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Simultaneous codes p2059, p2149 & p1755?
I got these codes off my truck yesterday The check engine light came on while I was driving to work. I babied it back home, it's a short drive.
During the cold snap we just had in Vancouver BC, I lost a lot of cranking power from my batteries. I had to boost it twice over the course of a week. It sat for a few days before driving it today. Then I did buy and install a Noco Genm2 onboard battery tender and charged the batteries back up to operating voltage It started a little difficult and made that sputtering cold-start sound that I've never experienced before. It wasn't even cold out, it was +5 deg C. I didn't feel anything wrong with it going to work but when I came home, I noticed it was revving to 2500 before shifting out of 1st gear. Anything above that seemed normal. So I got the p2059 , p2149 and p1755. I looked them up and I'm not happy. I just replaced my tranny. I read a bunch of forum posts relating to these codes and think I know how to address them, but I am unsure and don't want to go jumping to conclusions.
Is it just coincidence that the ECM/pcm intermittent power code, 2nd bank injector short code and the intermediate speed sensor code appeared at the same time?
Does it have anything to do with the batteries dying in the cold? Maybe the only outside influence I can pin it on is that a bit of rain water got on the two wiring harness connections on the firewall while I was boosting it, but I unplugged Avery connection around there and they're all dry.
Right now as I type this I have disconnected the battery cables in an attempt to reset the ECM.
Any other guidance is majorly appreciated.
'05 3500 QCSB. 5" MBRP exh. AFE pro5r intake. Banks High ram. BD Intercooler. Unknown smoky tune. 6" lift. Unknown 4 link long arms. 35" Firestone Dest MT 2 on 17'" Vision Warriors.