Codes meaning pp2000 help

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Codes meaning pp2000 help

Post by NinoB » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:07 pm

Can someone help me with detail meaning of this fault codes and how to solve it..I attached photos as well

1. Air condition ECU = Remote intermittent fault: information/: evaporator temperature sensor - incorrect value received.

2. Engine ECU= permanent fault. Injection of air to exhaust. Malfunction.

Pls waz the meaning and solution?
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Re: Codes meaning pp2000 help

Post by Doggy » Tue Oct 09, 2018 1:13 pm

The air conditioning error is as described, the temperature sensor in the evaporator, (within the heater assembly), is faulty or disconnected. You maybe able see the actual indicated temperature on one of the engine ecu parameter pages, (you definitely can on a diesel).

The other one is unfamiliar to me - no experience of petrol engine 406's, but I would guess it's an emission control device similar to an Omega I had ages ago. It had an electric motor driven pump to force air into the exhaust manifold. The purpose was to help heat up the catalytic converter after a cold start. My guess is whatever does this job on your 406 has a fault, (fuse maybe)?
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Re: Codes meaning pp2000 help

Post by NinoB » Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:45 pm

Thanks mate.. But the fault is intermittent..likewise the temperature sensor can be responsible for my AC misbehaving..like the compressor never recycle automatically ..when the compressor turns on it works continuously until I off it manually from the switch... My cooling engine fan never runs high.. Cam that temperature evaporator be the problem..I want to relate it...

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Re: Codes meaning pp2000 help

Post by NinoB » Wed Oct 10, 2018 5:20 am

I mean can the temperature sensor in evaporator be responsible for my AC misbehaving.. It never recycle n goes of automatically, not until I turn it off manually? I want to be sure before I start looking my dashboard.. And where is Exactly the temperature sensor in evaporator located ?

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