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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C Fault finding - Introduction Fault finding - List and location of components Fault finding - Operating diagram Fault finding - Features Fault finding - Role of components Fault finding - Defect and safe modes Fault finding - Replacement of components Fault finding - Configuration and programming Fault finding - Fault summary table Fault finding - Interpretation of faults Fault finding - Conformity check Fault finding - Status summary table Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses Fault finding - Parameter summary table Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters Fault finding - Command summary table Fault finding - Interpretation of commands Fault finding - Customer complaints Diagnostic - Fault finding chart 83A - 1 83A - 8 83A - 10 83A - 11 83A - 13 83A - 14 83A - 15 83A - 16 83A - 20 83A - 21 83A - 23 83A - 30 83A - 31 83A - 38 83A - 39 83A - 51 83A - 52 83A - 55 83A - 56

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EDITION ANGLAISE

"The repair procedures given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared. The procedures may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed."

Copying or translating, in part or in full, of this document or use of the service part reference numbering system is forbidden without the prior written authority of Renault s.a.s.

Renault s.a.s. 2006

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1. SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT This document presents the fault finding procedure applicable to all computers with the following specifications: Vehicle(s): Scenic II Function concerned: Instrument panel Name of computer: Instrument panel Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 (Scenic II ph1) 0C (Scenic II ph2)

2. PREREQUISITES FOR FAULT FINDING Documentation type Fault finding procedures (this manual): Assisted fault finding (integrated into the diagnostic tool), Dialogys. Wiring Diagrams: Visu-Schma (CD-ROM). Type of diagnostic tools CLIP Special tooling required

Special tooling required Multimeter El. 1681 Universal bornier

3. RECAP Procedure To run fault finding on the vehicle's computers, switch on the ignition in fault finding mode (forced + after ignition feed). Proceed as follows: vehicle's card in reader, press and hold the Start button (longer than 5 seconds) with start-up conditions not present, connect the diagnostic tool and perform the required operations. To cut off + after ignition feed, proceed as follows: disconnect the diagnostic tool, press the Start button twice briefly (less than 3 seconds), ensure that the + after ignition feed has been cut off by checking that the computer indicator lights on the instrument panel have gone out.

TDB_V04_PRELI/TDB_V08_PRELI/TDB_V0C_PRELI

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Faults Faults are declared as either present or stored (depending on whether they appeared in a certain context and have disappeared since, or whether they remain present but have not been diagnosed within the current context). The present or stored status of faults should be taken into consideration when the diagnostic tool is switched on after the + after ignition feed (without any system components being active). For a present fault, apply the procedure described in the Interpretation of faults section. For a stored fault , note the faults displayed and apply the instructions in the Notes section. If the fault is confirmed when the instructions in the Notes section are applied, the fault is present. Deal with the fault If the fault is not confirmed, check: the electrical lines which correspond to the fault, the connectors for these lines (for oxidation, bent pins, etc.), the resistance of the component detected as faulty, the condition of the wires (melted or split insulation, wear). Conformity check The aim of the conformity check is to check data that does not produce a fault on the diagnostic tool because the data is inconsistent. Therefore, this stage is used to: carry out fault finding on faults that do not have a fault display, and which may correspond to a customer complaint. check that the system is operating correctly and that there is no risk of a fault recurring after repairs. This section gives the fault finding procedures for statuses and parameters and the conditions for checking them. If a status is not behaving normally or a parameter is outside the permitted tolerance values, consult the corresponding fault finding page. Customer complaints - Fault finding chart If the test with the diagnostic tool is OK but the customer complaint is still present, the fault should be processed by customer complaints . A summary of the overall procedure to follow is provided on the following page in the form of a flow chart.

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4. FAULT FINDING PROCEDURE Perform a pre-fault finding on the system

Print the system fault finding log (available on CLIP and in the Workshop Repair Manual or Technical Note)

Connect CLIP

Dialogue with computer?

no Refer to ALP No. 1

yes Read faults

Faults present

no Conformity check

yes Dealing with present faults The cause is still present

no

Fault solved

Dealing with stored faults

yes Use fault finding charts (ALPs)

The cause is still present

no

Fault solved The cause is still present no Fault solved

yes

yes Contact Techline with the completed fault finding log

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4. FAULT FINDING PROCEDURE (continued) Wiring check Fault finding problems Disconnecting the connectors and/or manipulating the wiring harness may temporarily remove the cause of a fault. Electrical measurements of voltage, resistance and insulation are generally correct, especially if the fault is not present when the analysis is made (stored fault). Visual inspection Look for damage under the bonnet and in the passenger compartment. Carefully check the fuses, insulators and wiring harness routing. Look for signs of oxidation. Tactile inspection While manipulating the wiring harness, use the diagnostic tool to note any change in fault status from stored to present. Make sure that the connectors are properly locked. Apply light pressure to the connectors. Twist the wiring harness. If there is a change in status, try to locate the source of the fault. Inspection of each component Disconnect the connectors and check the appearance of the clips and tabs, as well as the crimping (no crimping on the insulating section). Make sure that the clips and tabs are properly locked in the sockets. Check that no clips or tabs have been dislodged during connection. Check the clip contact pressure using an appropriate model of tab. Resistance check Check the continuity of entire lines, then section by section. Look for a short circuit to earth, to + 12 V or to another wire. If a fault is detected, repair or replace the wiring harness.

