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 Post subject: Mazda RX-8 SE3P (2003 to present)
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Mazda RX-8 SE3P

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Dates of production:
First Release : 2003 - 2008
Cosmetic Update : 2008
Official Website : http://www.mazda.com.au/Models/Current% ... /RX-8.aspx

Summary
The RX-8 is the current and latest incarnation of the Mazda rotary-driven sports car. The RX-8 is a 4 seater sports car with a 2+2 (Freestyle door) configuration and perfect weight distribution. The RENESIS/13B-MSP engine is the most powerful (without artificial boost) two-rotor engine released by Mazda. The RX-8 also shows a commitment to the environment, as the RENESIS is a dual fuel engine which can be easily configured to run on pure Hydrogen fuel.

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Factory Specifications
Engine
Type: 13B-MSP Renesis Rotary sideport inlet and exhaust, water cooled
Displacement: Twin Rotors displacing 654cc each (1308cc)
Compression ratio: 10:1
Power: 177kW @ 8200rpm, Auto 141kW @ 6500rpm
Torque: 211Nm @ 5500rpm, Auto 220Nm @ 5000pm
Fuel system: electronically controlled fuel injection
Fuel Injectors per chamber : 3
Induction System : S-DAIS sequential dynamic air induction system (variable length, dynamic charge effect induction)
Ignition System : Electronic high-energy ignition; two spark plugs per rotor chamber; direct ignition with one coil per spark plug
Lubrication System : Forced feed by trochoid pump; twin nozzles to each rotor chamber; twin air-cooled oil coolers (note : Australian model only has one oil cooler)
Cooling System : Water cooled troichoid housings; aluminium radiator; electric fan; oil cooled rotors
Standard Fuel Tank: 60L
Fuel type : Dual Fuel (petrol/gasoline and Hydrogen)
Lubricant Capacity : 6.7 litres
Coolant Capacity : 8.7 litres

6 speed auto
A 6 speed auto was introduced in 2006 with increased performance.
158 kW and 216 Nm of torque with a redline at 7,500 rpm

2008 Cosmetic Update
Restyled body; Restyled interior; New fully electric OMP design and oil sump; Dipstick and oil filter location changed; Foam filled body reinforcements added to all models; MT final drive ratio changed to 4.777; New MT transmission; Different sized halfshafts; Larger 16.9 gallon gas tank; Rear lip spoiler added on MTs; Auto one-touch up and down drive and passenger windows; One-touch slide forward passenger seat added; AUX in added; R3 edition with 19" wheels and tires and special Recaro seats added; Grand Touring gains rain sensing wipers, auto on headlights, auto climate control, Bluetooth, power 3 position memory driver's seat with slide forward function, and leather parking brake; Sparkling Black, Diamond Gary, and Aurora Blue added; Brilliant Black, Galaxy Gray, and Stormy Blue dropped; Dune Biege and Red leather added; Sand and Red/Black leather dropped

Additionally some minor cosmetic changes have been made most notable in the front fascia, fenders, and tail lights. No changes to the engines power output have been made, though the manual transmission models will see a lower final drive ratio of 4.777 from the previous standard of 4.444

