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    2DC3 and 2E8D Codes: N54 Question

    Scanned for codes and saw these two in the list with a P in front of them (with COBB).

    Only thing I did recently was swap out my OEM LPFP for a new one that I did without disconnecting the battery a week ago. After the fuel pump install I scanned for codes and there were none, and also went WOT a few times with no codes post install.

    Control clamp 15, and Intelligent battery sensor signal transmission are the code descriptions, respectively. What I did today is cleared the codes, unplugged the battery, then reset ECU in COBB's menu and no codes have come back. I haven't driven it since.

    Any thoughts? Thanks guys.

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    Sounds like something wonky with the battery module. I would do as MAC says and see if they come back. If they don't, I wouldn't worry about it. Could have simply been from messing with the plugs around the pump. If they do come back, you may need some new parts for the battery module/sensor.
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    Sounds like something wonky with the battery module. I would do as MAC says and see if they come back. If they don't, I wouldn't worry about it. Could have simply been from messing with the plugs around the pump. If they do come back, you may need some new parts for the battery module/sensor.
    I must have missed this. Coded have not come back so I guess I'm all good. Thanks guys.

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