Dodge Daytona – Dynasty – Intrepid – Monaco – Shadow – Spirit – Stratus (1992 – 1995) Trouble Code Info

Model Year Engine identification System
Daytona 2.2/2.5L 1992-93 EDB/EDF/EDM/EDS/EDT SBEC  II
Daytona 3.0L 1992-93 EFA SBEC  II
Dynasty 2.5/3.0L 1992-93 EDM/EDB/EFA SBEC  II
Intrepid  3.3/3.5L 1993-95 EGB/EGE SBEC  II
Monaco 3.0L 1992 Z7X SBEC  II
Shadow 2.2/2.5L 1992-94 EDF/EDM/EDT/EDB SBEC  II
Shadow 3.0L 1992-94 EFA SBEC  II
Spirit 2.2/2.5L 1992-95 EDF/EDM/EDT/EDB/EDN SBEC  II
Spirit 3.0L 1992-95 EFA SBEC  II
Stratus 2.4/2.5L 1995 EOZ/EEB SBEC  II

General information

  • Refer to the front of this manual for general test conditions, terminology, detailed descriptions of wiring faults and a general trouble shooter for electrical and mechanical faults.
  • Malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) will illuminate if certain faults are recorded.
  • ECM operates in backup mode if sensors fail , to enable vehicle to be driven to repair shop.
  • Trouble codes can be displayed by the MIL or by using a Scan Tool connected to the data link connector (DLC).
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Accessing

  • Within 5 seconds switch the ignition key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON.
  • Count MIL flashes. Note trouble codes.
  • Each trouble code consists of two groups [1] [A].
  • The first group of flashes indicate the ‘tens’ of the trouble code.
  • The second group of flashes indicate the ‘units’ of the trouble code.
  • A short pause separates ‘tens’ and ‘units’ [1] [B].
  • A long pause separates each trouble code [1] [C].
  • For example: Trouble code 21 displayed [1]
  • End of test sequence indicated by trouble code 55.
  • Trouble codes can also be displayed by using a Scan Tool connected to the data link connector (DLC):
o Intrepid [2] o Stratus [3] o Daytona [4] o Shadow/Spirit [5] o Dynasty [6] o Monaco [7]
Daytona2Daytona3
Daytona4Daytona5
Daytona6Daytona7

Erasing

NOTE: Disconnecting battery ground lead may cause driveability problems until the engine management system relearns basic values.
  • Ensure ignition switched OFF.
  • Disconnect battery ground cable for at least 30 seconds.
  • Reconnect battery ground cable.
  • Repeat accessing procedure to ensure no trouble codes remain in ECM fault memory.
NOTE: Disconnecting battery ground lead may also erase memory from electronic units, such as radio.
  • Trouble codes can also be erased by using a Scan Tool connected to the data link connector (DLC).

Trouble code  identification

Flash code Fault location Probable cause
11 Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor Wiring, air gap, CKP sensor
12 Engine control module (ECM) -supply voltage disconnected within last 50 ignition switch ON-OFF cycles Wiring, battery
13 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor Wiring, MAP sensor
14 Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor voltage low/high Wiring, MAP sensor
15 Vehicle speed sensor (VSS) -signal Wiring, VSS
16 Knock sensor (KS) -wiring Wiring open/short circuit, KS
17 Engine temperature -low for long period Wiring, coolant thermostat, ECT sensor
21 Heated oxygen sensor (H02S) -incorrectsignal/voltage high Wiring, fuel pressure, injector control, EVAP canister purge valve, compression, air filter blocked, heated oxygen sensor (H02S)
22 Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensorvoltage low/high Wiring, ECT sensor
23 Intake air temperature (IAT) sensor Wiring, IAT sensor
24 Throttle position (TP) sensor Wiring, accelerator cable adjustment, TP sensor
25 Idle air control (lAC) valve Wiring, lAC valve
26 Injector -circuit low Wiring, injector, ECM
27 Injector(s) -circuit malfunction Wiring, injector
31 Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge valve -open/short circuit Wiring, EVAP canister purge valve
32 Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) solenoid/ system -circuit malfunction Wiring, hoses, EGR solenoid
33 NC compressor clutch relay/NC refrigerant pressure sensor -voltage low/high Wiring, AlC compressor clutch relay, NCrefrigerant pressure sensor
34 Cruise control Wiring open/short circuit, hoses, voltage low/high, cruise control master switch, cruise control vacuum switching valve
35 Engine coolant blower motor relay -low/highspeed Wiring, engine coolant blower motor relaylow/high speed
41 Altemator Wiring open/short circuit, alternator
42 Engine control relay Wiring open/short circuit, engine control relay
43 Ignition coil -primary circuit Wiring, ignition coil
44 Battery temperature sensor/engine coolanttemperature (ECT) sensor Wiring open/short circuit, battery temperature sensor, ECT sensor, ECM
46 Alternator -voltage high Wiring, battery, alternator
47 Alternator -voltage low Wiring, battery, alternator drive belt, alternator
51 System too lean Wiring, intake/exhaust leak, fuel pressure, injectorcontrol, EVAP canister purge valve, H02S
52 System too rich Wiring, exhaust blockage, fuel pressure, injector control, EVAP canister purge valve, compression,air filter blocked, ignition system, H02S
53 Engine control module (ECM) -internal fault ECM
54 Camshaft position (CMP) sensor no signal Wiring, CMP sensor
55 End of MIL code output
62 Engine control module (ECM) -EEPROM error ECM
63 Engine control module (ECM) -EEPROM error ECM
65 Intake manifold air control solenoid Wiring open/short circuit, intake manifold air control solenoid
66 CAN data bus, transmission control module (TCM)/body control module (SCM) no Signal Wiring, TCM, BCM
71 Engine control module (ECM) -5 volt output low ECM
77 Cruise control system relay Wiring open/short circuit, cruise control systemrelay