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Old 21-06-2017
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Originally Posted by roscoea26 View Post
Well I used the BlueDriver today and I now have low range back, I guess I'll see how long it will last however one thing for sure I'll be having the driver in the vehicle as well as the andriod tablet with the app when I touring.

The Scan Report came up with a C1438 Active code : Transfer Case Differential Clutch Worn.

Anyone know if I need to get this replaced asap, I imagine after 177,000 km that there would have to be some wear particularly when at least 80% of this has been towing a van or boat.

There's no noise/vibration coming from the transfer case.

Any advice would be appreciated.
Good to know it also worked for you.

Mine had several codes, including C140F, the first time I used the BlueDriver. I just figured that the software update probably triggered them, and cleared them all to see if that would give me low range back, then see if any codes returned. The only ones so far are for two glow plugs that have apparently failed.
Old 22-06-2017
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It's a great little tool to have, interesting I used mine again a few days ago and I have 2 active glow plug codes..P0676 and P0675, Cylinders 6 and 5 Glow Plug circuits open....which I believe this means they have failed.

Even so, the vehicle is starting first turn even on these cold mornings..I've ordered a set of glow plugs.

It also came up with a stored C1035 Right Rear Wheel Speed Comparative Performance ans a stored C1032 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Signal Erratic Performance.

Replaced it over the weekend a bit of a challenge getting the old sensor out though.

All good now.
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Old 25-06-2017
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Got my blue driver the other day, what a impressive little thing. i had 6 codes 3 trans related as my shift control module failed last week and i had to clean, 02 sensor which was fixed a couple of weeks ago, U1001n can b bus (-) circuit not to sure about but if it comes back hopefully just a earth or something.
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Old 26-06-2017
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This is now turning into a scan tool thread
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Checked my 4wd low engagement recently and pleasantly surprised to find that it worked ok. Haven't had any issues since last reset, a couple of years ago.
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