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Old 01-09-2014, 09:30 PM   #1
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Default OBD Codes on 2009

It's been cold and snowy here for a while. Today on the way to work my wife called and said the stabilitrak light and the abs and then CEL shortly after that. I figured it would all turn off after a while and it did after she stopped and started the car 5 or 6 times in the course of her day. The brake fluid is topped off. She didn't spin the tires when it happened. I read the codes stored in the computer and one is C1221 which is the LF wheel speed sensor and we got another one that was C12E1 and I can't seem to find what that is for? Any ideas. I am guessing that maybe the sensor is bad or just got all salted up.

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2009 Saturn VUE - AWD | VUE, VUE Hybrid VIN L, Captiva Sport Service Manual | Document ID: 2146650
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DTC C0900 or C12E2
Diagnostic Instructions•Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
•Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
•Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC DescriptorsDTC C0900 00
Device Voltage High – EBCM

DTC C0900 07
Device Voltage High – EBCM

DTC C12E2 00
Device Voltage High – EBCM

Diagnostic Fault InformationCircuit
Short to Ground
Open/High Resistance
Short to Voltage
Signal Performance

B+
C0899 00, C0899 03, C12E1 00
C0899 00, C0899 03, C12E1 00



Ground

C0899 00, C0899 03, C12E1 00




Typical Scan Tool DataBattery Voltage Signal Circuit
Short to Ground
Open
Short to Voltage

Operating Conditions: Ignition ON, Engine OFF.

Parameter Normal Value: 12.60 Volts.

B+
0.00 Volts*
0.00 Volts*


*The scan tool will not communicate with the EBCM if the battery voltage is less than 7 V.


Circuit/System DescriptionThe electronic brake control module (EBCM) monitors the 12 V battery voltage level available for system operation. A high voltage condition prevents the system from operating properly.

Conditions for Running the DTCThe ignition is ON.

Conditions for Setting the DTCC0900 00 or C12E2 00

The EBCM detects that the battery voltage is greater than 16 V.


C0900 07

The EBCM detects that the battery voltage is greater than 19.5 V.


Action Taken When the DTC Sets•The antilock brake system (ABS), electronic brake force distribution, traction control system, and vehicle stability enhancement system are disabled.
•The ABS, BRAKE, traction off, and vehicle dynamics caution warning indicators turn ON.
•The ABS pump motor turns ON if the voltage is greater than 28 V.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC•The DTC will pass when the condition for setting the DTC is no longer present.
•The EBCM clears a history DTC when the DTC does not fail in 100 consecutive ignition cycles.
Diagnostic Aids•This DTC could be set by overcharging with a battery charger or jump starting.
•A high voltage DTC in multiple modules indicates a concern in the charging system.
Reference InformationSchematic Reference
Antilock Brake System Schematics

Connector End View Reference
Component Connector End Views

Description and Operation
•ABS Description and Operation
•Charging System Description and Operation
Electrical Information Reference
•Circuit Testing
•Connector Repairs
•Testing for Intermittent Conditions and Poor Connections
•Wiring Repairs
Scan Tool Reference
Control Module References for scan tool information

Circuit/System Verification 1. Engine running, accessories OFF, measure and record the battery voltage at the 12 V battery terminals. The voltage should be between 12.6–15.0 V.
⇒ If not within the specified range, refer to Charging System Test.
 2. Observe the scan tool EBCM Battery Voltage Signal parameter. The reading should be between 12.6–15.0 V.
⇒ If greater than the specified range, replace the EBCM.
Repair InstructionsPerform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.