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5. FAULT FINDING LOG IMPORTANT Any fault on a complex system requires thorough fault finding with the appropriate tools. The FAULT FINDING LOG, which should be completed during the procedure, enables you to keep track of the procedure which is carried out. It is an essential document when consulting the manufacturer.

IMPORTANT!

IT IS THEREFORE COMPULSORY TO COMPLETE A FAULT FINDING LOG EVERY TIME A FAULT FINDING PROCEDURE IS PERFORMED You will always be asked for this log: q when requesting technical assistance from Techline, q for approval requests when replacing parts for which approval is mandatory, q to be attached to monitored parts for which reimbursement is requested. The log is needed for warranty reimbursement, and enables better analysis of the parts removed. 6. SAFETY ADVICE Safety rules must be observed during any work on a component to prevent any damage or injury: check that the battery is correctly charged to prevent any damage to the computers at low load; use the relevant tools.

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FAULT FINDING LOG


System: Instrument panel
List of monitored parts: Computer
q

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Administrative identification Date Log completed by VIN Engine Diagnostic tool Revision CLIP 2 0

Customer complaint
1188 Faulty fuel level display Faulty speedometer 1156 Faulty coolant temperature display Warning lights fail to come on Faulty trip computer displays 1187 Digital display: faulty text/image

1185

1157

1186

Faulty tachometer

1190

Other
q

Your comments

Conditions under which the customer complaint occurs


011 When ignition is switched on Sudden fault 005 While driving 004 Intermittently

009

010

Gradual deterioration

Other
q

Your comments

Documentation used for fault finding Fault finding procedure used

Type of diagnostic manual: Fault finding manual no.:

Workshop Repair Manual

Technical Note

Assisted fault finding

Wiring diagram used


Wiring Diagram Technical Note No.:

Other documentation Title and/or part number:

FD 10 Fault finding log

page to print or photocopy - page to print or photocopy - page to print or photocopy

FAULT FINDING LOG


System: Instrument panel
q

Page 2/2

Identification of computer and system parts exchanged

Part 1 part no. Part 2 part no. Part 3 part no. Part 4 part no. Part 5 part no. To be read with the diagnostic tool (Identification screen): Computer part no. Supplier no. Program no. Software version Calibration number VDIAG
q

Faults found with the diagnostic tool


Fault no. Present Stored Fault name Specification

Conditions under which fault occurs


Status or parameter no. Parameter name Value Unit

System-specific information

Description:
q

Additional information

What factors led you to replace the computer? What other parts were replaced? Other defective functions? Your comments:

FD 10 Fault finding log

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1 - List and location of components: Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Description Instrument panel Radio Fuel sender Steering column controls, Brake fluid min level sensor Headlight adjustment rheostat Oil level sensor

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2 - Operating diagram:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Instrument panel Radio Fuel sender Steering column controls Brake fluid min level sensor Headlight adjustment rheostat Oil level sensor

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3 - Features: Three types of instrument panel can be found on vehicles: Entry-level instrument panel. Mid-range instrument panel. Top of the range instrument panel. The diagnostic tools can be used for fault finding on all versions. The instrument panels have no self-test function. The oil service interval can be altered using the diagnostic tool by configuring the instrument panel and by pressing and holding the scroll button on the trip computer when on the "Oil service interval" page. To determine the vehicle's oil service interval, see the Maintenance Booklet. Entry-level instrument panel The Entry-level instrument panel has the following features: Digital speedometer. Bar-chart display. rev counter, oil level, coolant temperature, fuel level. Audible warning. direction indicators, driver seatbelt warning, headlights on reminder when a door is opened, automatic locking when driving confirmation, Indicates that the childproof lock system is faulty, speed limit function for Arabia, automatic headlighting indicator (depending on version), automatic parking brake not applied, driver's door open, fault warning (see "Warning system and warning lights" in the Repair Manual). Warning light indications. Text message display. Trip Computer display (trip computer). mileometer and trip meter, fuel consumed, average consumption, instantaneous consumption (depending on the version), fuel range, distance travelled, average speed, oil service interval, cruise control or speed limiter setting (depending on configuration). Automatic transmission gear display (depending on configuration). Entry level radio display. Time and external temperature display. Mid-range instrument panel The Mid-range instrument panel has all the features of the Entry-level version. It has the Top of the range radio and Entry-level navigation displays through a multiplex connection.

