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06-11-2019 03:23 PM
that_rican_Evo Hello everyone! My 09 MR is throwing a P180C code...I read what is it in the original post but I am wondering if anyone can shine some light on this for me before I make any decisions on what to do next with it. Seems like the previous owner didn't know what he had on hand and seems like he did not perform the correct maintenance on it. Any help will be VERY appreciated...thanks!
08-31-2014 08:15 PM
kaganader
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Originally Posted by ripnet View Post
Re-read the code in EvoScan 2.8
Okay thanks, didn't think of using an older version, I will do that next time I see which I think is tomorrow.
08-31-2014 07:31 PM
ripnet
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Originally Posted by kaganader View Post
My friends 2010 MR keeps throwing a p35B8 code and I cannot find any information on this diagnostic code at all. Does anyone know what this code is for?
Re-read the code in EvoScan 2.8
08-31-2014 06:55 PM
kaganader My friends 2010 MR keeps throwing a p35B8 code and I cannot find any information on this diagnostic code at all. Does anyone know what this code is for?
02-25-2014 04:30 AM
alsong2002 are all these codes hard codes that cant be erase?
02-23-2014 06:22 AM
alsong2002 Are these code pretty bad? I just got tuned then did some spirit driving, after that all these codes shown up. I didn't have problems before the tune. I can't clear these codes with obd scanner and even flash back to stock, those codes didn't go away too.
Do a dealer visit necessary?
02-23-2014 02:22 AM
ripnet In the posts above:

P1831: Shift fork position sensor 4 system (Voltage low range out)
P1832: Shift fork position sensor 4 system (Voltage high range out)
P1871: APS system (Signal abnormality)
U0100: Engine time-out error
02-23-2014 02:10 AM
alsong2002 i need p1831, 1832, 1871 and u0100 urgently for 12 x mr
09-13-2012 12:35 PM
evoxtyw
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Originally Posted by Ray Knight View Post
**START** edited by kidneythief13 for picture overflow, from first post**
  • P2718: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 1 system (Open circuit)
  • P2719: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 1 system (Overcurrent)
  • P2720: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 1 system (Short to ground)
  • P2721: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 1 system (Short to power supply)
  • P2727: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 2 system (Open circuit)
  • P2728: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 2 system (Overcurrent)
  • P2729: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 2 system (Short to ground)
  • P2730: Clutch/shift pressure solenoid 2 system (Short to power supply)
  • P2733: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 1, spool stuck
  • P2736: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 1 system (Open circuit)
  • P2738: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 1 system (Short to ground)
  • P2739: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 1 system (Short to power supply)
  • P2741: Fluid temperature sensor system (Gradient error)
  • P2742: Fluid temperature sensor system (Output low range out)
  • P2743: Fluid temperature sensor system (Output high range out)
  • P2766: Input shaft 2 (even number gear axle) speed sensor system (Poor performance)
  • P2809: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 2, spool stuck
  • P2812: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 2 system (Open circuit)
  • P2814: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 2 system (Short to ground)
  • P2815: Clutch/shift switching solenoid 2 system (Short to power supply)
  • U0001: Bus off
  • U0100: Engine time-out error
  • U0103: Shift lever time-out error
  • U0121: ASC time-out error
  • U0136: AWC time-out error
  • U0141: ETACS time-out error


FAIL-SAFE REFERENCE TABLE

Clutch open prohibits the vehicle from driving, and displays an occurrence of trouble to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P0702, P1803, P1804, P1805, P1806, P1807, P1857, P1858, P185D, P1866, P1868, P1872

Continues driving with the current gear fixed, and an occurrence of trouble is displayed to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P0776, P0777, P0964, P0965, P0966, P0968, P0970, P0971, P1852, P2733, P2736, P2738, P2739

Drives with the odd number gear axle (1st, 3rd, 5th gear) or with the even gear axle (2nd, 4th, 6th gear), and an occurrence of trouble is displayed to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P0715, P0716, P0753, P0758, P0841, P0842, P0843, P0846, P0847, P0848, P0973, P0974, P0976, P181B, P181C, P181E, P181F, P1820, P1821, P1822, P1824, P1825, P1826, P1827, P1829, P182A, P182B, P182C, P182E, P1831, P1832, P1833, P1835, P1836, P183D, P1844, P184B, P1855, P1859, P185B, P2718, P2719, P2720, P2721, P2728, P2729, P2730, P2766, P2809, P2812, P2814, P2815

Drives with the gears other than the gears related to the part in trouble, and an occurrence of trouble is displayed to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P1862, P1863, P186A, P186B, P1876, P1877, P1878, P1879, P187A, P187B, P187C

The creep driving cannot be performed, and displays an occurrence of trouble to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P1871, U0001, U0100

Shift shock or shift response deterioration occurs, and displays an occurrence of trouble to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P0746, P0963, P1870, P1871

Normal driving can be performed, and displays an occurrence of trouble to the multi information display to warn the driver.
P0630, P0701, P0711, P0712, P0713, P0960, P0961, P0962, P0967, P1637, P1676, P180C, P1864, P1867, P186C, P186D, P186E, P186F, P1873, P1874
P1875


**END** edited by kidneythief13 for picture overflow, from first post**

Awesome info!!! Thanks for posting this!


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01-30-2012 08:57 PM
SleeperEvoX I'm throwing codes P1870, P1871, U0100, P0725, U0141, C1472, C216E

After bolt on +E85 mod's on my 2010 SE.

I believe the P1870 and P1871 are due to overboost (running 28PSI) on stock turbo. And I have felt some clutch pressure release on WOT at peak torque. Correct me if I'm wrong but lowering boost to 27 PSI should fix this yes?
Also is there a way to increase clutch pressures with a rom patch to correct the clutch slippage?

No idea what the C1472 and C216E is???

P0725 lists as engine speed input circuit. What's causing that?
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