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Old 08-03-2012, 06:38 PM
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Default Mini cooper R56S P0651 p0641 p163e

Hi there, I have here a mini cooper R56S this wont start and in a generic scanner i have this dtc

P0641 - Sensor Reference Voltage 'A' Circuit / Open

P0641 - Sensor Reference Voltage 'A' Circuit / Open

P0697 - Sensor Reference Voltage 'C' Circuit / Open

P163E - Voltage Monitoring Control Module Communication Error

P0088 - Fuel Rail / System Pressure - Too High

recently I order a bmw inpa k can but i will have it until next tuesday, and for now i only can read with generic obd2.

my question is that this codes is related to a special coding or some about the software in las 2 days i was looking in google where are located the sensor reference voltage but I cant find any info about it.

the problem begin because motor was stuck (one bering stuck the motor) and i check the timing but timing was ok.

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