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Old 15th February 2019, 12:23   #31
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hi artic the punp was the electric fuel pump came from euro parts but it works fine I have half a tank of fuel regards harry
Have you or anyone checked the regulator O-rings ? but then again you say it wont start with easy start either, but do not rule out the regulator O-rings, and check the wires under the fuse box in the engine bay, that as already been stated.
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Old 15th February 2019, 14:57   #32
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The can messaging error is a red herring as it relates to traction control which Harry's car doesn't have.

What were the other fault codes Matt?

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Hi Brian I canít remember to be honest but one was p1605 and like said was bulbs canbus and glow plug relay so Iím gonna change all the usual stuff
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Old 20th February 2019, 13:32   #33
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cable tie will be back to me soon, but just noticed engine management light not on when you switch ignition on,any bearing on the problem, regards harry
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cable tie will be back to me soon, but just noticed engine management light not on when you switch ignition on,any bearing on the problem, regards harry
Nope, yours is a pre EOBD compliant ECM Harry, and doesn't self check the EML lamp.

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many thanks to all who made suggestions,and thanks to cable tie and brian it is on the road again,once again thanks to all,if you want to know what was wrong ask matt or brian,as I still don't have a clue,what a wonderfull thing this forum is regards harry
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well done Guys ....so what exactly caused he non sarting ??
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many thanks to all who made suggestions,and thanks to cable tie and brian it is on the road again,once again thanks to all,if you want to know what was wrong ask matt or brian,as I still don't have a clue,what a wonderfull thing this forum is regards harry
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good news then I am sure one or the other will post up what the solution was
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The serial security EEprom on Harry's ECM was faulty

It is the only thing not tested when an ECM is sent for testing, as I pull the original EEprom from the DDE4 and substitute for a virgin one to pair the ECM to my test car for a real time test.

When Matt went to see Harry after I'd given his ECM a clean bill of health, and the car was still not starting with his T4, and read the fault codes, I diagnosed the problem there and then.

The immobiliser was posted to me along with the ECM, I fitted a new security EEprom, and paired the two together.

This is as rare as it is possible to be in terms of fault, as I've experienced only one other fault identical to this in the past twelve years

Anyway, all is good and Harry is up and running

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The serial security EEprom on Harry's ECM was faulty

It is the only thing not tested when an ECM is sent for testing, as I pull the original EEprom from the DDE4 and substitute for a virgin one to pair the ECM to my test car for a real time test.

When Matt went to see Harry after I'd given his ECM a clean bill of health, and the car was still not starting with his T4, and read the fault codes, I diagnosed the problem there and then.

The immobiliser was posted to me along with the ECM, I fitted a new security EEprom, and paired the two together.

This is as rare as it is possible to be in terms of fault, as I've experienced only one other fault identical to this in the past twelve years

Anyway, all is good and Harry is up and running

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Thank you for posting up the solution did you get my PM last week about a T4 reading I had on a family friends car ? email also sent
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