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      11-22-2013, 08:39 AM   #1
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Rail Pressure Sensor code 3F30

The other day I heard this "bong" and I figured the little D computer was trying to tell me something. No indicator lights. I delayed a bit reading the code, so now I can't remember what was going on when I heard the bong, but I suspect it was associated with my re-installing the JBD. In my lack of attention to detail, as I recall I forgot to put the car to sleep before separating the OEM connectors and installing the JBD cables. Bet that's what caused the 3F30 code. Whatcha think?
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      11-22-2013, 09:19 AM   #2
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since you didnt put it asleep this makes sense. The DDE is still awake so when you disconnect the sensor it definitely is going to interpret that as a sensor issue. Might as well clear and see if it comes back
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