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Top of the range instrument panel The Top of the range instrument panel has all the features of the Mid-range version plus the following functions: Top of the range navigation Instrument panel in miles/Instrument panel in kilometres It is possible to change from displaying miles to displaying kilometres through a simple operation, without having to alter the computer configurations using the diagnostic tool. Apply the following procedure: with ignition off, press and hold one of the two trip computer buttons and at the same time press the starter button, the unit of measurement for the speed flashes for around 5 seconds, then the new unit stops flashing; you can then release the trip computer button. Repeat the procedure to return to the previous mode. Note: After the battery is cut off, the trip computer will automatically return to the original unit.

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4 - Role of main components:


q q q q

Instrument panel: The instrument panel transmits vehicle information to the driver via warning lights and displays. Radio: the radio transmits audio signals into the vehicle via speakers. Fuel sender: transmits the fuel level in the tank to the instrument panel. Steering column switch (not including top of the range): enables different radio functions and navigation systems to be accessed. Brake fluid min level sensor: indicates to the driver that the minimum brake fluid level has been reached. Headlight adjustment rheostat: allows driver to adjust the headlights according to the vehicle load and to adjust the beam strength from the instrument panel. Oil level sensor: allows the driver to see the engine oil level on the instrument panel. The oil level can only be seen on the dashboard with ignition on and the engine off.

q q

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5 - Defect and safe modes: In the event of a connection fault or another fault, with the ABS computer, with the injection computer, or with the fuel sender. The trip computer may switch to defect mode, where certain parameters might be replaced by flashing dashes.

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1. PROGRAMMING, REPROGRAMMING OR REPLACING THE COMPUTER The system cannot be programmed or reprogrammed. When replacing the computer, configure it (see the section on "configuration and programming") and write the VIN. Make sure the correct VIN has been entered.

2. REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS IMPORTANT Work in the instrument panel is forbidden. Only the top of the range navigation window and screen can be replaced.

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NOTES

Ignition on, engine off.

1. Configuration: Related configuration reading

No.

Configuration Language setting: French English Italian German Spanish Dutch Portuguese Turkish Polish (Vdiag 08 and 0C) Automatic parking brake Vehicle type

Notes

CF002

LC060

None

CF146 CF137

LC057 LC030

Two possibilities: With or Without One possibility: J = MPV Two possibilities: BVA = automatic gearbox. BVM = manual gearbox. Four options: Petrol Diesel Petrol/LPG Petrol/CNG Three options: L/100 km (related to configuration CF140 km) Miles/Gallon (related to configuration CF140 "Miles") km/l (related to configuration CF140 km). Three options: With (with ESP and ABS) Without (without ESP, with ABS) With ABS (with Vehicle speed computer)

CF149

Gearbox type

LC029

CF138

Type of fuel

LC049

CF143

Unit of measurement for consumption

LC054

CF142

Electronic stability program (ESP)

LC053

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NOTES

Ignition on, engine off.

No.

Configuration

Related configuration reading

Notes Three options: With. None. With PAX (PAX + Tyre Pressure Monitor) Two possibilities: Km or Miles Two possibilities: With or Without Two possibilities: With or Without Two possibilities: With or Without

CF145

Tyre pressure monitor

LC056

CF140 CF150 CF141 CF040

Unit of distance Cruise control/Speed limiter Overspeed function Arabia Particle filter (only Vdiag 0C)

LC051 LC061 LC052 LC066

Note: When the computer is configured, do not deal with the error messages concerning the automatic gearbox or the tyre pressure monitor until the next time the ignition is switched off, then switch it back on again.

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2. Programming: Instrument panel, phase 1 (Vdiag 04 and 08): Oil change frequency: This configuration must only be used if the instrument panel is new. This setting is used to transfer two parameters which can be configured with CLIP, VP006 Oil change frequency in km and VP007 Oil change frequency in months onto the new instrument panel, and which are present on the old instrument panel. Instrument panel, phase 2 (only Vdiag 0C): A Program the odometer by running command VP010 Update odometer. Check by reading parameter PR009 Mileometer. B Program the oil change frequency in kilometres by running command VP006 Oil change frequency in Km. Refer to the vehicle's user manual for the country specific oil change frequency and distance. Ignition on, engine off. Run command VP006 Oil change frequency in Km. Enter the oil change interval in km. Example of entry: Using the numeric keypad on clip, enter 20 to display 20,000 km or enter 30 to display 30,000 km Special features for English versions: The newly supplied instrument panel is configured, by default, in kilometres. In addition to the language configuration CF002 Language setting, apply the calculation below so that the instrument panel can display the correct values between the desired oil service interval and the oil change frequency. To display the oil change frequency in miles, multiply the value for miles given in the Maintenance Booklet by 10 then divide by 6 , to find the exact value in kilometres. After entering the value, the computer automatically makes the conversion into miles for the oil change frequency. It is imperative to use the following procedure for correct functioning of the oil service interval and oil change frequency. Example: 18,000 miles 10 = 180,000 miles, then divide by 6 = 30,000 km ( enter 30) So that the configuration registers, use the trip computer button to select the display on the instrument panel relating to the oil service interval, then press and hold the trip computer button for 10 seconds. Check by reading parameter PR005 Oil change frequency in km.

