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10-20-2015 06:20 PM
Originally Posted by MBEvoX View Post
Anyone know what this code is about? --> C00A0
Anyone figure this one out? I won't be home for a couple days to read it with 2.8 and just want to see if anyone could help me out. Thanks.
06-14-2014 05:20 PM
white_devil99 How to solve this problem p0014 ?
Please help me.
11-17-2013 10:47 PM
MBEvoX Anyone know what this code is about? --> C00A0
01-31-2013 03:18 AM
Golden Use EvoScan 2.8 instead of 2.9 to read Codes. 2.9 give some very weird results.
01-24-2013 09:49 PM
Check Engine LIght coDE

Updated: 16:39:51
Initializing CAN...
Checking for CAN OBDII EFI Diagnostic Codes...
Correct Header byte response returned.

No Current CAN OBDII EFI Diagnostic Codes Present.

Checking for Stored CAN OBDII Diagnostic Codes...
Correct Header byte response returned.

1 Stored Diagnostic Trouble Codes Found...

Above is the readout? Have I chosen the wrong option in evoscan? I don't see this code anywhere. Interesting though is that I got on it the other day on the freeway dropping down to 3rd and it cut power. Then Today the same thing happened, but the engine light came on...???
07-09-2012 06:35 PM
grafix143 p02a0 anyone
And p02e0
07-05-2012 07:43 AM
TheNEWB write a how-to and post it in the how-to section...............
07-05-2012 07:12 AM
amaEVOXnoob I have a code p2122 how do I fix it?
01-26-2012 04:59 AM
stEVOrgiX I just turned all this info into a PDF if people wanna save it to their comps for reference. Even some of the codes that aren't listed in the original posts have been added. If you find more let me know (PM Me) and I'll update the PDF.
12-31-2011 08:44 PM
turbo x gsr can anyone tell me what would cause a p0300 code. INFO- just bought in alabama and drove up here to iowa. in alabama they have 93 octane and lower altitude. guy i bought from said he changed the octane on the reg tune to 91 but it threw the code on my way back when it was still runnin on 93. could that have caused the service soon engine light and the code? or was it more likely water in gas or?? also had the code read at autozone and he said he couldnt clear code .so i drove around town to do a few more errands and light went out. noticed it flicker on and off a few times but its still off now . should i worry?? by the way the code is multiple cylinder misfires. or could it be thats its burnt all the 93 out of its system and only 91 now (so it is ok now??)
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