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Actually that P1693 code could be any code really...
Like When I was doing some work on my truck I pull the harness connector apart and forgot... Well it tripped the CEL light... P1689 (If I remember right) and the P1693... After 5 key cycles the CEL light went out. The codes remained. But after 50 (or so key cycles) the P1689 code left and the P1693 remained...
So yes.. Your going to need a ODB II scanner to pull the older codes out... But OBD II scanner can also clear all old codes too... Where disconnecting you battery won't...
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Whats up i have a 99 3500 cummins Its giving me the p1698 and in the dash it says no bus.. I read in a website it could be the crankshaft sensor i havent changed it i have a body computer the one that goes on the pasenger side and still hasnt cranked on.....
Went to Autozone and had them plug their OBDII scanner up. It was two P0234 codes: Overboost condition. Cleared them out, haven't come back yet. Is there anything in particular that would cause overboost? Cold weather, engine not fully warmed up? I really don't lay into the pedal very much anymore, at least until I get some extra money to fix 'er up the way I want to.
2001 Ram 3500 SLT, Auto, 4x4, long bed dually, HO version. Right now completely stock.
AH, great, no problem then - you either have an overly efficient turbo, or perhaps a borderline MAP sensor - I wouldn't worry about it - other than perhaps check connections to the sensor for corrosion or poor contact.
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