Speed Radiator Fan Relay control circuit during the CCM test. Possible Causes: LFAN radiator relay control circuit is open or shorted to ground LFAN radiator relay power circuit is open (test power to IGN) LFAN radiator fan relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1491 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoRadiator Fan Control Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine running; system voltage over 10.5v, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Radiator Fan Control Relay circuit during the CCM test period. Possible Causes: Radiator fan control relay circuit is open or shorted to ground Radiator fan control relay circuit is open (test power to IGN) Radiator fan control relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1492 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoBattery Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the BTS signal indicated more than 4.90v for 3 seconds during the CCM test. Possible Causes: BTS signal circuit is open between the Sensor and the PCM BTS ground circuit is open between the Sensor and the PCM BTS (Sensor) is damaged or the PCM has failed  
P1493 1T CCM 1995-2005 Dakota, DurangoBattery Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the BTS signal indicated less than 0.30v for 3 seconds during the CCM test. Possible Causes: BTS circuit is shorted to ground between Sensor and the PCM BTS (Sensor) is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1494 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoEVAP Leak Detection Pump Switch Or Mechanical Fault Conditions: BTS from 40-96°F and ECT Sensor within 10°F of the BTS signal at startup (cold engine), engine started, and the PCM detected the LDP switch was not in its expected state at key "on" or engine running. Possible Causes: LDP switch signal circuit is open or shorted to ground LDP switch power circuit is open (test power to Fused Ignition) LDP vacuum hose is clogged, loose or restricted LDP assembly is damaged or has failed (the switch has failed)  
P1495 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoLeak Detection Pump Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started, ECT Sensor from 40-90°F and within 10°F of the Battery Temperature Sensor signal, engine running, and the PCM detected the Actual state of the Leak Detection Pump solenoid did not match the Intended state of the solenoid during the test period. Possible Causes: LDP power supply circuit from the ignition switch is open LDP solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground LDP assembly is damaged or it has failed PCM has failed  
P1496 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, Durango5-Volt VREF Supply Voltage Too Low Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the 5-volt VREF supply was less than 3.5v for 4 seconds during the CCM test. Possible Causes: A/C pressure Sensor has failed (a short to ground condition) MAP Sensor has failed (a short to ground condition) TP Sensor has failed (a short to ground condition) PCM has failed  
P1498 1T CCM 1996-2002 Dakota, DurangoNo CCD Messages Received From The TCM Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected a failure to communicate with the TCM over the CCD data Bus circuit. Possible Causes: CCD data Bus circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power TCM or the PCM has failed  
P1501 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor No. 1/2 Drive Wheel Correlation Conditions: Engine is running and vehicle is moving. Speed control is learned and the speed control is trying to be activated. If the PCM recognizes the rear wheel speed is greater than the front wheel speed, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Other active Bus or Communication DTCs Incorrect tire circumference PCM has failed  
P1502 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor No. 1/2 Non-Drive Wheel Correlation Conditions: Engine is running and vehicle is moving; brake pedal must not be applied. If the PCM recognizes the rear wheel speed is greater than the front wheel speed, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Other active Bus or Communication DTCs Incorrect tire circumference PCM has failed  
P1572 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Switch Stuck ON Conditions: Ignition is on. The PCM recognizes that brake switch 1 is mechanically stuck in the Low/On position. Possible Causes: Brake switch 1 signal is shorted to ground Brake switch 2 signal is open Stop lamp switch has failed PCM has failed  
P1573 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Switch Stuck ON Conditions: Ignition is on. The PCM recognizes that brake switch 1 is mechanically stuck in the High/Off position. Possible Causes: Brake switch 1 signal is shorted to ground or to voltage Brake switch 2 signal is open or is shorted to ground Ground circuit is open Fused ignition switch output is open Stop lamp switch has failed PCM has failed  
P1593 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch Stuck Operation Conditions: Ignition on. Either S/C switch is mechanically stuck in On/Off, Resume/Accel or Set position for too long. Possible Causes: Intermittent speed control switch 1/2 stuck DTC S/C switches or Steering Column Control Module malfunctioning S/C signal circuit open or shorted ground or to battery voltage S/C switch signal circuit shorted to switch return circuit S/C Sensor ground open PCM has failed  
P1595 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Solenoid Circuit Failure Conditions: Engine started, vehicle driven at over 35 mph, S/C enabled with the Set switch "on", and the PCM detected it could not control the operation of the vacuum and vent control solenoids. Possible Causes: S/C power supply circuit is open (test power from Brake switch) S/C vacuum solenoid control circuit open or shorted to ground S/C vent solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground S/C vacuum or vent solenoid is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1596 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch Continuous High Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the S/C switch was in a continuous high voltage state (over 4.70v) during the CCM test. Possible Causes: S/C On/Off switch is open S/C switch (MUX switch) is open S/C switch (MUX switch) is shorted to VREF or system power S/C switch (MUX switch) is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1597 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Switch Continuous Low Input Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the S/C switch was in a continuous low voltage state (below 4.50v) during the CCM test. Possible Causes: S/C On/Off switch is shorted to ground S/C switch (MUX switch) is shorted to ground S/C switch (MUX switch) is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1598 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/C Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Conditions: Engine started, engine running, A/C Relay is "on", and the PCM detected the A/C Pressure Sensor indicated more than 4.90v. Possible Causes: A/C pressure Sensor circuit is open or shorted to VREF (5v) A/C pressure Sensor ground circuit is open A/C pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1599 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/C Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input Conditions: Engine started, engine running, A/C Relay is "on", and the PCM detected the A/C Pressure Sensor indicated less than 0.70v. Possible Causes: A/C pressure Sensor circuit is shorted to ground A/C pressure Sensor power circuit is open A/C pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1602 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoPCM Not Programmed Conditions: Key on. The PCM detected that it had not been programmed. Possible Causes: Program the PCM and then retest for this same trouble code PCM has failed  
P1603 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoPowertrain Control Module Internal Dual-Port Ram Communication Conditions: Key on; and the PCM detected an error message that indicated that it had not been programmed or that it was programmed properly. Possible Causes: Fused ignition switch output is missing (off-start-run circuit) PCM is damaged or it has an internal failure  
