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Old 03-06-2005, 04:05 PM   #1
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Me and my father just pulled codes from the bonnie. We got codes 12, 17, 44, 57, and 58. Code 12 is normal and good. Code 17 is Spark Reference Circuit, don't know what that means. Codes 44 is Oxygen Sensor Circuit ( Lean Exahust Indicated), not sure what to think, could my CAI be causing this? Code 57 is Boost Control Problem which would explain why my boost gauge needle bounces around all of the time. And code 58 is Personal Automotive Security System ( PASS-Key ) Fuel Enable Circuit, could this have something to do with my car stalling and falling flat on it'* face? I don't know what the PASS-Key thing is, or the Fuel Enable Circuit for that matter. But that sounds like it is pretty important, considering that my car practically turns off every now and then.

Well, if any of you guys could help me out with this, I might not have to sell my Bonneville, which would be a bonus. I would appreciate all help. Thanks.
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Probably wait for willwren.....he'* gonna know more than the rest of us.
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Probably wait for willwren.....he'* gonna know more than the rest of us.
Alrighty then, I was getting ready to whip out the "Bueller?....... Bueller?..." quote.
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I can tell you from personal experience, that 92s have a known fault with the PASS-key ignition, mine throws that code all the time. Code 57 Boost control could be a faulty Boost Boost Controller, check your connections before anything though. For everything else, I'd wait for more help.
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With pass key and Fuel control both coming up, I'd give that ICM a stern look over.
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Me and my father just pulled codes from the bonnie. We got codes 12, 17, 44, 57, and 58. Code 12 is normal and good. Code 17 is Spark Reference Circuit, don't know what that means. Codes 44 is Oxygen Sensor Circuit ( Lean Exahust Indicated), not sure what to think, could my CAI be causing this? Code 57 is Boost Control Problem which would explain why my boost gauge needle bounces around all of the time. And code 58 is Personal Automotive Security System ( PASS-Key ) Fuel Enable Circuit, could this have something to do with my car stalling and falling flat on it'* face? I don't know what the PASS-Key thing is, or the Fuel Enable Circuit for that matter. But that sounds like it is pretty important, considering that my car practically turns off every now and then.
17- Can be cam or crank sensor, or ICM.
44- Replace the O2, or find out if your injectors are gummed up. Cannot be the CAI.
57- You have a problem with your BCS or BCA.
58- Ignore it. Known bug with the 92 PCM, and is not causing you a problem. Not even the spark prob.
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So, what do you all reccomend I do about it? Lately I have been driving the Suburban.
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Me and my father just pulled codes from the bonnie. We got codes 12, 17, 44, 57, and 58. Code 12 is normal and good. Code 17 is Spark Reference Circuit, don't know what that means. Codes 44 is Oxygen Sensor Circuit ( Lean Exahust Indicated), not sure what to think, could my CAI be causing this? Code 57 is Boost Control Problem which would explain why my boost gauge needle bounces around all of the time. And code 58 is Personal Automotive Security System ( PASS-Key ) Fuel Enable Circuit, could this have something to do with my car stalling and falling flat on it'* face? I don't know what the PASS-Key thing is, or the Fuel Enable Circuit for that matter. But that sounds like it is pretty important, considering that my car practically turns off every now and then.
17- Can be cam or crank sensor, or ICM.
44- Replace the O2, or find out if your injectors are gummed up. Cannot be the CAI.
57- You have a problem with your BCS or BCA.
58- Ignore it. Known bug with the 92 PCM, and is not causing you a problem. Not even the spark prob.
Could any of those have anything to do with the car stalling at all? It stalls randomly, not when it get'* low on gas. (but it probably would)
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i would think code 17 might cause you some trouble because it deals with the icm, which may be messing up when you stall. not really sure though.
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