Here is something I put together (with some assistance from Garth with some of the codes)
2009 FG G6ET395rwkw11.76 @ 117 MPH (350rwkw)
hey guys great job on this thread...but i have sat down on the floor of my drivers seat for hours today with paper clips, copper wire you name it, and i cant seem to get the codes to come up. im having problems with my abs module. all my dash lights come on and my air con wont get cold, my cruise control wont work and my temp guage wont work while these lights are on.
i have changed the module...it worked for about 10 minutes now they are on again.. it is really starting to bug me. its hot and i want my air con to work
someone please help me.
I've checked the faults on the compter for my vx an found fault code 13 and 61 i've worked out what 13 is but i can't find a referance for fault 61 can anyone help.
Last edited by phoenixgkt22; 26-04-2009 at 08:27 PM.
i keep bridging the connections but nothing comes up
can this be used on vehicles with the gen 3 aswell? because the heading says v6 and 5 litre?
What code do you call this flash sequence:
2, 10, 1, 2, 10, 10, 1, 2 long-pause 10,10,1,2 long-pause 10,10,1,2 long pause, 10,10,1,2 ?
link to video
I gather the 1,2 is code 12, but what are the others?
the pins in the plug are counted from Left to Right Top to Bottom.
Just count 5 and 6 along the top row of pins and thats them.
I cant find the thing to bridge, picture be appreciated
It's worth as much as someone is willing to pay!
its just above your pedals, not under the steering column cover(where the fuses are) look further down.
best way to explain where it is, is to put your head on the floor, face upwards and its there.
vx fault codes)
If can't find a list to see if there is any difference between VT/VX to VXII/VY error codes so should I assume they are the same?
I have a vx berlina and i have started getting starting issues, and last night i had the heater going on and off by itself anf the check engine light coming on then off head light dimming airbag light coming on and off etc. Is this a ECU error ot what could it be and is it easy fixed can i just replace the ecu with a 2nd hand one or does things need to be reset can anyone help thanks
for those that asked this is where u bridge.
on my 99 VT its on the bottom of the fuse box door thingy right above the brake pedal
Last edited by ratz26; 06-03-2010 at 10:16 PM. Reason: added arrows to photo to correct ports to bridge
Thanks for this!
Just checked mine after seeing my check engine light coming on twice this evening just as I got in the car to come home.
Started the car, engine light on, turn it off, started again, engine light on, then eventually went.
Seems Mine's gone to code 15 which is coolant temp sensor voltage too high.
Was only flashing that code and the standard 12 code.
Dont forget that the engine light can come on for simple things that mean nothing. For example when driving slowly with a big-bore exhaust, the headders are too cold for the oxygen sensors to work correctly and will return an error.
Thanks for that I will try them out tomorrow morning. Is there any way I can check the ABS module?
Mine got 10 flashes then 1 repeatedly that's all, what does it mean Please.
Last edited by FalconTop; 26-10-2011 at 05:31 AM. Reason: correction
dont mean to dig up on old thread but i couldnt find anything on my problem in other threads, im bridging the right pins 5 and 6 and it worked once but came up with code 83 so i checked and there isnt an 83 so i went back to check it again and bridged it the same way but the engine light wouldnt flash at all... any ideas ive tried unhooking the battery to reset it, bridging every other way but nothing works, any help at all would be mad cheers
HX Kingswood Ute (Project)
VN Berlina (Now a Donor)
"91 Subaru Liberty (Blown Motor Ex-Daily)
VS Commodore (Daily)
WHAT A AWESOME THREAD!!!!!! i didnt even know u could do this after 1st time installing stage 2 cam and basically rebuilding half my engine (8.5hrs later) i checked for faults using ur method and to my amazement nothing wrong everything is spot on thanks heaps for the tip[
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