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Fault code on my e class 2.2 year2012 code p12315


P12315 is not a fault code, it has too many numbers. Please recheck that fault code. It will be a letter followed by 4 numbers

Mar 04, 2017 | Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cars & Trucks

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What is a b2293 code on 2003 mercury mountaineer


B2293

Pinpoint Test H: LFC 19 and 21/DTC B2293 - Restraint System Airbag Status
Normal Operation
The restraints control module (RCM) checks all of the front air bag circuits for faults. If the RCM detects one of the following faults on any of the front air bag circuits, it will store diagnostic trouble code (DTC) B2293 in memory and, depending on the fault, flash either lamp fault code (LFC) 19 or 21 (or higher priority code if one exists) on the air bag indicator.
Fault Conditions
The RCM monitors for the following fault conditions:
  • low resistance.
  • circuit open.
  • circuit short to voltage.
  • circuit short to ground.
Possible Causes
A driver air bag status fault can be caused by:
  • damaged wiring, terminals, or connectors.
  • a faulty clockspring.
  • a faulty driver air bag module.
  • RCM is faulted.
A passenger air bag status fault can be caused by:
  • damaged wiring, terminals, or connectors.
  • a faulty passenger air bag module.
  • RCM is faulted.
21 Restraint System - Air Bag Status (Passenger Front Air Bag Circuit Fault) Go To Pinpoint Test H .

Sep 06, 2016 | 2003 Mercury Mountaineer

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Hi!Can you help me resolving error code 092-315 for xerox7225?


Can you verify the error code? 092-315 does not appear in the error code site. See link below

How To Search for a Fault Code WC7220 / WC7225 Fault Code Page
To search on a fault code, enter one code at a time. The codes will be displayed on the Touch Screen.
Fault code format: A 3-digit number, followed by a 3-digit number. For example, 010-352.
Viewing Fault and Alert Messages on the Control Panel
When a fault or alert condition occurs, a message will be displayed on the Control Panel to inform you of the problem. Alert messages inform you about printer conditions, such as low supplies or open doors, that require your attention. Fault messages warn you about printer conditions that prevent the printer from printing or degrade printing performance. If more than one condition occurs, only one displays on the Control Panel.
To view a complete list of active fault and alert messages:
  1. Press the [Machine Status] button on the Control Panel.
  2. Select the [Active Messages] tab.
  3. Use the Down arrow and select [Faults], [Alerts], or [Faults & Alerts].
  4. To view details, select a fault or alert.
Viewing the Fault History on the Control Panel
When faults occur, they are logged in to a fault history file by date, time, and fault code. Use this list to identify trends and resolve problems.
To view the fault history:
  1. Press the [Machine Status] button on the Control Panel.
  2. Select the [Active Messages] tab.
  3. Select [Fault History]. The screen displays the number, date, time, and image count for each fault code.
The following table represents the system area as represented by the first 3-digits of the fault code:
Chain Description 303 Communications Error 305 Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) 310 Fusing 312, 313 Finisher 371 - 375 Paper Tray Feed 377 Sensor / Interlock Fault 391 Drum Cartridge / Waste Toner
http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-7220-7225/support/enus.html

Mar 07, 2016 | Xerox Office Equipment & Supplies

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MY YBR ENGINE MANAGEMENT LIGHT FLASHES 3 SHORT FOLLOWED BY 3 FAST


That indicates fault code 33 which is a faulty ignition coil

Fault code 12 - Crankshaft position sensor

Fault code 13 - Intake air pressure sensor

Fault code 14 - Intake air pressure sensor

Fault code 15 - Throttle position sensor

Fault code 16 - TPS

Fault code 19 - No signal from ignition to ecu

Fault code 22 - Intake air temp sensor

Fault code 28 - Engine temp sensor

Fault code 30 - Tip over sensor

Fault code 33 - Igniton coil

Fault code 39 - Fuel injector

Fault code 41 - Tip over sensor

Fault code 44 - Read write error ECU

Fault code 46 - Power supply error to FI system

Fault code 50 - Ecu malfunction

Jan 08, 2015 | 2009 Yamaha yBR125

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I would like to know what the following codes represent for my 2002 jaguar x-type 3.0 Codes are P174, P175, P1111


P1110 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Signal (Dynamic Chamber) Circuit
The other DTC refer to mixture issues.

From http://www.bluejag.co.uk

Fault Code:- P0174 Indicates a Power-train fault
The fault is generally due to a problem in the Emission Management (Fuel or Air) area
Fault Description: Bank 2 combustion too lean
Action of ECM:- ECM Default: - Bank 2 catalyst warm-up ignition ****** inhibited - Bank 2 closed loop fuel metering inhibited - Canister purge inhibited - Maximum engine speed reduced
Possible Fault:-
Engine misfire Air intake leak between MAF Sensor and throttle Fuel filter / system restriction Fuel injector restriction Low fuel pump output HO2 Sensor(s) (2/1, 2/2) harness wiring condition fault Exhaust leak (before catalyst) ECM receiving incorrect signal from one or more of the following components: ECT Sensor, MAF Sensor, IAT Sensor, TP Sensor

once again from http://www.bluejag.co.uk

Fault Code:- P0175 Indicates a Power-train fault
The fault is generally due to a problem in the Emission Management (Fuel or Air) area
Fault Description: Bank 2 combustion too rich

Action of ECM:- ECM Default: - Bank 2 catalyst warm-up ignition ****** inhibited - Bank 2 closed loop fuel metering inhibited - Canister purge inhibited - Maximum engine speed reduced


After clearing the DTC, complete the Start engine and bring to normal operating temperature > 82 °C (180 °F) Idle for 10 minutes

Check for a reoccurrence of fault DTC.

