Dodge RAM Truck Fault Code

By | 14/08/2018

Dodge RAM Truck Fault Codes List in PDF

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Dodge Ram Fault Codes List

Dodge Ram

In order to read the error code, the following procedure must be performed:

  • Turn the ignition off.
  • After 5 seconds, turn on the ignition, immediately turn it off, turn it on again, turn it off and on again. (Remember that ignition does not mean starting the engine).

P0030-O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction
P0031-Open or short to “Mass” of oxygen sensor heater circuit No. 1
P0032-Short to the “Borts” circuit of the heater of the oxygen sensor No. 1
P0036-O2 Heater Heater Circuit Malfunction
P0037-Open or short to “Mass” of oxygen sensor heater circuit No. 2
P0038-Short to Brontet of oxygen sensor heater circuit No. 2
P0101-Mass airflow sensor signal output beyond the allowable range
P0102-Mass air flow sensor circuit low
P0103-Mass air flow sensor circuit high
P0105-Incorrect signal in the absolute air pressure sensor circuit
P0106-Absolute air pressure sensor signal output beyond permissible range
P0107-Absolute air pressure sensor circuit low
P0108-High Absolute Pressure Sensor Circuit
P0112-Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Low
P0113-High Temperature Sensor Circuit
P0115-Incorrect temperature sensor signal for coolant
P0116-Incorrect coolant temperature sensor signal
P0117-Coolant Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Circuit Low
P0118-Coolant Temperature Sensor Circuit High Circuit High
P0121-Incorrect throttle position sensor No. 1 signal
P0122-Throttle Position Sensor No. 1 Circuit Low
P0123-Throttle Position Sensor No. 1 Circuit High
P0130-Faulty signal circuit or loss of activity of the oxygen sensor No. 1 (before the neutralizer)
P0131-Low oxygen sensor No. 1 (before neutralizer)
P0132-High oxygen sensor No. 1 (before neutralizer)
P0133-Slow response of the oxygen sensor No. 1 (before the neutralizer) to change the composition of the mixture
P0134-Loss of activity or an open circuit of the oxygen sensor No. 1 (before the neutralizer)
P0135-O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Malfunction (Before Neutralizer)
P0136-O2 sensor signal circuit fault (after neutralizer)
P0137-Low oxygen sensor No. 2 signal (after neutralizer)
P0138-High oxygen sensor 2 signal (after neutralizer)
P0139-Slow response of the oxygen sensor No. 2 (after the neutralizer) to change the composition of the mixture
P0140-Loss of activity or an open in the circuit of the oxygen sensor No. 2 (after the neutralizer)
P0141-O2 Sensor Heater Fault (after neutralizer)
P0171-Fuel supply system too poor at maximum enrichment
P0172-Fuel supply system too rich with its maximum depletion
P0200-Injector control circuit faulty
P0201 – Injector 1 control circuit malfunction or failure
P0202 – Injector 2 control circuit faulty or faulty
P0203 – Injector 3 control circuit faulty or faulty
P0204 – Injector 4 control circuit faulty or faulty
P0217-Engine cooling system overheating
P0219-Engine speed exceeded
P0222-Throttle Position Sensor No. 2 Circuit Low
P0223-Throttle Position Sensor No. 2 Circuit High
P0230-Malfunction of the control circuit of the electric blower relay
P0261-Open or short to “Mass” of injector control circuit 1
P0262-Short to Bourette control circuit of injector 1
P0263-The limiting drop in torque in cylinder 1 or the failure of the injector driver 1
P0264-Short to “Mass” of injector control circuit 2
P0265-Short to Bourette control circuit injector 2
P0266-The limiting drop in torque in cylinder 2 or the failure of the injector driver 2
P0267-Short to “Mass” of injector control circuit 3
P0268-Short circuit to “Bortset” injector control circuit 3
P0269-The limiting drop in torque in cylinder 3 or the failure of the injector driver 3
P0270-Short to “Mass” of injector control circuit 4
P0271-Short to Bourette control circuit of injector 4
P0272-Maximum torque drop in cylinder 4 or injector driver fault 4
P0297-Exceeding Vehicle Speed
P0300-Ignition interferences have been detected that affect toxicity
P0301-Ignition Errors in Cylinder 1
P0302-Ignition misfires in cylinder 2
P0303-Ignition Errors in Cylinder 3
P0304-Ignition flashes in cylinder 4
P0325-Knock Sensor Circuit Malfunction or Termination