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Awards
'03-'04 Car of The Year Japan: 10 Best Cars Nov, 2003 Car of The Year Japan (COTY) Organisation Japan
'03-'04 Car of The Year Japan; Most Fun Prize Nov, 2003 Car of The Year Japan (COTY) Organisation Japan
10 Best Cars 2004 Dec, 2003 CAR AND DRIVER Magazine United States
2003 Nikkei Superior Products and Services Awards - Nikkei Business Daily Awards for Superiority Jan, 2004 Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Inc Newspaper Japan
2003-2004 Autobytel Car of The Year Jan, 2004 Autobytel Japan Co. Company Japan
2003-2004 Good Design Award (G-mark) Oct, 2003 Japan Industrial Design Promotion Organisation (JI Organisation Japan
All Star, Best Coupe Feb, 2004 Automobile Magazine United States
Best New Sports/Performance Vehicle (Canadian Car of the Year Award) Dec, 2003 Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC Association Canada
Best Sports Car Feb, 2004 CNN money Website United States
Best Sports Car under $57,000 (Australia's Best Cars Awards) Dec, 2003
Australia's Best Cars Awards Organisation Australia
Car of the Year Feb, 2004 Driver Magazine New Zealand
Car of The Year Oct, 2003 Car Top Magazine Japan
Car Sensor 2003-'04 U-Car of the Year -Sedan Category Jan, 2004 Car Sensor U-Car of the Year committee Website Japan
Coche des Vanguardia 2004 Apr, 2004 Motor Mudial Magazine Spain
Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles 2004:Most Significant Vehicle of the Year (2nd Place) Jun, 2004 Edmunds.com Website United States
Coupe Car of the Year Apr, 2004 BBC Top Gear Magazine United Kingdom
Golden Clay Trophy - Japan Car Design Award Jan, 2004 Car Styling Magazine Japan
Japan Automobile Hall of Fame: 2004 Most Excellent Developer Award Oct, 2003 Committee of Japan Automobile Hall of Fame (JAHFA) Organisation Japan
King of Car Award; Special Prize Dec, 2003 Sports Nippon Newspaper Japan
Playboy Car of the Year 2004 Mar, 2004 Playboy Magazine Hungary
Queensland Car Of The Year award Dec, 2003 The Courier-Mail Newspaper Australia
RJC Car of The Year 2004 Nov, 2003 The Automotive Researchers' & Journalists' confere Organisation Japan
What Car? Car of the Year2004; Best Coupe Category Jan, 2004 What Car Magazine United Kingdom
WHEELS Car Of The Year 2003 Jan, 2004 Wheels Magazine Australia

Details
RENESIS is coined from Rotary Engine's GENESIS, and also the design :
Rotary Engine for the New Generation with Exhaust ports on the Side Housings and Intake ports on the Side Housings.

The N/A RENESIS/13B-MSP is about 30 percent smaller than the twin turbo 13B-REW and is located well aft of the front wheel axis in the true advanced form midship position. The Engine is 40mm lower and 60mm further back than the previous RX-7.

The RENESIS has three intake ports for each rotor (there is an aux port placed above the secondary intake port in the outer side housing - which is electronically controlled by a cylindrical rotating valve and electrically driven by a motor). The side port exhaust layout (together with new gas seals) has enabled a significant increase in port opening areas, whilst eliminating charge diluting overlap. The intake port area is 60% greater than the 13B-REW and the exhaust port area is 47% larger.

New port timing has also been introduced:

Intermediate Side Housing RENESIS / 13B-REW
Primary Intake port opens, degrees ATDC : 3 / 45
Closes, deg ABDC : 65 / 50
Exhaust Opens, deg BBDC : 50 / 75
Closes, deg BTDC : 3 / ATDC 48
Outer Side Housing RENESIS / 13B-REW
Secondary Intake port opens, deg ATDC : 12 / 32
Closes, deg ABDC : 36 / 50
Aux intake opens, deg ATDC : 38 / n-a
Closes, deg ABDC : 80 / n-a

Fuel Injectors
Primary injector 1 located in intermediate side housing, semi-direct, feeds to 3750 rpm
Primary injector 2 and secondary injectors located in the intake manifold, and feed above 3750 rpm.

Idles at 780 rpm with stoichiometric air/fuel mixtures of 14.7 to 1, comparable with modern piston engines.

Sequential Dynamic Air Intake System (S-DAIS) uses a variable fresh air duct to allow additional fresh air into the engine area above 7250 rpm on wide throttle. This is a fly by wire mechanism. S-DAIS produces mini-supercharging effects, increasing overall power to 105% of normal.

Spark plugs uses a iridium central electrode and platinum tipped ground electrode, developed in combination with Mazda and NGK.

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Exhaust
3 litre catalytic convertor (FD RX-7 had a 5 litre cat convertor)
32 litre single silencer at the rear (FD RX07 had a 20.5 litre sliencer)
Exhaust exits through twin tail pipes
Exhaust manifold is cast iron, the main manifold is dual layer (ferrite stainless outer, austentite stainless inner).

Transmisson
Manual 6 speed hydraulically operated clutch - single dry plate with diaphragm spring
Ratios:
1st: 3.760
2nd: 2.269
3rd: 1.645
4th: 1.187
5th: 1
6th : .843
Final: 4.444
Automatic 4 speed transmission; torque convertor; planetary gearbox
Ratios:
1st: 2.785
2nd: 1.543
3rd: 1
4th: 0.694
Final: 4.444

The Type Y6M six speed manual was first used in the MX-5, and was jointly developed with Aisin-AI.
The gears are wrapped in a three piece aluminium housing. The two shaft gearbox carries gears 1 through 5 and reverse within the main bearings, and the 6th gear is in the rear casing. The 3/4/5th gear synchronisers are carried on the counter shaft. New for the RX-8 (compared to the MX-5) is the additional triple cone synchroniser on the 3rd gear (MX-5 only had them on gears 1 and 2). This gearbox design has resulted in the quickest gear shifts of any Mazda car produced.

