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Old 20-11-17, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default 1.6 HDI Non starter – no crank

Hello,

Can anyone help with this issue please? Sorry for the long post but I’ll try to give all the info.

Key is recognised with door open. Lights up dash on ignition as usual, when attempted to start the bsi clicks but starter doesn’t engage.

Starter has been tested by running 12v to the white cable on 5 pin multiplug in engine fusebox. Turns over fine but wont fire.

Connected with diagbox and when running global test it cannot connect to

Engine management ECU - No communication
ABS ECU – ECU not recognised (I think this may be my version of diagbox.)

Other codes are
F015 No communication with ECU
9528 Absence of command of starter
F9A0 Starter control relay fault
7155 Coolant Temperature data fault
7151 Engine speed data fault
U1108 Communication missing fault with engine ECU
U1308 Engine ECU operating fault
P0562 ECU supply undervoltage fault

Now I have access to another car with the same 110 engine. I have tried the ECU from faulty car in working car, global test can identify and communicate with the ECU. I also tried ECU from working car in faulty car but still no communication. So wiring fault?

I have popped the engine fusebox out, looks dry, checked all multiplugs for corrosion/water, checked earths.

Are these errors pointing to engine fusebox replacement or maybe ecu/bsi fault?

Thanks for any help
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Old 20-11-17, 01:01 PM   #2
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Have you checked the starter fuse in the underbonnet fusebox sounds like a power supply or earth issue to me.

If your other car is capable of running and your quick you can actually run it on the broken cars ecu you need to start the good car and turn off swap the ecu within 30 seconds and the car will start on the wrong ecu for testing purpose i doubt the ecu is faulty but this will remove any doubt in your mind i have done this in past but you must be quick or bsi will resend lock command
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Old 20-11-17, 01:26 PM   #3
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Thanks I'll do that test later and report back.

Yes I tested the fuse F8 and it looked fine and passed continuity test
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Old 20-11-17, 06:34 PM   #4
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Its now running. Before I swapped the ecu to test I found that the engine bay fuse box's even though they different part numbers are inter changeable.

Service box lists 3x part numbers against both car vins. Swapped and it fired straight away.

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That was to be my next suggestion
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Old 21-11-17, 11:47 AM   #6
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Thanks for taking the time to reply anyway
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