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    New to the forum but I am looking to diagnose some none check engine codes on my May 2012 500 Pop 5 Speed Manual.
    Specifically looking for :
    U3F00, P0002, P00FF, and B3DFF

    Would love to see the GM/Fiat codes for all responding modules however if they are available.
    The couple of sites I found w/ typical obd2 codes (even those which state they have specific Fiat codes) don't list these.

    Vehicle information:
    Model Year: 2012
    Make: Fiat
    Model: Pop
    Body type: 2 Door Hatchback
    Manufacturer: Chrysler de Mexic
    Prod. Seq #: 343393
    Engine Type: L4, 1.4L

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    Hey guys, new here and glad to be part of the forum! As with the majority of you all on this post, my 2013 Abarth suffers from an intermittent check engine light that I continue to get till this day. I've had numerous trips to the dealer in the past year where they are also stumped as to what the issue is (they've replaced bits here and there but to no avail). I used a obd2 reader and currently get code P1456. Anyone else getting this? Any insight helps, thanks.

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    I have a 2014 500l Trekking. Just got my first U11D5 code today at about 12k miles. I had the lightning bolt flashing and the check engine and check trans lights all come on. I was able to get the car home using the manual shift option(its an automatic) and couldnt clear 4th gear or 50 mile per hour. Found a fix that cleared the code. Turn the key on but dont start the engine. Wait for all the gauges to settle. Slowly press the gas pedal to the floor and slowly release the pedal back up. Turn the key off. Turn the car fully on(turn engine over). That cleared the lightning bolt. I still have the engine light to deal with. Still shows only the U11D5. I have had this car at the dealership about 3k miles before this for water getting into some electrical where I could not get the car out of park or N.

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    Hello all,

    Posted this on the main thread but wasn’t sure if this thread would be a better place for some help.

    thanks in advance.

    http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...532#post815532

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dvae74123 View Post
    Hello all,

    Posted this on the main thread but wasn’t sure if this thread would be a better place for some help.

    thanks in advance.


    I've seen and experienced several examples of nuisance codes due to intermittent grounding, particularly on 2012 and 2013 models. Under the battery battery tray, the main ground wires are attached to the 'frame', along with a braided ground strap that connects the engine through the transmission case. The grounds are not well protected from road grime, rain and (where there is) road salt. Plus the battery drain in the tray drains right over the ground connections.

    There are three ground connections. The corrosion is usually under the connections and not readily visible without removing the nuts for each of the connections. I recommend removing those connections, using Scotch Brite, or a wire brush to make the connections all shiny, then after bolting back together, coat the connections with grease.

    You'll be amazed how things settle down.

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    I own a Fiat 500 Sport. It has 137k miles on him. Lately I've had some issues when leaving my driveway. I live on a slight incline and notice that when I tap the gas you can feel a slight lose of power. Almost like it doesn't want to go any faster than 10 mph. The check engine light came on and the code reads P2096 (P2096 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean Bank 1). The mechanic I normally use said it was the O2 sensor downstream because it was reading funny on the OBD Scanner in the open/close loop readings. Later he said that it could be the Catalytic Converter. I went to get a second option and was told it not either of these. I'm so confused and don't want to fork out all of this money on a "It might be this or that" assumption. Does anyone have any advice or have dealt with this in the past?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mphs87 View Post
    I own a Fiat 500 Sport. It has 137k miles on him. Lately I've had some issues when leaving my driveway. I live on a slight incline and notice that when I tap the gas you can feel a slight lose of power. Almost like it doesn't want to go any faster than 10 mph. The check engine light came on and the code reads P2096 (P2096 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean Bank 1). The mechanic I normally use said it was the O2 sensor downstream because it was reading funny on the OBD Scanner in the open/close loop readings. Later he said that it could be the Catalytic Converter. I went to get a second option and was told it not either of these. I'm so confused and don't want to fork out all of this money on a "It might be this or that" assumption. Does anyone have any advice or have dealt with this in the past?
    Did you ever figure anything out on this? I too have a reoccurring P2096 code and am trying to narrow down what is causing it. Thanks In Advance!

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    P2096 can be hard to locate. It can be an O2 sensor or Cat, among other things, but the first thing to test is for vacuum leaks. Smoke tests are a way to locate for leaks. (Always start with the simple stuff first.)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4tzvu3qTAc
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5tiX2hyngU

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    Fiat 500 Gas Cap 52030377AB

    Quote Originally Posted by TheOps View Post
    Hey guys, new here and glad to be part of the forum! As with the majority of you all on this post, my 2013 Abarth suffers from an intermittent check engine light that I continue to get till this day. I've had numerous trips to the dealer in the past year where they are also stumped as to what the issue is (they've replaced bits here and there but to no avail). I used a obd2 reader and currently get code P1456. Anyone else getting this? Any insight helps, thanks.
    P1456: Evaporative Emission Control System Leak and/or [COLOR=#3C4043]Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit Low[/COLOR]

    Finally resolved this issue. It was the gas cap! I had initially bought an aftermarket replacement from Amazon. That was still throwing the fault so I was assuming it could've been something else (Vapor sensor, EVAP leak, etc. which are all plausible with this code). Then I got to thinking that it could just be a bad aftermarket gas cap. I bought the Mopar part (#52030377AB) and lo and behold, fault is gone! Cheers.
    Last edited by TheOps; 01-23-2020 at 05:08 PM.
    2013 Bianco Abarth "Bartholomew" | Bay to LA

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOps View Post
    P1456: Evaporative Emission Control System Leak and/or [COLOR=#3C4043]Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Circuit Low[/COLOR]

    Finally resolved this issue. It was the gas cap! I had initially bought an aftermarket replacement from Amazon. That was still throwing the fault so I was assuming it could've been something else (Vapor sensor, EVAP leak, etc. which are all plausible with this code). Then I got to thinking that it could just be a bad aftermarket gas cap. I bought the Mopar part (#52030377AB) and lo and behold, fault is gone! Cheers.
    Thanks for the Mopar parts no.

    Tedolph

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