Tim,forgot to ask,what machine did the guy have to diagnose our car?... same as mine or not?
single led 501's(not crappy flowery multi led,g4y type bulb,lol)
4300k hid main lights
4300k hid fog lights
Massive Brembo Gran Turismo Brake kit upgrade
RS UV-1, 20" alloys NEVER SAY NEVER Immobiliser screwed for the 2nd time in a year
Car: 2007 chrysler 300c Touring (UK Station wagon)
Join Date: Oct 2012
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Location: Scarborough, north yorks.
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Originally Posted by Pappajohn
Dont know if it will get seen in this thread but nowt to lose.
same problem with warning lights myself today.
been in for a tyre change and removal of the remaining two TPS sensors.
couple of minutes up the road and got a boing !
ABS, BAS, ESP all came on together.
looking at earlier posts on this thread is appears the warning lights will turn themselves off after a few starts.....does it happen or will they need resetting via OBD reader and see if they reappear ?
just realised OBD reader wont sort this one out.
my bro put his code reader on it and it came back with three codes.
main one was C102B....O/S rear ABS sensor electrical failure.....no signal.
still needs replacing so the lights are still on.
second was C2100... 'low battery volts' or something like that (electric cabin heater was still active which i still blame for volt drop)
third was code C121A....'steering angle sensor not initialised'
did the 'centre, left, right, left, centre' calibration, which I also did the other day when the lights came on so suspect it was just a stored code and it didn't reappear after being cleared.
Resolution to code U140E - implausible vehicle configuration
Visited Dealer today to solve my implausible vehicle configuration code problem. From what I gathered it was plausible that the low voltage and subsequent power up caused a probable software corruption. It was also suggested it would be implausible that starting whilst jacked up caused the issue, as was it improbable that the RAC tech did anything to a component underneath. I did ask considering I had the issue how an obviously plausible problem could have arisen if Chrysler consider it implausible and didn't really get an answer but thinking about it, software is still basically binary so the car has to either decide the issue is as in this case as 0 implausible or a 1 plausible, so it looks like my car confused itself by thinking something plausible was implausible....
Credit where credit's due though... dealer solved quickly and I was pleasantly surprised by the bill, not so when I went to pay for it though when I realised I'd left my card in a poxy shop machine earlier in the day.... how implausible was that I thought!
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