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Programming (continued): C Program the oil service interval in kilometres by running command VP008 Oil service interval: actual value in kilometres. Check by reading parameter PR007 Oil service interval: actual value in kilometres. D Program the oil change frequency in months by running command VP007 Oil change frequency in months. Check by reading parameter PR006 Oil change frequency in months. E Program the oil service interval in months using command VP009 Oil service interval: actual value in months. Check by reading parameter PR008 Oil service interval: actual value in months.

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Tool fault DF007 DF016

Associated DTC 9402 9401 Fuel sender circuit Oil level sensor circuit

Diagnostic tool title

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Fault finding - Interpretation of faults

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DF007 PRESENT OR STORED

FUEL SENDER CIRCUIT


C.O : Open circuit C.CO : Short circuit to earth

Conditions for applying the fault finding procedure to stored faults: The fault is declared present after waiting 2 minutes with the ignition on. NOTES Special notes: Check the consistency between the instrument panel display and parameter PR035 Fuel level. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Move the harness around in order to detect any change of status. Look for possible damage to the harness, check the connections and condition of the instrument panel and fuel sender connectors. If the wiring is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, check the fitting of the sender (see MR 370, 19C, Tank, Removal and refitting of the sender). If the fault is still present, disconnect the connector from the fuel sender and measure the resistance between connections 41A and 41B of the fuel sender: The resistance must be between 5 0.5 and 350 35 . Replace the sender if it is incorrect (see MR 370, 19C, Tank, Removal and refitting of the sender). If the fault is still present, check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connections: 41A, 41B. between components 199 and 247. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair. Deal with any other faults. Clear the stored faults.

TDB_V08_DF007/TDB_V04_DF007/TDB_V0C_DF007

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DF016 PRESENT OR STORED

OIL LEVEL SENSOR CIRCUIT


C.O : Open circuit C.CO : Short circuit to earth

Conditions for applying the fault finding procedure to stored faults: The fault is declared present after waiting 2 minutes with the ignition on. NOTES Special notes: Check the consistency between the instrument panel display and the actual oil level (top up if low). Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Move the harness around in order to detect any change of status. Look for possible damage to the harness, check the connections and condition of instrument panel, Protection and Switching Unit, and oil level sensor connections. If the wiring is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, check the fitting of the sensor (see MR 370, 10A, Engine and peripherals, Removal and refitting of oil level sensor). If the fault is still present, disconnect the oil level sensor connector and measure the resistance between connections 32A and 32B of the oil level sensor (the resistance should be between 2 and 20 ). If the resistance is not between 2 and 20 , replace the sensor (see MR 370, 10A, Engine and peripherals, Removal and refitting of the oil level sensor). If the fault is still present, check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connections: 32A, 32B. between components 243, 1337 and 247. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair. Deal with any other faults. Clear the stored faults.

TDB_V04_DF016/TDB_V08_DF016/TDB_V0C_DF016

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

MAIN STATUSES AND PARAMETERS OF THE COMPUTER: Parameter or Status checked or Action Battery voltage

Order

Function

Display and notes

Fault finding In the event of a fault, refer to the interpretation of parameter PR110 Battery voltage. In the event of a fault, consult the interpretation of status ET002 + 12 V after ignition. In the event of a fault, refer to the interpretation of status ET102 Radio wakeup. In the event of a fault, consult the interpretation of parameter PR111 Lighting dimmer voltage. In the event of a fault, refer to the interpretation of status ET097 Parking brake. In the event of a fault, refer to the interpretation of status ET066 Brake fluid level light warning.

PR110:

11.5 V < PR110 < 16 V

Supply

ET002:

+ 12 V after ignition feed

Present

ET102:

Wake up by radio

"ON": + 12 V present "OFF": No + 12 V Ignition on, dipped headlights lit. 0 V < PR111 < 8.1 V Indicates parking brake position except for automatic parking brakes; in that case the status is OFF Indicates the brake fluid level. PRESENT: Level too low ABSENT: Level OK

Lighting

PR111:

Lighting dimmer voltage

Parking brake

ET097:

Parking brake

Brake fluid level light

ET066:

Brake fluid level light alert

TDB_V04_CCONF/TDB_V08_CCONF/TDB_V0C_CCONF

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

MAIN STATUSES AND PARAMETERS OF THE COMPUTER (CONTINUED): Parameter or Status checked or Action

Order

Function

Display and notes Indicates oil pressure. OPEN: Warning light off, oil pressure sufficient CLOSED: Warning light lit, no or insufficient oil pressure Indicates whether or not the seat belt is fastened. ABSENT: Seat belt not fastened. PRESENT: Seat belt fastened

Fault finding

Oil pressure

ET096:

Oil pressure contact

In the event of a fault, consult the interpretation of status ET096 Oil pressure contact .

