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Old 03-08-2010, 02:31 AM
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3 errors codes

So I haven't used my car for the last week. I had removed the gauges cluster to create a new overlay but when I installed back everything, I have 3 codes:

P1211
P1001
P0462

All at the same time after not using the car for a few days. I checked on the web... The first one seems to refer to the ABS/TCS module and the last to the fuel sensor. I didn't found anything about the one in the middle. I think this may be in link with the fact I disconnect the cluster but everything is well connected so any clue ?

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Old 03-08-2010, 03:08 AM
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Did ya disconnect the battery before you remove the gauge cluster? Try disconnecting the battery for 15 minutes then reconnect it, and the codes should reset.
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No I didn't disconnect the battery... also the car refused to start after leaving the lights on for around 5 minutes (with the fogs). I waited for another 5 minutes and it finally started. If I didn't disconnected the battery, may I have damaged the ECU by disconnecting/reconnecting the cluster ?

Also, I tought that checking the codes with the "key-on + 3 seconds + 5 floor gas + 7 seconds + floor for 10 seconds" is supposed to reset codes. I am right ?

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Old 03-08-2010, 03:30 AM
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No the ECU just thinks there was some kinda failer in the system. Try disconnecting the battery.
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I didn't know I have to floor the gaz during 10 seconds to clean codes while in SES codes mode. Easier than disconnecting the battery (even if disconnecting is easy too )

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