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#1 Renegadeshania

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 12:19 AM

Hi All

 

Ive got the dreaded Flashing Glow Plug Light coming on if i boot it past 3000rpm in 3rd gear. If the car is warmed up i can just turn it off and the light goes off until i go over 3000 in 3rd :wacko:

I have bought a

Ford Super F MK 2 Fault Code Scanner

and put it on the obd ii port the car is a 2005 euro 4 2.0 tdci Mondeo . I read the DTC and it comes up with

 

P1000 ODB systems readiness test not complete

P132BFINEDDTC

 

The Live Data is as follows

 

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The Second pic is after the Glow plug light is flashing the EGRp reads 0 and doesnt change.

 

Any Help greatly appreciated thanks Steve :)



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#2 jeebowhite

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Posted 08 March 2014 - 09:02 AM

Sounds like the egr valve might need a clear out!

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#3 BigD

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 11:19 AM

That error code means the turbo vanes/actuator are stuck.  The turbo either needs replacing, or completely stripping and cleaning.

 

I don't recommend replacing it, as there's nothing wrong with the turbo that a good clean won't fix, and it'll only happen again over time anyway even with a new turbo.  Plus, cleaning it is much cheaper.  I had a mechanic mate sort mine - took him most of the day and he charged me £200.  So I'd expect a repair bill of at least that amount.

 

Keep your RPM under 2k until you've got it sorted, otherwise you'll bust the actuator.

 

Oh, by the way - you can ignore the P1000 code as it isn't a fault code as such.  You'll see it quite often.  Not 100% sure exactly what it does mean, but the bottom line is there's nothing wrong if that's the only code you've got.



#4 Renegadeshania

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 11:49 AM

Thanks for that BigD im going to drop the cat and do the mr muscle trick when it gets a little warmer :D




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