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Check engine with error codes P1111 and P0455


The Code 455 is showing the large leak in the Evaporative system (gascap) and the Code 1111 shows there are no defects.

You can get these codes wiped off with a scanner free at Autozone, Oreilys, or Advance. They may clear by themselves after 35 startups.

It would just appear to be a latent record of the old condition before and after you tightened the gascap.

Aug 29, 2012 | 2003 Jaguar Xkr

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P1111 Code


The P1111 unlike the P1000- the P1111 means the ECM has completed a drive cycle with no faults stored. The P1000 means the ECM has not yet completed the drive cycle. They are basicly drive cycle readiness codes doing a system check...this is a natural code..not to worry its checking the car all over between drive cycles for any malfunctions..
sorry i missed u online but the code is nothing to worry about...

Dec 09, 2011 | 2004 Jaguar X-Type

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P1111 code


The P1111 unlike the P1000- the P1111 means the ECM has completed a drive cycle with no faults stored. The P1000 means the ECM has not yet completed the drive cycle. They are basicly drive cycle readiness codes doing a system check...this is a natural code..not to worry its checking the car all over between drive cycles for any malfunctions..

Dec 09, 2011 | Jaguar X-Type Cars & Trucks

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What does the service code p1111 mean?


Copied directly from a Jaguar forum:

P1111 is not a fault code. It is a special designator Jaguar uses meaning system ready, drive cycles completed after the last fault event. P1000, on the other hand, means system not ready, or drive cycles not completed after the last recorded fault event.

Some OBD II Basics - All P0xxx codes are generic and uniform across all manufacturers and mean the same on every car. All P1xxx codes are manufacturer specific codes. You cannot use a generic code chart to analyze P1xxx codes for a Jaguar.

Next time your car displays an engine fault light, try reading the codes then. If you have a CEL illuminated and the only code read is P1000 or P1111, then you probably have a fault that generic code readers cannot see. Could be a chassis code, for example.

One last thing - Neither P1000, nor P1111 can be erased.

Hope this helps you.

May 20, 2011 | Jaguar X-Type Cars & Trucks

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Ihave detected an error code P1647 and P1111 on my jaguar x type. What does they mean or what could be the problem?


Code P1347 can be set for either a short to ground, short to power, high resistance or open circuit on Oxygen Sensor for bank 2, (HO2S21). Bank 2 is on your right when standing at the front of the engine facing the crank, and this sensor is the first in line; before the converters.
Code p1111
- Intake Air temperature (IAI) intermittent high voltage-low temperature condition.
Probable Cause:
1. Open circuit to IAI-Check connector
2. Failed IAI
3. Open Circuit Condition

Hope this helps

Dec 07, 2009 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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Codes p0113 and p1111


p1111 is iat sensor curcuit 1 high input. hope this helps.

May 07, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Malibu

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DTC Codes


P0113-Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit High Voltage

P1111-Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor Circuit Intermittent High Voltage

I am unable to dig up any C code with that number.

Sep 04, 2008 | 1997 GMC Sierra

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