P1604 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoPCM Internal Dual-Port Ram Read/Write Integrity Failure Conditions: Key on; and the PCM detected an error message that indicated it had not been programmed, or it was not programmed properly. Possible Causes: Fused ignition switch output is missing (off-start-run circuit) PCM is damaged or it has an internal failure  
P1607 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoPowertrain Control Module Internal Shutdown Timer Rationality Conditions: Cold engine startup, and after the PCM compared the coolant temperature to the shutdown time, it detected a rationality fault. Possible Causes: Fused ignition switch output is missing (off-start-run circuit) PCM is damaged or it has an internal failure  
P1618 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoPrimary 5v Sensor Reference Voltage Malfunction Conditions: Key on. The PCM recognizes the primary 5v supply circuit voltage is varying too much too quickly. ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Primary 5v supply circuit open or shorted to ground or to battery voltage 5v Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P1628 1T PCM 2004-05 300M, Dakota, Durango, Magnum, RamAuxiliary 5v Sensor Reference Voltage Malfunction Conditions: Key on. The PCM recognizes the auxiliary 5v supply circuit voltage is varying too much too quickly. ETC light is flashing. Possible Causes: Auxiliary 5v supply circuit open or shorted to ground or to battery voltage 5v Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P1652 1T CCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoSerial Communication Link Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; and after the TCM did not detect any signals on the Serial Communication Line for more than 20 seconds. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, Bus communication between the modules is internal. Possible Causes: TCM cannot communicate with the Instrument Cluster (MIC) TCM cannot communicate with the Powertrain Control Module PCM/TCM is damaged or it has an internal failure  
P1653 1T PCM 2004-05 PT CruiserPCI Bus Shorted To Ground Conditions: Key on. If the PCM detects a short to ground on the PCI Bus for more than 5 seconds, this DTC will set. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Internal controller short to ground PCI Bus short to ground  
P1682 1T CCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoCharging System Voltage Too Low Conditions: Engine started; engine speed over 1152 rpm, and the PCM detected the Battery Sense circuit was 1.0v less than the Charging System circuit for 25 seconds during the CCM test (Generator Lamp is "on"). Possible Causes: Battery positive or Fused Ignition circuit has high resistance Generator drive belt out-of-adjustment or worn out Generator field circuit has a high resistance condition PCM has failed  
P1683 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoSpeed Control Relay Or Driver Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started, engine running with the S/C switch "on"; and the PCM detected an unusual voltage condition on the S/C Relay control circuit during the CCM test. Possible Causes: S/C power supply circuit is open or shorted to ground S/C dump solenoid (servo) is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1684 1T PCM 2001-05 Dakota, DurangoBattery Has Been Disconnected Conditions: Key on, and the TCM detected that it had been disconnected from the Battery Direct (B+) circuit or its Power Ground circuit. This DTC will also set during the scan tool Quick Battery Disconnect procedure. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, the transmission part of the PCM has its own specific power and ground circuits. Possible Causes: Quick Learn procedure was performed with scan tool TCM battery direct (B+) circuit is open or disconnected TCM power ground circuit is open PCM/TCM was disconnected or it has been replaced  
P1685 1T PCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoSmart Key Immobilizer Module Invalid Key Conditions: Key on, and the PCM received a message from the Smart Key Immobilizer Module (SKIM) that an invalid key had been inserted. Possible Causes: A theft attempt may have occurred. Obtain the correct key and attempt to start the vehicle Do a PCM Reset function to clear the code after engine startup  
P1686 1T PCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoNo SKIM Bus Messages Received Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM did not detect any MIC (I/P Cluster) messages over the Data Bus circuit for 20 seconds. Possible Causes: Data Bus circuit from MIC to the PCM is damaged or it is open Instrument Cluster is damaged or has failed PCM unable to communicate with the Instrument Cluster PCM has failed  
P1687 1T PCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo Cluster Bus Messages Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM determined that it did not receive any Security Key Bus Messages over the Data Bus line for 20 seconds. This malfunction may be an intermittent problem. Possible Causes: Data Bus circuit from SKIM to PCM is damaged or it is open PCM unable to communicate with the Body Control Module PCM has failed, or the SKIM is damaged or has failed  
P1687 1T PCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoNo Communication with MIC Conditions: Communications are monitored continuously with engine running. The DTC sets in about 25 seconds if no Bus messages are received from the MIC. Possible Causes: Other Bus problems exist Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM has failed  
P1694 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo PCM Bus Messages Conditions: Ignition on or engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the PCM determined that it did not receive any Bus messages for 10 seconds. Note: Due to the integration of the PCM and TCM, Bus communication between the modules is internal. Possible Causes: Data Bus circuit connector is damaged, open or it is shorted Data Bus circuit to the PCM is damaged or it is open PCM unable to communicate with the body control module Intermittent wiring or connector problems exist PCM has failed  
P1695 1T PCM 1998-2005 Dakota, DurangoNo BCM Bus Messages Conditions: Engine started; system voltage over 10.5v and the TCM determined that it did not receive any BCM messages for 20 seconds. Possible Causes: Data Bus circuit from BCM to the PCM is damaged or it is open BCM is damaged or has failed TCM unable to communicate with the TCM TCM has failed  
P1696 1T PCM 1998-2005 Dakota, DurangoPCM EEPROM Write Operation Denied/Invalid Conditions: Engine started or ignition on continuously. PCM detected an unsuccessful attempt to program/write to the internal EEPROM. Occurred at initialization or shutdown. Possible Causes: DRB or scan tool displays a "write" failure occurred DRB or scan tool displays "write" refused a second time DRB or scan tool displays SRI mileage invalid (compare the SRI mileage reading to the reading on the odometer) PCM has failed  
P1697 1T PCM 1996-2005 Dakota, DurangoPCM Failure (EMR/SRI Mileage Not Stored) Conditions: Key on, and the PCM detected an unsuccessful attempt to "write" the Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) or Emission Mileage Request (EMR) mileage to an EEPROM located occurred during initialization. Possible Causes: Clear the trouble codes and retest for the same trouble code. If DTC P1697 resets, replace the PCM and then reprogram it.  
P1697 1T PCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoEMR Or SRI Mileage Not Stored Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected an unsuccessful attempt to "write" the Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) or Emission Mileage Request (EMR) mileage to an EEPROM located occurred during initialization or at engine shutdown. Possible Causes: DRB or scan tool displays a "write" failure occurred DRB or scan tool displays "write" refused a second time DRB or scan tool displays SRI mileage invalid (compare the SRI mileage reading to the reading on the odometer) Clear the trouble codes and retest for the same trouble code. If DTC P1696 resets, replace the PCM and then reprogram it.  
