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Punch in code light turns green,but no voltage at relay !

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No want to start,no light check engine on,


Maybe I can give a little help. Do you have the 4.0 liter straight six engine? This should apply as well if you have the V8 engine.

:...no check engine light...:With key on, does the light turn on? If not, it may not be getting power. Have to check that first, check all fuses in the under hood relay/fuse block. The check engine light should turn on with key in on position, just as an alert that the PCM is powered, and ready to work.

"...no electric to coil..." With key on, the dark green/black wire to the coil should have battery voltage. In that fuse/relay block will be a relay called an Automatic Shut Down relay (ASD relay). When the PCM turns this relay on, power is sent to the ignition coil on the green/black wire. The power feed for the ASD relay is fuse 2, a 20 amp fuse in the Power Distribution Center -the fuse/relay block under the hood.

So you have a couple of things to check: Make sure the PCM is powered. If it is, hold your finger lightly on the ASD relay while someone turns the key to on. You should feel it click on. If it does, but no power at the coil, check if fuse 2 is sending power to the relay, and check the green/black wire from relay to coil. If no relay action, possibly a bad relay, or the PCM is not turning the relay on.
Good luck. Let me know what you find.

Jan 04, 2014 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a herritage t101, it displays the Ls error and has no drive whatsoever but was working a few month back


The SCR lower board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to
their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always
be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a
treadmill malfunction. Here is a list of each LED and what it signifies:
MOTOR (yellow) - The MOTOR LED illuminates when dc (direct current) voltage is sent to the drive
motor. The LED gets brighter when the dc output is increased.
RLC (yellow) - The RLC (R = Reactance / L = Inductance / C = Capacitance) LED illuminates when
the filtering system is properly working. The filtering system includes the capacitor and filter choke. If
there is a short in either component then the RLC light will not come on.
DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are
functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high
voltage (110vac or 220vac) to the elevation motor.
AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is
delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR
LED.
+12V (green) - When the proper AC voltage is delivered to the treadmill, passes through the in-line
fuse/s, through the full wave bridge rectifier (changes AC to DC), through the transformer (steps down
DC to +12vdc) then the +12V LED lights.
This the board LED, who control the signal for Main Motor+Elevation Motor. You must see, the LED DN+ UP( both will be Lit) in any position down or Up.
2) The RELAY board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to
their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always
be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a
treadmill malfunction. Here is a list of each LED and what it signifies:
AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is
delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR
LED.
VDC (green) - The VDC LED will light when it receives DC voltage from the DC power supply.
DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are
functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high
voltage (110vac or 220vac) to the elevation motor.
UPSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display
board to the elevation UP relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.
DNSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display
board to the elevation DOWN relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.
BELTSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper
display board to the belt (motor start) relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.
SPD (yellow) - The SPD LED flashes on and off (relative to speed) when the speed sensor is
operating properly.
PWM (yellow) - This LED will light when the upper board is sending a speed signal to the PWM.
Both the PWM LED and BELTSW LED must be lit for belt movement.
Finally this this Relay Board, the Each Led will be Lit, for any Relai control for DN down, or UP elevation motor. Use the contact cleaner, you can find it in R .Shack.
see the diagram attached.
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Jan 14, 2013 | Exercise & Fitness

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I have a reebok crosswalk rt 5.0 treadmill. I can calibrate the incline and it goes up and down. however when you press the button to raise the incline the incline number will change but the machine does...


Step 1:

see this details and proceed according. God bless you

The SCR lower board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to

their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always

be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a

treadmill malfunction. Here is a list of each LED and what it signifies:

MOTOR (yellow) - The MOTOR LED illuminates when dc (direct current) voltage is sent to the drive

motor. The LED gets brighter when the dc output is increased.

RLC (yellow) - The RLC (R = Reactance / L = Inductance / C = Capacitance) LED illuminates when

the filtering system is properly working. The filtering system includes the capacitor and filter choke. If

there is a short in either component then the RLC light will not come on.

DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are

functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high

voltage (110vac or 220vac) to the elevation motor.

AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is

delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR

LED.

+12V (green) - When the proper AC voltage is delivered to the treadmill, passes through the in-line

fuse/s, through the full wave bridge rectifier (changes AC to DC), through the transformer (steps down

Step 2:

This the board LED, who control the DC to +12vdc) then the +12V LED lights.
signal for Main Motor+Elevation Motor. You must see, the LED DN+ UP( both will be Lit) in any position down or Up.

2) The RELAY board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to

their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always

be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a

treadmill malfunction. Here is a list of each LED and what it signifies:

AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is

delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR

LED.

VDC (green) - The VDC LED will light when it receives DC voltage from the DC power supply.

DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are

functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high

voltage (110vac or 220vac) to the elevation motor.

UPSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display

board to the elevation UP relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.

DNSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display

board to the elevation DOWN relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.

BELTSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper

display board to the belt (motor start) relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.

SPD (yellow) - The SPD LED flashes on and off (relative to speed) when the speed sensor is

operating properly.

