P0700 U0073 Gauges go to 0 low fuel/security/cel light come on?!?!
These are the codes i pull...
Here is the story...
Its seems as if every time the temp changes (summer to winter, or winter to summer) my car starts messing up... what will typically happen is while im driving, the gauges will all go to zero, my check engine light, security light, and low fuel light will come on, along with 3 ding sounds. The odometer reads "error" and my transmition starts to hessitate or switch gears very hard. I found if i bang on the center kick pannel on the passangers side, it will make my gauges come back, and then if i pull over, turn my car off, and wait a second, then start my car again im good to go with only my CEL left on... i thought it was being caused by my remote start, so i uninstalled that, to find it made no difference... if there is any more info i could provide please let me kno, it has happened almost every spring/fall since 08 :-/
If you have the onstar module this is a possible cause:
Service Information 2006 Pontiac G6 | G6 (VIN Z) Service Manual | Document ID: 2324430
#PIC4677C: No Start No Crank Intermittently / No Communication Over High Speed LAN - keywords connector inop inoperative lamp light loose message on onstar U0121 U0101 U2100 U1040 P0700 P2544 U0073 VCIM warning - (Aug 10, 2009)
Subject: No Start No Crank Intermittently/No communication over High Speed LAN
The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI.
A customer may have a complaint of an intermittent no start, no crank condition, and or SES light on with I/P gauges intermittently inoperative while driving. Any of the following DTCs may be accompanied with this complaint. U0121, U0101, U2100, U104, P0700, P2544, U0073
Before beginning to deep dive into any diagnostics first (If equipped) check the VCIM module (Onstar) connector C3 (Black) to be sure that it has been fully seated. This connector has been increasingly showing up as the root cause for loss of HIGH speed LAN concerns.
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I had the exact same thing happen when I had my g5, and there was a part(i dont remember exactly what it was, its been over a year) that was related to our power steering that had a recall on it and apparently those were the symptoms of why it was recalled. I got the part replaced and it never happened again (i only had the car 6 months after it was replaced so idk if it was permanently fixed or not though)
I will find the recall to find out what part it was, maybe our issues are related
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Finding an intermittent short is a job for a pro with the right tools & experience. Even then its damn hard. I think you'll be better off taking it to a dealer for a proper diagnosis. The diagnostic fee is about 100 bucks. If you are going to do that don't clear the codes because they need to see them. Hope you got a fat wallet this month.
Cleaning the BCM connectors is relatively easy but remember a new BCM is several hundred dollars should you break a terminal pin.
Purchasing a GM extended warranty might be a smart move if you can possibly can swing it. Except for that aftermarket remote start which I guarantee you they will tell you to remove before they will work on your car.
Maybe jts08g6 or someone else has the answer that ties these three codes together.
You never said how the car is running during these episodes. Is the driveability affected?
Ill get it into my buddys shop tonight and clean the bcm connections, and let you know what happens... the remote start has already been removed, and the car is drivable untill it has these freak outs... then it still drives but it wont shift and when it does it jerks really bad... so i pull over to prevent causing further issues...
so what i ended up doing is soldering the connections that were "crimped" back together from removeing the remote start (dont think this was the fix, but a good idea non the less) tapeing a power wire that was lose from the remote start (still don't think that was the fix) and then lastley removed the 2 blue/gray connections to the BCM under the deck (from the passanger side kick pannel) and then blowing them out with canned air, and reconnecting them... then I just played with all the wireing down there to make sure everything looked good and secured. I think the fix was mainly in the connections for the BCM. NOTE******* IF YOU DO THIS, MAKE SURE YOU ARE VERY VERY VARY CAREFULL******** ITS LIKE A 100 PIN CONNECTION, AND VERY VERY VARY EASY TO MESS UP!******* AND NOT CHEAP TO FIX! thanks for EVERYONES HELP!!! much appreciated!
3 years later and the exact same thing (minus the o2 sensors error) wth is wrong with my car??? I'm going to try the same thing I did last time 9
cleaning BCM connectors) and I'm also going to reprogram my remote start, but I've had that remote start for over 2 years, and haven't had this issue yet.... i'll follow up if anything changes after I clean the BCM connectors, but if anyone has any other ideas, let me know please.
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