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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DTC 63 Will Set When
No voltage is supplied by the ECM through the EST “B” line while reference pulses are received by the ECM from the crankshaft position sensor
check white wire terminal B on ignition coil to ECM terminal C14 for open circuit or short to ground while disconnected if thats ok check for voltage signal at B while cranking no signal ECU faulty. voltage signal also on A terminal while cranking and check earth terminal C to body no higher than 5 Ohms
power is terminal D 12V
if getting power, earths good, and both signal voltages are going into coil pack, coil pack is faulty.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Radio code has no bearing on the immobiliser at all.
Normally it is down to the key not recognised. Are you using the same / usual key as before? If not then try original or another key as it may be the transponder in the key you are using.
If same key or no joy then remove the lower Black plastic steering cowls on the column (normally 3 or 4 screws) you will expose the barrell assy, on the end of this you'll see the transponder pick up ring. Disconnect from loom, apply silicone grease to pins and reconnect then try starting.
If still no joy, disconnect positive terminal off the battery, touch the lead to an earth point for 2 to 3 seconds to defuse and reset ECU, reconnect and try again.
If still noy joy you will need a garage as special reading equipment is required.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
You first need to pull the plastic cover off the valve cover (top of motor) you will see 4 plug wires going strait into the top of the engines valve cover, carefully wiggle and twist and pull on each plug boot then use a 3/8" drive 5/8" spark plug socket and a 6" extension to access the spark plugs. Tip: If you leave the rubber gripper inside the plug socket it may be difficult to retrieve socket from new plug.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2012
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