PWM (yellow) - This LED will light when the upper board is sending a speed signal to the PWM.

Both the PWM LED and BELTSW LED must be lit for belt movement.
Finally this this Relay Board, the Each Led will be Lit, for any Relai control for DN down, or UP for elevation Motor. You must clean contact of the Relay with Special Spray(Radio Schack).

With this you must fix it.

Jan 07, 2013 | Reebok Exercise & Fitness

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Car is 00 skoda octavia 1.9 tdi when i turn on ignition the heater plug indicator light does not come on on full turn engine turns over as normal but will not start no error shown on diagnostics on further...


Hi,

I apologize for a delayed response as i was not at my desk.

Check to see if the fuel pump relay clicks when you turn the key on. If it doesnt click verify one terminal has constant ground if not you will need to run a new ground wire. If ground is good access pin 46 on connector 1 of the pcm to check for voltage if no voltage replace pcm if it has voltage replace green/white wire between pcm and relay. You can also first try to swap the relay with another one to see if that helps. If relay clicks then check the 15 amp fuel pump fuse and if blown replace. If fuse is good verify one terminal on the relay has voltage at all times and gray wire has voltage leaving relay when key is in crank position for for a few seconds when turned into on position. If gray wire leaving relay has voltage but not gray wire at fuel pump replace the wire.

Let me know,once you check the above.

Thanks and Regards
taran_2005

Nov 13, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2004 330ci won't start, does not turn over. The battery is fine, all electrical in the car work fine, plus trying to jump car does not work & a green light is showing on the battery in the truck....


If the battery is fine, why jump it? Faulty thinking to state or think: all electrical in the car work fine. If it did the starter motor would be turning the engine over. The starter motor work on electrical...not all is fine.

check: 1) 60a starter fuse/relay. 2) voltage to starter when turning key to activate starter motor, this will rule out ignition switch or relay. 3) apply direct voltage to starter motor to detect bad starter motor.

Jul 02, 2010 | 2003 BMW 330

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I need the code for sharp tv please


Configuring codes:
  1. Turn on the component that you want to set up. In the code listing find the 4-digit code numbers for your component brand.
  2. Hold the component key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  3. Release the component key.
  4. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  5. Within thirty seconds, enter in a 4-digit code number. The component key lights will blink with an upward motion when a code has been successfully entered. In this case proceed to step #5. If the code has not been successfully entered, the componment lights will not blink. In this case return to strep #1 and start over.
  6. Test code by pressing "Power" key. If the component turns off, you've got the right code. Follow the same instructions to set up your other components. If the component doesn't turn off, return to step 2 and use the next 4-digit code listed. Note: If none of the codes turn your component off, try the Auto Code Scan function.

Auto Code Scan:
    The Auto Code Scan feature allows you to set up your components without having to enter in code numbers. The Jensen will do the work for you! (It may take a few minutes to find your code using this method.)
  1. Turn on the component that you want to set up.
  2. Hold the component key down until the light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  3. Release the component key.
  4. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  5. Press "0" - "9" The green light will blink as codes are sent.
  6. As soon as the remote turns your component off, press the "action" key. (You have 1 second in which to press the "action" key to save the code.) The component key lights will blink with an upward motion when a code has been successfully entered. The component is now programmed. To find that code, proceed to Code Readback.
  7. If none of the codes turn your component off, return to step 2 and start over.

Code Readback:
  1. Hold the component key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  2. Release the component key.
  3. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  4. Press the "enter" key.
  5. Count the number of times the green light blinks. There will be four numbers, separated by a two second pause. The red light will tum off after the remote is finished reading numbers back. Make sure you write the code number below for future use!

Multi-Component Power On/Off:
    The Jensen remote has the ability to turn On/Off multiple components at once. When you perform the following steps, you can turn On/Off the TV, VCR, Satellite, Cable Box and Audio Receiver.
  1. Press the "action" key.
  2. Press the "power" key. Note: This feature does not work for DVD and CD.

Volume Priority Punch-Through:
    When you press the volume keys on the remote they will control the volume on your TV. If you have a home theater system and want the volume keys to control your receiver only, you may set your volume priority to the receiver.
  1. Hold the "RCVR" key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after about 3 seconds.
  2. Press "RCVR" key.
  3. Press "Vol+" key. To disable the volume priority you have to set and return to the default.
    To change back to TV priority:
  1. Hold the "RCVR" key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after about 3 seconds.
  2. Press "RCVR" key.
  3. Press "Vol-" key. The volume priority will now default to the TV volume.
hope this helps
Robb

Apr 22, 2010 | Jensen SC-570 Remote Control

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1999 Ford F250 won't start


probably the starter relay. Use a test light or meter and have some try to crank it over while testing the post of the relay which goes to the starter. If it doesn't light up or show voltage, then do the same thing with the terminal that comes from the key/switch. If it doesn't show voltage coming in from the key, then it isn't your relay, if it shows voltage coming in, but not going to the starter when the key is turned, then it is the relay.

May 05, 2009 | 1990 Ford F250

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