Seat belt

ET098:

Driver's seat belt contact

In the event of a fault, refer to the interpretation of status ET098 Driver's seat belt contact.

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

SUB-FUNCTION: TRIP COMPUTER Parameter or Status checked or Action PR112: Fuel 2 PR117: Fuel flow Fuel consumed since RS*. ADAC*. Vehicle speed Buzzer

Order 1

Function

Display and notes Indicates fuel flow.

Fault finding

Indicates fuel consumed.

In the event of a fault, refer to the Interpretation of parameters section

Vehicle speed

PR099:

Indicates vehicle speed. Ignition on and engine off: the buzzer should sound. In the event of a fault, refer to the Interpretation of commands section

Buzzer

AC006:

*RS: reset. *ADAC: trip computer.

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

SUB-FUNCTION: GAUGES Parameter or Status checked or Action PR035: Fuel level

Order

Function

Display and notes Indicates the fuel level in the tank. Indicates LPG level in tank (depending on configuration). If the configuration is for petrol, the value is 0.

Fault finding In the event of a fault, apply the fault finding procedure DF007 Fuel gauge circuit.

Fuel level 2 PR115: LPG fuel level

3 Fuel sender resistance 4 5 Fuel flow

PR119:

LPG fuel gauge resistance CNG fuel gauge resistance Fuel flow

Indicates gauge resistance based on tank contents.

In the event of a fault, refer to the Interpretation of parameters section.

PR118: PR112:

Indicates fuel flow.

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

SUB-FUNCTION: DISPLAY Parameter or Status checked or Action PR099: PR116: PR027: Vehicle speed Engine speed Coolant temperature External temperature Lighting dimmer voltage

Order 1 2 3

Function Vehicle speed Engine speed Coolant temperature Exterior temperature Lighting

Display and notes Indicates vehicle speed. Indicates engine speed. Indicates the engine coolant temperature in C. Indicates exterior temperature in C. Ignition on, dipped headlights lit. 0 V < PR111 < 8.1 V

Fault finding

In the event of a fault, refer to the Interpretation of parameters section.

PR109:

PR111:

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

SUB-FUNCTION: DISPLAY (CONTINUED) Parameter or Status checked or Action

Order

Function

Display and notes The instrument panel warning lights are activated in several stages. Vehicle speed has two stages:188 then 200. Following activation of all the instrument panel warning lights, the brightness will vary between 25%, 50%, 75% then 100% of the maximum brightness for 4 seconds each time. The warning and indicator lights are not equipped with a dimmer.

Fault finding

AC009:

Instrument panel warning lights

Lighting

In the event of a fault, refer to the Dealing with command modes section.

AC010:

Lighting

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NOTES

Only check conformity after a full check with the diagnostic tool. The values indicated in this conformity check are given for guidance purposes only. The Technical Note for the vehicle must be read. Test condition: Ignition on, engine off.

SUB-FUNCTION: ODOMETER Parameter or Status checked or Action PR009: Odometer Oil change frequency in km Oil change frequency in months Distance to next oil service: actual value in km Oil service interval: actual value in months

Order

Function Odometer (only Vdiag 0C)

Display and notes Indicates the counter value in km. Indicates the oil change frequency in km (e.g. 30,000 km). Indicates the oil change frequency in months (e.g. 24 months). Indicates the distance to the next oil service in km (this value must be less than or equal to the oil service interval). Indicates the time remaining to the oil service in months (this value must be less than or equal to the frequency).

Fault finding

2 Oil service interval 3

PR005:

PR006:

In the event of a fault contact Techline.

4 Oil service interval (only Vdiag 0C) 5

PR007:

PR008:

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Tool status ET002 ET066 ET096 ET097 ET098 ET102 + 12 V After ignition feed Brake fluid level light alert Oil pressure contact Parking brake Driver's seat belt contact Wake up by radio

Diagnostic tool title

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+ 12 V AFTER IGNITION FEED


ET002

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, engine stopped.

The status must be ACTIVE. Test the multiplex network and the Protection and Switching Unit (see 88B, Multiplexing and 87G, Engine compartment connection unit ). Deal with any faults. If the status is still not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Carry out another fault finding check on the system. Deal with any other faults. Clear the stored faults.

TDB_V04_ET002/TDB_V08_ET002/TDB_V0C_ET002

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BRAKE FLUID LEVEL LIGHT WARNING


ET066

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Check the brake fluid level in the reservoir. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

If status ET066 Brake fluid level warning light is PRESENT and the level is correct, disconnect the connector on the brake fluid reservoir level switch. If the ET066 Brake fluid level light warning status becomes ABSENT, replace the switch (See MR 370, 37A, Chassis, Mechanical element controls ). Check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connection: 30A between components 207 and 247. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the status is not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Carry out another fault finding check on the system. Deal with any other faults. Clear the stored faults.

TDB_V04_ET066/TDB_V08_ET066/TDB_V0C_ET066

83A-32

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses

83A

OIL PRESSURE CONTACT


ET096

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Switch on the ignition and start the engine (the speed should be greater than 1,600 rpm). The status should be OPEN (oil pressure warning light off).

