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Old 06-28-2011, 06:06 PM   #1
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I had the mil up again and it says code 71, 5 volt output low. Whats up with this code?
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Quick google search and 1st link

I would say bad connections somewhere
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Your sig says you have a 1997. You really need the full PXXXX code to best help you. Two digit codes are not as specific as the full codes.

The "key-on, key-off" technique won't give you the full code. Assuming you used this to get the 71.

You can only get the full codes by using a code reader or a scan tool. Some parts stores like Autozone will read them for free.

Get the full code or codes and post them here for comment.
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Your sig says you have a 1997. You really need the full PXXXX code to best help you. Two digit codes are not as specific as the full codes.

The "key-on, key-off" technique won't give you the full code. Assuming you used this to get the 71.

You can only get the full codes by using a code reader or a scan tool. Some parts stores like Autozone will read them for free.

Get the full code or codes and post them here for comment.
Thats the thing. I used my matco proscan plus. This is what it gave me...
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I just got the code for the NSS again. Could that be causing the other weird code I was getting before?

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