P1698 1T PCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoNo CCD Messages Received From The TCM Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected a failure to communicate with the TCM over the CCD data Bus circuit. Possible Causes: CCD data Bus circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power TCM or the PCM has failed  
P1716 1T CCM 1999-2002 Dakota, DurangoBus Communication Failure With The PCM Conditions: Key on, and the PCM detected it could not communicate with the TCM for over 10 seconds. Possible Causes: CCD data Bus circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power Extremely low battery (system) voltage TCM or the PCM has failed  
P1717 1T CCM 2002-03 Dakota, DurangoBus Communication Failure With The MIC Conditions: Key on or engine started, and the PCM detected it could not communicate with the Mechanical Instrument Cluster (MIC) for over 25 seconds during the test. Possible Causes: CCD data Bus circuit is open, shorted to ground or to power Extremely low battery (system) voltage MIC or the TCM has failed  
P1738 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T High Temperature Operation Activated Conditions: Engine started and the PCM detected the TFT Sensor was more than 240°F during the test. Possible Causes: Engine Cooling Fan System is not operating properly Engine cooling fan has failed ATF oil level is too high (overfilled) Transmission oil cooler capacity too low, or cooler is plugged TCM or the PCM has failed  
P1739 1T CCM 1999-2002 Dakota, DurangoA/T Power Up Circuit At Speed Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected an unexpected "low" voltage on the TCM power up circuit (battery direct circuit). Possible Causes: Fused Ignition power circuit is open between TCM and PCM TCM Power UP circuit is open (test power from PDC or Fuse) TCM Power UP circuit is grounded (test power from PDC or TCM or the PCM has failed  
P1740 2T PCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoTCM Internal Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven at over 30 mph in 3rd gear with TCC and Overdrive Clutch engaged, and PCM detected an invalid engine speed to output shaft ratio with the TCC or O/D Clutch engaged. Possible Causes: ATF fluid is burnt, contaminated or contains excessive debris A/T cooler flow restriction or problems in the oil pump shaft Internal transmission problem (O/D clutch seals or valve body) Overdrive clutch or TCC clutch is damaged or has failed Transmission valve body is leaking, damaged or has failed  
P1756 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Not Equal To Target At 15-20 PSI Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph, and the PCM detected the Governor Pressure Sensor indicated less than 15 psi or more than 30 psi when the requested pressure was 20-25 psi for 2.2 seconds. This fault must occur 5 times on one trip to set this code. Possible Causes: Check for the presence of other A/T related trouble codes Governor pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed Governor pressure Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open or shorted Transmission valve body is leaking, damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1757 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Above 3 PSI In Gear At 0 MPH Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph, and the PCM detected the Governor Pressure Sensor was more than 3 psi with the requested pressure at 0 psi (95% duty cycle command) for 2.65 seconds. The fault must occur twice on one trip to set the code. Possible Causes: Check for the presence of other A/T related trouble codes Governor pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed Governor pressure Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open or shorted Transmission valve body is leaking, damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1762 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Volts Too High/Low Conditions: Key on or engine running. Gear selector in Park or Neutral. PCM detected an out-of-range Governor Pressure Sensor signal for 1.3 seconds. The fault must occur 3 times on one trip to set a code. Possible Causes: Governor pressure Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open Governor pressure Sensor ground circuit is open P/N switch is damaged or has failed (not operating properly) Transmission fluid has excessive debris or it is contaminated PCM has failed  
P1763 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Sensor Signal Too High Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the Governor Pressure Sensor signal indicated more than 4.89v for 8.5 seconds. Possible Causes: Governor pressure Sensor signal circuit is open Governor pressure Sensor ground circuit is open Governor pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to VREF Governor pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed Transmission harness solenoid circuit has a problem PCM has failed  
P1764 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Governor Pressure Sensor Signal Too Low Conditions: Key on or engine running; and the PCM detected the Governor Pressure Sensor signal indicated less than 0.10v for 8.5 seconds. Possible Causes: Governor pressure Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground Governor pressure Sensor VREF (5v) circuit is open Governor pressure Sensor is damaged or has failed Transmission harness solenoid circuit has a problem PCM has failed  
P1765 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the TCC solenoid control circuit during the test. Possible Causes: Generator power source circuit to relay control circuit is open Transmission relay power circuit is open (check fuse in PCC) Transmission control circuit is open or shorted to ground Transmission relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1767 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Relay Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on or engine started, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the TCC solenoid control circuit during the test. Possible Causes: Generator power source circuit to relay control circuit is open Transmission relay power circuit is open (check fuse in PCC) Transmission control circuit is open or shorted to ground Transmission relay is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P1768 1T CCM 1996-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Relay Output Always Off Conditions: Engine started; and the TCM did not detect voltage on the Transmission Control Relay output circuit with the relay "on". Possible Causes: 2/4 or L/R Solenoid control circuit is open O/D or U/D Solenoid control circuit is open Transmission control relay power circuit is open to Fused B+ Transmission control relay is damaged (contacts have failed) TCM has failed  
P1775 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/T Solenoid Switch Latched In TCC Position Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to over 15 mph and the TCM detected the Transmission did not shift into 1st Gear (test must fail 3 times). Possible Causes: Related DTC P0841 may be present. Intermittent wiring or connector problems Extremely low battery (system) voltage L/R Solenoid pressure switch circuit is open or switch has failed Transmission solenoid pack is damaged or has failed Transmission control relay circuit is shorted to L/R solenoid Valve body engine idle too high Valve body solenoid switch stuck in "lockup" position PCM has failed  
P1776 2T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/T Solenoid Switch Latched In Low/Reverse Position Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to over 30 mph and the TCM detected the L/R switch was closed while performing partial or full PEMCC or FEMCC. Possible Causes: Related DTC P0841 may be present. Intermittent wiring or connector problems L/R pressure switch sense circuit is open, shorted to ground or to voltage Extremely low battery (system) voltage Transmission pan has debris caused by valve body damage Transmission internal problems, SSV sticking, or valve body damage PCM has failed  
