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Old 02-15-2013, 05:10 AM
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EDGE CTS is giving me a P0232 secondary fuel pump circut high??

I check my EDGE CTS every so often for trouble codes and the other day one popped up, a P0232 code for secondary fuel pump circut high. Any thoughts as to what this could be or mean? I have a Airdog II and have had to replace the wiring harness once already in just over a year due to it burning out and not sure if this is related or could be showing signs of it happening again. Any help would be great.
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:41 PM
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well that code is caused by high resistance somewhere in the circuits. If the air dog has a similar internal resistance to the HFCM then the code won't set. BUT if it's melted the wires before it could be happening again.
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well that code is caused by high resistance somewhere in the circuits. If the air dog has a similar internal resistance to the HFCM then the code won't set. BUT if it's melted the wires before it could be happening again.
I spoke to my mechanic who did all my head studs and found and replaced the first burnt out motor in my AD2 and he said same thing. I am not pushing any high volume fuel, high HP or towing a lot so I may just go back to stock fuel pump till I can find a good replacement that works as it should.
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