C2013, swapped ECU from a donor car and bleed the system then C2013 and C2016 codes came up. Replaced control valve and bleed the system again and C2013 and C2017 popped up. Replaced e-diff ECU with a unit containing updated software and C2013 popped up. Replace control valve again and rebleed the system, C2013 popped up. I have a copy of the dealer's service invoice if that would be helpful.
that would be awesome if you can post it
Here it is but please do not contact the dealer. He is very sensitive about the situation and might go back on our deal if he needs to replace the F1 system as Ferrari North America suggests.
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ok here is the scoupe!!
the f1 transmission pump feeds the e diff. and when the tech replace the solenoid valve and tried to make it work i have to believe that there is debris contamination from the f1 going into the e diff. you are dealing more a contaminated mechanical issue and the solenoid cannot do the proper operation to seal or open to hold or bleed off the pressure.
yeah the car is 8 yrs old with very low mileage. should this happen technically no but i do know a car that is not driven everyday is more prone to issues than a car that is driven each day.
here is the pic of the f1 trans with the ediff internal in the transmission
so i would try to fight to get the majority of the trans repair paid by Ferrari of America.
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