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Old 24-11-16, 03:04 PM   #1
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So my Lexia3 kit arrived this morning and I plugged in my old crappy laptop that I undusted and repaired for the process.
I installed PP2000 and done some messing around and ran my first scan for faults.

Would anyone mind having a quick look at the codes and let me know if I'm on the right track with PP2000, please? You know, if any of the fault codes are known issue, things to disregard, or "Sh*t don't drive it until that's fixed".. etc.. :-)

I don't expect anyone to write me an essay or anything, just anything that springs to mind.

And perhaps thoughts on anything else I can do in PP2000, or SHOULDN'T do!.

I'm not totally sure what the previous owner was doing with the car, I wouldn't be surprised if he was using PP2000 too, but I think he removed the DPF and blocked off the egr valve anyway. Would that show up in Peugeot Planet?

Can I, should I, update the BSI?





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So my Lexia3 kit arrived this morning and I plugged in my old crappy laptop that I undusted and repaired for the process.
I installed PP2000 and done some messing around and ran my first scan for faults.

Would anyone mind having a quick look at the codes and let me know if I'm on the right track with PP2000, please? You know, if any of the fault codes are known issue, things to disregard, or "Sh*t don't drive it until that's fixed".. etc.. :-)

I don't expect anyone to write me an essay or anything, just anything that springs to mind.

And perhaps thoughts on anything else I can do in PP2000, or SHOULDN'T do!.

I'm not totally sure what the previous owner was doing with the car, I wouldn't be surprised if he was using PP2000 too, but I think he removed the DPF and blocked off the egr valve anyway. Would that show up in Peugeot Planet?

Can I, should I, update the BSI?





temporary faults could be old fault that have been fixed and the faults not cleared so best thing to go is scan store clear drive then scan again
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Ah yes, that makes sense alright.

The readout turned out pretty much as I was expecting anyway.
Rear bulb is blown, and previous owner said the esp sensor needed to be replaced.

I've learned to take these diagnostics with a pinch of salt since my appliance repair days (washing machines etc..), same setup with plug-in diagnostics. What I mean is it could be a faulty wire, not necessarily something broken.

Time to do some more googling research I think..
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Yep, clear all the faults and see what comes back.

What it tells you is what the computer thinks is wrong. You still have to work out what is actually wrong.

How did you make those printouts?
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Yea, I'll do that, when I get the car back, it started cutting out on me going down the road, and finally wouldn't restart. Grr.. Waiting on AA to deliver it back to my house in the morning. Looks like I'll get my moneys worth out of the Lexia3 package!

For the printouts I just clicked the print button in PP2000, it took me through a 'faxing' rigamarole and when the printout page came up, for sending, I just clicked Save As from the file menu and saved to my desktop.
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