Clutch pedal effort is 120 Newtons (FD RX-7 is 135, typical passenger car is 105).

CFRP propeller shaft
The RX-8 uses a carbon fibre reinforced plastic propeller shaft in the drivetrain. The shaft is a single piece design and is 1078 mm long and max diameter 70mm. The shaft runs with no angle in the U-joints - each serrated end of the U-joint is pressed into the shaft. The materials used means this shaft weighs just 5.8kg, 40% lighter than that used in previous RX models.

Super LSD
Replacing the RX-7 Torsen LSD is the RX-8's super LSD designed by Tochigi Fuji. The Super LSD overcomes the potential tail slide situations caused by Torsen LSD's during throttle lift-off or accelerating mid-corner (the Torsen reverts to a normal LSD in these situations).



Chassis
NCAP test results : 4 star (Euro) 5 Star (USA) Highest Possible (Pedestrian)
Frame: Monocoque Steel, 4 doors 4 seats, B-pillars and freestyle rear doors (suicide doors)
Bending Stiffness : 48.9x10^5 Nm^2 (similar to Lexus IS300)
Torsional Rigidity : 29.7 (between 1998 BMW318i and Lexus IS300)
Front suspension: double wishbone (short and long arms); concentric coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers; tubular anti roll bar
Rear suspension: multi-link; concentric coil springs and shock absorbers; tubular anti-roll bar
Steering: Electrically assisted rack and pinion type
Steering Gear Ratio : 16.43
Turns Lock to Lock : 3.0
Turning circle diameter ( curb to curb) :
Brakes: ventilated discs, single piston, two pin calipers, vacuum servo assisted
323mm front discs, 303mm rear discs

The RX-8 has the best braking of any car (new GTR possibily withstanding, but NSX included) to ever come out of Japan, and is comparable with super exotics :

Braking (Stopping) distanced from a cruising speed of 60MPH (100KPH)
Aston Martin V-8 Vantage 107 ft.
Ferrari F430 Spider 107 ft.
Lotus Exige 107 ft.
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 107 ft.
Porsche Boxster S 107 ft.
Porsche 911 Carrera S 108 ft.
Ferrari Enzo 109 ft.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 109 ft.
Maserati Quattroporte 109 ft.
Mazda RX-8 110 ft.

ABS, EBD, DSC (dynamic stability control) all standard

Hood/Bonnet : aluminium, dimpled on the underside to reduce weight and increase pedestrian protection
Bumper System : body contoured polypropylene, backed by low density polyethylene foam.
Front bumpers welded to octagonal-sectioned "crash cans", and then attached to front longitudinal frames
Read bumpers directly attached to body shell for additional body stiffness

Curb weight: 1374 kg

Dimensions
Wheelbase: 2700mm
Length: 4425mm
Width: 1770mm
Height: 1340mm
Track front/rear: 1500mm/1505mm
Headroom: 970mm
Headroom w/sunroof: 922mm
Legroom: 1084mm (front) 817 (rear)
Shoulder room: 1393mm (front) 1395 (rear)

Performance Figures (manual)
0-100kph : 6.4s (wheels), 6.2s (Motor/Australian Car Advice), 6.1s (Car and Driver)
Standing 400m : 14.5 to 14.8s
Fuel Consumption (City) : 12.1 to 12.6 l/100km
Top Gear, the RX-8 lapped the circuit in 2004 (driven in the dry, by the Stig) with the same times as the 2004 350z and the 2004 BMW M3

Press

"Mazda has produced a knife-edge handler with an efficient screaming power plant that's clearly a halo vehicle for a performance-car company" - AutoWeek, February 10, 2003

"In this controlled environment it can be said without equivocation that the RX-8 is a delight to drive, and easy to drive fast - quickly." - AutoWeek, November 2002

"The idea of a 2 plus 2 sports car isn't new, but a four-seat four-door sports car breaks new ground." - Motor Trend, January 2003

"Much like the MX-5, the RX-8 almost reads your thoughts and carries your desires before you even move the controls" - Car & Driver 2003

It came, it revved, and it conquered one of the strongest COTY line-ups in years. Hats off, please, to RX-8. John Carey, Wheels Mazgazine COTY (Car of the year 2003) FEB, 2004 issue Australia.