P0327-Knock Sensor Circuit Low Level
P0328-Knock Sensor Circuit High
P0335-Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction or Termination
P0336-Crankshaft Position Sensor Synchronization Error
P0337-Short to Mass of the Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit
P0338-Crankshaft Position Sensor Circuit Open
P0339-Crankshaft Position Sensor Synchronization Error
P0340-Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Phase Sensor)
P0341-Camshaft Position Sensor Synchronization Error (Phase Sensor)
P0342-Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Circuit Low (Phase Sensor)
P0343-Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit High Signal (Phase Sensor) High
P0351-Ignition coil primary circuit 1 (1/4)
P0352-Ignition coil primary circuit 2 (2/3)
P0353-Ignition coil primary circuit interruption 3
P0354-Ignition coil primary circuit interruption 4
P0420-The effectiveness of the neutralizer is below the allowable limit
P0422-The effectiveness of the neutralizer is below the allowable limit
P0441-Incorrect air flow through the purge valve of the adsorber
P0443 – Adsorber purge valve control circuit malfunction
P0444 – The adsorber purge valve control circuit malfunction
P0445 – The adsorber purge valve control circuit
P0480-Fan control relay No. 1 fault
P0481 – Fan assembly relay control circuit no. 2
P0500-Circuit malfunction or no signal from vehicle speed sensor
P0501-Vehicle Speed ​​Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0503-Interrupting Vehicle Speed ​​Sensor Signal
P0504-Incorrect brake pedal switch signal
P0505-Idle Speed ​​Control Circuit Malfunction
P0506-Low idling speed (Idling governor is locked)
P0507-High idling speed (Idling governor is locked)
P0508-Short to “Mass” of the control circuit of the stepper regulator of idling
P0509-Short circuit to the “Bortet” control circuit of the stepper regulator idling
P0511-Open circuit of the stepper control of idling
P0560-The on-board network voltage is below the operating threshold
P0562-Low voltage on-board network
P0563-High voltage on-board network
P0601-Controller ROM fault (checksum error)
P0602-Controller RAM Error
P0603-Internal controller EEPROM failure
P0604-Controller’s internal RAM malfunction
P0605-The controller’s flash ROM failed (checksum error)
P0606-Controller malfunction or error when initializing it
P0615-Open circuit for additional starter relay control
P0616-Short to “Mass” of the control circuit of the auxiliary starter relay
P0617-Short to “Bortset” control circuit of the auxiliary starter relay
P0618-External EEPROM controller malfunction
P0627-Open circuit of control circuit of the electric blower relay
P0628-Short to “Mass” of the control circuit of the electric blower relay
P0629-Short-circuit to the “Bortset” of the control circuit of the electric blower relay
P0630-Incorrect entry or absence Vehicle’s VIN code
P0645-Air Conditioning Clutch Relay Control Circuit Open
P0646-Open or shorted to “Mass” of the clutch relay circuit
P0647-Short to Brontet of the A / C Clutch Relay Circuit
P0650-MIL Lamp Control Circuit Malfunction (“Check Engine”)
P0654-Malfunction of a chain of management of a tachometre of the panel of devices
P0657-Malfunction of the flowmeter control circuit or temperature indicator
P0685-Main control relay open circuit
P0687-Short to “Bortset” of the control circuit of the main relay
P0688-Power circuit breaks from the main relay output
P0690-Short circuit to the “Borts” main circuit power circuit
P0691 – Open or short to “Mass” of the fan control relay circuit No. 1
P0692-Short circuit to the “Bortset” control circuit of the fan relay No. 1
P0693-Open or short to the “Mass” of the fan assembly relay control circuit No. 2
P0694-Short circuit to the “Bortset” control circuit of the fan assembly relay No. 2
P1102-Low oxygen sensor heater No. 1
P1115-O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit Malfunction
P1123-The “rich” mixture – the additive correction of the fuel-air mixture by air exceeds the established threshold

