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Old 12th November 2007
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Default P1124 & 26... 2.5 V6..

So the 'Check Engine' light came to life the other day and a mechanic pulled P1124 and P1126 codes. He wasnt sure what they meant. A little search yielded..
P1124 Additive adaptation bank 1. Maximum value
P1126 Additive adaptation bank 2. Maximum value

I dont know what it means.. any ideas. The light came on when idiling, in rain. Its a 2.5 V6.

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So the 'Check Engine' light came to life the other day and a mechanic pulled P1124 and P1126 codes. He wasnt sure what they meant. A little search yielded..
P1124 Additive adaptation bank 1. Maximum value
P1126 Additive adaptation bank 2. Maximum value

I dont know what it means.. any ideas. The light came on when idiling, in rain. Its a 2.5 V6.

Appreciate your time
http://www.troublecodes.net/VW/96-00mot.shtml
I am sure that "adaptation" times are discussed on the OBD II forum. Myself, I have no idea other than the obvious..
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P1124 Additive adaptation bank 1. Maximum value
P1126 Additive adaptation bank 2. Maximum value

I dont know what it means.. any ideas.
Those are Saab Specific or Manufacture specific OBD2 codes for the Oxygen sensor system I believe. All OBD2 codes are grouped together when relating to a specific system and occupy a certain range of numbers, as shown below. P1100 to P1140 seem to all relate to the oxygen sensors, many references are made to Bank 1 and Bank 2, designating left and right sides of the engine. Did you add an additives to the fuel?

P1102 - Front HO2S Bank 1 Control Module Input Current In Preheating Circuit Too High
P1105 - Rear HO2S Bank 1 Control Module Input Current In Preheating Circuit Too High
P1115 - Front HO2S Bank 1 Control Module Input Current In Preheating Circuit Too Low
P1117 - Rear HO2S Bank 1 Control Module Input Current In Preheating Circuit Too Low
P1123 - Additive Adaptation Bank 1 Min Value
P1124 - Additive Adaptation Bank 1 Max Value
P1125 - Additive Adaptation Bank 2 Min Value
P1126 - Additive Adaptation Bank 2 Max Value
P1127 - Multiplicative Adaptation Bank 1 Min Value
P1128 - Multiplicative Adaptation Bank 1 Max Value
P1129 - Multiplicative Adaptation Bank 2 Min Value
P1130 - Multiplicative Adaptation Bank 2 Max Value
P1136 - Additive Adaptation Bank 1 Min Value Air/Fuel Mixture Too Rich
P1137 - Additive Adaptation Bank 1 Max Value Air/Fuel Mixture Too Lean
P1138 - Additive Adaptation Bank 2 Min Value Air/Fuel Mixture Too Rich
P1139 - Additive Adaptation Bank 2 Max Value Air/Fuel Mixture Too Lean
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Did you add an additives to the fuel?
No, i did not. I did fill up the tank the day before though.
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