disconnected with engine running p2006002 B178 Charge air temperature sensor short circuit to positive or open P2013 cause 4715573718893 Charcol canister shut-off valve leaking P2016 Self adaptation of mixture formation from bank12 of cylinder is at P2085 maxmin limit at part throttle P2017 Self adaptation of mixture formation from bank12 of cylinder is at P2086 maxmin limit at idle speed P2025 fault
You do need to tell us the model and where you are for more help - I dont know your model with the turbo (kompressor) but they are not SAI faults P2004 Mercedes-Benz Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Open Bank 1 p2006 Mercedes-Benz Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Closed Bank 1 P2036 Mercedes-Benz Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit High Bank 2 Sensor 2 looks like you have a problem with
HI Hanni I dont know your particular model as we dont have it here in the states but the mercedes codes for those faults are the ones I posted up above. Do you know where whoever wrote the codes down got them can you ask them what sort of code reader they used. I did a double check for 2001 e class codes and the ones I posted came up as the only ones. if the ones I have are right them you probably
Actually no i havent. I cant imagine every speed sensor would go bad and it would throw a ABS module fault code.
(previously it goes all the way to 6000revsmin and then the electronic limiter or whatever limits it.) The vacuum lines appear intact and so suspicion fell on the MAF sensor. however when i attempted to change it (with a new bosch maf) the performance actually worsened. so i replaced the old maf and now it doesnt go into limp mode but does not have maximum power. I used carsoft to erase all faults
Just to update you car was back in garage today (Merc main dealer) and they read the codes - P2036 again and p2006 stored. They now say that they have to replace the secondary air flap to see if that is the problem. The valve at the back of the head has also been replaced but no difference. Mechanic was aware of the dry solder problem that they suffer with but said mine was OK. Anyone know what this
transmission limp home due to under voltage P1634 transmission limp home due to under voltage P1636 transmission limp home due to under voltage P1747 Electronic Gear Selector Module Defective Interaction of CAN with control unit A1 (instrument cluster) P1750 Electronic Gear Selector Module Very low control unit supply voltage P1831 Transfer case Position motor position sensor power supply is faulty
maxmin limit at part throttle P2017 Self adaptation of mixture formation from bank12 of cylinder is at P2086 maxmin limit at idle speed P2031 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P2032 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P2033 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 2) P2039 Oil level sensor If all three set in M112M113 cablewiring fault
p2006 is an intake air temperature sensor failure. You do need to get this fixed. On trick to test the coils packs is to swap them with one that isnt throwing a code to see if the fault stays with the cylinder or the coil.
Quote Originally Posted by 300DFan I saw your post with the VIN and trouble codes at the other site and I have to question the diagnosis of a balance shaft failure. First your engine serial number is not in the range where that type of failure would be expected nor are the codes what are normally seen. Id strongly suggest you get a second opinion on that. You are correct 300DFan. I usually dont often follow the MBWorld W203 forum but after you posted this I checked and I see that Evans car is beyond the range for balance shaft problems. Evan Unless you are getting DTCs 1200 andor 1208 (i.e. P0017P0016) you DO NOT have balance shaft problems. P0025 is DTC 0064 which is a cam sensor magnet problem. This is an easy DIY (or less than two hours of labor) and about 120 in parts for all four. Do this and you are good to go. p2006 is a tumble flap problem but like I said these can sometimes be repaired without replacing the manifold. If not a new manifold can be had for around 800 (see parts.com). And the job is just a few hours (or DIY of you are so inclinedcapable). The P0717 error is just an indication of a transmission fault. Youll need to get the TCU codes pulled with SDS to know the actual problem.
Quote Originally Posted by RayDog26 P2251 P0401 P0126 p2006 P0131 P2251 P0030 Clear DTCs run and rescan. My biggest concern would be the coolant temptstat code and Intake runner. Once those are addressed id chase the O2 sensor codes(Those could all be cause by the faulty IMR). I see your listed mods No tune
The 4807H is for the p2006 code and faulty swirl valve... httpwww.o-m-g-w-t-f.comstuffMazdaspeed64807h.pdf The 4907H one is a EmissionsOBDII compliance recall... httpwww.o-m-g-w-t-f.comstuffMazdaspeed64907h.pdf As far as going back to stock...it really depends on the dealer. The first recall requires the replacement of a valve which would take them under the hood but the second is just a flash. I doubt
cats and don&39t have to have your car possibly castrated . I say possibly cause I&39ve heard that the loss is not noticeable but we will see. I wish I had a DH to log the change from getting this done. I think I&39ll be taking some mods off this weekend and making an appointment for the recall funny thing is that DMV is only requiring me to do the 4807H (The 4807H is for the p2006 code and faulty