Cel came on while driving to the mountains. Auto zone along the way pulled this code, can't find a stich of information about it. Anyone had this one pop up?
I can't find it listed anywhere, although a couple of Honda owners have also asked what it is. It is most likely a proprietary code to FCA. You could try clearing it and hope that it doesn't come back..Cel came on while driving to the mountains. Auto zone along the way pulled this code, can't find a stich of information about it. Anyone had this one pop up?
Do you have a list of codes that you could post? I believe that there are some that are proprietary and can't be found on the web yet.Here is the definition from the service manual
P015E-00-EXCESSIVE TIME TO ENTER CLOSED LOOP FUEL TIMING CONTROL
If the code keeps coming back, the fix looks like either a wiring repair to circuit(s) leading to the PCM or PCM replacement.
I didn't find P015E in that list. Maybe I need new glasses?42 Pages of trouble codes with a brief description of each lol
You are correct again, especially when I see two seemingly different, at least to me, explanations that don't correlate with my limited knowledge of engine management systems. But, I am trying to learn, despite people getting tired of my asking too many questions. Perhaps I have watched too many Columbo TV programs..Gene, it doesn't take much to confuse you.
Thanks to you and GDE for posting and for the clarification. That's one more bit of information for the old brain box.GDE is correct. I purposely did not print the whole description given by the service manual because I thought it would be more confusing. Perhaps I was wrong. Here it is:
"P015E-00-EXCESSIVE TIME TO ENTER CLOSED LOOP FUEL TIMING CONTROL
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) monitors the Injector timing controls and the time it takes for them to enter closed loop by using a system called Zero Fuel Control (ZFC) Diagnostics. There are two separate timers to monitor ZFC, a short-term timer and a long-term
timer. The short-term timer measures the length of time it takes to enter closed loop compared to the ZFC diagnostic last run. The long-term timer runs any time it is possible for the closed loop ZFC to be active. The short term timer runs under more stringent conditions when
it is likely that the closed loop ZFC will be active."
The service manual only gives two possible solutions, replacement of the PCM or a wiring repair.
Try clearing the code. It may not come back. The trans issue is likely not related. The ecodiesel is slow to downshift into 1st when stopping. Try hesitating a few seconds after a complete stop and see if it feels normal.My 2015 has had this code since I bought it a month ago. What effect will this actually have on my truck? I have always had this code so I don't know what the truck is like without it. I will say that sometimes when accelerating from a complete stop, the transmission won't shift into first and the engine just revs for a second or two before it "grabs". Could this be related?