Test the multiplex network and the Protection and Switching Unit (see 88B, Multiplexing and 87G, Engine compartment connection unit ). Deal with any faults. If the status is not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Carry out another fault finding check on the system. Deal with any other faults. Clear the stored faults.

TDB_V04_ET096/TDB_V08_ET096/TDB_V0C_ET096

83A-33

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses

83A

PARKING BRAKE
ET097

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Pull and release the handbrake; make sure the status shows ENGAGED, then DISENGAGED. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Manual parking brake: Pull and release the handbrake; make sure the status shows ENGAGED, then DISENGAGED. If the status is INACTIVE, make sure automatic parking brake configuration was done properly (WITHOUT). If the status is incorrect, move the harness around to see if the status changes. Look for chafing damage on the harness. Check the connection and condition of the instrument panel and handbrake switch connectors. If the wiring is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. Check the connection and condition of the instrument panel and handbrake switch connectors. If the wiring is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the connectors, otherwise replace them. If the status is not correct, check the fitting of the switch. If the status is not correct, use a multimeter and press the switch to check there is no continuity and inversion, without pressing the switch between connection 27A of component 156 and the earth. Check the continuity at the following connection: 27A of component 156. Replace the switch if necessary. If the status is not correct, check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connection: 27A between components 156 and 247. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_ET097/TDB_V08_ET097/TDB_V0C_ET097

83A-34

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses

83A

ET097 CONTINUED

Automatic parking brake: Make sure the automatic parking brake has been configured correctly (WITH). In the event of a fault, test the multiplex network and the automatic parking brake (see 88B, Multiplexing and 37B, Automatic parking brake). Deal with any faults. If the status is still not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

83A-35

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses

83A

DRIVER'S SEAT BELT CONTACT


ET098

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, engine stopped. Seat belt buckled.

The status must be PRESENT and the light on the instrument panel indicating that a seat belt is not fastened should go out. Check the multiplex network and the airbag (see 88B, Multiplexing and 88C, Airbag and pretensioners). Deal with any faults. If the status is still not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_ET098/TDB_V08_ET098/TDB_V0C_ET098

83A-36

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Interpretation of statuses

83A

RADIO WAKE-UP
ET102

NOTES

Only in Entry-level/Mid-range models. There must be no present or stored faults. With the ignition off and radio on, the radio symbol on the instrument panel should light up after approximately 20 seconds. Switch on the ignition. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

The status must be ACTIVE. If the status is not ACTIVE, check for + 12 V on the 34GD connection. Deal with any faults. With the radio on, check for + 12 V on the 34GD connection on the instrument panel. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If all is OK, check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connection: 34GD between components 247 and 261. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the status is still not correct, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_ET102/TDB_V08_ET102/TDB_V0C_ET102

83A-37

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Parameter summary table

83A

Tool status PR005 PR006 PR007 PR008 PR009 PR027 PR035 PR099 PR109 PR110 PR111 PR112 PR115 PR116 PR117 PR118 PR119 * RS: Reset. * ADAC: Trip computer. Oil change frequency in km. Oil change frequency in months.

Diagnostic tool title

Oil service interval: actual value in Km (Vdiag 0C) Oil service interval: actual value in months (Vdiag 0C) Odometer Coolant temperature Fuel level Vehicle speed External temperature Battery voltage Lighting dimmer voltage Fuel flow LPG fuel level Engine speed Fuel consumed since RS* ADAC* CNG fuel gauge resistance LPG fuel gauge resistance

83A-38

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

COOLANT TEMPERATURE
PR027

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. With the engine running (to cause a change in temperature), make sure the value of this parameter, the display on the instrument panel and the reading from the injection computer match.

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the injection (see 88B Multiplexing, 13B Diesel injection, 17B Petrol injection and 17C, Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR027/TDB_V08_PR027/TDB_V0C_PR027

83A-39

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

VEHICLE SPEED
PR099

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. During a road test, check that the vehicle speed and the value displayed by the speedometer are consistent.

If there is an inconsistency, test the multiplex network and the ABS (see 88B Multiplexing and 38C ABS). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR099/TDB_V08_PR099/TDB_V0C_PR099

83A-40

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE
PR109

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. With the ignition on, see if the ambient temperature matches the value displayed on the instrument panel.

