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The owner's manual should have code information if it is equipped for self diagnosis, Like the Chrysler (Limp mode self diagnostic system)
Chrysler and some Mitsubishi models prior to the split, Those codes can be found @ Allpar.com or the manufacturer's website for most others, If a friend or someone you know lets you borrow a code reader, plug in after you set the parameters and the code you read might be different for that model but should lead to a solution.
I know from experience that you cannot really re synch these fobs on the LDV Maxus vans.
What actually is the fault is an onboard component on the pcb has failed and we normally just replace that with a new one..the fob will be tested for operation and sent back. OR its the Relay in the ESA unit - under the left hand front glovebox on the bulkhead - black with cables going into it. We have those relays (soldered to the pcb) we can supply those or do the work for you. The fob connects to that ESA and the unit then fires the relays to open/close the doors. Sometimes that unit is installed upside down which causes water (condensation) to enter the box and have fun with your electrics.
The fob is SYNCHED to this unit via coding we can use your old fob to clone to a new fob and that will work with the ESA and the vehicle.
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Here is a link to how to program the fob to the vehicle via the programmer - NOTE how you MUST have a working fob to program another (text at the start of the video... LDV Maxus flv
We can fix most problems on the LDV Maxus that occur with faults to do with the Central locking/fobs/ESA/ETACS - three relays are in the ESA and they control ONLY the central locking - two more relays are in the ETACS unit (behind the ashtray) and they control the fogs and intermittant wipers.
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Hi have you had any joy finding fault I have the same problem with my Maxus. I've replaced endless stuff even main pump ,narrowed it down to crank position sensor.but sensor is fine there should be a 5v feed but there isn't one ,checked wire back to ecu and its ok. But carnt see it being fault on ecu van drives and performs great once running. Seems to be quite a common thing on these but no one seems to have an answer, if you have any joy with yours or need any questions over it you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org for number , cheers dave
the central locking can be programmed to either unlock and lock all of th edoors together or by opening the drivers door with the first press of the fob and then unlocking the doors with the 2nd press. the load doors will then lock after a pre determined time for security