Although the RX-8 has the look of a race-tuned sports car, its demeanor on the road is considerably more docile. There's plenty of grip in the corners and solid feedback through the steering wheel, but it won't beat you up on daily commutes. The rotary engine requires high engine speeds to make its peak power, but the delivery is ultrasmooth and noise levels are kept well in check. Overall, the RX-8 is one of the best examples of a car that's fun to drive while still remaining livable on a day-to-day basis. From....NYTimes.com/edmunds 2003

But its thirsty nature wouldn't turn me off buying one, if I were in the market that is. I had one of the best mornings I can remember, grinning from ear to ear as I dusted off the island's serpentine backcountry roads. The RX-8 is a blast to drive, somehow managing to be edgy and comfortable at the same time; an ideal balance for everyday driving. From...Canadian Auto Press 2004

And the latest RX has another ace up its sleeve: a roomy back seat that adults can enter gracefully through a pair of rear-hinged half-doors. Is it any wonder we've declared this “the best RX ever”?
From...Car & Driver...January,2004

But, ultimately, it's all about character, and Mazda's RX-8 has it gushing from both tailpipes. It's a cheerful yet animated persona that fits so many diverse moods, situations, and expectations. And you don't have to make excuses for it because the RX-8 doesn't achieve its personality by being brilliantly flawed or excessively weird.
It's simply brilliant -- no less, possibly even more.
From..."WHEELS" Magazine Australia July, 2003.

If the RX-8 represents the future of the sports car, we can't wait to see what's next. The Z may be faster, but the Rx-8 is the better sportscar
from edmunds.com

Motor Trend.. America's Best Handling Car (2008)
"In the purest sense of a sports car, the rear-drive RX-8 is the most satisfying through corners. I felt like it was a glove on my hand. I could put it right where I wanted. Extremely well balanced, easy to drift, unfettered by weight. The all-wheel-drive cars tend to understeer, and then when they do break loose it's a big event and a lot happens. In the RX-8, on the other hand, things happen a little bit at a time. It's just so much fun to drive." Pobst's words only reinforce our own: Big handling numbers are instructive and meaningful, but they often tell you nothing about the actual experience of driving a car, how it "feels." Though underpowered and under-tired compared with other entries here, the RX-8 has grace and fluidity and balance like few other sports cars on the market today. "The more powerful cars feel like riding a horse," Pobst says. "The RX-8 feels like wings bolted right to your arms."
The 2009 Mazda RX-8 R3 came in 4TH Position.
Final Results:
1. Audi R8
2. Nissan GTR
3. BMW M3
4. MAZDA RX-8 R3
5. Porsche 911 Turbo
6. Mitsubishi EVO
7. Dodge Viper ACR
8. Mini Cooper S
9. Chevrolet Cobolt SS
10. Ford Shelby GT500KR

Usage Notes

Check your oil
at least every 2000km

DSC
Stability Control is not switched off when you press the DSC-off button. If you hold it down for 7 seconds, an "out of control" icon will show up, then all DSC systems are dialled back to bare minimum / off.

Protect your grill
http://www.performancedesign.com.au/?content=RX8Grille

Ethanol
Don't use it. Mazda allows for the use of E10, but does not actually recommend it.

Reliability
The rx8 is very reliable. The Rx8 has been proven to be able to be driven at maximum speed for 24 hours.
http://www.seriouswheels.com/cars/top-2 ... rd-Run.htm
Early models did have many teething issues. If you purchase an early model, ensure your recall warranty issues have been taken care of.

Colours
Current Colours can be seen here :
http://www.mazda.com.au/Models/Current% ... lours.aspx

Production Numbers
Courtesy DMRH
2003 = 60100
2004 = 50813
2005 = 27837
2006 = 23463