Control Module References for EBCM replacement, setup and programming
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2009 Saturn VUE - AWD | VUE, VUE Hybrid VIN L, Captiva Sport Service Manual | Document ID: 2188027
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DTC C0035-C0050, C1207-C1210, C1221-C1228, or C1232-C1235
Diagnostic Instructions•Perform the Diagnostic System Check - Vehicle prior to using this diagnostic procedure.
•Review Strategy Based Diagnosis for an overview of the diagnostic approach.
•Diagnostic Procedure Instructions provides an overview of each diagnostic category.
DTC DescriptorsDTC C0035 04
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C1232
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C0035 26
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C1221
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C0035 27
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C1225
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C0035 0E
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C1207
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C0035 1F
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C1221
Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C0040 04
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C1233
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C0040 0E
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C1208
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C0040 1F
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C1222
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C0040 26
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C1222
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C0040 27
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C1226
Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C0045 04
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C1234
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C0045 0E
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C1209
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C0045 1F
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C1223
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C0045 26
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C1223
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C0045 27
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C1227
Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C0050 04
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C1235
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Open Circuit

DTC C0050 0E
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C1210
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Resistance Below Threshold

DTC C0050 1F
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C1224
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent

DTC C0050 26
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C1224
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too Low

DTC C0050 27
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

DTC C1228
Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Frequency too High

Diagnostic Fault InformationCircuit
Short to Ground
Open/High Resistance
Short to Voltage
Signal Performance

Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor 12 V Reference
C0035 04, C1232
C0035 04, C1232
C0035 0E, C1207
C0035 1F, C1221, C0035 26, C1221 C0035 27, C1225

Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Signal
C0035 04, C1232
C0035 04, C1232
C0035 0E, C1207
C0035 1F, C1221, C0035 26, C1221 C0035 27, C1225



Component
Condition
DTCs

Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor
•Physical damage
•Debris on the wheel speed sensor or the encoder ring
•Loose or improperly mounted sensor
•Loose or worn wheel bearing
•Air gap between the wheel speed sensor and the encoder ring too large
C0035 1F, C1221, C0035 26, C1221 C0035 27, C1225




Circuit/System DescriptionThe wheel speed sensor (WSS) receives ignition voltage from the electronic brake control module (EBCM) and provides a DC square wave signal back to the module. As the wheel spins, the EBCM uses the frequency of the square wave signal to calculate the wheel speed.

Conditions for Running the DTC•Ignition ON.
•Ignition voltage is greater than 10 volts.
•The brake pedal is not pressed.
•Two or three other wheel speeds are greater than 0 km/h.
Conditions for Setting the DTCC0035 04 – C0050 04, C0035 0E – C0050 0E,C1232 – C1235, or C1207 – C1210

A short to voltage, short to ground or an open/high resistance is detected on a wheel speed sensor circuit.


C0035 26 – C0050 26, C0035 27 – C0050 27, C0035 1F – C0050 1F, C1221 – C1224, C1225 – C1228, or C1221 – C1224
•A missing wheel speed sensor signal.
•An erratic signal output of the wheel speed sensor is detected.
•The EBCM detects a change in wheel speed that exceeds 20 km/h (12 mph) between two 10 millisecond wheel speed samples.
Conditions for Setting the DTC•A short to voltage, short to ground or an open/high resistance is detected on a wheel speed sensor circuit.
•A missing wheel speed sensor signal
•An erratic signal output of the wheel speed sensor is detected.
•The EBCM detects a change in wheel speed that exceeds 20 km/h (12 mph) between two 10 millisecond wheel speed samples.
Actions Taken when the DTC Sets•The EBCM disables the antilock brake system (ABS), traction control and stabilitrak for the duration of the ignition cycle.
•A driver information center message and/or a warning indicator may be displayed.
Conditions for Clearing the DTC•The condition for the DTC is no longer present.
•Operate the vehicle at speeds greater than 15 km/h (10 mph) to complete the self test, and the EBCM will turn off the ABS indicator.
•The EBCM clears the history DTC when a current DTC is not detected in 40 consecutive drive cycles.
Diagnostic Aids•Inspect the back of the wheel bearing on the encoder surface for metal debris that could cause an erratic reading with the sensor. Do not use a magnet to clean the debris, or damage to the encoder ring may occur.
•If two or more wheel speed sensors are inoperative diagnose each wheel speed sensor individually.
If the customer comments that the ABS indicator is ON only during moist environmental conditions: rain, snow, vehicle wash, etc., inspect the wheel speed sensor wiring for signs of water intrusion. If the DTC is not current, clear all DTCs and simulate the effects of water intrusion by using the following procedure:

 1. Spray the suspected area with a 5 percent saltwater solution. To create a 5 percent saltwater solution, add 2 teaspoons of salt to 8 fl oz of water (10 g of salt to 200 ml of water).
 2. Test drive the vehicle over various road surfaces: bumps, turns, etc., above 40 km/h (25 mph) for at least 30 seconds.
 3. Rinse the area thoroughly when completed.
Reference InformationSchematic Reference
Antilock Brake System Schematics



Circuit/System VerificationObserve the scan tool Wheel Speed Sensor parameter. The reading should be the same speed on all sensors when driving in a straight line at a speed greater than 20 km/h (13 mph).

Circuit/System Testing 1. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the EBCM.
 2. Ignition ON, test for less than 1 V between the 12 V reference circuit terminal of the appropriate sensor listed below and ground.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 28
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 17
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 4
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 3
⇒ If greater than the specified range, test the 12 V reference circuit for a short to voltage.
 3. Test for less than 1 V between the signal circuit terminal of the appropriate sensor listed below and ground.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 29
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 6
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 5
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 2
⇒ If greater than the specified range, test the signal circuit for a short to voltage.
 4. Ignition OFF, test for infinite resistance between the 12 V reference terminal of the appropriate sensor circuit listed below and ground.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 28
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 17
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 4
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 3
⇒ If less than the specified value, test the 12 V reference circuit for a short to ground.
 5. Test for infinite resistance between the following signal circuit terminal of the appropriate sensor circuit listed below and ground.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 29
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 6
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 5
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 2
⇒ If less than the specified value, test the signal circuit for a short to ground.
 6. Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the appropriate WSS.
 7. Test for less than 2 Ω between the appropriate 12 V reference circuit terminals listed below.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 28 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal B at the WSS harness connector
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 17 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal B at the WSS harness connector
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 4 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal B at the WSS harness connector
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 3 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal B at the WSS harness connector
⇒ If greater than the specified range, test the 12 V reference circuit for an open or high resistance.
 8. Test for less than 2 Ω between the appropriate signal circuit terminals listed below.
◦Left front sensor circuit terminal 29 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal A at the WSS harness connector
◦Right front sensor circuit terminal 6 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal A at the WSS harness connector
◦Left rear sensor circuit terminal 5 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal A at the WSS harness connector
◦Right rear sensor circuit terminal 2 at the EBCM harness connector, and terminal A at the WSS harness connector
⇒ If greater than the specified range, test the signal circuit for an open or high resistance.
 9. If all circuits test normal, replace the appropriate wheel speed sensor. If the DTC resets, replace the EBCM.
Repair InstructionsPerform the Diagnostic Repair Verification after completing the diagnostic procedure.

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Old 01-10-2014, 12:05 AM   #4
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the problem with most 07 and up gm codes is without the 2 digit descripter such as c1221 00 you will not know what the symtom for the code is.. the descripters tell wether it's an open/short to voltage or ground or high resistance.. also it is a hybrid right??? as that other code only comes up for hybrid system..

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Thanks and yes it is a hybrid. I see the C12E1 mentioned early up in your first post but not sure what it is trying to tell me. I am guessing something caused an erratic reading and it's all cleared up but we will see if it comes on again.

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It's been cold and snowy here for a while....
Cold wet or hot weather may be a key to strange one-time occurrences with much more electronics used in our vehicles.

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... I am guessing something caused an erratic reading and it's all cleared up but we will see if it comes on again.
The fact that this problem appeared out of nowhere and suddenly went away may be due to weather and more electronics that can create unique and sometimes erratic problems. Hopefully this is just a one-time occurrence/hiccup and never returns. Erratic electrical issues, as pointed out by the extensive troubleshooting procedures can be a costly exercise.

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Circuit/System DescriptionThe electronic brake control module (EBCM) monitors the 12 V battery voltage level available for system operation. A high voltage condition prevents the system from operating properly.

Conditions for Running the DTCThe ignition is ON.