P1781 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; engine runtime over 2 seconds, engine speed over 500 rpm, no "loss of prime" test in progress, no pressure switch mismatch detected, and the TCM detected the Overdrive pressure switch was open or closed at the wrong time in any gear position. Possible Causes: O/D pressure switch circuit is open or shorted to ground O/D pressure switch circuit is shorted to the TCR solenoid pack O/D pressure switch is damaged or has failed O/D solenoid is damaged or has failed Transmission seals are damaged or have failed  
P1782 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; and the TCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the Overdrive Pressure Switch while driving in any gear positions during the CCM test. Possible Causes: 2/4 line pressure is too high 2/4 pressure switch is open or shorted to ground Solenoid pack is damaged or has failed Transmission has internal problems or has failed Valve body torque is out of specification  
P1784 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional L/R Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph in Drive, and the PCM detected an invalid Low/Reverse Pressure switch value. Possible Causes: L/R pressure switch circuit open, shorted to ground or to power L/R solenoid switch valve is stuck in "lockup" position L/R solenoid is damaged or has failed Solenoid pack is damaged or has failed (causing this code) Valve body bolt torque is out of specification  
P1788 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional 2/4 Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph in Drive, and the PCM detected an invalid 2/4 Pressure Switch circuit pressure. Possible Causes: 2/4 pressure switch circuit is open or shorted to ground 2/4 pressure switch circuit is shorted to TCR output circuit 2/4 solenoid is damaged or has failed  
P1789 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Overdrive/2/4 Pressure Switch Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in 1st, 2nd or 3rd Gear at an engine speed over 1000 rpm, and the TCM detected the O/D or 2/4 Pressure switch did not close (test fails twice to set a code). Possible Causes: Extremely low battery (system) voltage 2/4 pressure switch circuit is open or shorted to ground O/D pressure switch circuit is open or shorted to ground  
P1790 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/T Malfunction Immediately After Shift Event Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 10 mph in Drive, and the TCM detected a Speed Ratio error within 1.3 seconds of a shift. Possible Causes: Transmission internal mechanical problem  
P1791 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Loss Of Prime Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph in Drive, and the vehicle exhibited a "no drive" condition during the CCM test. Possible Causes: ATF cooler lines damaged or leaking ATF fluid level incorrect or filled with debris Customer complains of "no drive" condition Oil pump pressure drop occurs with "no drive" condition Transmission filter clogged or restricted  
P1792 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoBattery Was Disconnected Conditions: Key on and the TCM detected an interruption of the Battery Direct Power (B+) circuit. Possible Causes: Battery direct power (B+) circuit is open (test power to PDC) Battery direct power (B+) circuit is shorted to ground (test fuse) Battery was discharged to a low voltage state or disconnected scan tool "quick learn" for quick disconnect function performed  
P1793 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoTorque Management Request Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Key on and the TCM did not detect any signals on the Torque Management Request circuit. Possible Causes: Extremely low battery (system) voltage Torque management request circuit is open, shorted to ground or shorted to system power (i.e., the TRD circuit has failed) or the TCM has failed  
P1793 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoTCM TRD Link Communication Error Conditions: The TCM pulses the 12v TRD signal from the PCM to ground, during torque managed shifts, with the throttle angle above 54 degrees. The TRD system is also tested whenever the vehicle is stopped and the engine is at idle. This DTC is set when the TCM sends 2 subsequent torque reduction messages to the PCM and the TCM does not receive a confirmation from the PCM. Note: Due to the integrations of the PCM and TCM, Bus communication between the modules is internal. Related DTCs are present. Possible Causes: Torque Management Request (TMR) sense circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to voltage PCM or TCM has failed Intermittent wiring and connector problems  
P1794 1T CCM 1999-2005 Dakota, DurangoA/T Speed Sensor Ground Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; gear selector position indicating Neutral, and the PCM an error in the Output Speed Sensor signal during the test. Possible Causes: Extremely low battery (system) voltage TCM "reset" function has just been performed  
P1795 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoTransmission Control Module Internal Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; gear position is Neutral, and the PCM detected the engine model stored in RAM was different than the EEPROM value. Possible Causes: Extremely low battery (system) voltage Engine "starts" since set counter less than three (3)  
P1796 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Additional AutoStick Input Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed of 4-37 mph in Drive, and the PCM detected a problem on the AutoStick signal circuit. Possible Causes: AutoStick switch ground circuit is open AutoStick downshift switch is stuck in open or closed position AutoStick downshift Sensor circuit is open or shorted to ground AutoStick switch power circuit is open (test power at Fused B+) AutoStick Upshift switch is stuck in open or closed position AutoStick Upshift switch Sensor is open or shorted to ground  
P1797 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Manual Shift Overheat Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph in Drive, and the TCM detected A Manual Shift Overheat condition was present. Possible Causes: ATF fluid level too high (transmission may be overfilled) Engine Cooling System or engine cooling fan malfunction Excessive drive time in low gear, or aggressive drive patterns Transmission oil cooler is clogged or restricted  
P1797 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T Manual Shift Overheat Malfunction Conditions: Whenever the engine is running and the transmission is in the AutoStick mode, if the engine temperature exceeds 275F (135C), this DTC will set. Note: Aggressive driving or driving in Low for extended periods in AutoStick mode will set this DTC. Possible Causes: ATF fluid level too high (transmission may be overfilled) Engine Cooling System or engine cooling fan malfunction Excessive drive time in low gear, or aggressive drive patterns Transmission oil cooler is clogged or restricted  
P1798 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Transmission Fluid Is Burnt Or Contaminated Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph in Drive, and the TCM detected a vehicle "shutter" condition during TCC lockup. Possible Causes: ATF is burnt, contaminated or very dirty Extremely low battery (system) voltage Transmission pan has debris Transmission has internal damage causing the vehicle shudder  
