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    Bad wire shorting out boost sensor?

    After two years and four replaced boost/pressure sensors, my local dealer may think theyve found the cause: a previously repaired wire which wasnt repaired properly, and is causing the sensor (s) to short and fail, thereby throwing the p006D and P1185 codes.
    Sound reasonable? I was always a believer in the fact that the sensors werent the problem, as the car continued to drive well, boost worked, etc. Then the CEL would go out, then it would come back, etc.
    Anyone else had this problem?
    Theyre holding the car to continue testing the computer control for any other errors, etc. Any other things they should try?
    Other than the transmission going out at 6K, these sensors are the only problem Ive had.
    Previous owner had it in once for an AC fault as well - maybe when the wire was damaged?
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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    Well, that want it. Attempt five, FAILURE.

    P1185 code is back, less than 200 miles since a week at the dealershipl

    FIAT Cares - can FCA buy this lemon back from me
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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    I’m not sure if Fiat will buy back a used 2nd owner car. Might want to check that out. Your car is still under factory warranty. I wonder why the first owner traded that car in?

    https://www.lawyers4lemons.com/what-...turer-buyback/
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    lol, yeah - I know, Im just blowing off frustration steam. Original owner sold it with 1700 miles used, far less than would realistically be needed to know the car was a junker.
    Im hoping the dealership starts taking this seriously, aka stop fixing the cheap, easy stuff, and start getting serious. Or else
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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    I would honestly start the lemon claim with the state now, and give the dealership the ultimatum on your next visit. These things take forever as you already know.
    The site linked previously said a car is a lemon if a life endangering defect persists after 2 attempts at repair, or 4 attempts at repair for the a non life threatening defect. It also says there is a limitation of 18 months or 18k miles whichever comes first. It has to be for the same issue, so in making the claim, I would make your case on the persistent error code and put the burden on the dealership. Otherwise they can try to say it was different repairs for different issues and buy themselves more time.
    At the very least the lemon claim shows them you are serious about this issue, and additionally you can argue that when this car does have to get smogged in the future, a CEL is an automatic failure.
    Also I think 200 miles is around the miles it takes for the ecu to throw the code again after doing its tests, they would have cleared codes after their "repair."

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    I dropped it off again today, for what - the sixth time in two years? I mentioned to the service manager to really try hard this time and find the cause, because I’m running out of options where I otherwise would have to start a Lemon Law investigation. I’m sure he was broken up.
    lol. As great as these cars are, the one thing that seems to have killed the company a second time in North America will be service.
    2017 500 Abarth, manual trans, NAV, Beats, Sunroof, 17" wheels, everything. But no mods. None, nada.

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