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Please, i need help. Mi car mark 11 codes in electronic checking

My car sends more than 11 codes of sensors damaged. Now you change the card and take you to two more workshops to review the rulings that gave me the car. The Electromechanical say they do not know me because sends so many mistakes and that even so the car turn.

Not if you can help me or send codes on the card to confirm the damage, as the mechanic has a list of codes but these codes to mark my car are not registered.

Please, you do not know what to do or who to go to. I like to see if I can give advice or help.

thank you very much

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  • Eric kaiser May 11, 2010

    could you please list the codes

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Sounds like you have a europeon model ,built for the europeon market where its permitted to encrypt the software to stop general garages from being able to diagnose and repair the car.only answer ??become a golden egg layer for main dealer sorry about this ,but the problem of encrypted software is becoming a big thing here causing the demise of the small general garage.

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