Ok, i already fixed, i mean i did the resoldering part. No fault code 2 days ago, before popped up after cleaned the faults.
But the live data show me the same numbers 30, if i step on the throttle then immediately 1110. Then what is wrong now?
I was checked today. Halfway success, its the same trasnparent silicon inside. Bad thing, i cant opened the black box gently so i broked the top cover piece. Maybe i can fix it somehow. Here is the picture, are you saw something wrong whit it? The pins looks bad.
Another fault that cant be cleared.
Ctrl module faulty - 65535 under in the all wheel drive menu.
When i want to communicate with the haldex module, first time dont let me in, but after worked fine.
Checked the haldex pump and working good. Checked the car in slippery condition and...
Checked connector and cleaned it, everything looking good there, but still the same. Next week i gonna do the soldering part.
If it not gonna work, then how can i reach the sensor itself? If i know well, then its in the turbo housing. Have to take down the turbo inlet pipe?
Now it is perfectly understandable. I just finished my dashboard soldering, so i dont want a extra job today, thats why i asked before i was doing it.
Yeh, i was find a thread too, there is somebody said a connector with the broken clips can cause this.
Ok, im going too check that.
Couple weeks ago i cleared the fault codes, but some of it coming back.
Code: P1453 - Exhaust Gas Temperature sensor /open circuit/ short circuit to B+
I know this is the egt sensor fault, just im corious because i readed on some page and somebody said if
you using injector cleaner or other...