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    This is a discussion on Flashing Odometer, B2204 - ECU Configuration Mismatch within the Dodge Dart Electronics forums, part of the Dodge Dart Garage - The Mopar Zone category; Look under AMPLIFIER (AMP), Base Diagnosis and Testing That code is not listed but there are similar codes B14***with open circuits....

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      Look under AMPLIFIER (AMP), Base Diagnosis and Testing

      That code is not listed but there are similar codes B14***with open circuits.
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      The FSM Diagnostics goes from Channel 10 to Channel 12, skipping Chanel 11. You should be able to find that description for another channel like:
      B1460-13-CHANNEL 1 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B1465-13-CHANNEL 2 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B146A-13-CHANNEL 3 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B146F-13-CHANNEL 4 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B1474-13-CHANNEL 5 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B1479-13-CHANNEL 6 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B147E-13-CHANNEL 7 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B1483-13-CHANNEL 8 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B14B9-13-CHANNEL 9 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B14BE-13-CHANNEL 10 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      B14C8-13-CHANNEL 12 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN

      Just need to figure out which speaker is controlled by Channel 11
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      Quote Originally Posted by alpinegreenneon View Post
      The FSM Diagnostics goes from Channel 10 to Channel 12, skipping Chanel 11. You should be able to find that description for another channel like:
      B14C8-13-CHANNEL 12 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN
      Ok, so since channel 11 isn't in the repair manual, I figured I would go through all the channels and see which one it could be.

      Driver Dash Speaker is Channel 1
      Center Dash Speaker is Channel 10
      Passenger Dash Speaker is Channel 2
      Front Driver Door Speaker is Channel 3
      Front Passenger Door Speaker is Channel 4
      Rear Driver Door Speaker is Channel 9
      Rear Passenger Door Speaker is Channel 12
      Driver Trunk Speaker is Channel 5
      Subwoofer is Channel 7 (Channel 8 is also called "Subwoofer 2", but as far as I know there is no second subwoofer)
      Passenger Trunk Speaker is Channel 6
      Channel 11 is unknown as all the speakers are located on other channels...

      I am going to try and clear the dcn in the amp tomorrow. I tried to tonight but judging by the repair manual I didnt do it the right way. When the guide says to "turn the ignition on" does that just mean to turn it to run or to turn the engine on?
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      Found this in the Ram FSM. The Ram does not have a channel 12. There are two amplifiers available, an 8 channel, rated at 322 watts (7 channels are used) and a 12 channel (11 channels are used), rated at 506 watts. The Dart tweeters are on the instrument panel so it's not the same.
      The ON position is the same as RUN.
      Have you tried to listen at each speaker position to see if there is sound. If it has an open, there should be no sound.

      28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics / AMPLIFIER (AMP)/ Diagnosis and Testing

      B14C3-13-CHANNEL 11 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN


      •When Monitored:
      Amplifier Bus wake-up. Amplifier reset with scan tool.

      •Set Condition:
      The Amplifier detects an open condition on the speaker output circuit.


      Possible Causes

      RIGHT REAR TWEETER SPEAKER (+) CIRCUIT OPEN
      RIGHT REAR TWEETER SPEAKER (-) CIRCUIT OPEN
      RIGHT REAR TWEETER SPEAKER
      AMPLIFIER


      1.CHECK FOR AN INTERMITTENT CONDITION

      1. Turn the ignition on.

      2. With the scan tool, record and erase the Amplifier DTCs.

      3. Cycle the ignition switch from on to off, wait five seconds and then back to on.

      4. Turn the Radio on and set the volume to 20.

      5. Adjust the speakers to the front and center.

      6. With the scan tool, read the active Amplifier DTCs.

      Does the scan tool display active: B14C3-13-CHANNEL 11 AUDIO SPEAKER OUTPUT - CIRCUIT OPEN?

      Yes

      •Go To 2

      No

      •Test complete, the condition or conditions that originally set this DTC are not present at this time. Using the wiring diagrams as a guide, check all related splices and connectors for signs of water intrusion, corrosion, pushed out or bent terminals and correct pin tension.
      •Perform the BODY VERIFICATION TEST. (Refer to 28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics/MODULE, Body Control (BCM) /Standard Procedure).



