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spn 1569 relates engine protection torque derate -condition exists.
critical fault codes related to engine operation are active
code 1 means urgent attention
A sort of limp mode setting that requires immediate attention by a cummins service center to prevent further damage to the engine
go google and type in--- cummins engines fault codes (or cummins engine fault code 1569) and there are pages of pdf downloads that list all the codes and what they stand for
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Intermittent
Our emissions expert has put together the following information about the P0119 fault code. We have also included diagnostic procedures you can take to your repair shop if the mechanic is having difficulty analyzing the code. OBD II Fault Code
OBD II P0119
Fault Code Definition
Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Intermittent
What does Mean?The Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor measures the rise and fall of the Engine Coolant Temperature. This provides critical data needed for the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to control the Air Fuel Ratio, the Ignition Spark Timing, the cooling fans, and many components of the Emissions Control Systems. The Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor converts the coolant temperature into a voltage that is high when the engine is cold and low as the engine warms up.
Code P0119 indicates an intermittent voltage input from the Coolant Temperature Circuit to the PCM.
faulty aftertreatment outlet, ....... knock sensor, and check coolant temp sensor,if it is faulty it will cause a rich condition that can throw misleading codes. knock sensors often fail and throw code when no other fault is present. good luck and happy motoreing!
Spn codes are not very good indicators of what's going on. This is a general protocol that all manufactures use and I don't find it reliable. If there is an engine light on with a wrench in it. Get to the dealer. If there is no wrench it's not as urgent.
Cylinder misfires at idle that are not very noticeable under load or higher speeds are usually caused by vacuum leaks (most common) or low compression on one or more cylinders. Fuel control system malfunctions can also cause this, but it will take a trained technician that can analyze the computer input and output data to determine the actual cause if this is the case. Please note that when I say "analyze data" I DO NOT mean simply hooking up a generic OBD code reader and pulling fault codes.
I am assuming you have a 4 cylinder engine. P1253 usually indicates a problem with the VTEC solenoid, connector, or wiring. I would recommend clearing the fault. After getting the fault cleared, in a safe area, accelerate the car in low gear to at least 4000rpm for 2-3 seconds. If the fault does not come back, then repeat the drive test a few more times. Assuming the fault does not return, the problem is intermittent.
1. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 19497 = EOBD type P3041 fault code:
Fault location = CAN data bus, instrumentation - implausible Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) signal
Probable cause = Wiring, matching resistor in Engine Control Module (ECM)
2. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 18032 = EOBD type P1624 fault code:
Fault location = Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) - request signal active
Probable cause = Trouble code(s) stored in other system(s)
3. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 01039:
Fault location = Coolant Temperature Sensor (G2)
Probable cause = Open or Short to Plus, Short to Ground - Intermittent
4. VW VAG type 5 digit fault code 01304:
Fault location = Radio
Probable cause = No Communication
5. EOBD type P0761 fault code:
Fault location = Shift Solenoid C
Probable cause = Performance or Stuck OFF
Looks like you have either a stuck drum (does not spin) or an electrical fault that make the washer think the drum is not moving.
From a 2006 Technical Bulletin:
E3: Machine control is attempting to drive the motor but is not seeing any tach response. Visual Check shows motor is not moving. (Locked or Hall Sensor fault.)
Specifically, it could be:
1. Spin drum stuck – Verify that the spinner moves freely to eliminate this cause.
2. Hall Sensor (integral part of motor) fails or is loose – When the Hall Sensor fails or becomes dislodged, the control doesn't recognize that the motor is spinning and shuts down. The result will likely be an “E3” code in the worst case, or “SUdS” if it is only getting a partial rpm reading. Check wire harness connector(s) to motor.
Unless you are really overloading your machine you likely have an electrical fault, or a failure in the drive train--especially if the problem is intermittent. Probably time to call in a technician.