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Old 04-02-12, 09:07 PM   #1
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Default fault codes please help

got my diagnostic done today at peugeot

codes are

0571
1521
0340
0100
1138

any help appreciated
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Old 04-02-12, 09:32 PM   #2
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got my diagnostic done today at peugeot

codes are

0571
1521
0340
0100
1138

any help appreciated
P0571 - Generic Brake Switch A Circuit

P1521 - Variable intake solenoid #1 circuit malfunction
EDC15C2-Clutch sensor

P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction
EDC15C2 - Crankshaft synchronisation

P0100 - Mass or Volume Air flow Circuit Malfunction
EDC15C2 - Flow sensor signal. Open circuit or short to earth / short to positive

P1138 - High pressure rail sensor fault / Lack of HO2S 2 switching - Sensor indicates rich
EDC15C2 - Fuel pressure. Stop requested but regulator still active.
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omg they sound bad and i suppose expensive
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Did they clear codes first then reread or just read?
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not sure why would that make a difference
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The difference I think Betty is getting at is that you can get open circuit codes from temporarily disconnecting something. e.g. if you disconnect the MAF then re-connect it it will show the code you have. If you clear the codes first and see what comes back you will know that any faults showing are current.
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Its worth noting that Haynes recommend a battery disconnect and BSI reset if disconnecting the MAF.

As for sounding expensive, a brake switch and new MAF sensor aren't much. I know some people speak against cheap Ebay ones but I bought one for my 51 plate 307 HDI 90 for 35 and it worked perfectly.

Mine had a broken wire. I removed the MAF sensor and took a close look and you could see the break.
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