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Just stop working one day i have checked tdc sensor but had a new one and still no joy . checking the immobiliser is another tricky thing as i cant find it.?!! was gonna look for the ecu 36 pin plug but thing sometings up with the immobilizer need help fast.
Have a mechanic check ur positive power cable that goes from the starter to the battery. Thats usually causes a no start on a vehicle. Good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I checked all grounds by disconnecting and reconnecting, also read them out with multi meter all is good. I read out cam and crank sensors for resistance and they checked good. I noticed that in a lot of the circuitry the ecu and starter relay are involved...... I like you are skeptical that all the sensors are all bad at one time. When I first started the trouble shooting I found the O2 sensor had a wire burnt in half and I repaired it. I of course checked all fuse again. When I purchased the car it had a check engine light and the codes that popped where the knock, O2, and purge solenoid senor. All other sensor that have popped are new. Every document I go to still goes back to the Cam and Crank position sensors. What are your thoughts? Could any of the sensors be bad even though they read good on resistance? Jim
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
hold the central locking button down on the centre consul inside the van for more than 5 seconds the doors should lock Then unlock,then press the key fob within ten seconds the doors will lock and unlock again this will re- program the key code
good luck jk
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard .
Then please quote the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING.
Also confirm the MAKE of CAR it is fitted into.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Most common cause is a failed indicator relay. Just swap it with a known good one to confirm whether it's faulty but ensure it's correctly rated for your Kangoo.
After that, the next most common causes are more expensive: the indicator switch and the hazard light switch.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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