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hi all, wondering weather anyone can help me i have a 2004 307 1.6 hdi and have got anti pollution fault message and fault codes, p0098, p0103, p0489, p1351 undocumented, p1435 undocumented, p2408 undocumented any help will be appreciated its driving me mad:cursing: no power hard to start nightmare, many thanks, bubble.
 

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hi all, wondering weather anyone can help me i have a 2004 307 1.6 hdi and have got anti pollution fault message and fault codes, p0098, p0103, p0489, p1351 undocumented, p1435 undocumented, p2408 undocumented any help will be appreciated its driving me mad:cursing: no power hard to start nightmare, many thanks, bubble.

P0098 Generic Intake Air Temperature Sensor 2 Circuit High Input

P0103 Generic Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input

P0489 Generic Exhaust Gas Recirculation Control Circuit Low

P1351 IDM input circuit Malfunction/Ignition coil control circuit High voltage
SID 803/EDC16C3 - Pre/Post heating relay circuit. Relay not controlled and glow plugs supplied.


P1435 A/C Refrigerant temperature circuit Range/Performance.
EDC15C2 - Additive adding system. Faults additive accuracy.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Fuel gauge fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Low additive level sensor fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Fuel filler cap present sensor fault.
EDC15C2 - Additive system. Faults additive pump.
EDC16C3 - Additive system. Value received by the CAN network incorrect.


P2408 Generic Fuel Cap Sensor/Switch Circuit
 

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thank you for your quick reply do you think it could be a faulty ecu? any thing you could think it might be? thanks
 

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Wouldn`t think ecu , i would go through them , that filler cap one as far as i know is an easy fix if you search this site,

this one could with help with starting if fixed coil pack, relay or glow plug not sure which one though-

P1351 IDM input circuit Malfunction/Ignition coil control circuit High voltage
SID 803/EDC16C3 - Pre/Post heating relay circuit. Relay not controlled and glow plugs supplied.

mass air flow meter might be on the way out , try disconnecting it to see if any difference

have you a local garage ? what was this read with ?
 

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i have diagnostics with live data the reading for air flow stays at 15.68 all the time plugged or unplugged idle or revving it, intake air temp sensor seems to work gradually goes up
 

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bubblehead85 said:
hi all, wondering weather anyone can help me i have a 2004 307 1.6 hdi and have got anti pollution fault message and fault codes, p0098, p0103, p0489, p1351 undocumented, p1435 undocumented, p2408 undocumented any help will be appreciated its driving me mad:cursing: no power hard to start nightmare, many thanks, bubble.
with so many faults and especially fuel gauge i would have thought a bad earth somwere ie high readings imbalance on fuel gauge .:)
 

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hello again, still having no joy with this pug took engine loom out of car yesterday and traced all wires back to ecu with no problems thought i had found the problem with afm plug pin 4 but tracing it down the loom found it went to 4 different wires anyway, re-fitted loom still got problems no power, anti pollution warning, management light, black smoke, got some more data now

P0103 Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input
P0113 Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input
P1351 Undocumented trouble code description
P2408 Undocumented trouble code description



Freeze Frame (Frame 0) for DTC P0103
Air Flow Rate From Mass Air Flow Sensor: 15.58 lb/min Calculated Load: 50 %
Coolant Temperature: 61 F Engine RPM: 797 r/min
Intake Air Temperature: 64 F Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure: 28.9 in.hg

with afm disconnected, ignition on using a multimeter, chassis earth
plug pin no.
1: 5.00v
2: 0.01v
4: 7.69v
5: 6.77v
does that sound about the right voltages from ecu or is that the right way of testing it? many thanks, bubbs.
 
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