2014 Cascadia with codes SPN and SPN 986.

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  1. biiqtruckin

    biiqtruckin Bobtail Member

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    Hello, I just scanned my 2014 cascadia and it came up with these codes

    SPN 793 wheel speed sensor abs axle 3 left
    SPN 986 requested percent fan speed

    The abs one.. Just want to know which row it is in the back. Is it the 2nd row rear left wheel sensor?

    Also the fan speed.. is there something up with the fan clutch?

    Thanks
     
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  3. SWM_TECH

    SWM_TECH Light Load Member

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    For SPN 986 you didn't give the FMI but looks like 13. Found this diagnostic steps. If it matches, maybe it can give you some direction.
     

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  4. uncleal13

    uncleal13 Road Train Member

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    Yes, count the front axle as number one. So rear drive axle.
     
  5. biiqtruckin

    biiqtruckin Bobtail Member

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    Thanks fellas.. well the full code list is attached here. If anyone has any experience with these.. that'd be cool.

    I actually just went ahead and purchased the abs sensor for the rear. So whatever that code was, it's worth a low cost sensor anyway.

    I refilled the coolant reservoir so im assuming that the code was in correlation with the fan speed?

    The adaptive cruise control code always comes back after I reset it? This one has been here for months.
     

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  6. SWM_TECH

    SWM_TECH Light Load Member

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    Here are several diagnostic fault trees to match your updated information.
     

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  7. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    Depending on what type sensor you have. A long wire or short wire. If short wire, might want to try changing the extension wire to ecu, before changing sensor. Much easier. If long, one piece wire, no choice, have to Change sensor. Try pushing it in up against the tone ring from behind first. I like the short wire w/extension wire better. Since it’s usually a broken wire between sensor and ecu causing the problem.
     
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