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Old 11-13-2007, 10:44 AM
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Default Code P1590 ABS HDC TC

I just had my front brake pads and rotersreplaced. My ABS HDC& TC lights have been on for a couple of months now. They came on when I was off roading and my front brakes slipped a little after going through water.

The shop that replaced did my brake work a reputable Jaguar shop that services my two Jaguars, said that error code P1590 was the fault that was causing the errors and lighting the warning lights.

What is error code P 1590?

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Old 11-13-2007, 12:29 PM
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I just had my front brake pads and rotersreplaced. My ABS HDC& TC lights have been on for a couple of months now. They came on when I was off roading and my front brakes slipped a little after going through water.

The shop that replaced did my brake work a reputable Jaguar shop that services my two Jaguars, said that error code P1590 was the fault that was causing the errors and lighting the warning lights.

What is error code P 1590?

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GENERAL AND PROPRIETARY EMS CODES (See below for Gearbox Codes)









P Code
J2012 description
Land Rover description



P0101
Mass or volume air flow circuit range/performance problem
Load monitoring, the ratio of throttle position to air flow



P0102
Mass or volume air flow low input
MAF signal < minimum threshold, which is speed dependent



P0103
Mass or volume air flow circuit high input
MAF signal > maximum threshold, which is speed dependent



P0112
Intake air temperature circuit low input
Intake air temperature signal less than minimum threshold, after time for exhaust to warm up



P0113
Intake air temperature circuit high input
Intake air temperature signal greater than maximum threshold



P0116
Engine coolant temperature circuit/range performance problem
Signal differs too much from temperature model for longer than 2.53s



P0117
Engine coolant temperature circuit low input
Open circuit or short circuit to battery supply



P0118
Engine coolant temperature circuit high input
Short circuit to earth



P0122
TPS a circuit low input
Signal < minimum threshold



P0123
TPS a circuit high input
Signal > maximum threshold



P0126
Engine thermostat defective
Difference in radiator and engine coolant temperatures too small



P0130
O2 sensor circuit malfunction (bank 1, sensor 1)
Front sensor LH bank stoichiometric ratio outside operating band



P0132
O2 sensor circuit high voltage (bank 1, sensor 1)
Front sensor LH bank short circuit to battery supply



P0133
O2 sensor circuit slow response (bank 1, sensor 1)
Front sensor aged - period time too long/too short LH bank



P0134
O2 sensor circuit no activity detected (bank 1, sensor 1)
Front sensor LH bank open circuit



P0135
O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1, sensor 1)
Front sensor heater LH bank - short/open circuit



P0136
O2 sensor circuit malfunction (bank 1, sensor 2)
Rear sensor LH bank stoichiometric ratio outside operating band (NAS only)



P0137
O2 sensor circuit low voltage (bank 1, sensor 2)
Rear sensor LH bank short circuit to earth (NAS only)



P0138
O2 sensor circuit high voltage (bank 1, sensor 2)
Rear sensor LH bank short circuit to battery supply (NAS only)



P0140
O2 sensor circuit no activity detected (bank 1, sensor 2)
Rear sensor LH bank open circuit (NAS only)



P0141
O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 1, sensor 2)
Rear sensor heater LH bank - short/open circuit (NAS and EU-3 only)



P0150
O2 sensor circuit malfunction (bank 2, sensor 1)
Front sensor RH bank stoichiometric ratio outside operating band



P0152
O2 sensor circuit high voltage (bank 2, sensor 1)
Front sensor RH bank short circuit to battery supply



P0153
O2 sensor circuit slow response (bank 2, sensor 1)
Front sensor aged - period time too long/too short RH bank



P0154
O2 sensor circuit no activity detected (bank 2, sensor 1)
Front sensor RH bank open circuit



P0155
O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 2, sensor 1)
Front sensor heater RH bank - short/open circuit



P0156
O2 sensor circuit malfunction (bank 2, sensor 2)
Rear sensor RH bank stoichiometric ratio outside operating band (NAS only)



P0157
O2 sensor circuit low voltage (bank 2, sensor 2)
Rear sensor RH bank short circuit to earth (NAS only)



P0158
O2 sensor circuit high voltage (bank 2, sensor 2)
Rear sensor RH bank short circuit to battery voltage (NAS only)



P0160
O2 sensor circuit no activity detected (bank 2, sensor 2)
Rear sensor RH bank open circuit (NAS only)



P0161
O2 sensor heater circuit malfunction (bank 2, sensor 2)
Rear sensor heater RH bank - short/open circuit (NAS and EU-3 only)



P0171
System too rich (bank 1)
Multiplication injector adaptive fuelling - rich limit exceeded LH bank



P0172
System too lean (bank 1)
Multiplication injector adaptive fuelling - lean limit exceeded LH bank



P0174
System too rich (bank 2)
Multiplication injector adaptive fuelling - rich limit exceeded RH bank



P0175
System too lean (bank 2)
Multiplication injector adaptive fuelling - lean limit exceeded RH bank



P0201
Injection circuit malfunction - cylinder 1
[font=arial]Injector 1 open circ
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:32 PM
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Default RE: Code P1590 ABS HDC TC

That code is a rough road signal. Have the codes re-set and you will be ok on that one.

Your lights aren't on from that. Unless your shop had a Testbook compatible scanner that can get into the system and read the ABS and ECU codes, all you are going to get is OBD2 codes. Call them back and see what type of scanner they used. If it isn't a Rovacom or Autologic or something like that, they can't read the ABS codes that are setting off the lights, or re-set them.
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Old 11-21-2007, 03:57 PM
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Default RE: Code P1590 ABS HDC TC

My independent Jaguar shop reexamined the ABS system and found a dirty contact on one of the wheel sensor connectors. They cleaned the contact and reset the system. So far so good. Hopefully this inexpense fix will solve the problem.

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Default RE: Code P1590 ABS HDC TC

Oh my...the dirty wheel sensor!

I got my '04 Disco w/ 23,000mi back from Land Rover yesterday. I had the Brake/ ABS/ TC & Hill Descent lights on. Shop said it was missing the left front wheel speed sensor and replaced it with an improved harness?

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