P1124-Mixture “poor” – additive correction of the fuel-air mixture by air exceeds the established threshold
P1127-The “rich” mixture – the multiplicative correction of the composition of the fuel-air mixture exceeds the established threshold
P1128-Mixture “poor” – multiplicative correction of the composition of the fuel-air mixture exceeds the established threshold
P1135-O2 Heater Heater Circuit Malfunction
P1136-A mixture of “rich” – additive correction of fuel-air mixture for fuel exceeds the established threshold
P1137-Mixture “poor” – additive correction of the fuel-air mixture for fuel exceeds the established threshold
P1140-Incorrect air flow sensor signal
P1141-O2 Heater Heater Circuit Malfunction
P1171-Low signal level of the CO-potentiometer circuit
P1172-High level signal of the CO-potentiometer circuit
P1230-Main relay control circuit fault
P1335-Throttle Position Out of Range
P1336-Unacceptable discrepancy between the throttle position sensor No. 1 and No. 2
P1351-Short circuit in the primary circuit of the ignition coil of cylinders 1 and 4
P1352-Short circuit in the primary circuit of the ignition coil of cylinders 2 and 3
P1386-Error while performing internal test of the detonation channel
P1388-Acceleration pedal position out of range
P1389-Engine speed out of range
P1390-Irreversible fuel injection restriction due to system malfunctions
P1391-Error while executing engine monitoring program
P1410 – Adsorber purge valve control circuit malfunction
P1425 – Adsorber purge valve control circuit malfunction
P1426-Antenna purge valve control circuit malfunction
P1427 – Adsorber purge valve control circuit malfunction
P1500-Open circuit of control circuit of the electric blower relay
P1501-Short to “Mass” of the control circuit of the electric blower relay
P1502-Short circuit to “Bortset” or an open circuit of the relay of the electric blower pump
P1509-Idling control circuit overload
P1513-Open circuit or short to “Mass” of the idle speed control circuit
P1514-Short circuit to the “Bortet” control circuit of the idle speed regulator
P1530-Air Conditioning Clutch Relay Control Circuit Malfunction
P1541-Open circuit of control circuit of the electric blower relay
P1545-Throttle Position Out of Range
P1558-The starting position of the throttle is out of range
P1559-Inaccurate mass flow rate through throttle
P1564-Adaption of throttle adaptation due to reduced supply voltage
P1570-No response from the MTA (immobilizer) or a break in the communication line
P1571-An unregistered electronic key was used
P1572-An open circuit or a malfunction of the transceiver antenna of the immobilizer
P1573-Internal Malfunction of APS Unit (Immobilizer)
P1574-Attempt to unblock the APS (immobilizer)
P1575-The access to the MTA (immobilizer) is blocked by the controller
P1578-Invalidity of retrograde results of throttle valve
P1579-Emergency stop adaptation of the throttle actuator due to external conditions
P1600-No communication with the MTA (immobilizer)
P1601-No connection to the MTA (immobilizer)
P1602-Vehicle voltage dropout
P1603-Failure of the non-volatile memory (EEPROM) of the controller
P1606-Low or invalid signal in the circuit of the rough road sensor
P1607-High signal level in the uneven road sensor circuit
P1612-Unauthorized controller reset during operation
P1616-Rough Road Sensor Signal Low
P1617-Rough Road Sensor Signal High
P1620 – Controller ROM fault
P1621-Controller Controller Fault
P1622-Failure of the non-volatile memory (EEPROM) of the controller
P1632-Throttle Actuator Control Channel No. 1 Fault
P1633-Throttle Actuator Control Channel No. 2 Malfunction
P1634 – Throttle actuator malfunction in start position
P1635 – Throttle actuator malfunction in closed position
P1636 – Throttle actuator malfunction in de-energized position
P1640-Error while executing access operation to the EEPROM controller
P1689-Incorrect error codes in controller memory
P1750-Short circuit to the “Bortset” of the No. 1 chain of the No-load Torque Control
P1751-Open circuit No. 1 of the no-load torque controller
P1752-Short to “Mass” of chain No. 1 of the control of the instantaneous regulator of idling
P1753-Short circuit to “Bortset” of chain No. 2 of the control of the instantaneous regulator of idling
P1754-Open circuit No. 2 of the no-load torque controller
P1755-Short to “Mass” of chain No. 2 of the No-load Torque Control
P2100-Motorized throttle control circuit open

