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    fault codes erasing help needed

    a friend of mine has an astra g 1.8 ecotec cd on a w plate. he isnt reporting any running problems and the car drives ok but the management light is on( one with eng in orange, emmisions light) plugged the machine in and getting fault code 100 amm faulty signal, and fault code 110 intake temp sensor reading high or low. these codes are still present with a new amm and wont clear at all. im assuming that code 100 is because of code 110 but what does code 110 mean and where is the intake temp sensor

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    i think the intake temp is monitored by a resistor or summat in the amm.the light will clear after 30 CLEAN starts.(starts without a fault)
    2001 mk4 astra cabriolet (without the sunshine option)




    injured in an accident in the last 2 1/2 years?
    be more carefull next time dickhead

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    tried clearing the codes with the machine the new amm was fitted for 2 weeks still light on anyone any ideas?

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    if the light hasnt cleared after 30 good starts you still have a fault
    2001 mk4 astra cabriolet (without the sunshine option)




    injured in an accident in the last 2 1/2 years?
    be more carefull next time dickhead

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