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Old 01-15-08, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Help With Codes: C0236, C1252 And, C1256

Can anyone tell me what these codes mean? Code C0236, C1252 and, C1256. I did a search and was unable to find anything. I have a 98' GS300, just incase that info is needed.
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i only have the C0236....maybe someone else can add it

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DTC C0236 Rear Wheel Speed Signal Circuit Missing

DTC C1252 LF Normal Force Malfunction

DTC C1256 EBCM Internal Malfunction
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DTC C0236 Rear Wheel Speed Signal Circuit Missing

DTC C1252 LF Normal Force Malfunction

DTC C1256 EBCM Internal Malfunction

Does anyone know anything about these? Like what to repalce or where the part is located? (C0236) this one I understand. The master cylinder needs to be replaced. I'm lost on the other three. Sounds like I'm in alot of trouble...
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I think EBCM has something do with the brakes? Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I tried to search for you but no results.
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I'm going thru same issues, today I got codes:
C0226, c0236, c0246, c0256 c1252....


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