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Old 01-05-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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I have a 1994 Bonneville LE (Vin# 1G2H X52L 1R42 30062) that has started running rough, had a friend read the codes with a Tech1

History: (3 codes listed)

PO123 - TP SENSOR
P1361 - IC TOGGLE SIGNAL
P1406 - EGR PENTLE ERROR

Current: (1 code listed)

P1361 - IC TOGGLE SIGNAL

Any suggestions on what to replace to solve my problem.
Thanks for any help and feel free to ask any questions to help diagnose problem!
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P0123 https://www.gmforum.com/showthread.p...67#post1390951
P1361 https://www.gmforum.com/showthread.p...52#post1391299

I don't have the P1406 here, but it'* a EGR pintal code. From the sounds of it there'* a wiring problem. I would check to make sure nothing is pinched. Read over the links I posted, see if that helps. Also clear the codes and see if they come back.
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Thanks for the info, you have helped me before and you were dead on with your help.
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I had my friend clear all the codes yesterday and as soon as I started the car, P1361 code reappeared. We cleared it again and it came right back up. After reading the above links, I guess I need to replace the ICM, any links available on how to replace. Thanks again for your help!
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You just remove the coils and the ICM comes right off.
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ICM bolts are 5.5mm socket size
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Thanks for the info!
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Not very tight, they strip out easy.
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