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I have a Peugeot 407 error codes p1447 and p1351 are coming up anyone know


P1447 ELC system closure valve Flow fault
EDC15C2- PEF filter pierced or differential pressure incorrect.

P1351 IDM input circuit Malfunction/Ignition coil control circuit High voltage
SID 803 - Pre/Post heating relay circuit. Relay not controlled and glow plugs supplied.

save this,it is codes for your peugot,,https://www.mavericktechnology.co.uk/technical/peugeot-citroen-psa-specific-dtc-fault-codes

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Location of 02 oxygen sensor on 00 Linc ls v8 need replacing


O2 sensors are after the cat converter and if you have 2 cat converters they will be after each converter
have you had the fault codes read to get that code or are you guessing that that is the problem
mostly with O2 sensors a wash and scrub in vinegar will get them working again but the HO2S sensors ( heated sensors ) in front of the cat converters give the most problems from the current in the wires or other circuitry faults
run the fault codes and save money

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Cats fault and misfire wots the fault


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BMW outputs codes in Hex format. The tool then reads the code and it may translate it to its own format. Some 29A.. code definitions here:

29A0 Lambda Sensor Post Cat Bank 2 Signal
29A1 Lambda Sensor Post Cat Bank 2 Signal
29A2 Lambda Sensor Pre Cat Bank 2 Signal
29A3 Lambda Sensor Pre Cat Bank 2 Signal
29A4 Lambda Sensor Heater Pre Cat Bank 1 Activation
29A5 Lambda Sensor Heater Pre Cat Bank 2 Activation
29A6 Lambda Sensor Pre Cat Bank 1 Signal
29A7 Lambda Sensor Pre Cat Bank 1 Signal
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29A9 Power Management Battery
29AB Torque Request via CAN
29AE Tank Cap

Code 29A8 i
t's a NETWORK management fault, related with tne main computer. Will need to visit BMW dealer to delete or reset it.

I hope helps with this.

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BMW 740iL 1996 OBD fault codes p1036, p0156 or BMW 12 & 20


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