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Okay so I Changed out My A-Arm cross bar the other day took it out Hopped it once.

And the car died, started and it died about 10 times then i got it moved. now when i drive it started fine will run fine for about 15-20 mins then starts dieing.

so Im not trying to figure out codes

-00 34

-01 121 123 124 125 131 133

-02 00

-03 00

-04 121 162 33

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The numbers you have don't relate to codes. It appears you were in inputs and outputs.

The first numbers ( 00 ) you have indicates to me that there were no codes. Did you continue pushing buttons after the 00 displayed.

What did you replace? Was it a sway bar?

7 hours ago, FleetwoodSlim said:

Okay so I Changed out My A-Arm cross bar the other day took it out Hopped it once.

When you say "Hopped it once" does that mean you had to jump start it because the battery was dead?

Are there any other lights illuminated on the dash when you do have it running for the 15-20 mins?

7 hours ago, FleetwoodSlim said:

now when i drive it started fine will run fine for about 15-20 mins then starts dieing

 

THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH TIME TO DO THE JOB RIGHT - THERE IS NEVER ENOUGH TIME TO DO THE JOB AGAIN !!!

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The '94 RWD Fleetwood was an OBD1 system. Here are the codes for the PCM....

 

00: No PCM faults 
12: No engine RPM References pulses 
13: Oxygen sensor circuit fault 
14: Shorted coolant sensor circuit fault 
15: Open coolant sensor circuit fault 
21: Open throttle position sensor circuit fault 
22: Shorted throttle position sensor circuit fault 
23: Open MAT sensor circuit fault 
24: VSS circuit fault 
25: Shorted MAT sensor circuit fault 
32: EGR system fault 
33: Open MAP sensor circuit fault 
34: Shorted MAP sensor circuit fault 
42: EST/bypass circuit fault 
43: ESC failure 
44: Lean O2 signal 
45: Rich O2 signal 
51: PROM error 
52: Backup fuel cal-pack missing 
54: Fuel pump relay malfunction 
 

THERE IS ALWAYS ENOUGH TIME TO DO THE JOB RIGHT - THERE IS NEVER ENOUGH TIME TO DO THE JOB AGAIN !!!

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