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I have now tested my new tool (iCarsoft i930) and get the following codes:
Diesel TD5:
Manifold pressure Circuit fault Logged Low
Inlet air temp Circuit fault Logged Low
Multiplex input Circuit fault Logged Low
1% reference voltage fault Logged Low
Driver demand 3 fault Logged Low
Ambient pressure Circuit fault Logged Low
ABS:
Shuttle valve switch electrical failure

Can anyone help me with theese codes? Is it ok to clear and dive on?
I'd like some explanation of the codes.

Erik
 

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I see that you have received no reply's to your post.
Don't be too disheartened by this because the D2 forum is predominantly populated by American members who tend not to know too much about the Td5 as they are D2 V8 users.
Did your code reader show these faults as (historic).
The SVS fault, if current would illuminate the three amber lights (three amigo's) and if not displaying the lights is not currently an issue.
With regard to the other fault codes. It is quite a while since I last ran a Td5 so I cant be of much help. It may be worth introducing yourself on the disco2boysclub which is a UK based forum where the majority of members drive Td5's and V8's are very much in the minority.
Hope this helps.
Steve.
 

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Thank you Steve!
The 3 Amigos lihgts are on occationaly, and I'm about to do the option B fix.
I Think the "logged low" means that the fault is "historic".
I'm gonna check the UK forums.
regards Erik
 

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Becks:
Good advice from bd473374. You could also check this website; 4x4 Community Forum - Powered by vBulletin who have a LOT of info regarding Td5 engines and fault codes. I have one, belong to this forum, and get heaps of good info from guys who have lots more experience than me.
 
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