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  1. Fuse #1 from rear box location

    CRD Electrics / Electronics / Lighting
    Still no idea what you mean about the "100 diode". What you are saying doesn't make sense at all, what is the "100 diode" and what has it got to do with your fault. Fuse 1 supplies the following fuses in the rear box and according to the drawing nothing else. Fuse 14, 36, 38 and 44. So...
  2. Fuse #1 from rear box location

    CRD Electrics / Electronics / Lighting
    Your text is confusing. You mention Fuse 1 as being the problem then say its a diode. I assume you do mean the fuse and the problem has nothing to do with the diode ? Fuse 1 is probably a 100Amp fuse ? Which year car do you have ? Fuse 1 in the rear box splits to feed other fuses in the rear...
  3. Fuse 41 keeps blowing

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    Yes, it can be a nightmare when so much stuff is fed from 1 fuse. It would be so much better with a bigger fuse box and the circuits split up. Jack
  4. Fuse 41 keeps blowing

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    That's good news then. You may even have fixed the intermittent TPMS problem as well ? Jack
  5. Fuse 41 keeps blowing

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    May be worthwhile giving the wires a good inspection near the TPMS electrical connector. May be damaged a bit further back that the plug if it seemed OK for a while after moving the cables about. Alternatively, (After you've tried the Rear TPMS) you would need to disconnect splices which would...
  6. Code P0404, lights and limp mode

    CRD Exhaust / EGR
    Think if the EGR is fiddled, it flags up the MIL after 6 "bad trips". Some say they don't get the MIL up even with the EGR fiddled, but I reckon it should come up after 6 trips. Jack
  7. Fuse 41 keeps blowing

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    Yes that's right Paul. You can remove the front 2 modules easily, no need to remove the bumper. Just remove a few plastic rivets from the front wheel arch splashguard, remove the bolt holding the module and get your hand inside and remove the transponder complete with its electrical connector...
  8. Fuse 41 keeps blowing

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    Hi Paul, The fuse does supply all the items you identify but most of the items are modules which are safely tucked away in a good environment. The exception being the TPMS. Fuse 41 directly feeds the TPMS transponders which are underneath the car and in a harsh environment. If I were going...
  9. Code P0404, lights and limp mode

    CRD Exhaust / EGR
    Well done Dave. I don't know the correct place to post and don't think there is any particular guidelines. The Tech Tips section sounds logical to me. I would be interested to know if you think it runs smoother when you leave the EGR shut. Mine seems to run much smoother. Would also be...
  10. Limp Mode. Further damage ?

    CRD Faults & Error Codes
    Further progress in Exhaust section now. Looks as though youre well on your way to sorting it. Good luck Dave.
  11. Brake problems

    CRD Wheels / Tyres / Suspension / Brake
    Poss worth checking for leaks on the Vacuum supply pipe ? EDIT Seem to recall there is a place where they can sometimes rub through but not sure. Jack
  12. Code P0404, lights and limp mode

    CRD Exhaust / EGR
    Very interesting and well done. I would guess the drive/cam assy. may be geared and you probably would not be able to move it. Cant put a 12V signal on to check either as it works via pulse width modulation. Would be very interested in seeing your photo's and your "how to do". I still think...
  13. Code P0404, lights and limp mode

    CRD Exhaust / EGR
    If the only code you've got is the P4040 hopefully the 4.7K resistor will get it back to normal. I've got a 4.7K fitted in place of the EGR (Even though my EGR is not faulty) the car runs much better and cleaner without the egr recirculating all the rubbish. With the resistor fitted the MIL...
  14. Changing Oil Using A Pump

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    One important point is to measure the quantity of oil you get out and confirm you've got all the old stuff out. Jack
  15. R25 recall notice

    UK & Europe Regional Forum
    MY mate was offered a brand new drier delivered for £49 instead of repairs. Existing drier was about 9 years old. He jumped at it. Still not happened yet but I assume it will. All this happened without a visit and without any chasing by the customer. This is now a drier forum...
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