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System Fault Workshop code Key Icon

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Last week I got a fault code on my dash that showed a Key Icon and the phrase System Fault Workshop. No problem with driving and it occured with both keys.

I took it into the dealership and they told me that it was the Ignition Control Module but they had to order the part. I got my car back while waiting for the part to come in and noticed that I don't have the fault code appearing anymore! So what should I do? Was the part really defective or was it some random computer glitch that was cleared when the tech hooked up the computer to my car?

My service invoice stated "63508 at Technical Inspection. Technician found ignition control module with internal open circuit."

I'm a bit confused, if the part is really defective, shouldn't it keep showing the System fault message?

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52 minutes ago, KELVIN12382003 said:

hello, I have the same problem. how did you fix this problem?






Wow this is the fourth message you have posted about the same issue.

You need to re-read the board Guidelines/Rules: (that you agreed to when you registered here) -- "Please post your messages in one forum only. Crossposting, double posting, triple posting, etc. are all a waste of time and valuable resources. If you post the same message in multiple times or in multiple forums, we will delete the ones we feel are inappropriate."

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