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Unhappy Check Engine Light Codes



Alright, I need help.
I recently got a 2005 Grand Cherokee 5.7L with 130k miles and the check engine light came on. I took it to a shop to have it read and these are the codes its throwing.
C107C
U0114
U140E
U0126
P2098
U1411
P0153

It runs and drives perfect. There is no weird noises. Doesn't show any problems when driving. Everything on the car works just fine.
Does anybody have any suggestions? I've had the codes erased and the light comes back on after driving about 50-70 miles.
Does anybody know what could be causing this or if there is something that i should replace?

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Re: Check Engine Light Codes

What did the shop suggest that pulled the codes?
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What did the shop suggest that pulled the codes?
Well it wasnt really a shop. Just a car lot that I stopped at and the guy there had a OBD-II scanner and he told me the codes. He really didn't know since the car doesn't have any symptoms of anything. He thinks it could be one thing wrong making a few codes pop up instead of just one code.
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Re: Check Engine Light Codes

Can you get them cleared and then see what codes get set? some of those might be old codes, which will confuse the diagnosis..

the best I can do decoding them is:
C107C - not in my FSM, but probably a brake-pedal sensor code
U0114 - LOST COMMUNICATION WITH FINAL DRIVE MODULE
U140E - IMPLAUSIBLE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION DATA RECEIVED
U0126 - LOST COMMUNICATION WITH STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
P2098 - DOWNSTREAM FUEL TRIM SYSTEM 2 LEAN
U1411 - IMPLAUSIBLE FUEL VOLUME SIGNAL RECEIVED
P0153 - O2 SENSOR 2/1 SLOW RESPONSE
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Re: Check Engine Light Codes

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Can you get them cleared and then see what codes get set? some of those might be old codes, which will confuse the diagnosis..

the best I can do decoding them is:
C107C - not in my FSM, but probably a brake-pedal sensor code
U0114 - LOST COMMUNICATION WITH FINAL DRIVE MODULE
U140E - IMPLAUSIBLE VEHICLE CONFIGURATION DATA RECEIVED
U0126 - LOST COMMUNICATION WITH STEERING ANGLE SENSOR
P2098 - DOWNSTREAM FUEL TRIM SYSTEM 2 LEAN
U1411 - IMPLAUSIBLE FUEL VOLUME SIGNAL RECEIVED
P0153 - O2 SENSOR 2/1 SLOW RESPONSE
Yes. I'll have them cleared and let you know what comes back up.
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Re: Check Engine Light Codes

I did the DTC report where you turn the key three times and the only codes that pop up are P2098 and U1411.
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