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Old 12-13-2008, 11:28 AM
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HPFP-OBD Code P3090?

I've had the car (e92) go into limp mode twice. Once last night and once today. The code being given is P3090, but I can't seem to find what the code is. Tried the search function here and google. The only thing I've found is what I think is in German, "P3090 Signal von Standheizung nicht erkannt" and babelfish translates this as "P3090 signal of Standheizung not recognized".

I think it's the HPFP. Upon starting the car it cranks for a few seconds first and than starts. My car is a Sept. 08 build. Anybody else run into this fault code? I have to wait till Monday to make an appointment.
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