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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check brakes fluid level and also check to see if the sensor was connect back after the pads was change. If all is ok then take it to Auto Zone and they will scan it and clear the code for free also you can clear the code by disconnecting the negative battery lead for 10 seconds but this might make your radio ask for a code in order to play it. good luck
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I to have a 1988 Daimler 3.6 vanden plas. I would greatley appreciate if some one could let me know about any information on this model, ie; what made the vdp different from the standard daimler 3.6, production numbers and origional cost. In regards to your question, my daimler also said it had fuel failure. I put some injector cleaner in with the petrol and the warning hasnt come up since. As for the circuit 2 failure, it could be numerous things, but start with checking the fuses in the left side fuse box. It could also mean that a light bulb or other elecrical item has a broken circuit somewhere.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Could be as simple as low fluid level in the master cylinder. Check that first and then if it is not low or filling it and making a few starts and stops does not kill the light then stop by your local parts store and they will read your codes for free and tell you what the problem is. Free is good, bad brakes is bad, but hopefully it is just the fluid level.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
There is a sensor on top of rearend housing. Remove it and clean off the debris (will be fine metallic particles)-replace sensor-reset the computer (disconnect battery power for a few moments-reconnect battery-you're done. If this does not work-you'll have to replace the sensor.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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