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The three flashes indicate a fault code,are they three long or short flashes? A long flash is a ten and short is a one,so for instance if you have one long flash and two short ones that is fault code 12 if it was three short flashes that would be 3 ect... You will have to Google the fault code numbers to see what they mean ,ie fault code 21 could be oxygen sensor fault.
i have a meriva and battery light comes on and spedometer drops to zero then flickers i have changed alternator and still same problem sometimes car wont start fault codes are u2105 u2103 b1484 u2104 i have been told i need repair done on ecu
Possible motor brushes, worst case scenario..motor fault. Put the dial to off, hold the start button whilst turning selector one click left to 30 easy care, turn the dial to 40 cotton (without going thru the off ie all the way round anti clockwise) press start. This will activate the motor test, if you get two lights flashing separated by a led that is off this is a motor fault. (Not necessarily the motor complete, also will indicate loss of contact in the brushes). If it is a model with a display it may show F05. Happy hunting.
You will need to extract the fault codes from your vehicle's computer, as follows:
1) Turn ignition key: ON, OFF, ON OFF, ON (leave in ON position)
2) The Check Engine light (CEL) should start flashing
3) Read codes as follows:
- First group of flashes indicate 1st digit of code (followed by short pause)
- Second group of flashes indicate the 2nd digit of code (followed by short pause)
Note: a long pause separates each fault code, then codes will repeat again
count the number of flashes- this indicates fault ie will flash 4 times stop, flash 4 times stop. To clear fault, hold start button for 3 secs. Try running another fast cycle- if fault reoccurs count flashes: Number of flashes:1=NTC fault, 2=Flood switch activated, 3=Heating fault, 4=drain fault, 6=water inlet fault, 7=flow meter fault, 8=water level fault
HI IT ALL DEPENDS ON WHICH LIGHTS ARE FLASHING AS DIFFERENT LIGHTS ARE DIFFERENT FAULT CODES I HAVE A FAULT CODE LIST BUT UNFORTUNATLEY ITS AT WORK & IM NOT BACK IN TILL FRI SO IF YOU CAN HANG FIRE TILL THEN I MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP YOU OUT