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CEL codes, PCM Pin List, Collision Guide
DTC No. Condition MIL DC Monitor item* Memory function Page
P0030 Front HO2S heater control circuit problem ON 2 HO2S heater ´
(See DTC P0030 )
P0031 Front HO2S heater control circuit low ON 2 HO2S heater ´
(See DTC P0031 )
P0032 Front HO2S heater control circuit high ON 2 HO2S heater ´
(See DTC P0032 )
P0037 Rear HO2S heater control circuit low ON 2 HO2S heater ´
(See DTC P0037 )
P0038 Rear HO2S heater control circuit high ON 2 HO2S heater ´
(See DTC P0038 )
P0076 VDI solenoid valve control circuit low OFF 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0076 )
P0077 VDI solenoid valve control circuit high OFF 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0077 )
P0101 MAF sensor circuit range/performance problem ON 2 CCM ´
(See DTC P0101 )
P0102 MAF sensor circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0102 )
P0103 MAF sensor circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0103 )
P0107 BARO sensor circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0107 )
P0108 BARO sensor circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0108 )
P0111 IAT sensor circuit range/performance problem ON 2 CCM ´
(See DTC P0111 )
P0112 IAT sensor circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0112 )
P0113 IAT sensor circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0113 )
P0117 ECT sensor circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0117 )
P0118 ECT sensor circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0118 )
P0122 TP sensor No.1 circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0122
)
P0123 TP sensor No.1 circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0123 )
P0125 Insufficient coolant temperature for closed loop fuel control ON
2 CCM ´ (See DTC P0125 )
P0126 Insufficient coolant temperature for stable operation ON 2
Thermostat ´ (See DTC P0126, P0128 )
P0128 Coolant thermostat problem ON 2 Thermostat ´
P0130 Front HO2S circuit problem ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P0130 )
P0131 Front HO2S circuit low voltage ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P0131
)
P0132 Front HO2S circuit high voltage ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P0132
)
P0133 Front HO2S circuit slow response ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC
P0133 )
P0138 Rear HO2S circuit high voltage ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P0138
)
P0139 Rear HO2S circuit slow response ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P0139
)
P0171 System too lean ON 2 Fuel system ´ (See DTC P0171 )
P0172 System too rich ON 2 Fuel system ´ (See DTC P0172 )
P0222 TP sensor No.2 circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0222
)
P0223 TP sensor No.2 circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0223 )
P0300 Random misfire detected Flash/ON 1 or 2 Misfire ´ (See DTC
P0300 )
P0301 Front rotor misfire detected Flash/ON 1 or 2 Misfire ´
(See DTC P0301, P0302 )
P0302 Rear rotor misfire detected Flash/ON 1 or 2 Misfire ´
P0327 KS circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0327 )
P0328 KS circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0328 )
P0335 Eccentric shaft position sensor circuit problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P0335 )
P0336 Eccentric shaft position sensor circuit range/performance problem
ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0336 )
P0410 AIR system problem ON 2 AIR system ´ (See DTC P0410 )
P0420 Catalyst system efficiency below threshold ON 2 Catalyst ´
(See DTC P0420 )
P0441 EVAP system incorrect purge flow ON 2 EVAP system ´ (See
DTC P0441 )
P0442 EVAP system leak detected (small leak) ON 2 EVAP system ´
(See DTC P0442 )
P0443 Purge solenoid valve circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0443 )
P0446 EVAP system vent control circuit problem ON 2 EVAP system ´
(See DTC P0446 )
P0455 EVAP system leak detected (large leak) ON 2 EVAP system ´
(See DTC P0455 )
P0456 EVAP system leak detected (very small leak) ON 2 EVAP system
´ (See DTC P0456 )
P0461 Fuel gauge sender unit circuit range/performance problem ON 2
CCM ´ (See DTC P0461 )
P0462 Fuel gauge sender unit circuit low input ON 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0462 )
P0463 Fuel gauge sender unit circuit high input ON 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0463 )
P0480 Cooling fan No.1 control circuit problem OFF 2 Other ´
(See DTC P0480 )
P0481 Cooling fan No.2 control circuit problem OFF 2 Other ´
(See DTC P0481 )
P0500 VSS circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC P0500 )
P0505 Idle air control system problem OFF ¾ ¾ ¾ (See DTC P0505 )
P0506 Idle air control system RPM lower than expected ON 2 CCM ´
(See DTC P0506 )
P0507 Idle air control system RPM higher than expected ON 2 CCM ´
(See DTC P0507 )
P0562 System voltage low (KAM) ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0562 )
P0564 Cruise control switch input circuit problem OFF 1 Other ´
(See DTC P0564 )
P0571 Brake switch input circuit problem OFF 1 Other ´ (See DTC
P0571 )
P0601 PCM memory check sum error ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0601 )
P0602 PCM programming error ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0602 )
