Dash engine lights

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Dash engine lights

Postby Scratchblades on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 5:41 +0000

Hi Guys

As you see below , these light have come on a few times now , my trucks serviced every 10k but this happens and I end up in limp mode

Any thoughts ?


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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Scratchblades on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 5:56 +0000

Guys the its the engine light and ASC lights that come on, 3 lights all up.
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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Gipsy on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 6:00 +0000

You need to check for codes using a scangauge, the lights only indicate there is a problem, codes tell you what the problem is.
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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Scratchblades on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 6:33 +0000

Thanks goes the mechanics scan tool say MAP sensor not Maf


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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Gipsy on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 7:34 +0000

That doesn't explain the ASC lights
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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Scratchblades on Wed, 07 Nov 2018 7:54 +0000

Gipsy wrote:That doesn't explain the ASC lights


i agree with you, anyway the Scann tool came up with the MAP codes twice after testing, so tomorrow itll go in for a Full service and diagnostics
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Re: Dash engine lights

Postby Scratchblades on Thu, 08 Nov 2018 5:18 +0000

After a day being serviced and codes tested all the rest of it the fault isn’t the MAP Sensor although we changed that first and rescanned and same codes , disconnect the Steinbauer and reset codes and no codes

The fault is and was the Steinbauer power module, luckily I keep all warranties for everything and called steinbauer and it’s been removed and express posted up as I did purchase the extended warranty.

Zero fault and scan gauge worked a treat, the Steinbauer according to my mechanic more than likely hasn’t been working for over a year

To be honest I never noticed a loss of grunt but anyway. So far so good.




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