Possible Fault:- Restricted air filter Leaking fuel injector(s) ECM receiving incorrect signal from one or more of the following components: ECT Sensor, MAF Sensor, IAT Sensor, TP Sensor

Apr 23, 2011 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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Trouble Codes


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

Feb 03, 2010 | 2002 Audi A4

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Check engine light on 1998 Z3 BMW


BMW engine light

Comes on if DME engine management system self diagnostic fault detected. Will stay on until codes are called up and memory erased.

With OBD read the code as follows. Turn on ignition key, press accelerator pedal to the floor five times within 5 seconds. The check engine light will remain on for 5 sec , blik off, come on for 2,5 sec, go off for 2,5 sec and fault code will begin to flash. If more than one fault exist 2nd fault code will be separated by 2,5 sec pause. after fault codes there will be a 0.5 sec flash and light will remain off. to read codes again do procedure again.

Canceling of codes. make sure fault code is present (short blink and light goes out for long period), depress throttle pedal for at least 10 sec. read fault codes again and check for code 1444 (no faults stored.)

Check also the following, fuel pump, oxygen sensor, fuel injectors, engine coolant temp sensor, idle speed control valve, mass airflow sensor and too many other things.

Jun 16, 2009 | 1998 BMW Z3 Roadster

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Check engine light


BMW engine light

Comes on if DME engine management system self diagnostic fault detected. Will stay on until codes are called up and memory erased.

With OBD read the code as follows. Turn on ignition key, press accelerator pedal to the floor five times within 5 seconds. The check engine light will remain on for 5 sec , blik off, come on for 2,5 sec, go off for 2,5 sec and fault code will begin to flash. If more than one fault exist 2nd fault code will be separated by 2,5 sec pause. after fault codes there will be a 0.5 sec flash and light will remain off. to read codes again do procedure again.

Canceling of codes. make sure fault code is present (short blink and light goes out for long period), depress throttle pedal for at least 10 sec. read fault codes again and check for code 1444 (no faults stored.)

Check also the following, fuel pump, oxygen sensor, fuel injectors, engine coolant temp sensor, idle speed control valve, mass airflow sensor and too many other things.

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Flashing airbag light


yes, go here for more help. There is a file on how to download codes and clear system.

The number of flashes is giving you a lamp fault code, LFC. What is it giving you?

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Diagnostic Test Modes Without Scan Tool
Two mode options are available under the diagnostic test modes:
  • user mode.
  • diagnosis mode.
The ignition switch is used to alternate from one mode to another.
Diagnosis Mode
The diagnosis mode will display any fault present in the system. The SRS will not enter diagnosis mode if no malfunction is detected.
User Mode to Diagnosis Mode
NOTE: The SRS will not enter diagnosis mode if no fault is detected in user mode.
  1. Ignition switch to ON.
  1. After the air bag warning indicator lights for seven seconds, set ignition switch to OFF within one second.
  1. Wait more than three seconds.
  1. Repeat steps 1 through 3 three times.
  1. Ignition switch to ON.
Diagnosis Mode to User Mode — After Repair
  1. Ignition switch to OFF for at least one second.
  1. Ignition switch to ON.
Diagnosis Mode to User Mode — During Diagnosis
NOTE: If switch from Diagnosis Mode to User Mode is required while diagnosing a fault, carry out the following procedure.
  1. Ignition switch to ON.
  1. After the air bag warning indicator lights for seven seconds, set ignition switch to OFF within one second.
  1. Wait more than three seconds.
  1. Repeat steps 1 through 3 three times.
  1. Ignition switch to ON.
Clearing Lamp Fault Codes
NOTE: Lamp fault codes must be cleared from memory before proving out the system.
NOTE: When a new RCM is installed, the air bag warning indicator will operate in user mode. Switching to diagnosis mode is not required.
To clear lamp fault codes after a repair, carry out the procedure to switch from diagnosis mode to user mode. Once in the user mode, the lamp fault codes will be cleared from memory.
Lamp Fault Codes
If the air bag diagnostic monitor detects a current fault, the fault code will be displayed with a flashing sequence of the air bag indicator. The fault code consists of:
  • A start signal to indicate the beginning of a fault code.
  • A number of flashes indicating the particular code that has been set.
The start signal:
  • begins with two seconds off.
  • two seconds on.
  • off.
  • one second on.
  • two seconds off.
Following the start signal, if any current fault is detected, the fault code will be displayed. The fault code:
  • is a series of half second flashes of the air bag indicator.
  • is followed by the start signal.
The start signal and the code for any current fault will repeat until the ignition is switched off or the air bag diagnostic monitor is switched to the user mode.
Inspection and Verification
  1. Verify the customer concern by checking the air bag indicator in the instrument cluster. Refer to Prove Out in this section.
  1. Visually inspect for obvious signs of mechanical and electrical damage using the following chart.


Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Damaged air bag diagnostic monitor bracket
  • Open fuse
  • Damaged wiring harness
  • Loose or corroded connectors
  • Circuitry open or shorted
  • Damaged shorting bars

  1. If the concern is not visually evident, enter the system Diagnosis Mode.
  1. If no DTCs are displayed in the Diagnosis Mode, proceed to the Symptom Chart in this section.
  1. If DTCs are retrieved, proceed to the Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Fault Code Table in this section.


Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Fault Code Table Code Component/Fault Description 0 Normal Operation/No Fault Detected 1 Front Passenger Safety Belt Pretensioner 2 Driver Air Bag Module Circuit Is Faulted 3 Front Driver Safety Belt Pretensioner 7 Air Bag Diagnostic Monitor Fault 8 Passenger Air Bag Module Circuit Fault 9 Low Battery Voltage

Mar 24, 2009 | 2001 Mercury Villager

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