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bacchaito

Ford C-Max Bc Test - Nvm Eeprom Level Fail?

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Does anyone know why I have this error (fail)?
I was google it but all I could find is something about updating BC software?!
I am not sure if I understand right...



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Hi Michael,

IIRC, the issue is due to a bad chip on the instrument cluster, but it doesnt affect the operation of the cluster,

Can you confirm if its misbehaving at all?

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Well, it seems everything is fine but I am litlle worry about my consuption. With city drive I got 7.5 liters. True, I drive only 15km per day but still... (1.6 TDCi 80kw 2009 C-max)

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are you town driving a lot?

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mostly, weekends out of town... but I fill tank to top and make 102km and fill it up with same gas pistol and it fill 7.5 liters pure city drive. It shows me 7.8 on BC...

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you will have to excuse me as I am a Miles Per Gallon man :p

So your getting 7.8 litres per km? if thats right that is our equivelant of 18 MPG which unless your driving your car like a race car is terrible.

When was it last serviced?

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I bought it of my car dealer. Car come from France... This is list of services I get:

Call Garage: Bulb CHG Feb10 - 16.324 km
V20000 Revision / Cabin Filter Jul 10 - 22.857 km
V40000 Bulb CHG / Revision CHG / Cabin Filter CHG / Liquid
Brake CHG / Purge CHG brake / rear brake pads
CHG / Brake pads AV CHG / December 11 - 52.254 km
Call Garage: Fuel Filter CHG Feb-54.498 km12
V60000 Review CHG / Cabin Filter CHG / d air filter CHG Jul 12 - 60.912 km
V80000 various pipe CHG / Revision CHG / Brushes wiper AV CHG Jun 13 - 80.639 km
Call Garage: Fuel Filter CHG December 13 - 94.923 km

I changed air filter before I fill up tank and record 7.5l... Before that my consumption was 9 liters/100km !!!

Right now with my mixed drive (city/open road) consumpion is 6.8l

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OK in which case that translates to our 41.1MPG, to be fair, from a 1.6 TDCI thats not a bad starting point.

I would say the best thing you can do is blank off your EGR valve - that will boost MPG and also give it a good service. Get the oil and its filter changed along with a new air filter.

Like you I had similar mileage, but by the time I did these, I added about 10 - 14 MPG to the total.

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Thx for reply...

I will change oil and filter tomorrrow and see how it's going... Considering EGR valve... I see there is way to clean it, I will do that for begining. If that is not good enough will remove EGR valve.

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to be honest just blank it!

Its an extremely cheap fix and gives new life to the car! makes it more responsive smoother and just a lot better to drive :)

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