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i have a problem with my 2001 partner 600 van, when to start it the other day but failed to start, spayed easy start, started but sounded very rougth, there no glow plug lamp and the temp gauge did not move after having it running for half hour! check all fuse in the engine bay and under driver dash all fine, started looking at the glow plugs so change them still no joy then moved on to the glow plug relay, there are two wire one for the permant live and another for live that heats the plugs up, the permant live is there but no live for the glow plugs, open the relay box and press down on the contack tha makes the live for the glow plug to heat up and worked fine started on the button so i replaced the relay with a new one as well as change the temp sensor but still no joy, back to square one! could any one please help really stuck and don't know what to do next! ?
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Hmm..The relay is working but its not getting the feed to activate it...:confused:
If the temp sensor was faulty maybe it would think the engine is up to temp inturn it would not look to activate the glow plugs....:confused:

I think it will need to go for a diagnostic check and see if the temp sensor
is reading correctly.....where are you based as some members maybe able to help out...:)
Ron
 

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Hmm..The relay is working but its not getting the feed to activate it...:confused:
If the temp sensor was faulty maybe it would think the engine is up to temp inturn it would not look to activate the glow plugs....:confused:

I think it will need to go for a diagnostic check and see if the temp sensor
is reading correctly.....where are you based as some members maybe able to help out...:)
Ron

Hi had it put on the computor but could not talk to the engine ecu, talk to body ecu and keep coming up coolant temp sensor fault and comnnication error, put new temp sensor but code will not clear:( i am based in enfield, i need this sorted asap it a pain in the arse lol thanks
 

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Sounds like the engine ecu has gone ga ga or a wiring problem...:confused:
Is it running o.k. when you do get it started...??
Did you hit any floods in the last while..??
Ron.

when it running it runs fine, no floods think it may be a wireing faul but where do u start! thanks
 

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If you send me your vin number I'll see if i can find wiring diagrams..:)
What diagnostic equip was the van checked with...??
Ron.

will get it for you for tomorrow, scanner we used was snap on modis and texa txt, i put a split pin in the temp plug to see if the gauge moved but nothing and the switch is new and fuse is ok, when plug on the machine and when in to setting we could prob the gauge and glow plug light and both work but only overiding it useing the scanner! thanks
 

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So you actuated the glow plug light and the temp sensor gauge in the
bsi and it worked....hmm it is looking like the engine ecu is faulty but i'm not totally sure..:confused:
When i get the vin from you i'll see can i send you the electrical drawings for the glow plug relay to ecu and the temp sensor to ecu....:)
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So you actuated the glow plug light and the temp sensor gauge in the
bsi and it worked....hmm it is looking like the engine ecu is faulty but i'm not totally sure..:confused:
When i get the vin from you i'll see can i send you the electrical drawings for the glow plug relay to ecu and the temp sensor to ecu....:)
Ron.

the light come on and the gauge working but only when u bypass it useing the scanner! feck up one lol, got the dude vin vf35bwjyf60353152 thanks
 

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I have a look in awhile..I'm not sure if i can post electrical drawings here
as they are copyright...:confused:
If you want to send me your email i'll send on what i can get...:)
Ron

Here's some info on your van from servicebox....

Vehicle family Partner (M49)
AS RPO No 08848 FV 1 0182
Warranty Start Date 09/03/2001
Engine serial number 10 DXBQ 4023691
Gearbox serial number 20 TE49 2913991
General information
PRODUCT TYPE UTILITY VEHICLE
COMMERCIAL MARQUE/COMPONENT TYPE PEUGEOT
VEHICLE FAMILY PARTNER
SILHOUETTE SHORT VAN '600'
TRIM LEVEL LEVEL A
ENGINE DW8B DIESEL
TRANSMISSION BVM5
PAINT TYPE NON-METALLIC PAINT
INTERIOR TRIM TYPE DL CATHARE CLOTH
UPHOLSTERY COLOUR FR
GEARBOX (CHARACTERISTICS) BE3 L
ENGINE (TYPE) EW/DW
BADGE PARTNER

