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Unread 02-10-2013, 01:35 PM   #1
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C2204 - Dynamic (yaw) Sensor

My jeep has code C2204 stored (Dynamic Sensor Interior) and the ESP BAS and traction control lights on. The wheel sensors look ok and the wheel is straight. My trusted mechanic says the sensor is showing a reading of -2 G (or maybe -0.2, I forget). He tipped the Jeep in different directions with his lift, but the sensor remained at the same reading no matter what. I'm assuming that means that the sensor is bad and should be replaced. Does that sound correct? Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Sounds like a stuck sensor to me....if he has the stuff to measure that info, I would tend to believe him until proven otherwise.
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Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Anybody know if that sensor is just a simple swap or if it needs some sort of calibration?
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My jeep has code C2204 stored (Dynamic Sensor Interior) and the ESP BAS and traction control lights on. The wheel sensors look ok and the wheel is straight. My trusted mechanic says the sensor is showing a reading of -2 G (or maybe -0.2, I forget). He tipped the Jeep in different directions with his lift, but the sensor remained at the same reading no matter what. I'm assuming that means that the sensor is bad and should be replaced. Does that sound correct? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Tipping the jeep without motion may not simulate a real world test. I would think this sensor works with others that record wheel speed, engine speed,... Etc... Just my $.02
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Tipping the jeep without motion may not simulate a real world test. I would think this sensor works with others that record wheel speed, engine speed,... Etc... Just my $.02
Yeah I was thinking about that also. That's why I'm still seeking feedback. I've seen lots of posts on here about the ESP/BAS & Traction control lights, but nobody seems to be mentioning code C2204 being stored in conjunction, so that's why I'm trying to see if I have more going on than just the usual suspects.
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