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Old 10-03-2010, 05:01 PM
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I have to pass emissions test so I need to solve these pcodes.

P1504 - Idle valve related, I put a resistance but the pcode appears again randomly.

P0010 - "A" camshaft position actuator, it appears every time i crank the motor. Also tried a resistance but nothing happens.

I tried 3 and 4 ohm resistance on both . Anyone knows if using resistances will cure the problem? If so, how much ohm should I use?
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i have P1504, let me know if you fix it.
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Originally Posted by ismael_pt View Post
I have to pass emissions test so I need to solve these pcodes.

P1504 - Idle valve related, I put a resistance but the pcode appears again randomly.

P0010 - "A" camshaft position actuator, it appears every time i crank the motor. Also tried a resistance but nothing happens.

I tried 3 and 4 ohm resistance on both . Anyone knows if using resistances will cure the problem? If so, how much ohm should I use?
The problem could be with wiring, these valves are near and maybe their wiring got fucked somewhere. "Intermittent" is the key word.
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The problem could be with wiring, these valves are near and maybe their wiring got fucked somewhere. "Intermittent" is the key word.
Both OCV and Idle valve are no longer conected to the stock ecu. I need to fake the presence of these valves.
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