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  1. Mckinleyw150

    Mckinleyw150 Junior Member

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    First time on the forum, not knowing what I did but my pick up is having issues now.

    For start its 1991 w150 5.2l TBI carb.

    Ok so my pick was smoking when starting up then goes away after running a while. So I figured the valve seal were leaking. So I changed the seals on the driver side while doing the hose I thought was from the AC was in the way. So I took off the pump and hose. Them went on my way doing the seal. Got the passenger side and there was another hose and went the header. Weird took it off too. The other end went towards the rear of the truck and was cut and folded. So changed the seals. Plugged the vacuum hoses and started the truck. Boy does it run rough. Spitting and sputtering. So checking things out I noticed that I had broke vacuum lines where the three solenoids meet and I think I fixed them. Truck is still not liking it. So I don't know were to start. Come to find out it wasn't the a/c pump but a smog pump. Should I try reverse all the cut pipes and put the pump back on. It didn't have belt on to start with?
     
  2. crazzywolfie

    crazzywolfie Senior Member

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    you may possibly want to look for more vacuum leaks or check the computer to see what codes it is possibly seeing. the emissions stuff being disconnected should not make it run rough immediately. if anything it might cause issues when hot.

    ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTICS Dodge OBD1 Pre 96

    1. Cycle the ignition key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON within 5 seconds. To cycle the ignition key ON means to turn it only as far as it takes to get the radio to come on. It does not mean to turn the engine on.

    2. Count the number of times the "check engine" lamp on the instrument panel flashes on and off. The number of flashes represents the code. There is a slight pause between the flashes representing the first and second digits of the code. Longer pauses separate individual codes. For example, flash-flash-flash [pause] flash-flash represents the code 32.

    A code of "55" represents end of error codes. If this is all you get then no error codes are stored in the computer. This is the normal condition

    CODE Description of Trouble Code
    11 Timing belt skipped 1 tooth or more from initial learned value, Intermittent loss of either camshaft or crankshaft position sensor, No crank reference signal detected during engine cranking
    12 Direct battery input to PCM was disconnected within the last 50 key-on cycles (normal)
    13 No change in MAP from start to run
    14 MAP sensor voltage too low
    15 No vehicle speed sensor signal
    17 Closed loop temp not reached or engine cold too long
    21 02s sensor problem (oxygen sensor), upstream or down stream
    22 Engine coolant temp sensor out of range
    23 Intake air temp sensor out of range
    24 Throttle Position sensor out of range
    25 Idle air control motor circuits, target idle not reached (+/- 200),vacuum leak found
    27 Injector control circuit
    31 Evap purge flow monitor failure or evap solenoid circuit
    32 EGR system failure
    33 A/C clutch relay circuit
    34 Speed control Solenoid circuits
    35 Rad Fan control relay circuit
    37 Torque converter clutch solenoid CKT or park/neutral switch failure
    41 Generator field not switching properly
    42 Fuel pump relay control ckt, Auto shutdown relay control ckt, No ASD relay output voltage at PCM, Fuel level sending unit volts out of range, Fuel level unit No change over miles
    43 Multiple/ single cylinder misfire
    44 Battery temp sensor volts out of range
    45 Overdrive solenoid shorted or open (automatic transmission only)
    46 Charging system voltage too high
    47 Charging system voltage too low
    51 Fuel system lean
    52 Fuel system rich
    53 Internal control failure
    54 No Cam signal at PCM
    55 End of error messages (If you get this only, no errors were found)
    62 PCM failure SRI mile not stored
    63 PCM Failure EEPROM write denied
    64 Catalytic Converter Efficiency Failure
    65 Power steering switch failure
     
  3. Mckinleyw150

    Mckinleyw150 Junior Member

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    thank you for your reply

    thank you for your reply I give it a shot and see what I get
     
  4. Mckinleyw150

    Mckinleyw150 Junior Member

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    This is what i got

    This is what I got with the codes12,33,36,31,17 any ideas?
     
  5. crazzywolfie

    crazzywolfie Senior Member

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    does the top rad hose get hot at all after running? you may want to doubt check for a vacuum leak or something. it sounds like you might have possibly knocked something loose when pulling out the emissions pipes
     

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