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      02-21-2013, 11:37 AM   #1
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Help with INPA error codes

I've helped a mate reset some error codes on his E92, and come up with the attached faults in HEX, I've converted some of these but none of them appear in the common lists of error codes, can anyone help?
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I've helped a mate reset some error codes on his E92, and come up with the attached faults in HEX, I've converted some of these but none of them appear in the common lists of error codes, can anyone help?
I'm sure is somewhere is list of all the codes in web.
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      02-21-2013, 12:43 PM   #3
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Try this one.
http://realitypod.com/2012/06/bmw-complete-diagnostic-fault-code-list-e36-e46-e90-and-more/

I hope it helps.
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Thanks chap, just searched for the decimal conversion and the HEX in the above website and none of the codes were found
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It might help to mention that this was a flat battery scenario, could that affect the codes stored?
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If you post list of codes than maybe someone have them before and can point you right direction.
Phone to couple independent bmw specialist and ask them.
You can try this company.
http://www.motorworxmarlow.co.uk/
Really helpful chap
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The hex codes are as follows:

93D0
30C6
2DEC
A36C
A0B0
A559
A179
9CB5
A8B7
A8C6
A46D
9C6C
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The hex codes are as follows:

93D0 - 93D0 Supply voltage too low/seat belt pre tensioner air bag light
30C6 - motor oil pressure sensor, plausibility
2DEC - power management, battery control
A36C - Bluetooth/antenna
A0B0 - Brake light not plausible
A559 - intrument cluster
A179
9CB5 - Energy saving mode active, Error will not cause a warning light, Error is not currently present, Signal or value below threshold
A8B7 - Telematic control module
A8C6 - daytime right faulty, No signal or value
A46D - Head unit reset
9C6C - 12V-output peripherie
The above is just a search through google may not be definate but gives you a rough idea
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Thanks for that! I'm embarrassed that someone Googled that for me - I promise I tried that, so not sure where I went wrong
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Just re read your earlier post and most likely battery dying could cause all these weird and wonderfull errors
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Thanks for that! I'm embarrassed that someone Googled that for me - I promise I tried that, so not sure where I went wrong
no probs
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where did you find the code explanation? i too tried google and was not able to come up with what you found.
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where did you find the code explanation? i too tried google and was not able to come up with what you found.
http://www.endtuning.com/bmwcodes.html
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