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    can anybody help with volvo ecm codes

    help with codes on a 2004 volvo with a d-13 engine 465hp.MID 128 SID 231 FMI2,MID 140 PID 158 FMI4,MID 144 PID 84 FMI 84,MID 144 PSID 205 FMI 9,MID 128 PID 171 FMI 9 thanks for any help


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    These codes may help some, they are generic though

    Examples of Common SAE J1708 Message Identification - MID
    MID 128 Engine
    MID 130 Transmission
    MID 136 Brakes, Power Unit - ABS
    MID 140 Instrument Cluster
    MID 144 Cruise Control / Vehicle Control Unit
    MID 146 Cab Climate Control
    MID 150 Suspenstion, Power Unit
    MID 166 Tires, Power Unit
    MID 177 Particulate Trap System
    MID 181 Communication Unit, Satellite
    MID 200 Auxillary Cab Climate Control
    MID 216 Light Control Administrator Unit
    MID 232 Safety Restraint System
    MID 249 Body Controller
    Examples of Common SAE 1708 Parameter Identification - PID
    PID 8 Brake system air pressure Low warning switch statuts
    PID 12 Brake Stroke Status
    PID 27 Percent Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve #1 Postision
    PID 51 Throttle Postion
    PID 80 Washer Fluid Level
    PID 81 Particulate Trap Inlet Pressure
    PID 84 Road Speed
    PID 91 Percent Accelerator Pedal Postition
    PID 94 Fuel Delivery Pressure
    PID 97 Water In Fuel Indicator
    PID 98 Engine Oil Level
    PID 100 Engine Oil Pressure
    PID 101 Crankcase Pressure
    PID 102 Boost Pressure
    PID 103 Turbo Speed
    PID 105 Intake Manifold Pressure
    PID 106 Air Inlet Pressure
    PID 107 Air Filter Differential Pressure
    PID 108 Barometric Pressure
    PID 109 Coolant Pressure
    PID 110 Engine Coolant Temperature
    PID 111 Coolant Level
    PID 131 Exhaust Back Pressure
    PID 153 Crankcase Pressure
    PID 156 Injector Timing Rail Pressure
    PID 157 Injector Metering Rail Pressure
    PID 171 Ambient Air Temperature
    PID 172 Air Inlet Temperature
    PID 173 Exhaust Gas Temperature
    PID 174 Fuel Temperature
    PID 175 Engine Oil Temperature
    Examples of Common SAE J1708 Subsystem Identification - SID
    SID 213 PLC Data Link
    SID 231 SAE J1939 Data Link
    SID 232 5 Volts DC Supply
    SID 250 SAE J1708/J1587 Data Link
    SID 251 Power Supply
    Examples of Common SAE J1708 Failure Mode Identifiers - FMI
    FMI 0 Data Valid but above normal operational range
    FMI 1 Data Valid but below normal operational range
    FMI 2 Data Erratic
    FMI 3 Voltage above normal - Shorted High
    FMI 4 Voltage below normal - Shorted Low
    FMI 5 Current below normal - Open Circuit
    FMI 6 Current above normal - Grounded Circuit
    FMI 7 Mechanical System Fault
    FMI 8 Abnormal Frequency
    FMI 9 Abnormal Update Rate
    FMI 10 Abnormal Rate of Change
    FMI 11 Failure Mode not Identified
    FMI 12 Bad Device
    FMI 13 Out of Calibration
    FMI 14 Special Instructions

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    pablo

    pablo thanks for the link.one question I know you know your volvos.after reading all your post.my question is do you know anybody in the chicago area that works on volvos.no dealers please.I don't care about what they charge is that half of the time they don't do things the wright way.

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    I cant belive no one can help you with Volvo in IL, well, about your problems


    IMO! You have VSS issue, what about speedo reading? at low speed?

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    OUH! what a tranny? Manual? Autoshift? I-shift?

    If tranny link to CAN is bad no speedo data on CAN, engine power is limited, transmission shifts in emergency mode.

    If you have manual tranny VSS is directly connected to VECU with twisted pair.

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    volvo 2004

    yes i have auto shift. so your saying my problem is with my trans.I was thinking of replacing it with a 13 speed and the only place I found that will do it is in pharr,tx. is this causing my engine to be giving me poor fuel milage.let me know were u work I might just take it to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaielv View Post
    yes i have auto shift. so your saying my problem is with my trans.I was thinking of replacing it with a 13 speed and the only place I found that will do it is in pharr,tx. is this causing my engine to be giving me poor fuel milage.let me know were u work I might just take it to you.
    Poor fuel milage is related with no correct speedo readings and engine power limitation.

    With other trasmission VECU must be reprogrammed, VSS rewired directly to VECU, range behavior valve (preventing tranny damage) must be installed, VECU must be reprogrammed with PTT and Development Tool ore swaped from truck with manual transmission.

    really it is a lot of work and not so easy work.


    Ok, have you checked VSS, transmission for fault codes, J1939 wiring from TCU to truck CAN and have you checked wiring from "upper TCU" to tranny mounted TCU. Have you checked thin TCU power wiring in battery box for corrosion (and fuse for corrosion)?

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    I can see no MID 130 issues.... may be really no power supply on TCU intermediatly....

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    how do i check for no power supply on TCU intermediatly pablo.do you think it could be the road speed sensor gone bad.I cleared all codes and after 3000 miles of driving I don't get any codes on ecm.check all wires and clean from rust.check fuse everything is ok.I still do notice that my truck is running bad.maybe the trans is going bad.I'm averageing 6.1 mpg.before i was averagening 6.8-7.0 loaded.thanks for the help pablo

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