i have a 2006 pt cruiser that lost ground

Asked by Jul 22, 2015 at 04:22 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2006 pt cruiser that lost right front signal ground hooked up ground to it works but
then lost fuel pump tank ground crank no start till put ground to it fuel pump  codes
showing are P127E  B1640  B1786 Has anyone else had this to happen and how do i fix it
it has 132000 miles runs good with the new ground wires but gas gauge is either full or
empty it goes up and down sometimes

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Please check the DTC codes again. None of them exist. The 'B' codes on an OBDII scan are 'Body' for example air-bags, power locks, any faults unrelated to drive train. But none of them come up on a search. Now, 'P' codes are Power train. P127E is not a valid code, DTC P codes are numeric only not alpha-numeric. We will be happy to help you, but these codes are not coming up in any search in several sites.

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Did you use a plug-in scanner or the system the Chrysler claims to work (but does not, have been there done that) to pull DTC codes as in this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3_px6K9lSY

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Hi Fordnut i have a hand held cen-tech model 99722 scanner i got from harbor freight it only showed i think like 499 code so i was getting inspection sticker at my local small shop and got the guy to run his scanner on it and it was the one that brought up these codes it was a snap on tools one said was i think $15 grand tool he said i need to take it to Chrysler dealer it was something i think he said a ground computer box or maybe the dtc you've said

just ran the key one and it showed PO463 it what shows in dashread out

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