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Received my scanner, Innova 3160, yesterday and found an ABS code hanging in the wings. B2530: "Left rear turn lamp circuit short to battery." It never set a CEL. I think this goes back to the bad circuit boards that I had replaced in '04. Now if I can just get it to give me Tranny Fluid Temp I will be happy. ;)
 

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I think he meant OBD code. Few scanners can read ABS codes because of federal regulations. There are inexpensive dedicated ABS scanners though.

Are you sure about the B2530? I read that as a front fog lamp shorted to ground if the switch is off or shorted to voltage if the switch is on.

If it is B2530, check your fog lamps. If a bulb is out, replace it and it should go away. Otherwise, check for a corroded wire.

If it is simply stored in history, it will go away after 100 start cycles, so perhaps you are correct in that it relates to the circuit board in the tail light, especially if it has not been started/ stopped more than 100 times since the work was done.
 

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I didnt know the Innova could read ABS codes....can it get into the BCM?:undecided

Also, was the B2530 active or stored?
The new 3160 can read ABS and as far as the BCM I do not know. I am on a learing curve.
The fog lamp thing is for some of the small chev's. And it was a stored code. The items I wanted it to do was the live data & freeze frame. Tranny temp. would be nice.
 
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