1997 Jaguar XJR Repair Question
Manufacture code mod $11 what does this mean?
P1314-Left Catalyst Damage, Misfire Detected
P1316-Misfire Rate Above Limit
Cylinder numbering begins at the front of the engine.
Check the fuel injector, make sure it's pulsing properly. Check the plugs and wires. Check compression. Compression Should be around 120-150PSI and not vary by 15% from highest to lowest.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Thank you for the quick answer! Does MOD $11 mean the same as the other codes. Can I just switch wires to see if its just the coil which is on top of the spark plug wire? Hope it's just the coil! Thanks again! Greer
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I don't know. I can't find any information concerning the mod $11 code.
PCM Mode Requests:
J1979 (Functional) supports modes $01 thru $0F
• Mode $01 - Request Current Powertrain Diagnostic Data
• Mode $02 - Request Powertrain Freeze Frame Data
• Mode $03 - Request Powertrain Diagnostic Trouble Codes
• Mode $04 - Request to Clear/Reset Diagnostic Trouble Codes
• Mode $05 - Request Oxygen Sensor Monitoring Test Results
• Mode $06 - Request On-Board Monitoring Test Results
• Mode $07 - Request Pending Powertrain Trouble Codes
• Mode $08 - Request Control of On-Board System, Test, or Component
• Mode $09 - Request Vehicle Information
J2190 (Physical) supports modes $10 thru $3F and $80 thru $BF
• Mode $10 - Initiate Diagnostics Operation
• Mode $11 - Request Module Reset
• Mode $12 - Request Diagnostic Freeze Frame Data
• Mode $13 - Request Diagnostic Trouble Code Information
• Mode $14 - Clear Diagnostic Information
• Mode $17 - Request Status of Diagnostic Trouble Codes
• Mode $19 - Request Diagnostic Trouble Codes by Status
• Mode $20 - Return to Normal Mode
• Mode $21 - Request Diagnostic Data
• Mode $22 - Request Diagnostic Data by PID
• Mode $23 - Request Diagnostic Data by Memory Address
• Mode $24 - Request Scaling and Offset / PID
• Mode $25 - Stop Transmitting Requested Data
• Mode $26 - Specifiy Data Rates
• Mode $27 - Security Access Mode
• Mode $28 - Disable Normal Message Transmission
• Mode $29 - Enable Normal Message Transmission
• Mode $2A - Request Diagnostic Data Packets
• Mode $2B - Dynamically Define Data Packet by Single Data Offsets
• Mode $2C - Dynamically Define Diagnostic Data Packet
• Mode $2F - Input/Output Control by PID
• Mode $30 - Input/Output Control by Data Value ID
• Mode $31 - Enter/Start Diagnostic Routine by Test Number
• Mode $32 - Exit/Stop Diagnostic Routine by Test Number
• Mode $33 - Request Diagnostic Routine Results by Test Number
• Mode $34 - Request Download - tool to module
• Mode $35 - Request Upload - module to tool
• Mode $36 - Block Transfer Message
• Mode $37 - Request Data Transfer Exit
• Mode $38 - Enter Diagnostic Routine by Address
• Mode $39 - Exit Diagnostic Routine by Address
• Mode $3A - Request Diagnostic Routine Results
• Mode $3B - Write Data Block
Where did you find that Wrenchtech?
Just a little research
I searched Mitchell-1
No, it was part of an instruction manual for a scan tool I found online.
Ahhh. I didn't search for scantool instruction sheets. Just the error code.
Those are not error codes. They are the various modes of the computer. Mode 6 is the one we are most familiar with for misfire data and other unprocessed data.