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[Engine] Obd pin / colour out
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Hi every one my 1.6 petrol jumping into limp mode when warm so ive gone to plug a code reader in only to find out it isnt reading. On further investergating ive found two green/yellow cables out of back of thr obd and wondered if any one knows where they go so i could read the codes thanks for any help . Sleepy Sleepy
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I found that they went to pins 4 and five grounds . Now I've been able to connect up the lexia and the fault on the engine is a temporary engine speed sensor that goes into permanent fault when you rev the engine then it may go back to temp fault when the revs are at idle. I've checked the plug and it seems nice and tight .So if anyone as had this please let me know as I'm not sure it would cause limp mode .
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could it be the crankshaft sensor that's dirty . take it out and see.
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Last time helping one forum member with 1.6 petrol it turned out to be
coil pack. It had misfire/rough idle. Check coil pack for crack's.
Cold working ok, hot not so, is close to coil pack problem.

Best regards,
brajomobil
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