If there is an inconsistency, test the multiplex network and the UCH (see 88B multiplexing and 87B, Passenger compartment connection unit ). If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR109/TDB_V08_PR109/TDB_V0C_PR109

83A-41

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

BATTERY VOLTAGE
PR110

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Measure the voltage at the battery terminals and check the consistency with the value displayed by the diagnostic tool. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

If the parameter is not correct, check the condition of the instrument panel fuse (20 A) on component 260. Replace it if necessary. Check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connections: BCP3 , between components 247 and 260 . MAM, MAN, between component 247 and MAM, MAN. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR110/TDB_V08_PR110/TDB_V0C_PR110

83A-42

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

LIGHTING DIMMER VOLTAGE


PR111

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, dipped headlights lit, 0 V < PR111 < 8.1 V. Vary the intensity of the lighting to ensure that the dimmer gradation falls into the range specified above. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Whilst activating the dimmer, with the side lights on, check that the positive voltage varies on the 19E connection on the dimmer then on the instrument panel. If the voltage varies on the dimmer (component 1390) but does not vary on the instrument panel (component 247 ), then carry out fault finding A. If the voltage does not vary on the rheostat, carry out fault finding B. Fault finding A Move the harness around in order to detect any change of status. Look for possible damage to the harness, check the connection and condition of the connectors on the instrument panel (component 247 ) and the lighting dimmer (component 1390). If the wiring is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the connectors, otherwise replace them. Check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connection: 19E between components 1390 and 247. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR111/TDB_V08_PR111/ TDB_V0C_PR111

83A-43

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

PR111 CONTINUED

Fault finding procedure B If the parameter is not correct, check the condition and conformity of the 10A and 7.5A fuses on component 1337. Replace them, if necessary. If the parameter is still not correct, check for an earth on the following connections: MAM between component 1390 and the earth MAM. MAN between component 1390 and the earth MAN. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the parameter is still not correct, check for + 12 V, with the side lights on, on the following connection: LPG between components 1337 and 1390. Run fault finding on the Protection and Switching Unit (see 87G, Engine compartment connection unit) if necessary. If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure ( see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the parameter is still not correct, check for + 12 V, with the side lights on, on the following connection: CPD between components 1337 and 1390. Check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connections: LPG between components 1337 and 1390. CPD between components 1337 and 1390. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If everything is OK, replace the dimmer. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

83A-44

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

FUEL FLOW
PR112

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. With the engine idling, the flow should be near or equal to 0. Note: A fuel flow signal fault leads to inconsistent operation of the trip computer.

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the injection (see 88B Multiplexing, 13B Diesel injection, 17B Petrol injection and 17C, Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR112/TDB_V08_PR112/TDB_V0C_PR112

83A-45

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

LPG FUEL LEVEL


PR115

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, engine stopped. Check the consistency between the fuel level signal and LPG gauge resistance ( PR119).

Test the multiplex network and the LPG computer (see 88B multiplexing and 17C, gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the resistance and level parameters are inconsistent, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR115/TDB_V08_PR115/TDB_V0C_PR115

83A-46

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

ENGINE SPEED
PR116

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Turn on the engine and vary the engine speed to check the consistency between the diagnostic tool and instrument panel.

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the injection (see 88B Multiplexing, 13B Diesel injection, 17B Petrol injection and 17C, Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR116/TDB_V08_PR116/TDB_V0C_PR116

83A-47

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

FUEL CONSUMED SINCE TRIP COMPUTER RESET


PR117

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Check the mileage covered corresponds to the amount of fuel consumed since the trip computer was reset. Note: After the trip computer has been reset or the instrument panel replaced, the vehicle needs to be driven approximately 400 m.

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the injection (see 88B Multiplexing, 13B Diesel injection, 17B Petrol injection and 17C, Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline. RS: Reset. ADAC: Trip computer.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR117/TDB_V08_PR117/TDB_V0C_PR117

83A-48

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

CNG FUEL GAUGE RESISTANCE


PR118

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, engine stopped.

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the CNG computer (see 88B Multiplexing and 17C Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR118/TDB_V08_PR118/TDB_V0C_PR118

83A-49

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of parameters

83A

LPG GAUGE RESISTANCE


PR119

NOTES

There must be no present or stored faults. Ignition on, engine stopped. Fuel sender resistance with tank full = 5 0.5 . Fuel sender resistance with tank empty = 350 35 .

If there is an inconsistency, check the multiplex network and the LPG computer (see 88B Multiplexing and 17C Gas injection). Deal with any faults. If the parameter is still not correct, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair.

TDB_V04_PR119/TDB_V08_PR119/TDB_V0C_PR119

83A-50

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fault finding - Command summary table

83A

Tool command RZ001 AC006 AC009 AC010 VP002 VP006 VP007 VP008 VP009 VP010 Fault memory Buzzer Instrument panel warning lights Lighting Enter VIN Frequency of oil change in km. Oil change frequency in months.

Diagnostic tool title

Oil service interval: actual value in km (only Vdiag 0C) Oil service interval: actual value in months (only Vdiag 0C) Update odometer (only Vdiag 0C)

83A-51

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of commands

83A

BUZZER
AC006

Switch on the ignition, and run the command. NOTES The command modes are only accessible for software versions above 6.00 for Vdiag 08 and Vdiag 0C (all software).

If there is a fault with the buzzer, contact the Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Follow the instructions to confirm repair. Deal with any other faults.

