Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 01:01:56 GMT
From: (Dean Malandris)
Subject: Re: codes 12231, 12223, 12114 ??

On 19 Aug 1999 20:21:58 GMT, just as I was about to see how much duct tape you REALLY need to stop a gerbil from exploding, eli200nopsamcom (ELI 200) distracted me by babbling thusly: >Hello, >I have the following codes come out my computer yesterday >(after trying forever to figure out how to read them) >It is a 1989 900, I have a haynes manual and it only goes >up to 1988. >And the first 2 codes 12231 and 12223 are not listed in my manual? >the last code 12114 is listed as Air-Fuel mixture regulation faulty? > >Can anyone tell me what all this means? From the fault codes (from the Bentley book) database file I've put together for my upcoming Windows program: 1,12231,0,"No rpm signal (this code will always be present if the test is run with the engine off). Crank the engine for 5 seconds. If the code disappears, the rpm signal is O.K.","Check fuse no.3. Check the ignition system input at pin 1 of the LH control unit." 6,12223,1,"Air-fuel mixture too lean.","Tighten all boot clamps and carefully check all hose connections. Check injector 0-rings. Check ELCD valve. Check fuel pressure. (Also see fault code 12225)" 22,12114,0,"AIC self-compensating fault (system unable to increase idle to an acceptable level).","Check for binding AIC valve. Check for a mechanical engine problem causing low idle problem." -- Alcohol and calculus don't mix. Never drink and derive. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plexus Technologies Pty. Limited. Electronics Consulting, Research & Development. Mobile: +61 (0)411 470 880 ICQ: 719010

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