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#1 coll247

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 06:35 PM

has anyone deleted the dtc code from the self test check or know how to do it. or will it need a diagnostic check from a garage. it comes up with 9202 code (fuel module open circiut) but the car still runs only thing it does is the engine shakes a little at idle. but through the revs its ok the cars done 82000. timing belt done at 78000 could it be if its a tooth out as i got the car afterwards any help would be apprecieted thanx

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 07:19 PM

has anyone deleted the dtc code from the self test check or know how to do it. or will it need a diagnostic check from a garage. it comes up with 9202 code (fuel module open circiut) but the car still runs only thing it does is the engine shakes a little at idle. but through the revs its ok the cars done 82000. timing belt done at 78000 could it be if its a tooth out as i got the car afterwards any help would be apprecieted thanx



If the fuel sender isn't connected it would mean the fuel pump wasn't working? Possibly an old code, possibly a loose/intermittent connection? the codes will clear themselves after a set amount of driving time without the fault alternatively if yoiu have the code for the radio disconnect the battery for 20 mins but when you reconnect start the car and let it sit for around 5 mins not touching the accelerator and let it relearn the idle then take it for a drive at various speeds so the ecu can relearn

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 11:24 PM

If the fuel sender isn't connected it would mean the fuel pump wasn't working? Possibly an old code, possibly a loose/intermittent connection? the codes will clear themselves after a set amount of driving time without the fault alternatively if yoiu have the code for the radio disconnect the battery for 20 mins but when you reconnect start the car and let it sit for around 5 mins not touching the accelerator and let it relearn the idle then take it for a drive at various speeds so the ecu can relearn

all ready dun that mate still the same. dun it a thew times

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 08:48 AM

I assume this is OBDII related, so you should be able to clear the error code with a OBDII scanner (can get them for about 25 or so on ebay)

As a matter of interest, how do you perform a self test check, and where do these "dtc" codes appear? Or are you saying you already have a scanner, and this is where this error code is showing, and the error keeps returning?

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 02:57 PM

I assume this is OBDII related, so you should be able to clear the error code with a OBDII scanner (can get them for about 25 or so on ebay)

As a matter of interest, how do you perform a self test check, and where do these "dtc" codes appear? Or are you saying you already have a scanner, and this is where this error code is showing, and the error keeps returning?

the self test check is pinned at the top of the forum on here its useful the dtc code appears in the tripometer,milage is.have you used one of them scanners whats on ebay ive looked at them thought about getting one will do if they any good

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 04:25 PM

I assume this is OBDII related, so you should be able to clear the error code with a OBDII scanner (can get them for about 25 or so on ebay)

As a matter of interest, how do you perform a self test check, and where do these "dtc" codes appear? Or are you saying you already have a scanner, and this is where this error code is showing, and the error keeps returning?


1. To enter the instrument cluster self-diagnostic mode simultaneously depress and hold the tripmeter reset button then turn the ignition switch to position II or III.
2. Release the tripmeter reset button when TEST is displayed on the LCD. This will take between 5 and 8 seconds.
3. The instrument cluster will enter the gauge sweep test.
4. To navigate to the following tests while in self-diagnostic mode depress the RESET button to move to the next test.
5. The self-test is deactivated when the ignition is turned to the OFF position.

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 04:31 PM

1. To enter the instrument cluster self-diagnostic mode simultaneously depress and hold the tripmeter reset button then turn the ignition switch to position II or III.
2. Release the tripmeter reset button when TEST is displayed on the LCD. This will take between 5 and 8 seconds.
3. The instrument cluster will enter the gauge sweep test.
4. To navigate to the following tests while in self-diagnostic mode depress the RESET button to move to the next test.
5. The self-test is deactivated when the ignition is turned to the OFF position.



ican be an old code most garages can check it for anywhere from 20 quid up and delete the code if it comes back you have an issue

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 11:39 PM

ican be an old code most garages can check it for anywhere from 20 quid up and delete the code if it comes back you have an issue

thanx artscot79 will let you know when ive had it checked

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