P1799 1T CCM 1999-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Calculated Oil Temperature In Use Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven to a speed over 30 mph in Drive, and the TCM detected A Manual Shift Overheat condition was present. Possible Causes: TFT Sensor signal circuit is open TFT Sensor ground circuit is open TFT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TFT Sensor signal circuit is shorted to VREF (5v) TFT Sensor signal not correct for the ATF fluid temperature Speed Sensor signal circuit is open or shorted to ground Speed Sensor signal circuit is shorted to system power TCM oil temperature Sensor high or low circuit has failed  
P1899 1T CCM 1995-2003 Dakota, DurangoA/T Park Neutral Switch Stuck in Park Position or In Gear Conditions: Key on or engine running (while not in Limp-In mode), gear selector in Park, Neutral or Drive position, and the PCM detected an invalid P/N position switch state for a given mode of vehicle operation. Possible Causes: P/N switch signal circuit is open between the switch and PCM P/N switch signal circuit is shorted to Sensor or chassis ground P/N switch ground circuit is open (at the switch mounting point) P/N switch is stuck in P/N position, or stuck in Drive position P/N switch is damaged or has failed PCM has failed  
P2072 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control System Malfunction Conditions: Key on. The PCM recognizes the throttle plate is stuck during extremely cold ambient temperature conditions. The throttle plate goes through a de-icing procedure, but if the throttle plate still does not move, this DTC will set. The MIL will not illuminate. The vehicle will be in the Limp Home mode, limiting rpm and vehicle speed. Possible Causes: Throttle plate frozen  
P2074 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoManifold Pressure/Throttle Position Correlation; High Flow/Vacuum Leak Conditions: Engine running in all drive modes. The relationship between the MAP Sensor and TP Sensor exceeds a predetermined value for a given engine speed. If vacuum drops below 1.5 in. Hg with engine rpm at more than 2000 rpm at closed throttle, or if an unexpectedly high intake manifold airflow exists that can lead to increased engine speed and puts the NGC (Ram) into a High Airflow Protection Limiting mode; in this case, rpm limits for when a TP Sensor and/or MAP Sensor limp-in fault is present. Possible Causes: Vacuum leak in hoses or component connections High resistance or resistance to ground in MAP 5v supply or signal circuit MAP Sensor has failed High resistance in MAP ground circuit TP Sensor has failed or is improperly adjusted High resistance or resistance to ground in TP Sensor 5v supply or signal circuit High resistance in TP Sensor ground circuit PCM has failed  
P2096 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoDownstream Fuel System 1/2 Lean Conditions: Engine running in closed loop mode. Ambient/battery temperature above 20F (-7C). Altitude below 8500 feet. Fuel level is more than 15%. If the PCM adds downstream short-term compensation to long-term adaptive, and a certain percentage is exceeded for 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored, the MIL illuminates and a DTC is set. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak Engine mechanical problem O2 Sensor has failed O2 Sensor signal circuit or return circuit problem Fuel contamination  
P2097 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoDownstream Fuel System 1/2 Rich Conditions: Engine running in closed loop mode. Ambient/battery temperature above 20F (-7C). Altitude below 8500 feet. Fuel level is more than 15%. If the PCM adds downstream short-term compensation to long-term adaptive, and a certain percentage is exceeded for 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored, the MIL illuminates and a DTC is set. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak Engine mechanical problem O2 Sensor No. 1/2 has failed O2 Sensor No. 1/2 signal circuit or return circuit problem Fuel contamination  
P2098 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoDownstream Fuel System 2/2 Lean Conditions: Engine running in closed loop mode. Ambient/battery temperature above 20F (-7C). Altitude below 8500 feet. Fuel level is more than 15%. If the PCM adds downstream short-term compensation to long-term adaptive, and a certain percentage is exceeded for 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored, the MIL illuminates and a DTC is set. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak Engine mechanical problem O2 Sensor No. 2/2 has failed O2 Sensor No. 2/2 signal circuit or return circuit problem Fuel contamination  
P2099 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoDownstream Fuel System 2/2 Rich Conditions: Engine running in closed loop mode. Ambient/battery temperature above 20F (-7C). Altitude below 8500 feet. Fuel level is more than 15%. If the PCM adds downstream short-term compensation to long-term adaptive, and a certain percentage is exceeded for 2 trips, a freeze frame is stored, the MIL illuminates and a DTC is set. Possible Causes: Exhaust leak Engine mechanical problem O2 Sensor No. 2/2 has failed O2 Sensor No. 2/2 signal circuit or return circuit problem Fuel contamination  
P2100 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Motor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Ignition on and the ETC motor is not is Limp Home mode. When the PCM detects an internal error or a short between the ETC Motor and the ETC Motor positive circuit in the ETC Motor Driver, this DTC will set. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Throttle plate or bore may have foreign object blockage ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage, to ground, or to ETC negative circuit ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to battery voltage or to ground Low battery voltage ETC Motor or Throttle Body has failed PCM has failed  
P2101 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Motor Malfunction Conditions: With vehicle running and ETC motor is not is Limp Home mode, and the TPS adaptation is complete. The PCM recognizes too large of an error between the actual position of the throttle plate and the set point position. This DTC will set within 5 seconds. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: Throttle body assembly may have failed Low battery voltage PCM has failed  
P2107 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Module Processor Malfunction Conditions: Ignition is on. This condition is caused by an internal PCM failure. The module will attempt to reset, so you will be able to hear the throttle relearning. If the condition is continuous, the vehicle may not be drivable. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: PCM requires reprogramming  
P2108 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Module Processor Malfunction Conditions: Ignition is on. This condition is caused by an internal PCM failure. Customer may experience an extended cranking condition, with limited driving and a rough idle. This code will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: PCM requires reprogramming  
P2110 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Forced Limited RPM Conditions: Ignition is on and ETC motor is working. When the PCM requests to limit engine speed, if the PWM is too high for 20.5 seconds and before P2118 sets. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be illuminated. Possible Causes: Throttle plate stuck ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground ETC motor has failed PCM has failed  
P2111 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Forced Limited RPM Conditions: Ignition is on and battery voltage is more than 10v. If the TP Sensor does not return to Limp Home position at the end of this test, the DTC will set. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: Throttle plate stuck above Limp Home position TP Sensors 1 & 2 both read 2.5v ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P2112 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Unable To Open Conditions: Ignition is on and battery voltage is more than 10v. Just after the ignition is turned on, the throttle is opened and closed to test the system. If the TP Sensor does not return to Limp Home position at the end of this test, the DTC will set. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: Throttle plate stuck at or below Limp Home position ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage PCM has failed  
