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post #1 of 14 Old 12-03-2007, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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Is it batteries?

I have an 03 6.0 and i went out this morning to crank it up and the instrument cluster would light up but nothing happened when i cranked it. My outlook monitor gave me codes : P0407, P0488, P0603, P0360, and V0200. I know most of the P ones have to do with the egr but I can't find what the V one is. Could this be just dead/weak batteries or could it be something else?
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put a jumper on it and see what it does , want hurt to try

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oops i forgot to mention i did that this afternoon and it made no difference
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when you say nothing happened when you cranked it meaning , it spun over or nothing at all

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nothing at all
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the instrument cluster may have taken a dump, ive had to replace a few for similiar symptoms , may have to take it in

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do you think that the batteries are just weak? the cluster isn't going crazy but it is lighting up.
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if you put a jumper on it and didnt make a difference then no

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what do you think it would cost to take it in to get diagnosed?
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every dealer is different , but for the most part most charge at least an hours labor at whatever their labor rate is , is it over 100,000 miles , if not it may be something thats covered

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