Conditions for Setting the DTCC0900 00 or C12E2 00

The EBCM detects that the battery voltage is greater than 16 V





in essence what it is saying is the ebcm(electric brake control module moniters the incomming voltage from the vehicals system so it can use the voltage as it see fit to contrl out puts like the solinoids &dump valves inside..it saw that system voltage comming to it want over 16 vlolts and thats too much for it to handle and would burn up the ebcm as it is desined for lower voltage... so it sets the code as the system is not shure if the current sensor in the ebcm is bad or if the whole chargeinng system was going bad..(if it was you would have more high voltage codes set in the other module likr the hpcm(hybrid powertrain control module) or ecm...that one is a ghost in the machine...foucus on the wss(wheel speed sensor...probably a loose hub bearing or dirty tone ring and pick up

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Cold wet or hot weather may be a key to strange one-time occurrences with much more electronics used in our vehicles.

The fact that this problem appeared out of nowhere and suddenly went away may be due to weather and more electronics that can create unique and sometimes erratic problems. Hopefully this is just a one-time occurrence/hiccup and never returns. Erratic electrical issues, as pointed out by the extensive troubleshooting procedures can be a costly exercise.
Probably so. We had the T/C light come on (as if you manually disabled it) in our 2007 GL recently, completely out of the blue. Hitting the TC button made no difference. We got out and found one of the front wheels completely jammed with snow, probably after driving through the HUGE drift that that built up in front of the garage door - huge as in nearly up to the bottom of the mirrors.

After the snow had finally made its way out of the wheels, the light went away and hasn't returned.

Still happy with the car's performance in the snow. It's really quite good.

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As an update the lights came back on a week or so ago. We put a scanner on the car and drove it and in real time we could see that the LF wheel speed sensor was very erratic. It was reading 0 while the other three were reading something that made sense and then it would fly up to a very high number while the others were still holding. I purchased a new hub assembly instead of trying to just get a new sender and disassembling the hub and then hoping that was the issue after I put it back together. We will see what happens once the hub gets here.
One of the other things that is happening along with this is that it's not going into ECO mode as per the dash display when driving and it's not shutting off at stops like it used to and my wife said it's sucking down the gas. Hopefully this is just a product of the computer thinking she is driving on three wheels or something and it's confused.

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I as well as many members here would like to ask what reader/scanner are you using to display ABS/TC error codes?

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I used just a regular code reader to read the codes but we used a Matco scanner to read the real time data. Probably about a $3000 unit.

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negitive ghost rider the pattern is full the sensor is seperate from the hub on the newer ones.. follow the wire to the sensor pull the 10mm bolt and spray with any lube work back and forth while prying out with a pocket screwdriver..inspect the tip.. these pick up crud and eather wear off the plastic tip exposing the inner sensor or pack up skewing the reading or causeing no reading



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2009 Saturn VUE - AWD | VUE, VUE Hybrid VIN L, Captiva Sport Service Manual | Suspension | Front Suspension | Repair Instructions | Document ID: 2158259
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Front Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement


Front Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement Callout
Component Name

Warning: Refer to Brake Dust Warning.

Preliminary Procedures
 1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle.
 2. Remove the tire and wheel. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation.
 3. Remove the wheel bearing and hub assembly. Refer to Front Wheel Bearing and Hub Replacement.

1
Wheel Speed Sensor Electrical Connector

Procedure

Release the electrical connector from the bracket.


2
Wheel Speed Sensor Bolt

Caution: Refer to Fastener Caution.

Tighten

8 Y (71 lb in)

3
Wheel Speed Sensor

Procedure

Route the wheel speed sensor electrical harness through the splash shield.


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Old 01-25-2014, 12:26 PM   #13
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Understand, we just didn't want to take the hub off to access the sensor and then spend two more hours to redo it if for some reason it wasn't just the sensor but maybe the ring inside the hub so for a few dollars more I bought the whole assembly to make sure we got it on the first try. Now my of 2500 Duramax it was real easy to get to the sensor take the bolt out and file down the base it sat on and clean it real good and get it to work, but it didn't involve doing anything but taking a tire and wheel off.

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Default Re: OBD Codes on 2009

should be basicly the same thing.. use a can of brakleen with a straw or comressed air to clean gunk outa the hole

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