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Old 03-06-2017, 04:50 PM   #126
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i am trying this now on a 2005 impreza wrx, its the grey connector with only some of them labeled, I have tried 1 pin in every port and no blinking abs light, any ideas? there is no clear 6 terminal only a 3 and 4 marked but not clear what terminal they are.
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Old 12-19-2017, 06:58 AM   #127
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Yes, I checked the level.

I also started getting the DCCD blinking, the cruise-light blinking, and the speedo stopped working intermittently while on a test-drive yesterday.

My dash looks like it's putting on a freakin' rave show... the only gauges that were working reliably are tach, fuel and temp.

I tried the dccd-code-read test procedure (key on, dccd-manual-open, gas pedal, roll from open to lock many times)... and that produced code 25. I can't find any docs that reference 25 for dccd codes, they seem to stop at 24?..

If anyone has seen issues like this and can steer me in the right direction, that'd be great.

Oh, I hooked up my laptop and ran LearningView on it, and it said I had -no- codes.

So, I'm totally lost now.... car is acting up, ecu claims no stored codes.
2005 STI. Same thing is happening to me. When the car is just on acc/on I have control of the DCCD. Once it starts up, ABS on and then once I get in reverse the DCCD resorts to the flashing green light at the bottom, lose all control of it and the brake light stays on after the E-brake is released.Plus at times my Speedo does the jumping around rave thing too! Checked the connectors/fuses under the hood all look good. Going to check the fuses and connectors under the dash in a few hours. See if it's simply a reverse fuse or if I'll have to go through the process to read these codes.

Great write up, great support from everyone. Trying to avoid a $600 shop visit replacing something I might not even have to. Post back soon.
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Old 12-21-2017, 12:44 PM   #128
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I lucked out, went and checked the fuses inside the car. What do you know... The fuse labeled (Back) that's a 15 was blown. Replaced it and no more panic at the Disco on the dash, DCCD was fully functional, e brake light distinguished when disengaged and I drove two hours and the speedo didn't do anything crazy! Thanks again!
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Old 05-05-2018, 01:15 PM   #129
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I just read the airbag codes on my 2004 WRX. For the record, the pin diagram for the diagnostic connector posted at the beginning of this thread did not match mine. The pin to connect the black/red wire to was the top left (as oriented in the diagram), not the bottom right.

I don't know if this is a model year difference or if the diagram is just incorrect.
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Old 07-29-2018, 07:37 AM   #130
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Default ABS Fault Codes 34 & 41; All Module codes apply

Not all errors lead to a certainty in repair. I'm a large proponent for checking your electrical supply and grounding, and it doesn't only apply to Subarus or a specific type or generation. Its all makes/models.

So rather than retype it all, I will refer readers to this thread's post where I originally put it.

https://www.subaruoutback.org/forums...5-post684.html
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Old 02-13-2019, 02:12 AM   #131
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HI,
I can't find the connector described in my Forester 04.
The only extra jumper leads are attached to the cable that goes to the ABS diag interface for the SSM. The other connectors do not match what is in the photos.
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Old 02-17-2019, 01:22 PM   #132
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Default Abs issue sorry for dragging up old thread.

Any one actually have a pic of the diagnostic port I have found the earth pins but not the port itself

All I can find is 2 back 2 green and a yellow/orange one.
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