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      05-16-2012, 01:54 AM   #1
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Codes from Cobb AP

I'm trying to find the meaning behind some codes, but it's not showing up in searches. Unfortunately the Cobb AP isn't giving me a description either, the code view just says this:

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-U0DAD
-U0DA1
-U0D98
-U0D9C
-U0DA5
-U0D95

Not sure if these can be converted or what. Nothing really feels different as far as driving goes.
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      05-16-2012, 01:59 AM   #2
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It just occurred to me that these are very similar in style to unicode characters: http://www.charbase.com/block/sinhala
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      05-16-2012, 02:58 PM   #3
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Those are body module codes. We don't have descriptions for them, but typically they are related to changing out bulbs or other body work.

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Those are body module codes. We don't have descriptions for them, but typically they are related to changing out bulbs or other body work.

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I was just going to followup and let everyone know that Ronnie and Tim @ Cobb told me the same thing. I was doing a bit of work over the past few weeks that might have triggered them, so I am just going to keep scanning over the next couple weeks and see what happens. Looking forward to meeting the guys at Cobb SoCal in June.
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I know it as old thread but this is the only hit on this code: U0DAD. I got it last night after a track event. I had no problems during my track time or immediately after. I drove like 15 minutes from the track, stopped for a burger for 20 mins and then went to a nearby gas station to fill air. When I started the car again it threw errors, iDrive said "DSC error drive carefully". Checked codes with Cobb and the only one I had was the U0DAD. Could not delete the code while car was running but after turning the engine off and on again the DSC error was gone and I could delete the code.
Then the next weird thing happened as instead of the DSC error I got front + rear pads due for service/change, even though I have not even connected my pad sensors but have new ones zip tied behind the wheel well. I reset the service counters and was on my way but still wonder what caused this thing. Overheated brakes? But probably about an hour after my last lap at the track?
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