Question about Mini Cars & Trucks
I have a teletype Lara's. Mini ll and it goes out randomly like once every month and then twice in one week then ok for few weeks. Re lite the pilot lite and then ok again for a while. What could be the problem be?I have had it serviced, cleaned Problem still there
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
over sensitive sensor in the car could set it off randomly... bonnet boot, door handles.. one of the motion sensor thingiis, if fitted. the beeper issue could be the position of the incoming sensor of the alarm it self.. if it is an imboliser as well then there is whole other range of issue.. turn it off or at least disconnect the siren.. or you could just pay some one way too money to fix the problem for ya... good luck
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
You will need scanned the ABS Module to know exacvtly what fault code is stored there; with this copde number we could send you othyer details to solve it. Generally is the Speed Wheel sensor go to bad or loss connections.
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Posted on Jan 25, 2012
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Hello! The trouble code is telling us that the voltage to the Camshaft Positioning Sensor (CMP) is low...The connector that plugs into the sensor could be open, the sensor itself defective or low battery input to the sensor...See diagrams below as to sensor location...Lets eliminate...The wire colors in the CMP plug are...Pink...Black/White...And Light Blue/Black...If you connect a voltmeter to the Pink wire you must read 5 volts...Push a safety pin into the rear of the in-place connector into the Pink wire so it contacts the pin that the wire is crimped to...(+) probe of meter clipped to that pin and (-) probe to bare metal chassis ground...Key on...Meter set to read 5 volts...If 5 volts is present that eliminates a battery fault...Next push the safety pin into the Light Blue/Black wire...Turn on key...(+) probe to that pin...Should read about 2.4 volts...If you read nothing, or less than 1 volt the sensor is defective OR the connector pins to it are fouled...Pull plug and inspect both male/female pins for oil...corrosion...etc...Radio Shack sells a product called DeOxit...It's the best (no touch) spray contact cleaner...Send results...PS...Best meter to use is a digital one...$20...Guru...saailer
Remove engine cover:
CMP at top of drawing with timing chain cover removed for clarity...
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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