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Old 13th September 2010, 11:41 AM
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LIST OF FAULT CODES

As i have had a very ruff time of late with faults causing engiine to stop to go in limp mode and to completly cut out not even nanocom can get in

so lots of searching has been done and mainly from european site and many languages to get through anyway i have come across some real valuable stuff i will start with all the codes a TD5 engine will produce there are also a forum in Holland which is breaking down the faults to what could cause them which is very handy

ALWAYS REMEMBER THESE FAULTS CAN HAVE MANY REASONS FOR THEM BEEN THROWN THESE ARE MY AND OTHER MEMBERS EXPERIENCES FAILED ECU CAN THROW ALL THESE FAULTS FOR NO REASON TO.
1-1 cruise control lamp drive over temperature (current)
1-2 fuel used output drive over temperature (current)
1-3 radiator fan drive over temperature (current)
1-4 active engine mounting over temperature (current)
1-5 turbocharger wastegate short circuit (current) ------wastegate faulty or lines to waste gate not conneted
1-6 EGR inlet throttle short circuit (current)
1-7 EGR vacuum modulator short circuit (current)
2-1 inlet air temperature circuit (logged)
2-2 fuel temperature circuit (logged)
2-3 coolant temperature circuit (logged)
2-4 battery volts (logged) -------
2-5 reference voltage (logged)
2-6 ambient air temperature circuit (logged)
2-7 driver demand supply problem (logged)
2-8 ambient pressure circuit (logged)
3-5 driver demand problem 1 (current)
3-6 driver demand problem 2 (current)
3-7 air flow circuit (current)-------moisture in airflow inlet /dirty
4-1 inlet air temperature circuit (current)
4-3 coolant temperature circuit (current)
4-4 battery volts (current)
4-5 reference voltage (current)
4-7 driver demand supply problem (current)
5-5 driver demand problem 1 (current)
5-6 driver demand problem 2 (current)
5-7 air flow circuit (current)----check all connection to air flow box sensors MAF check condition of air filter
6-1 inlet air temperature circuit (current)
6-3 coolant temperature circuit (current)
6-4 battery voltage problem (current)
6-5 reference voltage (current)
6-7 driver demand supply problem (current)
7-1 cruise lamp drive over temperature (logged)
7-2 fuel used output drive over temperature (logged)
7-3 radiator fan drive over temperature (logged)
7-4 active engine mounting over temperature (logged)
7-5 turbocharger wastegate short circuit (logged)
7-6 EGR inlet throttle short circuit (logged)
7-7 EGR vacuum modulator short circuit (logged)
8-1 air conditioning fan drive over temperature (logged)
8-2 fuel pump drive over temperature (logged)
8-3 tacho drive over temperature (logged)
8-4 gearbox/abs drive over temperature (logged)
8-5 air conditioning clutch over temperature (logged)
8-6 mil lamp drive over temperature (logged)-----quite often logged when fault28-7 is logged
8-7 glow plug relay drive over temperature (logged)-----quite often logged when fault28-7 is logged
9-1 fuel used output drive open load (logged)
9-2 cruise lamp drive open load (logged)
9-3 radiator fan drive open load (logged)
9-4 active engine mounting open load (logged)
9-5 turbocharger wastegate open load (logged)----check for voltage to wastegate switch or check on nanocom what reading are been displayed under wastegate
9-6 EGR inlett throttle open load (logged)
9-7 EGR vacuum modulator open load (logged)
10-1 air conditioning fan drive open load (logged)
10-2 fuel pump drive open load (logged)
10-3 tachometer open load (logged)
10-4 gearbox/abs drive open load (logged)
10-5 air conditioning clutch open load (logged)
10-6 mil lamp drive open load (logged)
10-7 glow plug lamp drive open load (logged)
10-8 glow plug relay drive open load (logged)
12-1 air conditioning fan drive open load (current)
12-2 fuel pump drive open load (current)
12-3 tachometer open load (current)
12-4 gearbox/abs drive open load (current)
12-5 air conditioning clutch open load (current)
12-6 mil lamp drive open load (current)
12-7 glow plug relay drive open load (current)
13-1 cruise control lamp drive over temperature (current)
13-2 fuel used output drive over temperature (current)1
3-3 radiator fan drive over temperature (current)
13-4 active engine mounting over temperature (current)
13-5 turbocharger wastegate short circuit (current)
13-6 EGR inlet throttle short circuit (current)
13-7 EGR vacuum modulator short circuit (current)
14-1 air conditioning fan drive open load (current)
14-2 fuel pump drive open load (current)
14-3 tachometer open load (current)
14-4 gearbox/abs drive open load (current)
14-5 air conditioning clutch open load (current)
14-6 mil lamp drive open load (current)
14-7 glow plug relay drive open load (current)
15-2 high speed crank (logged)----crank angle sensor sheck electric running to it also remove plug and clean as these sensors do get sensitive to mud dust ,if continues change crank angle sensor i did get this fault many times once even after changing it and it was a faulty ecu causing it.
17-3 high speed crack (current)
19-2 CAN rx/tx error (logged)
19-3 CAN tx/rx error (logged)
19-7 noisy crack signal has been detected (logged)
20-1 turbocharger under boosting (logged) ---- self explaining
20-2 turbocharger over boosting (logged) ---- self explaining
20-4 EGR valve stuck open (logged)---either you have removed EGR or it stuffed
20-5 EGR valve stuck closed (logged))---either you have removed EGR or it stuffed
21-6 problem detected with driver demand (logged)
21-7 inconsistencies found with driver demand (logged)
22-1 road speed missing (logged)---sensor in abs hubs are faulty more than often muddy or dusty
22-3 vheicle acceleration outside bounds of cruise control (logged)
22-7 cruise control resume stuck closed (logged)
23-1 excessive can bus off (current)
23-2 CAN rx/tx error (current)
23-3 CAN tx/rx error (current)
23-4 unable to detect remote can mode (current)
23-5 under boost has occurred on this trip (current)
23-6 noisy crack signal has been detected (current)
24-1 turbocharger under boosting (current)
24-2 turbocharger over boosting (current)
24-3 over boost has occurred this trip (current)
24-4 EGR valve stuck open (current)
24-5 EGR valve stuck closed (current)
24-7 problem detected with auto gear box (current)
25-6 problem detected with drive demand (current)
25-7 inconsistencies found with driver demand (current)
26-1 road speed missing (current)
26-2 cruise control system problem (current)
26-3 vehicle acceleration outside bounds for cruise control (current)
26-7 cruise control resume stuck closed (current)
27-1 injector 1 peak charge long (logged)
27-2 injector 2 peck charge long (logged)
27-3 injector 3 peak charge long (logged)
27-4 injector 4 peck charge long (logged)
27-5 injector 5 peak charge long (logged)
27-6 injector 6 peck charge long (logged)
27-7 topside switch failed post injection (logged)
28-1 injector 1 peak charge short (logged)
28-2 injector 2 peck charge short (logged)
28-3 injector 3 peak charge short (logged)
28-4 injector 4 peck charge short (logged)
28-5 injector 5 peak charge short (logged)
28-6 injector 6 peck charge short (logged)
28-7 topside switch failed pre injection (logged)-----99.9999% your main ECU is toast topside switch is a solinoid inside ECU that does fail especially if drowned can be on and off working untill it totally fails engine light comes on and stops vechicle completly
29-1 injector 1 peak charge long (current)
29-2 injector 2 peck charge long (current)
29-3 injector 3 peak charge long (current)2
9-4 injector 4 peck charge long (current)
29-5 injector 5 peak charge long (current)
29-6 injector 6 peck charge long (current)
29-7 topside switch failed post injection (current)
30-1 injector 1 peak charge short (current)
30-2 injector 2 peck charge short (current)
30-3 injector 3 peak charge short (current)
30-4 injector 4 peck charge short (current)
30-5 injector 5 peak charge short (current)
30-6 injector 6 peck charge short (current)
30-7 topside switch failed pre injection (current)
31-1 injector 1 open circuit (logged)
31-2 injector 2 open circuit (logged)
31-3 injector 3 open circuit (logged)
31-4 injector 4 open circuit (logged)
31-5 injector 5 open circuit (logged)
31-6 injector 6 open circuit (logged)
32-1 injector 1 short circuit (logged)
32-2 injector 2 short circuit (logged)
32-3 injector 3 short circuit (logged)
32-4 injector 4 short circuit (logged)
32-5 injector 5 short circuit (logged)
32-6 injector 6 short circuit (logged)
33-1 injector 1 open circuit (current)
33-2 injector 2 open circuit (current)
33-3 injector 3 open circuit (current)
33-4 injector 4 open circuit (current)
33-5 injector 5 open circuit (current)
33-6 injector 6 open circuit (current)
34-1 injector 1 short circuit (current)
34-2 injector 2 short circuit (current)
34-3 injector 3 short circuit (current)
34-4 injector 4 short circuit (current)
34-5 injector 5 short circuit (current)
34-6 injector 6 short circuit (current)
35-1 injector 1 partial short circuit (logged)
35-2 injector 2 partial short circuit (logged)
35-3 injector 3 partial short circuit (logged)
35-4 injector 4 partial short circuit (logged)
35-5 injector 5 partial short circuit (logged)
35-6 injector 6 partial short circuit (logged)

