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Fault codes list-applicable to all P2 models

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Old Aug 19th, 2007, 22:18   #11
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Exactly, the list has been obtained from a US OBDII site.

If the original source is read it warns that the codes other than P0XXX may not be acurate.
The codes listed contain manufacturer specific codes for some vehicle, but not for a Volvo.

It would be better if this list was removed from the sticky list as it is miss-leading.
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Old Aug 20th, 2007, 19:03   #12
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hmmm is there a way to convert the codes? :S
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Old Aug 21st, 2007, 22:16   #13
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Agree totally with Clan and Chris very mis-leading. I can also confirm that a. they bear no resemblance to Volvo/Vida codes and c. that many of the Volvo systems are missing. Moderator please remove sticky.

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Old Aug 23rd, 2007, 08:57   #14
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This list may help explain a bit more:


Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)

Powertrain Codes
P0xxx Generic (SAE)
P01xx measurement of air and fuel
P02xx measurement of air and fuel
P03xx ignition system
P04xx additional emission control
P05xx speed and idle regulation
P06xx computer and output signals
P07xx transmission
P08xx transmission
P09xx control modules, input and output signals
P1xxx Manufacturer Specific
P2xxx Generic (SAE)
P30xx - P33xx Manufacturer Specific
P34xx - P39xx Generic (SAE)

Chassis Codes
C0xxx Generic (SAE)
C1xxx Manufacturer Specific
C2xxx Manufacturer Specific
C3xxx Generic (SAE)

Body Codes
B0xxx Generic (SAE)
B1xxx Manufacturer Specific
B2xxx Manufacturer Specific
B3xxx Generic (SAE)

Network Communication Codes
U0xxx Generic (SAE)
U1xxx Manufacturer Specific
U2xxx Manufacturer Specific
U3xxx Generic (SAE)
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Old Sep 21st, 2007, 12:50   #15
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I have a 2003 D5 do they have obd11 ports for diagnostics as i read somewhere only 2004 diesel models on have this function.
If so will this work that was posted earlier.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/U381-DIY-HANDH...QQcmdZViewItem

Finally where is the obd11 port on my car (If it there at all)

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Old Sep 21st, 2007, 12:53   #16
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I have a 2003 D5 do they have obd11 ports for diagnostics as i read somewhere only 2004 diesel models on have this function.
If so will this work that was posted earlier.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/U381-DIY-HANDH...QQcmdZViewItem

Finally where is the obd11 port on my car (If it there at all)

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Hi andru..thats the very same reader i got and it works very well on my S60 D5 2003..
your OBD port is opposite your right knee when sitting in car towards the lower part of dash ..theres a flap marked obd..
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Old Sep 21st, 2007, 18:36   #17
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Thanks for that.I think i will go ahead and order my self one to see what my car is up to.

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I have downloaded scantool.net which is free and plan to buy an obd11 connector from ebay , I am being naieve thinking that I will be able to then connect it my V70 D5 to resolve a long standing problem . I have seen sites like Autotap ( USA based ) and various others all claiming their engine diagnosis software/reader is the best but all I have done so far is to confuse myself with the vast array of whats on offer although Autotap are now sending there very imformative educational emails every week . I have even considered buying a lap top with serial port and pre loaded software and obd11 cable , you can get these for about 200. I dont want a basic code reader , it would be nice to see waveforms and voltage outputs from things like the 02 sensors etc but again is this expecting too much considering that at the moment all I may need is an OBD11 connector costing about 15 ? What really put me off just buying a code reader was seeing one for sale in Halfords for 215 and thinking thats a bit steep and then seeing all the other gear available on the internet for a fraction of the price . Any advice please .
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I have a V70 D5 to look at - W-plate 2000 - which has a "SRS Urgent Service Required" on the display.

Will the U381 reader work with this "early" V70?

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I have a V70 D5 to look at - W-plate 2000 - which has a "SRS Urgent Service Required" on the display.

Will the U381 reader work with this "early" V70?

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No its a dealer job or anyone with a Vadis VCT2000
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