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    Question Multiple Faults with a P0600 code

    I own a 2011 RSS with 22k miles, runs perfect, no previous trouble. I have a check engine, with a VSS, ABS, DPS Fault with multiple lights on, and the tach randomly drops to zero, but the motor seems to be running fine. It also has a P0600 code. I tried replacing the battery, but it still is showing the Faults. Seems to show more faults at lower speeds, not sure if that means anything. Any help would be appreciated.

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    The P0600 code says the ECM needs to be updated or replaced.
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    Thanks for the reply, would that cause all the fault codes I am seeing?

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    Since the ECM stands for electronic control module it is possible that a problem with the ECM could cause the other faults.
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    I had the P0600 code, together with U0126, U1101,U1150 & U1160 last year, and after 5 months at the dealership, it turned out to be a faulty spark plug lead. My 2011 RSS SE5 started to stall when hot, and when started straight after, had an increased RPM. I would suggest to check the resistance of the leads.

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