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2016 Sport Wiring Issue?


Josh_C

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I have a 2016 Sport with 46k miles. About a month ago the engine light came on, pulled the codes and came back with a crankcase pressure sensor error. I have a new sensor on order but just started to get a service charging system light. Pulled the data in that and came back with a P065b, generator control circuit range issue. The light is intermittent but voltage looks good from the battery to the alternator and battery is brand new (replaced when the light started). I can't seem to find a wiring diagram but looking at the alternator wires, they seem to go in the same harness that the crankcase pressure sensor does. Is that accurate? I live in the country so I'm guessing a mouse may have chewed on a few wires but can't find where they go. Anybody have a wiring diagram and pcm diagram so I can check voltages there? Any other thoughts on what I should try?
 




peterk9

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Welcome to the 5th gen Forum Josh. :wave:
Have you posted this same post before? I am sure that I've seen it prior to today. I'm not sure if this is of any use. There used to be a database supplied by BBB Industries which was available to us but unfortunately it no longer is. Perhaps some members may have the info you need.

Peter
 




Josh_C

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Welcome to the 5th gen Forum Josh. :wave:
Have you posted this same post before? I am sure that I've seen it prior to today. I'm not sure if this is of any use. There used to be a database supplied by BBB Industries which was available to us but unfortunately it no longer is. Perhaps some members may have the info you need.

Peter
Thanks Peter. No I have not posted this before, hoping someone can help me out!
 




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