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Last Updated 2017-01-17
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Trouble CodeFault LocationProbable Cause
P1235 Injector 5 Output Circuit (CHEVROLET, GMC)
Fuel Pump Control Out of Range (FORD, LINCOLN, MERCURY)
Throttle Position Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (INFINITI, NISSAN)
High Pressure Fuel Pump Circuit (LEXUS, TOYOTA)
Fuel Pump Driver Module Disabled or Off Line (MAZDA)
MASS Airflow Sensor Plausibility (MITSUBISHI)

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Other Manufacturer Specific Definitions for P1235

Fuel Pump Control Out of Range (Ford)
Injector 5 Output Circuit (GM)
High Pressure Fuel Pump Circuit (Toyota)
Injector 5 -circuit malfunction (Chevrolet)
Throttle motor position sensor – learning problem, bank 2 (Infiniti)
Fuel pump (FP) – range/performance problem (Land Rover)
Fuel high-pressure pump, bank 1 – circuit malfunction (Lexus)
Fuel pump control -signal malfunction (Lincoln)
Fuel pump (FP) control – out of range (Mazda)
Supercharger (SC) pressure – incorrect (Mercedes-Benz)
Fuel pump control -signal malfunction (Mercury)
Mass air flow (MAF) sensor – malfunction (Mitsubishi)
Throttle motor pos tion sensor – learning problem, bank 2 (Nissan)

BAT Team Discussions for P1235

  • 199 Mercury Cougar Fuel Pump Relay
    How about that FPDM code, was it a P1233, P1235 or P1237. All three of these codes involve the FPDM circuit and related components, such as the FPM(fuel pump) which you state was replaced, defective PCM and/or related wiring, and/or a damaged/defective FPDM and/or related wiring. [QUOTE="Thomas2395,...