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Another error code

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Anyone know or look up a 9 flash error code on my 93 GMC Sierra? Thanks.

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I am not a big GM guy, buy I dont show a code 9, my charts start with 11!

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Is it a possible 45? Four flashes, pause 5 flashes? Or 54 five then pause, then 4

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I think you have to count the flashes before and after a pause.

For example; FLASH, FLASH, pause, FLASH, FLASH, FLASH = code 23.

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If thats the case it would be 99...but it was doing a 5 flash error code before and that had to do with the brakes, unless that was 55, but I don't think so. Maybe its just best I don't know what the heck is wrong!

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Thats OBD2 (I think).

Does it flash a 12 code first?

55 could be an EEC module ground failure. It also could be an O-2 failure also.

I would go to local parts store (Advance Auto or Bumper to Bump) and read codes with their tester. This will tell you what exact the issue is. Its free also.

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No worries, I've got an uncle whos a master mechanic, I just can't get a hold of him. This durn truck flashes more than my ex at bar close...hope she gets me home!

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Quote:

This durn truck flashes more than my ex at bar close


Thats funny! grin.gif

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That is classic!!! cool.gif

I have had buddies like you with the wives to boot. There is just something wrong when it happens. I stare, but turn away. Just saw this type of thing last Sept. from a buddy (who is a tech.), what do you do??????

That involved a dog correction collar, his wife and her (contact us please), just after the Vikes game at his house and a bottle of you know what she drank. grin.gif I had to look though, but I did not want to. I wish people could hold thier booze.

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