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refdt
Just done a test mode on my focus and came up with loads of stuff can list the lot if needed but just thought these two looked more important.
Nvm eeprom lvl then keeps flashing up 0001 fail
Then dtc or dct #01 e199.
Can anyone tell me what they mean and have I got anything to worry about.
Tanks
Stoney871
E199 (U2199) Invalid data for engine coolant temperature (InvalidCAN message)

http://fordwiki.co.uk/index.php/Instrument_Cluster_Self-Diagnostic_Mode
refdt
Thanks for the reply stoney.
Sorry but witout sounding dumb what dose that mean.
Is it a quick fix.
ajt

Suggest you make a note of the codes, then clear them. Give it a week and read them again, see which ones come back. What code reader are you using?

Stoney871

Thanks for the reply stoney.
Sorry but witout sounding dumb what dose that mean.
Is it a quick fix.


A lot of codes shown on the dash come from pre-installation diagnostics carried out when the modules are programmed and tested (on a bench with no sensors attached).
The codes are usually listed as Ford don't always clear them before installing into a car.
Reset the ones you have now and check again in a day or two.
refdt
I dont have a code reader.
Just used the test mode on the car.
I'm just wondering if this is related to my cooling fan which keeps coming on every now and then even though the temp gauge is dead center or just a bit before.
I have also noticed it gave me the engine temperature which said 108c but my gauge only showed about 75 yet on the test it showed the dials to be working just fine.
refdt
Think the best bet is like you both said get the codes wiped and see if any return.
But if anyone can shed any light on them it would be very much appreciated.
Thanks
artscot79
The dial shows coolant temp the diagnostics shows cylinder head temp
refdt
So are you saying that I my have a problem or is it all normal.
Sorry just a bit new to all this.
Slowly getting there but you have to start somewhere.
artscot79
No problem what im saying is the gauge gives you the temperature of the coolant the dash test shows the temperature of the cylinder head so no need to worry about it
refdt
Cheers thanks.
One less thing to worry about lol.


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