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Hi everyone.

My car is getting these codes.

Car is a 2006 Subaru Legacy GT Bp5

 

B0201 - CAN-HS COUNTER ABNORMAL 

B0202 - CAN-HS BUS OFF

B0223 - CAN-HS VDC/ABS NO-RECEIVE DATA

 

U1202 - CAN-HS BUS OFF (fault location: Comm.Line Failure(ECM/VDC/ABS to Uint) or Integ. Unit Failure)

U1223 - CAN-HS VDC/ASB no-receive data (fault location: Comm.Line Failure(VDC/ABS to Integ. Unit or VDC/ABS Failure)

 

Can anyone please recommend me any electrician..

Thanks in advance 

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49 minutes ago, Gripless said:

Where about a are you?

 

have you checked the fuses related to those systems?

Hey I'm in Botany, East Auckland. 

Yes I've checked the fuses..

Most times the AT oil temp flashes and VDC waring display comes on as soon as I start the car but sometimes it's not on when I start the car however it comes on after 2-10min of driving.

 

It started when I was driving to work one day on the motorway.. was driving as usual like any other days cruising at 100km and it suddenly came on. 

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The abs is part of the CAN system and if there is an issue with that unit then it will

affect the vdc and ecu

 

- make sure all the wiring is intact and nothing has come loose

 

- get a abs diagnostic done in case there is an issue with the system

 

- these systems are fairly bulletproof normally ...

 

- some codes can be removed but that would be a bandaid as not fixing the actual fault

 

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Bulletproof? Heaps of the Bosch ABS pumps (which have the ABS computer built in) are flaky as f***. They use that "angel hair" wire between the connector and the PCB and they fail at random. I'll wager a shiny internet penny that the ABS computer is f*cked.

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On 13/02/2020 at 11:45 PM, Pappu1 said:

The abs is part of the CAN system and if there is an issue with that unit then it will

affect the vdc and ecu

 

- make sure all the wiring is intact and nothing has come loose

 

- get a abs diagnostic done in case there is an issue with the system

 

- these systems are fairly bulletproof normally ...

 

- some codes can be removed but that would be a bandaid as not fixing the actual fault

 

Hi thanks for the reply.

I couldn't figure it out so I took it to an auto electrician and got my car back couple days ago.

Indeed it was was the abs computer and they got it repaired. 

 

Thanks everyone for the info

Wish I had these comments earlier 

On 14/02/2020 at 11:32 AM, boon said:

Bulletproof? Heaps of the Bosch ABS pumps (which have the ABS computer built in) are flaky as f***. They use that "angel hair" wire between the connector and the PCB and they fail at random. I'll wager a shiny internet penny that the ABS computer is f*cked.

Yes it was a f*cked ABS computer. 

Thank you

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