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2006 Honda Acura

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10 Oct 2019 10:11 #34146 by robert.lesaca
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Im trying to help a friend with his 2006 Honda Acura TL. he has no drivability problems by far as he drives this car to work. initial scan resulted to the following DCs
1) 61-01 (Battery Voltage failure)
2) 83-01 (ECM/PCM relation failure)
3) 86-01 (CAN relation failure)
4) 112-01 (internal power source)

i asked him to bring his car on the week end when he has no work.. i hv not check for battery voltage or connector looseness/corrosion or anything of that sort. but someone out there might have come acroos something similar to these DTCs and can share his/her experience with these codes...thank you in advance.

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11 Oct 2019 11:13 #34174 by Tyler
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Did you get these out of the PCM, or ABS? CEL on? Because 83-1 is a fairly common code that only gets set in the ABS module. It's mostly a roadsign code, which almost always sets whenever there's a fault stored in the PCM. It sounds way worse than it is. :silly: Ignore it for now.

All the other codes could be set by low battery voltage, poor connections, whatever. TBH, all those codes sounds like symptoms of something else.

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11 Oct 2019 11:28 #34176 by robert.lesaca
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CEL, these were the current codes indicated; there were other DTCs, like :
1. 81-61 no signal from ODS unit
2. B1060, 1061 and 1831
it seems as if insufficient voltage at times is common to all. What I did was erased all and advised that when the CEL do come back to call me and only then will I check connectors, esp ABS module or even VSA, corrosion, etc. So far I have not gotten any calls yet.

I will update as soon as I get something...thanks.

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