83A-52

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of commands

83A

INSTRUMENT PANEL WARNING LIGHTS


AC009

NOTES

The instrument panel warning lights are activated in several stages. The vehicle speed display lights up in two stages: 188 then 200. The side lights warning light may remain off when instrument panel warning lights are activated.

If there is a problem activating the instrument panel display or warning lights, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Run the command to confirm repair. Follow the instructions to confirm repair. Deal with any other faults.

83A-53

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Interpretation of commands

83A

LIGHTING
AC010

NOTES

Ignition on, engine off.

If there is a fault with the lighting intensity variation, contact Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

Run the command to confirm repair. Follow the instructions to confirm repair. Deal with any other faults.

83A-54

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Fault finding - Customer complaints

83A

NOTES

Only refer to these customer complaints after performing a complete check with the diagnostic tool. Check the multiplex network and the instrument panel (see 88B, Multiplexing and 83A instrument panel ).

NO COMMUNICATION WITH THE INSTRUMENT PANEL. THE INSTRUMENT PANEL DOES NOT LIGHT UP.

ALP1

"HEATED SEAT ON" MESSAGE DISPLAYED EVEN THOUGH THE VEHICLE IS NOT FITTED WITH HEATED SEATS.

ALP 2

THE FUEL RANGE IS NO LONGER DISPLAYED AND FLASHING DASHES ARE DISPLAYED INSTEAD.

ALP3

83A-55

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Diagnostic - Fault finding chart

83A

ALP1

No communication with the instrument panel. The instrument panel does not light up.

NOTES

Before dealing with this customer complaint, check that there are no faults, and the conformity (or otherwise) of the parameters and statuses using the diagnostic tool. If the customer complaint is not resolved, perform the following checks: Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Check the condition of the instrument panel fuse (20A) on component 260. Replace it if necessary. Check the multiplex network (see 88B, Multiplexing). Check the instrument panel connections. If the connection is faulty and if there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. Check the supply to the instrument panel + 12 V battery: BCP3 , between components 247 and 260 . Check for continuity and absence of interference resistance on the following connections: BCP3 , between 247 and 260. MAM, MAN, between component 247 and earths MAM and MAN. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, wiring: precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, contact your Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

If the instrument panel has been replaced, clear the faults and configure the instrument panel.

TDB_V04_ALP1/TDB_V08_ALP1/TDB_V0C_ALP1

83A-56

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Diagnostic - Fault finding chart

83A

ALP 2

"Heated seat on" message displayed even though the vehicle is not fitted with heated seats.

NOTES

Before dealing with this customer complaint, check that there are no faults, and the conformity (or otherwise) of the parameters and statuses using the diagnostic tool. If the customer complaint is not eliminated, perform the following checks. Warning light associated with this message does not come on. Use the wiring diagram Technical Note, Scnic II ph2.

Check insulation against earth of the following connection: 79F If the connection is faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, wiring: precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. If the fault is still present, contact your Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

If the instrument panel has been replaced, clear the faults and configure the instrument panel.

TDB_V04_ALP2/TDB_V08_ALP2/TDB_V0C_ALP2

83A-57

Vdiag No.: 04 - 08 - 0C

INSTRUMENT PANEL Diagnostic - Fault finding chart

83A

ALP3

The fuel range is no longer displayed. Flashing dashes are displayed instead.

Before dealing with this customer complaint, check that there are no faults, and the conformity (or otherwise) of the parameters and statuses using the diagnostic tool. If the customer complaint is not resolved, perform the following checks: NOTES Note: After the trip computer has been reset or the instrument panel replaced, the vehicle needs to be driven approximately 400 m. A fault with the fuel flow signal leads to incorrect operation of the trip computer (see PR112 Fuel flow. Interpretation of parameters).

STAGE 1: Check that the vehicle is not set to the fuel reserve. If it is, the fault noted is not actually a fault. If this is not the case, it might be due to the trip computer being reset. In this case, wait for the trip computer to be reset. Drive the vehicle for at least 400 m. STAGE 2: Check the fitting of the fuel sender, (see MR 370, 19C, Tank, Removal and refitting of the sender). If the fault is still present, disconnect the connector from the fuel sender and measure the resistance between connections 41A and 41B of the fuel sender: The resistance must be between 5 0.5 and 350 35 . Check the insulation, continuity and the absence of interference resistance on the following connections: 41A, 41B. between components 199 and 247. If the connection or connections are faulty and there is a repair procedure (see Technical Note 6015A, Electrical wiring repair, Wiring: Precautions for repair), repair the wiring, otherwise replace it. STAGE 3: Check the multiplex network (see 88B, Multiplexing). STAGE 4: Check the injection (See 13B Diesel injection, 17B Petrol injection and 17C Gas injection). Check the ABS computer (Seer 38C, ABS). If the fault is still present, contact your Techline.

AFTER REPAIR

If the instrument panel has been replaced, clear the faults and configure the instrument panel.

TDB_V04_ALP3/TDB_V08_ALP3/TDB_V0C_ALP3

83A-58