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Old 24-06-19, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Tons of Fault Codes

P1598 P1198 "replaced the fuel flow regulator" same issue.
P0181 U1118 U1693
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Pah; I've seen a C6 into double digit fault codes.

I don't know what those are off hand and I can't be arsed putting them into Google.

Usual points:
* Diagbox/PP2K is preferable
* Clear them and see what comes back.

Low fuel flow and pressure can be caused by an old fuel filter. Twice the serviced interval was enough for me to get cut-outs.
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Hi...does the car drives as it should...or have you just found some fault codes and are concerned...as above clear them and see what comes back....they may be historic codes or perhaps an engine stall could throw them up
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U codes are network codes basically no communication between modules but can also come up with low voltage these will no doubt be symptoms not faults.

I too cannot be bothered googling codes my bet is wiring/poor battery/historic

Telling us your ACTUAL symptoms is actually more useful than reading codes
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Old 28-06-19, 12:40 PM   #5
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You nesr anybody to clear them on planet for you ?

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