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2008 Audi A6 3.2L MIL Lamp on VIN: WAUAH74F28
Car came into shop with loud rattle at idle- chain slap. A new timing chain kit was installed. The timing was set and checked by a second technician. The chain guides were destroyed. Particles were removed from cam box, area of timing chain and oil pan. Ne... Trouble codes: P0341 (CPS Bank 1 Implausible Signal), P0366 (CPS Bank 1 Implausible Signal), P0346 (CPS Bank 2 Implausible Signal), P0391 (CPS Bank 2 Implausible Signal)
2008 Volvo XC90 3.2 3.2L Safety VIN: YV4CY98228
Customer brings vehicle in, dash states Passenger airbag disabled. Scanned all control modules, these are the relevant fault codes: CEM-1A51 - COMMUNICATION WITH THE SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM MODULE (SRS). SIGNAL MISSING. 127/1024/5 CEM-DF03 - CAN-H...

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2006 Jaguar S-Type R 4.2L A/C Compressor Clutch VIN: SAJWA03C36
Thanks for all of the help from everyone, after testing all suggested issues and finding no fault we ended up replacing the compressor with an OE part. Car has been gone a week and has not returned yet. Cross your fingers.
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