      2.CHECK THE OPERATION OF THE RIGHT REAR SPEAKER

      1. Turn the ignition off.

      2. Disconnect the Right Rear Speaker harness connector.

      3. Turn the ignition on.

      4. Turn the radio on and turn the volume to 25.

      5. Adjust the speakers to the rear and center.

      6. With a voltmeter set to read in A/C voltage, measure the voltage of the Right Rear Speaker circuits in the Right Rear Speaker harness connector.

      Is the voltage present greater than 1 volt?

      Yes

      •Replace the Right Rear Speaker in accordance with the Service Information.
      •Perform the BODY VERIFICATION TEST. (Refer to 28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics/MODULE, Body Control (BCM) /Standard Procedure).

      No

      •Go To 3



      3.CHECK THE (X305) RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (+) CIRCUIT FOR AN OPEN

      1. Turn the ignition off.

      2. Disconnect the Amplifier C2 harness connector.

      3. Measure the resistance of the (X305) Right Rear Speaker (+) circuit between the Amplifier C2 harness connector and the Right Rear Speaker harness connector.

      Is the resistance below 2.0 Ohms?

      Yes

      •Go To 4

      No

      •Repair the (X305) Right Rear Speaker (+) circuit for an open.
      •Perform the BODY VERIFICATION TEST. (Refer to 28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics/MODULE, Body Control (BCM) /Standard Procedure).



      4.CHECK THE (X395) RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (-) CIRCUIT FOR AN OPEN

      1. Turn the ignition off.

      2. Disconnect the Amplifier C2 harness connector.

      3. Measure the resistance of the (X395) Right Rear Speaker (-) circuit between the Amplifier C2 harness connector and the Right Rear Speaker harness connector.

      Is the resistance below 2.0 Ohms?

      Yes

      •Replace the Amplifier in accordance with the Service Information.
      •Perform the BODY VERIFICATION TEST. (Refer to 28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics/MODULE, Body Control (BCM) /Standard Procedure).

      No

      •Repair the (X395) Right Rear Speaker (-) circuit for an open.
      •Perform the BODY VERIFICATION TEST. (Refer to 28 - DTC-Based Diagnostics/MODULE, Body Control (BCM) /Standard Procedure).
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      Ok, so the only option now is to rip apart my glovebox to see my amp and see exactly what channel 11 is even connected to...

      After following the procedure mentioned in the service repair manual to remove the error code from my amp, I was able to successfully remove it, but after turning the car on and off a couple times it had reset itself and came back, which confirms the code isnt just being thrown for no reason.

      I just now decided to check all the channels and my speakers and make sure everything is working correctly. I followed my guide above and alfaobd has a function that will mute a channel on the amp until the car is reset. I went around to every speaker, listened to it to make sure it has audio coming out of it, and why my ear is to the speaker I muted it and heard it go out. The only thing that really helped was it confirmed channel 7 and 8 are not made for 2 seperate subwoofers, both channels run to the 1 sub, and muting 1 of those channels only mutes part of the audio coming from the sub, which would mean 11 channels are used, and channel 11 is still unconfirmed to run to anything. After all 11 other channels were muted I had my volume maxed out and nothing was coming out of channel 11... but it wouldn't anyway if the circuit is open 😅 I will be taking apart my glovebox to get to my amp during the weekend, not sure if I wanna start tonight or not... i will let you know if i find anything out doing so.

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      I have removed a glovebox at the junkyard. It's not too difficult, just need to find all the screws. You have the manual, so you should be able to figure it out. The STAR connectors under the glove box slide to one side and unclip. Be careful not to break the clips that are attached to the bottom of the glove box.

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      Quote Originally Posted by alpinegreenneon View Post
      I have removed a glovebox at the junkyard. It's not too difficult, just need to find all the screws. You have the manual, so you should be able to figure it out. The STAR connectors under the glove box slide to one side and unclip. Be careful not to break the clips that are attached to the bottom of the glove box.

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      I can not seem to figure out where this is located... I'm small enough to be able to fit myself right under there and see everything under the glove box, but I can not figure out what this is even an illustration of...
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      You should see the STAR connectors after you remove the hush panel. There are a couple you tube video about removing a glove box on a Dart, but those are not following the FSM and a little destructive actually. But they give you an idea where the screws are.
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      Quote Originally Posted by LuciliaePrincess View Post
      I can not seem to figure out where this is located... I'm small enough to be able to fit myself right under there and see everything under the glove box, but I can not figure out what this is even an illustration of...
      I think there is also pictures of removing the glove box in the electrical wiki section.

     

     
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