You might have your codes right on your speedo cluster. I think you turn your key to the right to turn on the electrics but not all the way to start. Do that 3 times in quick succession and you will see your code or codes light up on the speedo cluster area.
Fellows here on ROF should have that process down and can correct the instructions if needed. At least it works on my 05 rubi.
If that doesn't work your local parts store has a selection of code readers. Pay extra to get a better code reader too.
Also many of the parts stores will come out and plug in their code readers and give you the codes for free.
Keep us informed and let us know what you found.
Auto parts stores will read the code for free but they won't clear the code. I have a ScanGauge II that sits on my dash so I can keep an eye on coolant temperature, battery voltage, etc. It will also read and clear codes - very handy.
I’ve had that code three times over the years and it was a loose gas cap every time. One of the three, I had to replace the cap and I did so buying it from the dealer. My research on here said the dealer replacement had more reliability.
All of that evap plumbing is hidden between the plastic wheel liner and the tub at the rear on driver and passenger sides. I pulled the liners out when I was outboarding my shocks and never put them back - makes it easy to access those areas. I would check all of the hoses. It's probably going to be a PITA to check with the wheel well liners in place.
I made a paint can smoke machine from a utube example. I was chasing down a check engine light and gave it a try.
I hooked the smoke tube up to the intake after removing a vacuum line that goes to the brake system. I used a 12v air compressor for airing up tires. I did find a small leak and replaced a hose. It didn't change my check engine light problem though.
I've chased that same error code for years, on and off about every year or year and a half. I've found rotten evap hoses and replaced most hoses now, over the years. I'll typically get the code, check and find a rotting rubber hose somewhere or a couple of times it's been a loose gas cap. I make sure and twist the clicking gas cap 5-6 times to make sure it seals. Funny thing is I got the code today... Coincidence??? hahaha I'll be checking the hoses/gas cap tomorrow, ...again!
I took the camera with me to the garage, and looked through the hoses and didn't see where that repair was made many years ago. Then, the camera battery was dead as well...I'll have to try again later when I have power for the camera.
I just passed CA smog after...
Driving 130 miles on 4 of 6 cylinders.
Driving 130 miles with raw fuel throughout the exhaust. My friend couldn’t even follow me (fumes).
Three failed PCMs.
I was wondering if I burned my cats up or the O2 sensors. I guess not. I did fix the problem though and...
Tried searching around, problem is I'm not sure what to call it..lol 04 rubicon with northeast rust issues. I'm guessing it's some sort of nipple that the air line attaches to on top of the axle. Whatever it was, has rusted away on both of my axles. Both of my airlines are connected to nothing...
Had a drive shaft joint fail a few years ago on the highway and just split the rear case half of the rubicon tcase pretty good, was in another province for work at the time and needed the rig on the road so bought a used 231 off a local shop that had the sye kit and was a pretty easy swap, few...
One recent Aug afternoon after loading my ATV on a trailer and backing up to my cabin on level ground for a 50-60 yds, the wonderful Check Engine light came on. I disconnected the trailer and drove in to a local small town where I know the owner of a repair shop and he started pulling codes...
Hello friends, I'm looking for a Tru-Lok plate like in the attached photo.
Is it available for purchase as a separate part ?
If so, I'll be glad to get mopar or spicer part numbers.
Maybe someone here still has from a broken OEM locker ?
Thank you !