P0004 = Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit High
P0117 = Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Low
P2A00 = O2 Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
U25E5 = ?
B212D = ign run only input circuit open
B1206 = EIC Switch-1 Assembly Circuit Open
B1204 = Fuel Sender Circuit Short To Ground
U1415 = ECM Data missing at Airbag
U1414 = Implausible/missing ECU network configuration data - stored in Airbag module
U0114 = FCAN Malfunction (VTM-4 Control Unit-PCM)
All these codes are generic definitions from google searches, they may or may NOT be the same for a Jeep.
Since you've cleared these codes, have you gone back and scanned again and see which ones have come back since clearing the codes?
But what this is telling me is that you have some serious problems with the electronic engine management, the modules are NOT talking to each other the bus and/or sensors are damaged or their circuits are NOT working correctly.
The B212D is a big one, if the Ignition Run Only Power Input Circuit is Open, then everything that is suppose to run when only the ignition switch is turned to run, will NOT be powered.
Have you gotten an "IOD Fuse Out" message in the EVIC?
Have checked every fuse to make sure you do NOT have any blown fuses? These new type of blade fuses, you can't tell by looking at them while they are inserted in the box, you have to pull them out (using pliers will really speed up the process) and hold them up to the light to see if the metal bridge is burned out. There are more than one fuse boxes in your vehicle, one or two in the engine compartment and another under the dash, there is a little door just above the driver's left foot that you have to open and look up.
If you have no blown fuses, I would look for the fusible link and test it with a multi-meter, replace it if its blown.
BTW, the labels molded into the covers of the Fuse Boxes are incorrect, do NOT refer to the labels on the underside of the cover, use the O.M. or Quick User's Guide in the glove box. There are NO spare fuses held in the fuse box, the label on the underside of the cover is wrong, I and other's have been burned by this, pull a fuse from one spot to replace a burnt fuse in another (regardless if it's labeled spare) will result in another set of equipment NOT running because its lost power from its fuse being pulled.
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Last edited by Mongo; 08-05-2014 at 08:12 AM.