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Dal118

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PostPosted: Thu 19 Apr, 2012 1:11 pm Reply with quote
I have a 52 reg 1.9 diesel partner van with some electrical problems im not sure if the problems are related but they are.
• my alternater not charging the battery, battery warning light not lighting up at all

•instrument panel on the dash. Temp gauge moves to zero then doesn't move up. The speedo and revometer doesn't work. Out of
The warning lights only the airbag, dipped headlights, fog lights, stop light, oil light and handbrake light work about a third. Indercaters work outside the van but don't come up on the dash. Digital clock and miles doesn't work. I got a second hand instrument panel and put it in had all the same problems but the clock worked.

• Radio doesnt work someone has fitted a new one well I say new it's a cassette so it must have been a while ago I just thought I'd mention it incase it's linked.

• the heater blower doesn't work it comes on when the engine revs to a certain point I can get it to stay on if I hold the revs. I'm not sure what revs as the rev meter doesn't work.

I've checked the earths cleaned them aswel. Can someone please help me locate the problem as all the garages I've bin to wanna charge me loads and say they might not even find out the problem. I had a fault reader plug in which came back with no faults. If someone can help thanks in advanced
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Re: Electrical problems

Firing

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Apr, 2012 5:52 pm Reply with quote
I have the same issues with a 2001 Partner 1.4l petrol. Although i'm not able to start at all as there is no spark at the spark plug, (ECU down). Only light in instrument panel working is oil pressure and airbag. Electrical windows, heater, etc not working. Have checked fuses in coupe and all ok, have check both wires going from ignition switch to fuse box and both ok, no voltage dropp when loading a circuit. Soon no more hair on my head after being frustrated so please post if you find a solution, will do the same. PS i got a pdf manual with wire diagram, let me know if u need. 92MB so ftp or dropbox is necessary
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Dal118

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Apr, 2012 9:17 pm Reply with quote
I posted the question on loads of websites I think it could be the bsi. Have u jump started your van. I have got a Haynes manual with the wiring diagrams but I don't think they are very good. If I could get the diagrams off you that would be great I am not very good with computers so I'll have to find out whether my laptop has got them things you just said thanks darren
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PostPosted: Thu 26 Apr, 2012 9:39 pm Reply with quote
Well I only have diagrams from Haynes myself so not much help there. I can turn the starter with the key, but no spark so no ignition. Engine control is on same fuse as instrument panel etc so I checked that, F2, 5amps, it was ok and I measured 12V on that fuse too when turning the key, although when measuring that I measured directly to chassis ground so it may be an issue of broken ground cable somewhere in the system. I'll check that tomorrow by ohming one of the relay socket ground connections. What do you mean by bsi? Anyway good luck with your car and I'll post updates if I find a solution.
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Dal118

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PostPosted: Fri 27 Apr, 2012 7:41 am Reply with quote
Bsi is like the ecu but it controls the lights electric windows/locks, most of the dash, radio and lots more. I've checked all wire earths and relays so everything points to the bsi. I've spoke to baa who can repair them and they have u jump started it which mine has and they said that the bsi quiet often gets confused there is a reset u can do which I found sometimes works but didn't on mine. U can find it on there website. They give me a rough price for repairing it's £35+vat for test, £100+vat for bsi repair, £50+vat for dash repair and £40+vat for them to pick the parts up and drop them back but they are in Rochester so if u live near there u can drop it off and save carriage charges hope that's helped
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PostPosted: Fri 27 Apr, 2012 9:16 pm Reply with quote
I narrowed down to the bsi myself. And agree on your comment regarding Haynes diagram, not worth paper it's printed on.. I live in Norway so Rochester is a few clicks away Smile also tried the reboot of bsi without luck so I'm looking for a used bsi and found one for approx £125.
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Dal118

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PostPosted: Sat 28 Apr, 2012 7:59 am Reply with quote
I didn't relise u could buy new ones as because they store ur mileage u have to get them programmed to ur van. Could u let me know where u can get the new one from so I can find out how what would be cheaper
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PostPosted: Sun 06 May, 2012 6:37 pm Reply with quote
Darren, The BSI offer mentioned earlier was simply pulling BSI from a wreck. milage etc would be wrong, but at least the car would start and run. Anyway we solved it short term by jumping a cable from the two wires coming from ignition to fuse box, (orange and yellow) and down to main feed (black and red) on BSI. This solved it for us, then we have asked for assistance from a specialist and awaiting answers. Will post when i know more. Also i've manage to find some better diagrams which i will try to scan and email you. Good luck Thomas
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