Vehicle characteristics
TRIM LEVEL LEVEL A
PAINT TYPE NON-METALLIC PAINT
INTERIOR TRIM TYPE DL CATHARE CLOTH
UPHOLSTERY COLOUR FR
GEARBOX (CHARACTERISTICS) BE3 L
STEERING EXCEPT POWER STEERING
SPEEDOMETER DRIVE TACHO TORQUE 19X17

Engine supply
ENGINE DW8B DIESEL
FUEL SUPPLY INJECTION
CYLINDER BLOCK (MATERIAL) CRANKCASE CAST IRON
FUEL DIESEL FUEL
EMISSIONS STANDARD (ENGINE) EEC 2000 DEPOLL (ENGINE)
PRE-FILTER ASSEMBLY WITHOUT PRE-FILTER
ENGINE (TYPE) EW/DW
CATALYTIC CONVERTER 3 PARTS CATALYST
OIL COOLER MNTG WATER/OIL EXCHANGER ON ENGINE
FUEL SUPPLY IMPROVEMENT W/O PETROL FEED IMPROVEMENT
CRANKCASE GAS CIRCUIT HEATING W/O HEATER CASING GAS CIRCUIT
POWER VARIATION (ENGINE) STANDARD POWER
REGULATION 70/221 (FUEL LEAKS) NO NON-RETURN VALVE
EOBD SELF-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM WITHOUT EOBD AUTO-DIAGNOSTIC
VEHICLE TECHNICAL DEPOLLUTION W4 VEHICLE TECHNICAL DEPOLLUTION
FAN 2 FANS , 1 RATE
FUEL VAPOUR RETRIEVAL WITHOUT PETROL VAPOUR RECUPERATION
INJECTION ASSOCIATED VARIANT MOUNTING LUCAS-DIESEL
 

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afaik i think you may need a set...but in the long run it maybe cheaper than
a new ecu....The last new ecu i priced for a picasso was €823+vat...:eek:
ended up getting the set from Nixons lisnaskea
Best thing to do is..
1)read/record the bsi configuration from the original.
2)fit secondhand ecu/bsi change key blade from old key to doner key.
Then it should be o.k....thats if the wiring is o.k...:)
Ron.
I'll email you what i can find...
 

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Thanks

I had a look at the twin fans today and saw there only i 1 relay in there but has holes for 3 relay! could it be a relay problem? thanks
 

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Dont think so as the relay is used for bringing in the fan...:confused:
If it was running o.k. before this fault started and nobody
removed the other 2 relays i'd say theres only 1 relay.

Were the electrical drawings any use to you...??
The can be difficult to make out so if you know a good spark they maybe able to help..:)
 

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Dont think so as the relay is used for bringing in the fan...:confused:
If it was running o.k. before this fault started and nobody
removed the other 2 relays i'd say theres only 1 relay.

Were the electrical drawings any use to you...??
The can be difficult to make out so if you know a good spark they maybe able to help..:)

Hi thanks for the email, i spoke to peugeot today and said there a black relay under the ECU controls part injection, and other items, rev counter, glowplugs, cooling fans is that true as i may try that next as they say it a common fault! thanks
 

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I'm not so familiar with partners....Thats Peugeot partners..:)
I'm sorry but i'm not a peugeot mechanic,just have access to servicebox and
wiring diagrams...:(
Have you access to another partner van so you could swap out a few parts to test...??

This maybe some good to you...

No spare van, thanks for the info, been reading on internet and seems this relay is a common fault i may pop to the scrapy monday and get one hope this is it lol thanks
 

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Dude do u have a wireing diagram the the fuel pump relay it 15 pin relay just want to see if any of the the wire link up to glow plug relay and coolant sensor! ? thanks
 
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