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    Fault Codes

    Hi all,

    Got the following fault codes, anyone know what needs replacing?

    P0380
    P0370
    P1125
    P1631


    Cheers,
    Nick

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    Pulled off another thread....

    P0380 Glow Plug/Heater Circuit "A" Malfunction
    P0370 Timing Reference High Resolution Signal A Malfunction

    So is that new plugs, new sensor in circuit A? What is circuit A? Is it part of the firing sequence?

    Cheers,
    Nick

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    You can get many odd readings from fault code readers, it might help if you can say what is going wrong with the engine and what you have tried so far, then someone may be along with some things for you to try out.

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    VERY jerky until its warmed up, has been a problem for a while but i've lived with it, selling it now though and don't want to sell it to someone with this problem like the pr*ck before me did to me....

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    If you have been removing any plugs when you have been testing you very well may get a lot of error codes, try resetting the codes and read again, then go around and check your sensors wiggle the wires a bit, try and simulate driving conditions and re reading your codes again. If it were me I would check the engine coolant temp sensor, it is known to cause jerky driving, pay particular attention to the wireing to it make sure the wires are not pulling.

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    Haven't replaced/removed plugs but will be, will check all sensors and delete codes then see what happens... Cheers for the help, anyone else had similar probs?

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