no power to pcm port

Asked by Aug 04, 2014 at 07:13 AM about the 2001 Pontiac Sunfire SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

tried to read codes but have no power to pcm port i cant find a fuse for it had some one tell me iy uses the cig lighter fuse which is blown is this correct

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As you can see (click on it to enlarge) pcm is upper, second from right, CIG is elsewhere, lower in middle

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is there another pcm port to read codes besides the one under steering wheel

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But when you say pcm port, that's not where you plug scanner in to retrieve codes. You use the OBD port, a completely different port. Is that what you meant? PCM is Power Control Module

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No, that would be it. The OBD port under the steering wheel, this is not your car but is very similar

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Actually Powertrain Control Module ...and one time I tried to scan a car and thought the same thing, no power to OBD port but the batteries in my scanner were dead

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that what i mean the obd port is there another one?

Nope, only one

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was driving on hyway car lost acceleration sounded like a backfire but not threw exhaust died will not start will turn over got spark after cranking gets a strong fuel smell tryed to read codes no power to obd port

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Yikes, That makes me think a timing issue

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