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Hello,

I have a 2013 Chevy Cruze. I recently got a Hum from Verizon because my check engine light was on, and I was thinking it would be a convenient way to monitor what was up. Well, since hooking it up, it has detected 9 seperate trouble codes. They are:

P00C3
P361B
P0004
P0001
P001B
P0324
P0325
C2205
B0040

I'm wondering if something else is going on here. Maybe something with the computer of my car, like the ECM? Surely there can't be this many things wrong with my car? It's got about 80,000 miles on it. Mostly highway driving.

Please help. Thanks!
 

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Without looking up the codes, I'd suggest having the battery ground cable replaced. There's a known problem with the factory cables in that the crimp was bad and it can cause all kinds of electrical gremlins.
 

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I'f youre in the US or CAN Id suggest you get a scan with a different scan tool. Besides the P0324, P0325, none of those codes will be set by a 2013 North American Cruze. Or really any other 2013 NA GM car for that matter.
 

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Start with https://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/25-...al-coverage-14311-negative-battery-cable.html and then clear the codes. If they come back then start with the first code to be displayed.
First thing that needs to be done is to find out the real DTCs the car has stored, with a dedicated scan tool. The car doesn't set those codes. I'd wager the Hum module has a software glitch, or something is getting corrupted by the module itself, or in its transmission to Verizon HQ. One more reason not to use aftermarket components that can send data like this. It'll be great when OBD3 gives you a citation or puts your car in limp mode for a load of DTCs that aren't really there.
 

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Okay. Thanks guys. I will try getting scanned by a different scanner first. Then I'll have the battery cable checked out.

I totally spaced out and forgot to mention that is get a couple warning lights, indicators while I'm driving. The first says service air bag, then one says service tire monitoring system, and the last one is service anti theft system.

That's why I thought it might be the ECM. I would like it much better if it was just a battery cable though. How hard are those to replace?
 
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