P0604 PCM random access memory error ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0604 )
P0610 PCM vehicle options error ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P0610 )
P0638 Throttle actuator control circuit range/performance problem ON 1
CCM ´ (See DTC P0638 )
P0661 SSV solenoid valve control circuit low ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0661 )
P0662 SSV solenoid valve control circuit high ON 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0662 )
P0703 Brake switch No.1 input circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P0703 )
P0704 Clutch switch input circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0704 )
P0850 Neutral switch input circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P0850 )
P1260 Immobilizer system problem OFF 1 Other ¾ (See DTC P1260 )
P1574 TP sensor output incongruent ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P1574 )
P1577 APP sensor output incongruent ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC P1577 )
P1686 Metering oil pump control circuit low flow side problem ON 1
Other ´ (See DTC P1686 )
P1687 Metering oil pump control circuit high flow side problem ON 1
Other ´ (See DTC P1687 )
P1688 Metering oil pump control circuit initial check problem ON 1
Other ´ (See DTC P1688 )
P2004 APV stuck open ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC P2004 )
P2006 APV motor control circuit IC problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2006 )
P2008 APV motor control circuit/open ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC P2008 )
P2017 APV position sensor circuit problem ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2017 )
P2070 SSV stuck open ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC P2070 )
P2096 Target A/F feedback system too lean ON 2 Fuel system ´
(See DTC P2096 )
P2097 Target A/F feedback system too rich ON 2 Fuel system ´
(See DTC P2097 )
P2101 Drive-by-wire relay control circuit problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2101 )
P2106 Throttle actuator control system-forced limited power ON 1 CCM
´ (See DTC P2106 )
P2107 Throttle actuator control module processor error ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2107 )
P2108 Throttle actuator control module performance error ON 1 CCM
´ (See DTC P2108 )
P2109 TP sensor minimum stop range/performance problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2109 )
P2112 Throttle actuator control system range/performance problem ON 1
CCM ´ (See DTC P2112 )
P2119 Throttle actuator control throttle body range/performance problem
ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC P2119 )
P2122 APP sensor No.1 circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2122 )
P2123 APP sensor No.1 circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2123 )
P2127 APP sensor No.2 circuit low input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2127 )
P2128 APP sensor No.2 circuit high input ON 1 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2128 )
P2135 TP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2135 )
P2136 TP sensor No.1/No.3 voltage correlation problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2136 )
P2138 APP sensor No.1/No.2 voltage correlation problem ON 1 CCM ´
(See DTC P2138 )
P2195 Front HO2S signal stuck lean ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P2195 )
P2196 Front HO2S signal stuck rich ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P2196 )
P2257 AIR pump relay control circuit low ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2257 )
P2258 AIR pump relay control circuit high ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2258 )
P2259 AIR solenoid valve control circuit low ON 2 CCM ´ (See DTC
P2259 )
P2260 AIR solenoid valve control circuit high ON 2 CCM ´ (See
DTC P2260 )
P2270 Rear HO2S signal stuck lean ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P2270 )
P2271 Rear HO2S signal stuck rich ON 2 HO2S ´ (See DTC P2271 )
P2401 EVAP system leak detection pump control circuit low ON 2 EVAP
system ´ (See DTC P2401 )
P2402 EVAP system leak detection pump control circuit high ON 2 EVAP
system ´ (See DTC P2402 )
P2404 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit range/performance
problem ON 2 EVAP system ´ (See DTC P2404 )
P2405 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit low ON 2 EVAP
system ´ (See DTC P2405 )
P2406 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit high ON 2 EVAP
system ´ (See DTC P2406 )
P2407 EVAP system leak detection pump sense circuit intermittent/erratic
problem ON 2 EVAP system ´ (See DTC P2407 )
P2502 Charging system voltage problem OFF 1 Other ´ (See DTC
P2502 )
P2503 Charging system voltage low OFF 1 Other ´ (See DTC P2503 )
P2504 Charging system voltage high OFF 1 Other ´ (See DTC P2504
)
U0073 CAN system communication error (See DTC TABLE [MULTIPLEX
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM] )
U0101 Communication error to TCM
U0121 Communication error to ABS HU/CM
U0155 Communication error to instrument cluster
U0167 Communication error to keyless control module

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anyone know what the colour code for lightning yellow is?
i have A4 J 93
can anyone comfirm this ?
i found it on the internet just need to be certain...


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