Now don't ask yourself; What should you do with C0460 code? And no it is not under warranty or it would have been dealt with long ago, so this is why im asking for an idea how much the other people paid yes, it has been a while as the lights come and go. Refer to Repair Procedures Cell 5 in Electrical Diagnosis. The following table contains resistance values for the rear wheel speed sensors at varying sensor temperatures for use in diagnosis. Went about another 25-30 miles down the motorway home and was fine. Sensor Temperature °C Sensor Temperature °F Sensor Resistance Ohms -34 to 4 -30 to 40 2032 to 3107 5 to 43 41 to 110 2417 to 3615 44 to 93 111 to 200 2812 to 4266 The numbers below refer to step numbers on the diagnostic table.
This could be achieved via an adaptive drive or a factory or enhanced scan tool. These systems are very complex an your average person with out training should not attempt to fix it. Saved me thousands compared with the dealership repair quote. There are three types of reset procedures, systems that self calibrate on their own, vehicles that require specific wires or buttons be pressed and, systems that require recalibration with a scan tool. .
Spray the suspected area with a five percent saltwater solution. Pin 5 is about halfway along the top row, pin 12 is a little left of the middle in the bottom row. You should also check that the spark plug gap is set properly. The control module increases the pulse width to accomplish the desired camshaft operation. Performing this new step, especially when aligning, could mean the difference in your service and help you build trust and confidence with both new and existing customers.
When the battery was replaced, the wheels were turned all the way to the left because it was in a tight parking space and had to be pushed out to access the battery. Your best bet , take it to the dealer where they have factory scanner an can read the info you can't. In this case, we are left with no other option than to break out our scan tools and read faults, bearing in mind not all systems will code for all faults within specific parameters. These sensors allow a module to see vehicle dynamics, where the driver wants the vehicle to go, and the conditions of the road. I wouldn't be confident that any of the systems are working.
The steering angle calibration is as simple as centering the steering wheel, turning on the ignition switch, then turning lock-to-lock starting left then right and returning to center. Some tools are even integrated into an alignment system. I'm wondering if it just needs time to reset itself as it was taking time to come on after it got sort of reset the other day :shrug: Gonna take it back out in a minute anyway as I need to get some fuel. Is physical damage of the jumper harness evident? Today, potentially any make or model rolling into your shop could have some type of stability control system that requires recalibration. Changed this and now as bad. Most vehicles produce a positive voltage turning right, and a negative voltage turning left.
To find pins 5 and 12, start at the top left hand corner. Additionally, the vehicle has a good steer ahead, but it does feel like it wants to drive itself and seems as if the engine output tends to drop at times. We tried to clear all the codes and it just wouldn't clear so obviously a present fault. The main obstacle is there are no standardized components, procedures or information sources. Is the resistance within the range specified in the value s column? The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. After about 7 random flashes, it calmed down, stopped and I went on my merry way. Still no light come on, no dodgy noises.
The codes they have given me are: P0625, C0161, C0460, C0625 and C0899. We don't use Holden now that it's out of warranty and lease, we use a local reputable independent workshop. Read the service requirements carefully. Has anyone else encountered this problem with their Holden Captiva? Is the voltage within the range specified in the value s column? The stability control module on this vehicle does not lose calibration when the battery is disconnected. Add two teaspoons of salt to twelve ounces of water to make a five percent saltwater solution. Going to the right, you count pin 2,3,4 etc.
Is the resistance within the range specified in the value s column? While interviewing the customer, he says the car did not experience any of these problems until he had the battery replaced by roadside assistance. I don't know if this means anything at all. For those of you familiar with checking the engine error codes, this procedure is so simple its not funny. This is reccomended before replacing sensor or wire! Good communication during the process, kept me updated with every step from receiving the unit till has been sent back. Fight the urge to take a little nap first.