After changing out my battery I received this code. Is it safe to say that my EBCM is fried? Code is C0252 "EBCM Control Valve Circuit". Code was cleared but comes back each I start. Connections was checked and cleaned. 2010 Colorado with the 3.7.
Does anyone know whether the specific part that is faulted can be determined if i bring to the dealer? If it can't I might as well save my money and just start replacing parts and maybe get lucky.
I just assumed it is a fault because on the DIC it specifys fault. Somehow during the battery change it either lost calibration in the system or fried something... Question is what exactly.
Well I finally was able to get a code. C0252... Many things it can be, but at least I have something.... I don't believe it could be the module but not sure. I guess I will have to do process of elimination which could be costly. Any advice on which to start with? I haveve 0 ABS lights or issues, only a stab/trac light.
Don't think so. This is a code reader that was bought online and not sure it's compatible with the link you sent since it's not oem.Although it does specifically say it clears all codes. bluedriver is the name of the reader.
Yep battery was under warranty and no run downs since then. I know on that particular reader all codes were checked. I don't mind buying a hand-held non-bluetooth/phone code reader if it will indeed clear this fault. Just curious why the one we used isn't picking up anything. It's seems to be a very good device.
This is definitely new to me and beyond anything I've experienced. 2010 Colorado 3.7 2wd. I experienced several mornings with battery drained even after charging so I install a new battery this morning. Immediately after starting I received a Service Stab Traction Fault. Since then i performed a reset twice as well as drove 20-30 miles. I cannot get this fault to reset. I also hooked up my brothers code reader and 0 codes came up. I've searched most of the day on something I've missed on the "relearn". The most odd thing is having no code on something of this nature. Any thoughts or recommendations?
It's actually the simplest location GM designed of previous years. However it's not the best location I might add. The air intake and the throttle body will need to be removed. Then take a modified Allen head wrench that had been cut down to allow clearance to remove bolt. The filter can be taken out with a pick tool. The only issue we encountered was the factory filter was slightly designed different than the one supplied by doorman. We are going today to the dealer to see what they have before going back with the filter. This is being performed on a 14 5.3... After this install we will be changing on my 14 6.2. I'll take more pics on it. Sent from my moto g(7) power using Tapatalk
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