Error Codes Question

Discussion in 'Powerlogger for Buick' started by ShaunKris, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    Hi Eric, or anyone that knows for sure. I have a question with regards to the small Calpak chip on the 87 ECM, I wondered if that chip was transferrable from the first generation 84-85 to the second generation 86-87 computer.
     
  2. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    I got a code 52 on the Datalogger, I didn’t realize I didn’t have one installed. I do not have one for a 86-87 ECM but I do for an 84 Ecm.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
  3. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    Hi Eric since I posted this I’ve learned that they are not transferrable and also that I could probably get one from you. I would like that very much.
     
  4. EricM

    EricM Administrator Staff Member

    Yes the 84 through 87 are all the same.
     
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  5. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    Thank-you, I used it. Code gone. Right on!
     
  6. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    Hi Eric, after a few runs I keep getting code 23 Air Temp Sensor (IAT or ATS) reading too low. Sorry I had to edit and rephrase, How do I interpret a low reading like that so I can adjust the Axis to compensate? Also The PL is reading 212.0 Air Temperature(In 4). No matter the rpm, actual speed, or any other parameter.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2019
  7. EricM

    EricM Administrator Staff Member

    Did you wire the Axis spark control wire to the airtemp input at the ECM?

    You can ignore the In 4 reading. That's only if you have something connected to analog input 4.
     
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  8. ShaunKris

    ShaunKris Member

    I checked the Axis it wasn't quite in all the way. fixed now error code gone. thanks!
     

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