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Old 07-19-2013, 03:38 PM
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So my 95 ram through the engine light . It did as I was pumping gas. I left the truck running amd gas cap off and it through a 32 egr code. I figured it was a fluke. So I pull the batt cable for and hour . They didnt go away. So i tried a code reader it showed 6 codes. None of which were code 32 I got code 12 and 32 when turning the key 3 times. The code reader said it couldnt erase them either.nthe codes were 2 low voltage codes, 2 codess about spark control. An 02 sensor and asd.
The truck runs good. So im confused. All help is appreciated.
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Try the pulling negative on battery again, then turn the headllights on to drain the rest of the system.

See if that is any different.
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pull the negative battery cable off, and while it's off, turn the ignition to the on position. This will reset the ECM, and the code should go away.

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^ agree (mostly) ^

Remove the negative battery cable and cycle the key once all the way to start. It does a full power drain on the system for any stored power (ECM, radio memory etc...).

Removing the negative terminal basically resets the ECM and the power drain by cycling the key usually does the rest to complete the drain. There is absolutely no need to wait an hour.
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