3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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my car 3008 - 2016
for some reason i take off a start engine fuse when i close it
at morning when i reconnect that fuse and connect battery , it working but shows more error in screen at once
engine fault \ gearbox fault\ esp/asr fault \ power steering fault

i take all souluttions.. cheks fuses - replace battery - but still error - can move but without power steering and still showing error masseges

this is report for error code form a obd11 device
pls help till me how i found the reason
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Re: 3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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Re: 3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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Make sure you follow this procedure if you are disconnecting power (either the battery connections or the fuses that control the power - like the supplies protection fuses).

BSI Reset / Battery Disconnect / Reconnect Procedure

Failure to allow sufficient time for the ECUs to shut down properly or to reinitialise themselves whenever the power is disconnected can cause electrical issues.

Also, if you've connected the battery terminals the wrong way or caused a short, you can damage any of the ECUs.
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Re: 3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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Thanks for advice, some one told me to chek sensor for speed on Lh Wheel can you til me how to chek it if it was damage, and where its fuse

u1308 fault in the gearbox electrical control on the can network . incorrec value recived
u1213 can network . fault in comunication with the abs/esp ECU





U1313 Absence on comunication with the esp ECU. NOTcharacterised
u1108 fault absence of comunication with the engine management ECU and the hybrid management ECU (if the hubrid management ECU is present) no signal

u1213 absence of comunication with the esp/ECU . Incorrect value received

engine ecu
u1213 can network .fault in comunication with the abs/esp ECU
u1109 can network .comunication fault with the gearbox ecu


c1320 front lh wheel speed sensor signal fault .short circuit to posittive or short circuit to earth or open circuit
u1325 no comunication with gyroscope accelerometer sensor . no signal

And whats about that
p1385 super-knock information . detection on injection cut-off
p2336 super-knockdetection . injector cylender no.1
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If you have a faulty wheel speed sensor, this will cause a malfunction of the ESP / ABS system and cause a lot of the faults. Start with checking front left wheel sensor pins and connections. Sometimes they can get knocked and it can cause a loose connection. Check the electrical plug, pins and connectors are clean and fit tightly.

However, having said all that - I think you have bigger problems, as if you ignore the ABS / ESP ECU CAN errors, you still have other CAN network errors concerning the Engine ECU, the BSI, the Gearbox ECU etc,. so there seems to be some communication issue with the CAN network.

This can happen if any of the CAN wires have been cut or spliced / damaged or connectors missing of the ECUs, fuses, etc. You need to get some investigation done by an electrical specialist with CAN BUS systems.

Has any work been undertaken lately that may have caused these issues? There's not a lot we can do at this end as we could put all the ESP, Cruise control, handbrake issues down to the wheel speed sensor, but not everything else.
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Re: 3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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Thank you very much for your interest
I will start by checking the speed sensor on the front wheel and then see if the errors will be disapered or not.

Nothing happened to the car except to take off the rear bumper and a wire was cut to one of the rear parking sensors and I didn't connect it left it cut

Other than that, nothing happened in the car
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Re: 3008-2016 - multiple error at once pls help

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Unfortunately, in my country, there are no specialists in examining these electrical systems for Peugeot
Even the agent is very weak and he parks the car for a month or two in order to repair it and the cost is very high. I am good at using the voltmeter and checking the fuse and battery. I just need a little help

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Did you cut any wires from the parking assistance ECU? If you have cut the CAN wires then there will be a communications error.

In simple terms, the CAN is like a computer network. This multiplexed wiring links various Electronic Control Units together using a data network. There can a few different sets of these networks - some will link the critical engine systems, some the comfort systems and others the safety systems for example.

Each run at different speeds and send their coded data along the network. There is a controlling computer like the BSI, which is responsible for sending the messages intended for specific ECUs. Each ECU on a particular network is connected to other ECUs on the same network, and when it picks up a coded message intended for itself, it does what it is instructed and sends a message back to the BSI to confirm it has received instructions.

So if you have cut any of the CAN wiring, it's like the network cable has been unplugged on a PC - it can't talk to the other PCs or access PCs on the internet and this will generate communications errors.

So you shouldn't cut any wiring on a modern vehicle as it can have knock-on effects on other systems. If it was a single connection to one of the actual reversing sensors, that should not cause the issues described, as the parking assistance ECU would detect a fault and throw a warning message about the parking assistance being faulty. But if you have cut any of the ECU CAN wiring then you can cause faults in the network as I described that can cause multiple network errors.