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this code relates to monitoring the ECU self test , meaning it was'nt completed , have the code cleared , are there any problems with the vehicles performance or just the CEL on ? follow this link and you can run the self test your self to see if that sorts the prob Jaguar Type Instrument Cluster Diagnostic codes
Code P1517 is specific to VW (P0 = generic code), so this code must be retrieved specifically from VW's DTC list.
This code relates to a malfunction in your Engine (MAIN) Control Relay circuit
Please note that I said "Circuit". This doesn't neccessarily mean the Control Relay itself is faulty (although this component will also need to be tested), but means you may need to test every component related to this circuit, and also other related circuts.
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this code relates to catalytic converter efficiency, could be a bad o2 sensor, bad cat , prob gonna need a mechanic to diagnose, if you do decide to replace o2 sensor you want to change the one behind cat, tghis one monitors cat function
I had the same prob. you will have to take it back to dealer to get a new code. Can be expensive. Shop around for a fiesta radio / 6 CD stacker unit already with a code. Mines out of a '98 fiesta into my '85 Bronco ! Stacker unit fits under passengers seat, cable back to dash via under carpet. Mine was cheaper to buy (from a wreckers) and install my self than the dealers costs to get the new code for an old unit. on-line wiring diagrams avalible.
This is the sensor located at the front of the car that reads outside temperature. Quite often turbocharged vehicles use this measurement along with engine sensors to calculate safe boost pressure relative to conditions Cheers John (Scotland)