P2102-Short to “Mass” of the throttle actuator control circuit
P2103-Short to “Borts” of the throttle actuator control circuit
P2104-Limiting throttle actuator to idle speed
P2105-Limiting throttle valve by engine blocking
P2106-Throttle Actuator Power Limit or Circuit Malfunction
P2110-Limiting throttle actuator to engine speed limit
P2111-Motor throttle actuator control error on opening
P2112-Faulty motor throttle actuator control error on closing
P2120-Malfunction of accelerator pedal sensor sensor circuit No. 1
P2122-Low signal level in accelerator pedal sensor No. 1 circuit
P2123-High signal level in accelerator pedal sensor No. 1 circuit
P2127-Low signal level in accelerator pedal sensor No. 2 circuit
P2128-High signal level in accelerator pedal sensor No. 2 circuit
P2135-Mismatch of the sensor readings No. 1 and 2 of the throttle position
P2138-Mismatch of the sensor readings No. 1 and 2 of the accelerator pedal position
P2173-High air flow with throttle control
P2175-Low air consumption for throttle control
P2187-The fuel delivery system drifts from the “middle” to the “poor” area at idle speed
P2188-Fuel delivery system drifts from “medium” to “rich” area at idle speed
P2195-No coincidence of oxygen sensor signals No. 1 and No. 2
P2270-The oxygen sensor signal No. 2 is in the “poor” state
P2271-The oxygen sensor No. 2 signal is in the “rich” state
P2299-Inconsistency between brake pedal switch signals and acceleration pedal position sensors
P2301-Short to Brontet Ignition Coil Circuit 1 (1/4)
P2303-Short to Brontet Ignition Coil Circuit 2 (2/3)
P2304-Short to Brontet Ignition Coil Circuit 2 (2/3)
P2305-Short to Brontet Ignition Coil 3 (2/3)
P2307-Short to “Borts” of the ignition coil circuit 3 (2/3) or 4 (1/4)

Fault Codes in PDF

Dodge Ram Fault Codes

What types of scanners does the dealer use to work with the Dodge Ram?

Depending on the model year, the following are used:

  • Until 2005 inclusive – DRB-III
  • 2006 – 2009 – wiTech, StarMobile or StarScan.
  • From 2009 to the present time – wiTech or StarMobile with the application wiTech.

Over the years, diagnostic complexes were improved.

  • The DRB-III was a standard Stand-Alone device.
  • StarMobile was an application program that uses a network interface to communicate with the car. The program itself was able to do a lot, but for full-fledged work it was necessary to keep in touch with a single server of the manufacturer.
  • StarScan was the same program as StarMobile, but packed together with the communication interface in a sturdy case with a large screen. Because of this, it resembled the traditional Stand-Alone device, but in fact it was not.
  • In wiTech from Stand-Alone there is nothing practical left. The principle of its operation resembles StarMobile, except that the diagnostic complex does not just require access to the network, but itself is a network structure. To the diagnostic socket is connected a small interface with its own address and connection via the Wi-Fi channel, after which the work with the car is conducted from any point of the network, with direct access and information exchange with a single server.