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Car has been bulletproof up until EPC 1-5 and 6-10 started raising its head... First time was on start up a few months ago, sounded like one of the cylinder banks didn't start. Charged the battery and it seemed fine. Two weeks ago the same error came up after half an hour of driving and car went into limp mode with ESC and traction control lights came on. I bought an Obd2 reader and it has diagnosed error code P3028 and P3031. I really need some help from anyone who has experience with what the culprit could be.

Car is a 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo lp560-4.

Feedback would be hugely appreciated.
 

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Car has been bulletproof up until EPC 1-5 and 6-10 started raising its head... First time was on start up a few months ago, sounded like one of the cylinder banks didn't start. Charged the battery and it seemed fine. Two weeks ago the same error came up after half an hour of driving and car went into limp mode with ESC and traction control lights came on. I bought an Obd2 reader and it has diagnosed error code P3028 and P3031. I really need some help from anyone who has experience with what the culprit could be.

Car is a 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo lp560-4.

Feedback would be hugely appreciated.
 

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Hi guys,

So an update, I tried to start it while it was still showing the two above codes, it sounded like a diesel engine with revs all over the place. I reset the codes with my OBD2 machine. Fired the car up again and started perfectly, the ESC light came on but idle and everything was fine. If I slowly pushed the throttle the revs will climb and then hover around inconsistently for a bit. I read the faults and it gave 2 new faults P0113 (Intake air temperature sensor 1 circuit high bank 1), and P010C (Mass or volume air flow sensor B circuit Low).

Has anyone got any idea what component I should be changing? I was thinking the throttle bodies but now it seems like a different code?

Thanks.
 

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It would be a good idea if you can see what similarities there are between P3028, P3031, P0113 and P010C (like maybe the components are on the same circuit/wiring harness feed or share a common ground). I tried looking them up in the tables

Roger,
Thanks for posting the tables
 

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Thanks for the suggestion, I will have a look. Apologies, I forgot to thank you for the tables Roger!
 
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