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i tested the battery after the 24 hr charge and it showed 13.6 then i put it on the d2 but my m&s D BLINKING
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make sure it's not in gear, remove relay R2 from the engine bay, turn ignition on II and let nanocom on that screen with the engine speed, take a paperclip or piece of wire and get some help as to be able to watch the screen while bridging the perpendicular cavities in the fusebox where the relay was cos then it will crank and should not disable nanocom you should be able to see battery voltage in the ECU then too

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make sure it's not in gear, remove relay R2 from the engine bay, turn ignition on II and let nanocom on that screen with the engine speed, take a paperclip or piece of wire and get some help as to be able to watch the screen while bridging the perpendicular cavities in the fusebox where the relay was cos then it will crank and should not disable nanocom you should be able to see battery voltage in the ECU then too
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what relay is that for
and no its not in gear i move it to drive to see if it blinks when in gear
but when in Park only the m&s are blinking
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It's the starter relay

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It's the starter relay
could that be the reason why my fuel isnt going to the fuel rail when am trying to turn it on. and i talking to my wife and she is reminding me that a few times that it did this to us before and we would wait a well and then it would turn on
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I asked you earlyer nd you didnt respond, can you hear the pump running with ignition on II? ... R2 has nothing to do with the pump tat trick is to see the crank signal on nanocom

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I asked you earlyer nd you didnt respond, can you hear the pump running with ignition on II? ... R2 has nothing to do with the pump tat trick is to see the crank signal on nanocom
my wife said she could hear it but its a high whine sound and then the 2nd time she said she had to put her ear close to the fuel pump
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So do that test i said and if you get above 200 rpm engine speed and above 10V while cranking then you must make sure that the pump is delivering fuel

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So do that test i said and if you get above 200 rpm engine speed and above 10V while cranking then you must make sure that the pump is delivering fuel
thats the thing i dont know why its not sending fuel but the fuel pump turns on and its a brand new fuel pump

and also i dont know why it didnt click to me until now. but i was swapping relays around and i put i think the r2 in the r1 and it came up as fuel pump relay fault
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I think it was those two I swapped
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If you swapped R1 with R2 and it still cranked but gave you a pump relay code then the problem can be a bad contact in the fusebox cos if it was the relay it would have not cranked

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I would have thought that the "CAN Faults" being listed as 78 may give some insight.

CAN faults: This display shows the number of times the CAN inter ECU communications BUS has been reset. In normal operation, no resets apart from the initial one would be expected.

Other areas of interest are from these descriptions. That is, your fuel levels are OK. Your computers are talking to each other. Your immobiliser is not active.

One point is that your crank sensor test is not getting through all 4 tests, only marking off tests 1 and 2.

• Injector time: Fuel Injector Pulse width in milliseconds. The value represents the time the fuel injector is open and injecting fuel into the inlet manifold. The value is an average of the time across all injectors. The total amount of fuel injected into the engine also depends on the number of injections.
• Fuel pump: This reading shows whether the ECU is currently driving the fuel pump relay ON or OFF.
• Crank phase 1: Crank Wheel adaption for phase 1. For optimum misfire detection the ECU needs to learn about any imperfections in the crankshaft wheel. This adaption is a four stage process and this display shows whether phase 1 has been completed.
• Crank phase 2: Crank Wheel adaption for phase 2. For optimum misfire detection the ECU needs to learn about any imperfections in the crankshaft wheel. This adaption is a four stage process and this display shows whether phase 2 has been completed.
• Crank phase 3: Crank Wheel adaption for phase 3. For optimum misfire detection the ECU needs to learn about any imperfections in the crankshaft wheel. This adaption is a four stage process and this display shows whether phase 3 has been completed.
• Crank phase 4: Crank Wheel adaption for phase 4. For optimum misfire detection the ECU needs to learn about any imperfections in the crankshaft wheel. This adaption is a four stage process and this display shows whether phase 4 has been completed.
• Crank error: The reading shows the number of times the ECU has encountered a problem with the position of the crankshaft sensor reference mark.
• Immobilizer state: This reading shows whether the ECU has immobilized the vehicle or not.
• Start state: This reading shows whether the ECU is currently operating its cranking idle fuelling and ignition strategy. When Starting is active, the ECU will normally operate special strategies to aid vehicle start up. This status should become inactive as soon as the vehicle has started.
• CAN faults: This display shows the number of times the CAN inter ECU communications BUS has been reset. In normal operation, no resets apart from the initial one would be expected.
• CAN status: This reading shows whether the ECU is currently receiving information on the (Controller Automotive Network) bus line. This signal is used to exchange information between the ECUs fitted to the vehicle. The CAN bus signal will only be inactive due to the presence of a fault in one of the ECUs connected to the CAN bus.
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********UPDATE**********


I FINALLY GOT MY DII RUNNING AM SO EXCITED BUT SCARED TO DRIVE IT AGAIN LOL. Sorry for the all caps
BUT the problem was that the fuel sending unit is bad so this WHOLE FREAKING DAMN TIME ITS BEEN OUT OF GAS. smh but other then that i had swapped some relays around and now my nanocom is crazy with codes
PXXXX
P0462
P1231
P1300
P0301
P0303
P0301
P1000
P0134

But 2rrow am going to swap the relays back and reset the adaptions
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