P0622 FORD code

What the P0622 code means. When the PCM (powertrain control module) logs a P0622 trouble code, it’s because it’s detected a problem with the generator field control circuit. The PCM uses the generator turn-on signal circuit to manage the generator.

What is a generator F terminal circuit?

OBD-II Code P0622 is defined as a Generator Field/F Terminal Circuit. The Alternator recharges the Battery when the engine is running. The Alternator is controlled by the engine control module (PCM). If the PCM detects an incorrect signal from the Alternator, the PCM will set code P0622.

What does generator field control mean?

[′jen·ə‚rād·ər ′fēld kən‚trōl] (electricity) Method of regulating the output voltage of a generator by controlling the voltage which excites the field of the generator.

How do I fix code P0621?

What repairs can fix the P0621 code?

  1. Use the OBD-II scanner to check the vehicle.
  2. Reset the codes and then test drive the vehicle to see if the code returns.
  3. They will inspect the wiring and connections.
  4. The mechanic will replace any damaged, corroded, or disconnected wires, connectors, and other components.

How do I fix code P0620?

What repairs can fix the P0620 code?

  1. Replace any wires or other electronic components that are not working correctly.
  2. Replace or repair the generator.
  3. Replace or repair the PCM.

What is a generator field driver?

The Generator field duty cycle signal circuit connects to high side of the field windings in the Generator. A Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) high side driver in the voltage regulator turns the field windings ON and OFF. The PCM uses the PWM signal input to determine the Generator load on the engine.