P2115 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 1 Minimum Stop Performance Conditions: Ignition is on. During in-plant mode the APP Sensors need to be checked to make sure that idle and full pedal travel can be reached on both Sensors. The test for this DTC is enabled once the test for DTC P2166 has passed. This DTC will set if the APP Sensor No. 1 has failed to achieve the required minimum value during in-plant testing. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The engine will only idle. Possible Causes: APP Sensors must be reprogrammed to relearn  
P2116 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 2 Minimum Stop Performance Conditions: Ignition is on. During in-plant mode the APP Sensors need to be checked to make sure that idle and full pedal travel can be reached on both Sensors. The test for this DTC is enabled once the test for DTC P2167 has passed. This DTC will set if the APP Sensor No. 2 has failed to achieve the required minimum value during in-plant testing. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The engine will only idle. Possible Causes: APP Sensors must be reprogrammed to relearn  
P2118 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoElectronic Throttle Control Motor Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Ignition is on and ETC motor is not in limp-home mode. When the PCM detects an internal error or short between the ETC motor and ETC motor positive circuits in the ETC motor driver. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: Throttle plate or bore malfunctions ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground, battery voltage or ETC negative circuit ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage ETC motor has malfunctioned PCM has failed  
P2122 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 1 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on and no other APP Sensor No. 1 DTCs are present. When APP Sensor No. 1 voltage is too low, the engine will additionally idle, if the brake pedal is pressed or has failed. Acceleration rate and engine output are limited. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: 5v supply circuit is open or shorted to ground APP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or to Sensor return circuit APP Sensor No. 1 has failed PCM has failed  
P2123 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 1 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on and no other APP Sensor No. 1 DTCs are present. When APP Sensor No. 1 voltage is too high, the engine will additionally idle, if the brake pedal is pressed or has failed. Acceleration rate and engine output are limited. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: APP Sensor No. 1 return circuit is open APP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to either 5v supply circuit APP Sensor No. 1 has failed PCM has failed  
P2127 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 2 Circuit Low Conditions: Ignition is on and no other APP Sensor No. 2 DTCs are present. When APP Sensor No. 2 voltage is too high, the engine will additionally idle, if the brake pedal is pressed or has failed. Acceleration rate and engine output are limited. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: 5v supply circuit is open or shorted to ground APP Sensor No. 2 signal circuit is open, shorted to ground or to Sensor return circuit APP Sensor No. 2has failed PCM has failed  
P2128 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 2 Circuit High Conditions: Ignition is on and no other APP Sensor No. 2 DTCs are present. When APP Sensor No. 2 voltage is too high, the engine will additionally idle, if the brake pedal is pressed or has failed. Acceleration rate and engine output are limited. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: APP Sensor No. 2 return circuit is open APP Sensor No. 2 signal circuit is shorted to either 5v supply circuit APP Sensor No. 2 has failed PCM has failed  
P2135 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoThrottle Position Sensors 1 & 2 Correlation Conditions: Ignition is on and no other TP Sensor DTCs are present. The PCM recognizes that TP Sensors 1 and 2 are not coherent, this one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be illuminated. Possible Causes: TP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit is shorted to ground or to battery voltage TP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit shorted to ground TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance TP Sensor No. 1 signal circuit is shorted to Sensor No. 2 signal circuit TP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2138 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensors 1 & 2 Correlation Conditions: Ignition is on and no other APP Sensor DTCs are present. The PCM recognizes that APP Sensors 1 and 2 are not coherent. Acceleration rate and engine output are limited. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be flashing. Possible Causes: APP Sensor No. 1 or 2 signal circuit has high resistance APP Sensor No. 1 or 2 return circuit has high resistance 5v supply circuit has high resistance APP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2161 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoVehicle Speed Sensor No. 2 Erratic Conditions: Ignition is on and battery voltage is greater than 10v. Transmission is in Drive or Reverse. The PCM recognizes the VSS 2 speed signal is erratic or high. No MIL and no ETC light. The cruise control is disabled. Possible Causes: Active Bus or Communications DTCs Incorrect tire circumference PCM has failed  
P2166 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 1 Maximum Stop Performance Conditions: Ignition is on. During in-plant mode the APP Sensors need to be checked to make sure that idle and full pedal travel can be reached on both Sensors. This DTC will set if the APP Sensor No. 1 has failed to achieve the required maximum value during in-plant testing. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The engine will only idle. Possible Causes: In-Plant test failure APP Sensors must be reprogrammed to relearn  
P2167 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoAccelerator Pedal Position Sensor No. 2 Maximum Stop Performance Conditions: Ignition is on. During in-plant mode the APP Sensors need to be checked to make sure that idle and full pedal travel can be reached on both Sensors. This DTC will set if the APP Sensor No. 2 has failed to achieve the required maximum value during in-plant testing. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The engine will only idle. Possible Causes: In-Plant test failure APP Sensors must be reprogrammed to relearn  
