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      10-17-2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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Question What do these DME fault codes mean?

I few months ago, I had a bad date with a curb ( Next mod is a QUAIFE) The car is back together and about to leave the shop.

This morning I went to uninstall the Cobb Software and flash back to factory map. Before uninstalling, I checked the codes and found these:

P2E7C
P2ACB
P2DEC

Iíve tried searching but no joy!
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A guy a while back had 2e7C which he then discovered was due to a wrong component installed on his car. Forgot what sensor he has to change.

2ACB is DME main relay control... I'm not sure what this means. Some had it and car was fine... others car ran like crap.

P2DEC.. no clue. what does the AP say about it?

Is your car running ok?
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A guy a while back had 2e7C which he then discovered was due to a wrong component installed on his car. Forgot what sensor he has to change.

2ACB is DME main relay control... I'm not sure what this means. Some had it and car was fine... others car ran like crap.

P2DEC.. no clue. what does the AP say about it?

Is your car running ok?
It started and seems to idle fine but, I canít say for sure as I wonít have it back until a few more days to put it to the test. I flashed it back to stock so it can get new lights and sensors reprogrammed back to factory spec. That may be the cause for the 2e7c. Also, the motor was pulled to replace a turbo and subframe. ughh
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It started and seems to idle fine but, I canít say for sure as I wonít have it back until a few more days to put it to the test. I flashed it back to stock so it can get new lights and sensors reprogrammed back to factory spec. That may be the cause for the 2e7c. Also, the motor was pulled to replace a turbo and subframe. ughh
Hopefully, it's nothing serious buddy.
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