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51 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 5:22 pm

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I think Ive found out why the fault code check it's working!

The fuse for "engine control" has blown. I've got a feeling it will blow again if I replace it because it had a 15 amp fuse in it instead of a 10 amp fuse so looks like somebody has put a higher rating fuse in to try to stop it blowing fuses.

I noticed half the fuses in the car are the wrong rating, there were a few 15 amp fuses where there should be 10 amp fuses Rolling Eyes

52 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 5:23 pm

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I'll put a 10 amp in and see what happens and I will report back

53 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 5:35 pm

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I've sorted that out, it's doing the fault code check now Smile unfortunately though when I did it, the piece of metal I sussed to bridge the 2 pins snagged when I pulled it out and I accidentally cleared the codes before I got chance to read them! Rolling Eyes
I'll have to run it for a bit and then fault code check it again lol

54 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 8:11 pm

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I put a rocker  switch into mine with two wires bridging the pins that way i only have to flick the switch and bammmm shes fault finding ....


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55 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 8:17 pm

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I find a pair of tweezers does the trick nicely but a toggle switch is a brilliant idea Leighton


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56 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 8:22 pm

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Yeah I'm liking the title switch idea, makes things nice and easy. Darren's given me a little peice of metal to use on mine that's the perfect size so I'll just keep that in my ashtray from now on  thumbsup 

57 Re: Fault code check not working??? on 24th April 2014, 8:51 pm

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I used to keep a paper clip in my ashtray but since i carved it up to fit my boost controller i thought i best do something else .... hence the switch  Wink


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