The light has not burned out because I can put the key in the ignition without starting and the lights all light in the dash as normal. Remove oil filter and you might as well drain the oil too. I have run into at times on some vehicles with certain codes that they cannot be reset with a regular scanner. So, this project didn't cost me a dime, other than 4-5hrs on the driveway. If this is not the case, then check the connector itself to see if any of the contacts are pulled out or corroded.
So I unplugged the motor because I wasn't going to be able to get it fixed right away and didn't want it binding and burning up. So the puzzling part to me is 2 active codes but no check engine light. There are separate fuses for high and low beams, and sometimes left and right. I do know that on some vehicles if the condition that tripped the code is not reset within 50 starts of the vehicle that often this will clear the code from memory. Dakota, Durango, Ram or 4.
A socket will not fit! It is possible to force the pulley on wrong! You may have to put a socket on the crank bolt and turn it clockwise to allow the sensor to clear the vanes that the sensor cradles. If however you know that the motor can move as it should then perhaps there is a mechanical problem inside the intake. The first is that you still have a hard fault somewhere perhaps within the wiring or something. The sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer towards the bottom. If you have any doubt as to repairs on your vehicle, please contact your technician.
In addition to your normal set of tools, you will need a tiny mechanic's style ignition set 5 mm wrench. Have a buddy slowly turn the crank bolt again to ensure the sensor clears the vanes. Remove the two 5mm bolts securing the sensor. There are 2 of them. I put the scanner to it and up came the code. I think there may be 2 possibilities here. Please ask any questions; I'll try to help.
The currently selected is for the Jeep makes. Snake the sensor and wiring harness into place. Enter the 5 character trouble codes in the search box and submit the search. This opens and closes little flappers in the intake manifold to increase air velocity at low speeds and open up to allow more air in at high speeds. It may require a factory scanner to turn them off. Remove upper 1 center nut and lower 2 side bolts harmonic balancer shroud. In short I'm not sure why you can't clear those codes but those are some theories as to why.
They are open when the car is not running. This can cause your idle air control valve to act up. It does require a little bit of no-how, so be careful. It is possible to put it in backwards don't ask. It didn't but the check engine light did. Have been getting a p2004 and p2017 code indicating a problem with the intake manifold runner control. Beyond that, you will have to consult a reputable mechanic.
Do you have a performance chip installed on this Jeep? Those 2 did not fix it. The list of automotive Makes at the right edge of the screen. One for the front bank of cylinders, and one for the rear bank of cylinders. P2017 Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor Circuit High So if you fix the manifold runners, and clear the codes, both codes should go away Aug 08, 2010. I've tried clearing the codes with engine on, engine off but nothing works.
Disconnect the two connectors up top. First, the Engine light came on and I thought it was something simple like the gas cap or the fact that it was a little over the due time for oil change. There should be no need to remove the harmonic balancer or crank bolt. . On the intake manifold, there is a motor that operates a butterfly plate. Re-connect the two connectors up top.
We are not responsible for any actions you take on your vehicle. Observe how the sensor is installed. Posted on Mar 02, 2011. Look up the other , please use the search box. If your are for a different car, select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all used by one manufacture are used by the other makes.