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Berlingo Fault Codes
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Hi Folks, In relation to OBD fault codes, does anyone know where I can get a list of the manufacturers specific fault codes for a Mk1 1.4 Berlingo Multispace as opposed to the generic ones that I already have. I don't have a problem (yet!) but would like to be ready.
Cheers,
Griff:wave:
Landmark
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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#2
Hi Landmark.
What engine? CNG, LPG, with one or two carbs?
If it's a inj engine, who made ecu? MM, Bosch, Sagem?
Please, provide us a type or model of ecu.
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(06-11-2011, 06:21 AM)pk7478 Wrote:  Hi Landmark.
What engine? CNG, LPG, with one or two carbs?
If it's a inj engine, who made ecu? MM, Bosch, Sagem?
Please, provide us a type or model of ecu.
Hi PK, It's a 2002 1.4 petrol with injetion. How do I find ecu make? Would a PM of the vin no. help?
Regards,
Griff
Landmark
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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http://www.bba-reman.com/content.aspx?co...ault_codes

ive found this site in my searches dont know if its any good to you as im not that far down the line at the moment myself to check .

what reader you got landmark and do you recommend .


thanks
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Hi Wertyu2007,
Many thanks for that, it seems what needed.
I've just bought an Autel MaxiScan MS509 (about £80) to try and sort out a problem of overheating with our 2002 1.4 petrol Mk1 Multispace. The only error code it throws up is a generic "P0130 O2 Sensor Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 1"
It's been into several garages, who have replaced various sensors, but it still happens if you get stuck in traffic. I think it's the fans not cutting in but I'm never there to check if the're running when it happens.
Regards,
Griff
Landmark
Ex 1.4 Berlingo Multispace
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#6
hi mate
thanks for reply on reader ill have look at that .

my sisters peugeot always throws up that code but runs fine could just be going over the lamda sensors limits known and again throwing up that code or just need a good service but not certain on that just a guess , id imagine that its a coincidence the overheating and the code .
http://www.permoveo.ltd.uk/tabid/122/OBD...fault.aspx

if i was you id just go through usual with overheating issues radiator , pump , fans , fan switches and relays etc.
my citroen relay van did the same overheated all te time it was the fan switch on eside of radiator when i finally got around to working on it.

good luck


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