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So today my truck doesn't want to start. Great, this is what I bought the code tester for.
I Still have the 565 code. Now I also have the 114 and 116 faults to add to the list.
Air Charge Temperature Sensor Higher or Lower Than Expected Voltage
Engine Coolant Temperature Higher or Lower Than Expected
I replaced the ACT and I still can't start the truck. I cleared the codes and I'm still getting these same faults. The ECT is another $25 that I don't want to spend if it's not going to get me up and running.
The ACT really needed to be replaced even though it didn't fix the problem.
My question is; Could the Ignition Control Module be responsible for these faults? I would bet that if I tested for spark, I wouldn't get anything. If there isn't any spark and the tester didn't say the coil was bad then it's a no-brainer..... right?
Wasted $50 bucks on an ICM. When that didn't work I pulled the coil and it was cracked. Not bad.... Just flushed $50+tax down the toilet for a part I didn't really need for a $5 part I got used at the junk yard.