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      04-25-2013, 05:30 PM   #1
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new error codes in my cobb

hellow,

i just checked the errors on my car and i found many codes, i searched in every where even in google but i didnt find anything

did someone had them before ?

here they are
H0DA1
H0D98
H0d9C
H0DA5
H0DAE
H0DA8
H0D9E
H0D9D
H0DA0
H0DB4
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      04-25-2013, 05:51 PM   #2
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H are history codes. just search for them without it .
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      04-25-2013, 06:39 PM   #3
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Do you happen to have the Alpina flash for your trans?


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hellow,

i just checked the errors on my car and i found many codes, i searched in every where even in google but i didnt find anything

did someone had them before ?

here they are
H0DA1
H0D98
H0d9C
H0DA5
H0DAE
H0DA8
H0D9E
H0D9D
H0DA0
H0DB4
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      04-25-2013, 07:17 PM   #4
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Do you happen to have the Alpina flash for your trans?
I have the tranny flash (im not the op) my codes are as follows after seeing these posted i checked.

P2AAF
H0DA8
HODA5
HOD95
H0DA0
HODBO
H2DC3
H0D94
H2F4C
H0DA9
HODA6

couple of them are in both but mostly there different codes.
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      04-26-2013, 06:19 AM   #5
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i cleared them by the cobb ,
so what do they mean ? can anyone explain to me please
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      05-13-2013, 09:00 PM   #6
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I'm scheduled to have this flash done next week. Am I going to get these error codes if I have the flash done?
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      05-14-2013, 10:27 AM   #7
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      05-21-2013, 05:08 PM   #8
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Same Codes with Alpina Flash
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      05-21-2013, 10:57 PM   #9
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hellow,

i just checked the errors on my car and i found many codes, i searched in every where even in google but i didnt find anything

did someone had them before ?

here they are
H0DA1
H0D98
H0d9C
H0DA5
H0DAE
H0DA8
H0D9E
H0D9D
H0DA0
H0DB4
0DA2 is a gear control code, so I'm guessing all these are codes indicating gear control malfunctions. BAD NEWS. I would flash back to the stock TCU software, if I were you guys.
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0DA2 is a gear control code, so I'm guessing all these are codes indicating gear control malfunctions. BAD NEWS. I would flash back to the stock TCU software, if I were you guys.
I wonder if it really is bad news though. Or if the codes simply have to do with the re-programming of the TCU. Codes are a result of the flash, but there is not any malfunctioning really taking place?

I wonder why this topic doesn't come up more with more Alpina folks. Is it because others have not scanned for codes or simply don't have these codes? Or is it an installer issue?

I was scheduled to have my Alpina flash done yesterday. My shop said my car did not accept the flash. I would like to try this flash. I'm not sure how I feel about having codes come about from the flash. Or if the codes are a result from something else. Interesting.
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When you reprogram the tcu you have to delete the tranny codes and engines codes with inpa....
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When you reprogram the tcu you have to delete the tranny codes and engines codes with inpa....
What does inpa stand for? Can I clear it with my Cobb AP? I'm assuming by deleting the tranny and engine codes they will not come back unless the car is flashed back to OEM. Thanks for the info.
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I have TCU flash by @cn555ic and I have no such codes on my AP
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I have TCU flash by @cn555ic and I have no such codes on my AP
Thats because he cleared them after the flash. Same procedure i do when i flash other cars per DIY.

Inpa is a software that allows you to get into all the cars module. Search for the diy ... Or google it
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Thats because he cleared them after the flash. Same procedure i do when i flash other cars per DIY.

Inpa is a software that allows you to get into all the cars module. Search for the diy ... Or google it
Yes, I know. I remember him clearing the codes at the end. I know what INPA is.

EDIT: Not sure if you mean the last sentence for the OP...
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I just threw the list as well with cobb.
HOD96
HODA5
HODA0
H2F46
H2A22
HOD98
HODAE
HODAD
HODA1
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I have same codes after TCU alpine B3 falsh. So they must be regular TCU codes thrown during alpine flash will clear them with Cobb AP.
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I have H0DA9 but my car is a manual trans. Anyone know what it means?
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