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Old 09-16-2010, 10:40 PM   #1
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Default PO530 code - removed A/C - what voltage is necessary?

I am getting a PO530 code b/c I removed the A/C and I think it is causing a CEL (that is the only code that shows up when I check PCM codes). I'd like to feed the wires the proper voltage to avoid the code - anyone know what it should be (someone please test!!)?

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I am getting a PO530 code b/c I removed the A/C and I think it is causing a CEL (that is the only code that shows up when I check PCM codes). I'd like to feed the wires the proper voltage to avoid the code - anyone know what it should be (someone please test!!)?

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A P0530 will not cause a check engine light. Are you using a scanner, or checking codes through the DIC?
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checking through the DIC.

Good to know.

I need to pull the latest round, but that was the only thing that showed up previously so I thought I'd check in advance.
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