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I have a 2015 Cayenne Diesel.
Engine check light came on the other day. Durametric shows three fault codes:
23595/5C2B (warning indicator off …)
F20F400 Redictant Consumption too low factor flat code 9954…
9953/26E1 warning indicator off …
Does anyone know what these are? Also I can’t seen to erase any of them by Durametric

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41 minutes ago, Speedobird said:

I have a 2015 Cayenne Diesel.
Engine check light came on the other day. Durametric shows three fault codes:
23595/5C2B (warning indicator off …)
F20F400 Redictant Consumption too low factor flat code 9954…
9953/26E1 warning indicator off …
Does anyone know what these are? Also I can’t seen to erase any of them by Durametric

 

Reductant Consumption is the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) that is used to assist in converting leftover exhaust particles to harmless gases. Are you sure your DEF tank isn't empty?

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Thank you for your input. The Adblue was getting low a few days prior to this warning like last 100miles. This may have something to do with it but as it has been filled up, I’m not sure if there is any fix.

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8 minutes ago, Speedobird said:

Thank you for your input. The Adblue was getting low a few days prior to this warning like last 100miles. This may have something to do with it but as it has been filled up, I’m not sure if there is any fix.

 

I do not believe that the Durametric software supports this function, but you can check with them directly on that.  You may need to have a dealer do a code clear with the PIWIS.

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On 1/4/2021 at 2:39 PM, JFP in PA said:

As that engine is a VW variant, a VW shop with the VagCom should also be able to clear it.

 I will find time to take it the dealer. Appreciate your input.

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