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Old 03-06-2013, 06:24 PM
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Hello everyone.

Using INPA 5.0.2 I entered the engine module ME 7.2 M62 Version 1.07 module. It said "Language mismatch malfunction may occur" I proceeded with caution.

Ident and Code all displayed correctly, I checked error codes and got:
- 140 Output thermostat map cooling
- 114 Camshaft sensor bank 2

I checked the camshaft positions through the rev range and bank 2 wasn't too far out.

I cleared the error codes and cleared adaptations. She immediately started idling a little better.

This morning on first start up it threw an "Engine Safe Program" error and would only idle.

I then checked the error codes and got:
- 140 Output thermostat map cooling
- 114 Camshaft sensor bank 2
- 136 Test emergency air position
- 134 Test lower at stop

I cleared the codes and she runs fine again.

Should I pay more attention to the "Language mismatch malfunction may occur" or is there a special way to connect and disconnect from the car that I should be observing or does clearing adaptation values some times cause this?

Any help much appreciated.


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