I was confused by that thread, but you put it succinctly! The only light that is lighting up is check engine soon but everything seems fine. And today I had fault code 8682. These usually include: Select diagnosis program. As Bobdmac suggested, a code reader is de rigueur. If multiple systems are not working properly, fault codes will be set. Else, how did we miss this one? Also double check the 20 pin diagnostic port cap in the engine compartment isn't missing if equipped - Nick at Pelican Parts Conny Comments: Have a 530i 2001 E39.
Be sure to reinstall the plastic cover yellow arrow when complete. Should there be a noticeable symptom to look for? Dash display and on board computer are both asking for code numbers -- password digits? The warning symbols remain after the message disappears. If power or ground is missing or continuity is lacking in a particular circuit or system, a fault is set. Old thread, but a new 5 series owner. Quote: Originally Posted by pudl The list might not be exhaustive We can't assume the list is correct. I pass throw a puddle a lil too fast and the check engine came on as well as the trans fail. If so it is likely faulty.
August 12, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Fueling issue or air leak. So, you would need to unlock it every time you start the car, or is it unlocked for good - until you lock it again? I was told earlier today that these cars pull a lot more from the battery than American cars and that a smaller battery could cause serious problems. The code will point you toward the issue. Oh well, my text type-up is probably searchable, so, maybe it wasn't a wasted effort. Start by checking the connections to rear window from the module.
That code does not come up for me. First check the transmission fluid level to be sure it is correct. Many of us use this tried and true cheapie! I have not been able to figure out what my in car obd 2 screen is reading, I just purchased the car and the check light came on. Is the speed display part of a test mode only, or is this something that can be displayed on a regular basis during normal operation? January 27, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Check for a vacuum leak, likely cuasing the fuel trim faults and misfire. I don't know if they all have the M I'm told this is a sport package Also no clue if that matters, but it has a few issues so I had it hooked up at 2 parts stores and both places got the same fault codes and were unable to tell me anything about them. In other words use common sense and do not ignore the obvious when diagnosing problems. Can they be the cause? Do this at your own risk! It's way cool and I love this feature! Now how you can get that.
Comments and Suggestions: BiBi Comments: Hi there Nick. By law, it is always located within reach of the driver. We are not responsible for any loss or damage. Quote: Originally Posted by bigjaggs - Guys, need a little help on this one, any guesses? Could the difference cause the code? Where is this sensor located at. The code definitions are a good starting point when determining the cause of the service engine light but where do you go from there? January 23, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Not likely.
I googled a bit, and found nothing yet, but, the search terms are iffy e. The check engine light will begin flashing the trouble codes. Read the fault codes, diagnose the problems, then clear the fault codes when complete. That can be due to a pressure loss or fluid leak, internal. I was thinking that might be the issue.
Your engine may have taken in some water, or the wiring harness got wet. Check battery voltage, fuel level, sound chime, displays and indicators, perform gauge sweep needle test and more. But once again the engine misfire comes back when the engine is in idle for about a minute. You will now be able to see your corrected driving speed in realtime! After reset, it drove fine for about 14 hours. It will have the info. The battery will not have to be registered.
Quote: Originally Posted by 16valex I wouldn't worry about it. Also, do the 2000 models need to have the battery registered? Your pictures are indicating a voltage of 11. When I restart the car it disappears but is logged. You gotta add those five numbers up e. It does not read the faults in the car, such as burning lights or if the door is open. When I check the codes, it says petal position sensor and Internal Control Module Memory Check SumError. You can see that in many of my movies! Anything I should check that might have been maliciously tampered? Cheers Rob July 23, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: What vehicle and what system was the code retrieved from? I would suggest you grab a repair manual, you should own one.