can ensure with other sensors readings that its going to mix the correct fuel If the sensor is plugged in tightly And the connection is clean and good The wiring isnt damaged in anyway its probably a case of a deaddying sensor Not to worry The throttle body is actually a DIY job A decent set of allen keys and spanners youll be fine Something like this off ebay would be ideal httpwww.ebay.co.ukitmfiat-LANCI...item3cd34e7580
Have you tried a throttlepeddle reset. I think its. Put key into ignition turn to mardont start it. Leave for 90 seconds. Turn off. Then put back on for 90 seconds then start the engine the go for a slow or fast drive The car then is supposed to go into a learning process. Feck knows if it works like-but Ive heard of mechanics do it after doing work on fiats Alfas .
after. I noticed that when removing the air box the top left (looking from the front of the car) screwnut was missing. Could this be allowing unfiltered air through the intake and would this aggravatecause this problem I mentioned in another thread that I was thinking of upgrading the intake but will definitely do this if the missing nut is going to be a problem. Thanks Dan __________________ fiat
My guess is that if you walked into a scrappy (rather than used eBay) youd get a new TB for 15 quid. The MPI Seicento TB is probably (check with ePer ) the same. The sensors certainly are. Yep stuff can be replaced independently of the TB . You may be able to find the nominal values in the punto factory manual (check classifieds). Remember that these things live in a much more hostile environment than
fault codes 2 faults are Map and Tps sensor Attached Thumbnails   __________________ fiat Forum Useful Links Donate to FF    Buy FF Merchandise    Classifieds    FF Insurance    How-to Guides    FAQs   Quote   23-12-2013   5 Deecjay Get Your Own Title Join Date Dec 2013 Posts 3 Thanks 0 Trader Rating 0   Re punto MK2 wont start but turns
Hi got a fiat scanner on it today and got the following P0505 Idele control sys The reason for this fault is that ECU did not receive signal from the sensor p0120 TP SenorSwitch The reason for this fault is that ECU has received very high signal from the sensor P0105 MAP BARO Pressure The reason for this fault is that ECU has received very low signal from the sensor. P0110 Intake air temp The reason for this fault is that ECU has received very high signal from the sensor
by russnix When i drive when i stop at drive through (takeaway) or traffic lights my engine idles at around 9 then jumps up to 20 or 30 then drops down to 9 then revs again and nearly stalls and drops below normal idle point. Whilst general driving engine stops suddenly - red battery light oil light etc but as im moving i just change gear and it jumps back to lif I have recalibrated ecu using fiatecu
hiya thanks for the replies the initial codes were p0120 which turned out to be a bent pin with p0203 which was cleaned and the idle control valve sorry cant remember code but we got the new part now it shows no errors on the diagnostic machine but the car is still not running as i said he can start it but then it justs stops
Buy a reader of ebay...... Is the best answer your going to get that light can come on for one of the following reasons.. P0100Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Malfunction P0101Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit RangePerformance Problem P0102Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Low Input P0103Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input P0104Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Intermittent P0105 Manifold Absolute
sadly there is no way on earth anyone can guess whats going on .... the OBD2 code outputs (dependent on the car) can be a wee bit long...... Until you have the code read no one can second guess as it could be one of these P0001 Fuel Volume Regulator Control CircuitOpen P0002 Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit RangePerformance P0003 Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit Low P0004 Fuel Volume Regulator
Thanks for all your advice. Ive been out the country this week but will take a look at the APS (if i can find it....do you have any pictures). Whilst away i did by a DTC reader which i have quickly run on the car. It has given an error code of p0120 which is ThrottlePedal position sensorswitch A circuit . Not 100% what this is but ill take a look around. Im hoping is just a dodgy connection i have after replacing the head gasket. Thanks to you all again for your help
The error code I got is p0120.
Thanks Ziggy Ill check that fuse after a hobbit breakfast and a srong coffee this morning. The code is P0135 and I have only that error persistent. Before clearing the ECU errors i also had the following p0120 - Throttle potentiometer U1601 - CAN message TX U1600 - Electronic Key Which now am ignoring. P.s. can I know which date (or how long ago) the codes have been generated