cheers Kelvin

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Crikey!!! Do you have all thoes fault codes on your TD5!!!??? I'm too scared to get a nanocom now!!!
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Thanks for that,I will make this thread sticky.I wonder where injector number 6 is located????
I wonder if the codes also relate to the L322 TD6????
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My codes are better than your codes!

Thanks for the list of codes.
I am still waiting for a reply re: my Nanacom purchase

I tripped over this list of codes for the TD5 whilst trawling the web tonight.
Mine's bigger than yours!

There's thousands of them. ( U.S. site)

New Page 1 (testbook codes)

I am yet to work out the significance of the numbering.
Someone more knowledgable may make sense of them.
(p.s I believe they are OBDII ...Testbook codes?)

Anyway I'll chuck it in the ring..

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Crikey!!! Do you have all thoes fault codes on your TD5!!!??? I'm too scared to get a nanocom now!!!
Regards
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LOL no


yeah i was wondering about that could be td6
here is the web very good site
http://www.landroverclubholland.nl/i...-nanocom-codes

if any body has experienced any of these faults post up what was the cause and symptons and we will add it to next to the fault code this will be a lenghty job so keep it straight to the point
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Hmmmm, my Evo must be displaying the wrong codes then.
23-05 is sposed to "underboost" whereas the Evo throws it up as SVS electrical failure unless SLABS codes are different to engine ECU....

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Hmmmm, my Evo must be displaying the wrong codes then.
23-05 is sposed to "underboost" whereas the Evo throws it up as SVS electrical failure unless SLABS codes are different to engine ECU....

I'm getting the exact same code at the moment, along with the the 3 amigos.
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Same number of faults

Can anyone enlighten me as to why does it say 023 times, even if it only has occurred once?
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Can anyone enlighten me as to why does it say 023 times, even if it only has occurred once?
I have the same fault, also showing 23 times??
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It's the log of how many misses it's had. I get 20 times on mine with ABS sensor faults.
On a Nano1 it's 254 times before it throws a code so I'm thinking there's a calc fault in the Evo. With any luck it's been dealt with in the next Evo software update. Might msg Colin and ask.....

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