P2172 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoHigh Airflow/Vacuum Leak Detected (Instantaneous Accumulation) Conditions: Ignition is on and engine running with no MAP Sensor DTCs present. A large vacuum leak has been detected or both of the TP Sensors have failed, based on their position being 2.5v and the calculated MAP value is less than the actual MAP, minus an Offset value. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will flash. Possible Causes: Vacuum leak 5v supply circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground MAP signal circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance TP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor return circuit has high resistance MAP Sensor has failed TP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2173 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoHigh Airflow/Vacuum Leak Detected (Slow Accumulation) Conditions: Ignition is on and engine running with no MAP Sensor DTCs present. A large vacuum leak has been detected or both of the TP Sensors have failed, based on their position being 2.5v and the calculated MAP value is less than the Gas Flow Adaptation value. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will flash. Possible Causes: Vacuum leak 5v supply circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground MAP signal circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance TP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor return circuit has high resistance MAP Sensor has failed TP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2174 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow Airflow/Vacuum Leak Detected (Instantaneous Accumulation) Conditions: Ignition is on and engine running with no MAP Sensor DTCs present. The PCM calculated the MAP value is greater than actual MAP value, plus an Offset value. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. The ETC light will flash. Possible Causes: Restricted air inlet system 5v supply circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground MAP signal circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance TP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor return circuit has high resistance MAP Sensor has failed TP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2175 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoLow Airflow/Vacuum Leak Detected (Slow Accumulation) Conditions: Ignition is on and engine running with no MAP Sensor DTCs present. The PCM calculated the MAP value is greater than actual MAP value, plus an Offset value. This DTC will set in 5 seconds after occurrence. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. The ETC light will flash. Possible Causes: Restricted air inlet system 5v supply circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground MAP signal circuit has high resistance or is shorted to ground TP Sensor ground circuit has high resistance TP Sensor signal circuit is shorted to ground TP Sensor return circuit has high resistance MAP Sensor has failed TP Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2181 2T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoCooling System Performance Conditions: Ignition is on and engine running with no ECT Sensor DTCs present. The PCM recognizes that the ECT has failed its self-coherence test. The coolant temperature should only change at a certain rate. If this rate is too slow or too fast, this DTC will set. 3 good trips required to turn off MIL. The ETC light will illuminate on first trip failure. Possible Causes: Low coolant level ECT signal circuit is open or shorted to ground, Sensor ground, or battery voltage ECT Sensor ground circuit is open Thermostat has failed ECT Sensor has failed PCM has failed  
P2299 1T CCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoBrake Pedal Position/Accelerator Pedal Position Incompatible Conditions: Ignition is on and no Brake or APPS DTCs present. The PCM recognizes that a brake application following the APPS showing a fixed pedal opening. Temporary or permanent in nature. Internally, the PCM will reduce throttle opening below driver demand. This one-trip fault code will set in 5 seconds. The ETC light will illuminate and will only stay on while the DTC is active. Possible Causes: Customer pressing accelerator pedal, then pressing brake pedal and holds both down at the same time Stop lamp switch has failed APP Sensor has failed  
P2302 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 1 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 1 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 1 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 1 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2305 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 2 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 2 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 2 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 2 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2308 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 3 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 3 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 3 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 3 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2311 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 4 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 4 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 4 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 4 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2314 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 5 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 5 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 5 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 5 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2317 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 6 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 6 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Intermittent condition Cylinder No. 6 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 6 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground ASD relay output circuit problems PCM has failed  
P2320 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 7 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 7 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Cylinder No. 7 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 7 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P2323 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoIgnition Coil No. 8 Secondary Circuit Insufficient Ionization Conditions: Engine started; and the PCM detected the Ignition Coil No. 8 secondary "burn time" was insufficient, or it was missing. Possible Causes: Cylinder No. 8 spark plug or wire is damaged or it has failed Ignition Coil No. 8 is damaged or it has failed Ignition coil control circuit is open or shorted to ground PCM has failed  
P2503 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoCharging System Voltage Low Conditions: Engine started; engine speed over 1157 rpm; PCM detected the Battery Sense voltage was 1v less than the Charging system voltage "goal" for 13.47 seconds during the CCM test. The PCM senses the battery voltage turns off the field driver and then senses the battery voltage again. If the voltages are the same, the DTC is set. Possible Causes: Battery sense circuit has a high resistance condition Generator ground circuit has a high resistance condition Generator field ground circuit is open Generator field control circuit is open or shorted to ground Generator is damaged or it has failed  
P2700 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, DurangoA/T L/R Inadequate Element Volume Detected Conditions: Engine started; transmission fluid temperature more than 110°F, vehicle driven, and the PCM updated the L/R volume (during a 3-1 or 2-1 Manual downshift) with the throttle angle less than 5 degrees, and it detected that the L/R volume fell below 16 during the test. Possible Causes: L/R volume clutch index is too low TCM L/R volume clutch circuit is damaged or has failed  
P2701 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango   with 3.7L or 4.7LA/T 2C Inadequate Element Volume Detected Conditions: Engine started; transmission fluid temperature more than 110°F, vehicle driven, then after the PCM updated the 2C volume (during a 3-2 kickdown event) with the throttle angle from 10-54 degrees, the PCM detected that the 2C volume fell below 5 during the CCM test. Possible Causes: 2C volume clutch index is too low TCM 2C volume clutch circuit is damaged or has failed  
