B1676 on 2015 Fleetwood Southwind with a ford v10

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Model
Southwind
Year
2015
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20,000
Engine
ford v10
I have a 2015 Fleetwood Southwind with a ford v10. I got code b1676. No warning lights illuminated just did a check with my obd2 reader and this code came up. Where is the control pump/module? Or should i look at something else..BTW i am not a mechanic.
 

grcauto

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Why did you check it? What scan tool?
 

grcauto

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I do not know what kind of reader you have. It reads codes. What brand? You ought to invest in a scan tool rather than a very very limited code reader. They are near useless.
 
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I appreciate you respondin but i dont inderstand why youj so concerned about my FIXD scanner and reader instead of the [problem which has been verified.
 

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I appreciate you respondin but i dont inderstand why youj so concerned about my FIXD scanner and reader instead of the [problem which has been verified.
What do you mean verified. I thought it is running fine and no lights. Are you having driveability issues? The reason I'm so skeptical about that code is it is for EV and not gas.
 

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Check ( remove and clean) all the cables and fuses, sometimes a fix is as simple as removal and replacement of a fuse.

OBD II fault code B1676 is a manufacturer-specific trouble code.

“Battery Pack Voltage out Of Range”, and is set when the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) detects an abnormal battery voltage.

Code B1676 is a good example of how some codes have ambiguous meanings; on the surface, code B1676 appears to be related to low battery voltages on the vehicle possibly in the ABS braking systems.
 
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