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Yesterday driving home from my holidays in france. On the way i already feel the car doesnt have that much power. I thought maybe the very high outside temp could be one reason.  Max speed which i got 240. thats a joke for a Turbo S.

When i had the warning on my display to take fuel i know there are many kilometers i can drive on the last liters. But what happend here i never saw before.  The display is showing the remaining km you can drive until your tank is empty.  I noticed that this number went down within some minutes from 90 to 40 km very fast. Even i was driving very careful during this short period. Never could be the car used that much petrol in some few minutes. I paniked almost because highway and no station so far. I take next exit and luckily found a gas station. 

I was thinking what was this. Some problems with the gauge. Some problems with fuel pumps?

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P0230 Fuel Pump Relay 1 Output Stage - Open Circuit/Below Limit/Above Limit

 

Possible cause of fault:
- Fuse FE14 faulty
- Fuel pump relay faulty
- Open circuit
- Short circuit to B+
- Short circuit to ground
- DME control module faulty

 

P2632 Fuel Pump Relay 1 Output Stage - Open Circuit / Below Limit / Above Limit

 

Possible cause of fault:
- Fuse FE13 faulty
- Fuel pump primary relay faulty
- Open circuit
- Short circuit to B+
- Short circuit to ground
- Vehicle electrical system control module faulty
- DME control module faulty

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