Having problems with your 1991 Dodge Spirit ?

I would greatly appreciate a list of check engine light codes for a 91 dodge spirit. I believe the code it put out was either: 1,2,4,7,5,5 3,4,7,5,5 This is for my girlfriends daughter, she was away at college and on the way home the check engine light came on. It is not overheating and the oil is fine. I think it is a O2 sensor but i would like to make certain since she is home for the weekend and i would like to make sure she has a safe trip back to school.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-07-2017

Answers :

Your codes are two digits. It would be 12, 47, 55 (end)
\015\01212 - memory stand by power lost - no big deal
\015\01247 - battery voltage too low - 55 (end of codes)
Not absolutely sure on the codes given. You can buy a Haynes or Chilton Manual at most auto parts stores for the vehilce. $20-$30. For a 1984-1995 Caravan the following codes are:
\015\012Code 12 = Number of key-ons since last fault or since fault(s) were erased. Battery to controller disconnected within last 50 to 100 ign key on's.
\015\012Code 24 = Throttle Position Sensor low voltage.
\015\012Code 34 = Speed control solenoid circuit. An open or shorted condition in the speed control vent or vacuum solenoid circuits,
\015\012Code 47 = Charging System too low. Battery voltage inut below target charging during engine operations. And no significant change in voltage during active test of altenator output.
\015\012Code 53 = Internal controller failure. Internal engine controller fault condition detected.
\015\012Code 55 = Completion of Codes.
\015\012Code 51 & Code 52 = O2 Sensor problems.
\015\012Buy the book to verify and compare.
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