P2702 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango with 3.7L or 4.7LA/T O/D Inadequate Element Volume Detected Conditions: Engine started; transmission fluid temperature more than 110°F, vehicle driven, then after he PCM updated the O/D volume (during a 2-3 Upshift event) with the throttle angle from 10-54 degrees, the PCM detected that the O/D volume fell below 5 during the CCM test. Possible Causes: O/D volume clutch index is too low TCM O/D volume clutch circuit is damaged or has failed  
P2703 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango with 3.7L or 4.7LA/T U/D Inadequate Element Volume Detected Conditions: Engine started; transmission fluid temperature more than 110°F, vehicle driven, and the TCM updated the U/D volume (during a 4-3 kickdown) with the throttle angle from 10-54 degrees, and it detected that the U/D volume fell below 11 during the test. Possible Causes: U/D volume clutch index is too low TCM U/D volume clutch circuit is damaged or has failed  
P2704 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango   with 3.7L or 4.7LA/T 4C Inadequate Element Volume Detected Conditions: Engine started; transmission fluid temperature more than 110°F, vehicle driven, then after the TCM updated the 4C volume (during a 3-4 Upshift event) with the throttle angle from 10-54 degrees, the PCM detected that the 4C volume fell below 5 during the CCM test. Possible Causes: 4C volume clutch index is too low TCM 4C volume clutch circuit is damaged or has failed  
P2706 1T CCM 2002-05 Dakota, Durango with 3.7L or 4.7LA/T MS Solenoid Circuit Malfunction Conditions: Engine started; vehicle driven in a forward gear, and immediately after a gear ratio or pressure switch change, the TCM detected a detected a MS solenoid error. The PCM sets this code when it detects three consecutive solenoid continuity test faults; or 1 failure if the test is run in response to a gear ratio of pressure switch fault. Possible Causes: Check for a loose connector to the MS solenoid (intermittent) MS solenoid control circuit is open or shorted to ground MS solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power (B+) MS solenoid is damaged or it has failed Transmission control relay output supply circuit is open TCM MS solenoid circuit is damaged or it has failed  
U0101 1T TCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoNo TCM Bus Message Conditions: Engine running. Battery voltage more than 10v. No Bus messages are received from the TCM for 20 seconds. 2 trips required. Possible Causes: PCI Bus unable to communicate with (DRBIII) scan tool Fused ignition switch output incorrect (off-run-start) Intermittent condition PCM has failed  
U0101 1T TCM 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoNo TCM Bus Message Conditions: Ignition is on and battery voltage is 9-16v. Engine is running for more than 3 seconds. The PCM does not receive a Bus message from the TCM for 7 consecutive seconds. The circuit is continuously monitored. Possible Causes: CAN C Bus failure open or shorted PCM has failed  
U0155 1T MIC 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoNo Cluster Bus Message Conditions: Engine running. Battery voltage more than 10v. No Bus messages are received from the MIC (instrument cluster) for 20 seconds. Possible Causes: Communication link with instrument cluster has failed Instrument cluster operation improper or has failed PCM has failed  
U0168 1T MIC 2004-05 Dakota, DurangoNo SKIM Bus Message Conditions: Engine running or ignition on. Battery voltage more than 10v. No Bus or J1850 messages are received from the SKIM for 20 seconds. Possible Causes: Intermittent operation PCI Bus circuit open or shorted from PCM to SKIM Loss of communication between PCM and SKIM SKIM or PCM has failed  
(<) - Indicates less than the value(>) - Indicates more than the value
A/C - Air Conditioning SystemA/D - Analog to Digital Converter
A/F - Air Fuel RatioA/T - Automatic Transmission
ABS - Antilock Brake SystemACM - Airbag control Module
AIR - Secondary Air Injection SystemAIS - Automatic Idle Speed
ASD - Automatic Shutdown RelayAWD - All Wheel Drive
B+ - Battery VoltageBARO - Barometric Pressure Sensor
BCM - Body Control ModuleBOB - Breakout Box
CANP - EVAP Canister Purge SolenoidCARB - California Air Resources Board
CCD - Chrysler Collision Detection Serial Data BusCCP - Comprehensive Component Monitor
CCS - Coast Clutch SolenoidCKP - Crankshaft Position
CKT - CircuitCMP - Camshaft Position
CNG - Certified Natural GasCO - Carbon Monoxide
CO2 - Carbon DioxideCTRL - Control
CYL - CylinderDI - Distributor Ignition
DIS - Direct Ignition SystemDLC - Data Link Connector
DOHC - Double Overhead Cam EngineDTC - Diagnostic Trouble Code
DRL - Daytime Running LightsDVOM - Digital Volt/Ohm Meter
EATX - Electronic Automatic TransaxleEBCM - Electronic Brake Control Module
EBTCM - Electronic Brake T/C ModuleECT - Engine Coolant Temperature
EEPROM - Electronic Erasable Programmable Read Only MemoryEFI - Electronic Fuel Injection
EGR - Exhaust Gas RecirculationEGR Monitor - OBD II EGR Test
EI - Electronic Ignition SystemEMCC - Electronically Modulated Converter Clutch
EPA - Environmental Protection AgencyEVAP - Evaporative Emission System
FAN - Cooling Fan (Low or High Speed)FF - Flexible Fuel Vehicle
FTP - Fuel Tank PressureFWD - Front Wheel Drive
GEM - Generic Electronic ModuleGND - Electrical ground connection
GPS - Governor Position SensorGVW - Gross Vehicle Weight
HC - HydrocarbonsHMSL - High Mounted Stop Lamp
O2 (B1 S1) SignalO2 (B1 S2) Signal
O2 (B2 S1) SignalO2 (Bank 2 Sensor No. 2) Signal
O2 - Heated Oxygen SensorHz - Hertz
IAC - Idle Air Control SensorIAT - Intake Air Temperature Sensor
ICM - Ignition Control ModuleIGN GND - Ignition Ground
ISO - International Standards OrganizationJTEC - Jeep/Truck Engine Control Module
KAM - Keep Alive MemoryKAPWR - Direct Battery Power
Kg/cm2 - Kilograms/Cubic CentimetersKOEC - Key On, Engine Cranking
KOEO - Key On, Engine OffKOER - Key On, Engine Running
KS - Knock SensorLDP - Leak Detection Pump
LED - Light Emitting DiodeLONGFT - Long Term Fuel Trim
LOOP - Engine Operating Loop StatusLPG - Liquid Petroleum Gas

DaimlerChrysler OBD II GLOSSARY

MAF - Mass Airflow (Sensor)MAP - Manifold Air Pressure
MFI - Multiport Fuel InjectionMIL - Malfunction Indicator Lamp
MPD - Manifold Pressure DifferentialMPH - Miles Per Hour
MPI - Multiport Injection (relay)M/T - Manual Transmission
MTV - Manifold Tuning ValveMs - Milliseconds
MV - MillivoltNGV - Natural Gas Vehicles
NOx - Oxides of NitrogenNTC - Negative Temperature Coefficient
O2S-11 (B1 S1) SignalO2S-21 (B2 S1) Signal
OBD I - On Board Diagnostics Version IOBD II - On Board Diagnostics Version II
ORD - Overdrive Running ClutchOSS - Output Speed Shaft
PCI - Programmable Communications InterfacePCM - Powertrain Control Module
PCV - Positive Crankcase VentilationPDC - Power Distribution Center
PFI - Port Fuel InjectionPID - Parameter Identification Location
PNP - Park Neutral Position (switch)PSP - Power Steering Pressure (switch)
PWR GND - Power Ground for PCMPWM - Pulse width Modulated (signal)
RAM - Random Access MemoryROM - Read Only Memory
RPM - Revolutions Per MinuteRWD - Rear Wheel Drive
S/C - Speed ControlSBEC - Single Board Engine Controller
SCI - Serial Communication InterfaceSFI - Sequential Fuel Injection
SIL - Shift Indicator LampSKIM: Sentry Key Immobilizer Module
SMEC- Single Module Engine ControllerSOHC - Single Overhead Cam Engine
SRI - Service Reminder IndicatorSRS - Supplemental Restraint System
TAC - Thermostatic Air CleanerTACH - Tachometer (signal)
TBI - Throttle Body InjectionTCC - Torque Converter Clutch
TCCS - Torque Converter Clutch SolenoidTCM - Transmission Control Module
TCS - Traction Control SwitchTDC - Top Dead Center
TPS - Throttle Position SensorTRS - Transmission Range Switch
TSB - Technical Service BulletinTTS - Transmission Temp. Sensor
Turbo - Turbo ChargedTWC - Three Way Catalyst
VAC - VacuumVAF - Volume Airflow (Sensor)
VECI - Vehicle Emission Control Information (Label)VREF - Reference Voltage (from PCM)
VSS - Vehicle Speed SensorWOT - Wide Open Throttle
 
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