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That's correct, it is connected to the right ECU only.
If all is OK, the right ECU enables the start of the left ECU also through the CAN bus.
Not just jumpers, it's a small ECU by itself, which functionnaly takes place in-between the alarm ECU and the engine ECU.
It manages encrypted...
Impressive work Ian !! Thanks a lot !!! How many days have you spent on them ??
BTW I can confirm that your diagram between connectors 16H and...
Amazing work Ian !! Thanks !!
Here is the full pinout of the ECUs :
Most probably, tout siren is dead, or at least its battery.
Dont you have the red LED continously on when the car is started ?
Have a look at fuse #74 (see below).
You siren may have blown it when you reconnected the battery.
On our V8, the cam lobes are 90° apart on each camshaft. If you try to turn such a camshaft by hand (no belt), you will find that it can stay fix...
It's all due to where the cams stop in their cycle.
Depending on the stop position, the valve springs create a torque on each cam in one direction...
You have a PM.
Same for me. Great experience with Phil at R-Tuned.
I have for sale a Ferrari 360 instrument cluster.
It is in very good working conditions, including backlight. Only to mention 2 very small marks...
If you want to bleed the clutch only (ie. not the actuator) you don't need any tool at all.
Just start the engine !! That makes the TCU to open,...
EEPROM has not been read properly !!
From my experience, yes ! Better to check the tension at TDC. The tension in the different parts of the belt is very dependent on where the...
PM sent, Jonas.
None !! Number #4 is physically at TDC but not ready for leak down as valves are opened.
You will have to rotate the crank by 90° each time to go...
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Why would you want starting from a 430 TCU ? There are other solutions leading to the exact same result.
I can provide you with a TCU...