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P1620 and P1635 error code

Posted By ali asi Saturday, October 08, 2016 2:34:25 PM
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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 2:34:25 PM
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Hi guys, I have a problem with my 2008 Opel Combo 1.3 CDTI. The fault codes are P1620 and P1635 .I replaced fuel pressure sensor , boost(MAP) sensor , airflow sensor , glow plugs , EGR position sensor , camshaft position sensor and I also controlled turbo, engine temperature sensor and accelerater pedal, there was not any problem.Nevertheless, engine gives the same errors P1620 and P1635. The engine is very lazy and the engine velocity doesn't goes up 4000 rpm.I'm going crazy, I still couldn't solve the problem. Is there anybody who can give me any idea? I will be glad for your help.
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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 2:40:09 PM
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I'm going crazy
so would I if I were paying for all those parts Pinch

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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 2:43:57 PM
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I didn't pay, I replaced again the old parts
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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 3:25:03 PM
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ali asi (10/8/2016)
I didn't pay, I replaced again the old parts


What? You sent the new parts (now fitted) back?
I might be the next person that gets them!

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If you get a dart board and make a list of all engine components and pin this list to the board and from 11 paces away throw a dart and see where it lands. Alternatively you could carry out a methodical test plan and post some real results here.
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So what is the description you have for those codes?
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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 5:20:46 PM
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P1620 Low Coolant Circut
P1635 5 volt reference voltage to sensors low
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 Posted Saturday, October 08, 2016 6:36:32 PM
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The mind boggles, please don't tell me this is your main job.

If you are struggling to fix those codes, you should go back to whatever trade you do for a living and hand the vehicle over to a technician.







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 Posted Wednesday, October 12, 2016 4:36:51 PM
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So is the 5v ref circuit low?
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RichTT (10/12/2016)
So is the 5v ref circuit low?



He doesn't know, but its got lots of shinny bits on it !!


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