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Please let us know what you find out



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Hello, 

Thank you for being interested in my vehicle. 
I'll try to see what's wrong. 

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Pin 7 should have at least 0.8*battery voltage, i.e. more than 9.6V with the battery at 12V. If you don't have any voltage there or a Check Engine Light (MIL) lit on key on then I suspect that you have a faulty ECU.



-- Edited by Rhinoman on Thursday 16th of June 2011 08:08:45 PM

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Hello, 

I have checked in pin7 0.02V with the engine running, 
or not. 
No default check engine dash. 
 
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Thats not good, did you have the ignition switched on? was the Check Engine Light/MIL illuminated? Try measuring the voltage between pin 7 and the car body, I would expect to see nearly 12V on that pin.



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Hello,

 

Yes, i can.

There is between Pin 5 ~7  = 0,02V

 

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Can you measure the voltage between pin 7 and pin 5?



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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
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Hello, 

Ok, I understand, thank you. 
So, no I did not pin9 on connector my ECU 
car. 
In this case how do you do? 
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J1962 connector

 

 

The connector won't have all the pins. Pin 9 is the serial data link, my interface comminicates with the ECU via this pin. If you have pin 7 then it should be an OBD2 ECU.



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Hello, 

Sorry, but I do not understand the question. (Google traduction no)
socket computer off car is 16-pins, I can 
plug in a socket OBD2, EOBD 1260, but I'm not saying 
that this is the one I need. 

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-- Edited by Franch on Sunday 12th of June 2011 11:59:32 AM

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Which pins on the 16-pin diagnostic connector are populated?



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Hello, 

Thank you for your reply. 
No, there is no bosch in my Samurai. 
Delphi injection system Epic. 

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2001 may be OBD2 or OBD1, there wasn't a requirement for existing diesel models to switch over until 2004. Do you know if its a Bosch ECU? which pins on the diagnostic connector are populated?

I do have a Bosch ECU here from a GV but I haven't yet taken a look at it to see what protocol it is. That one might give us a clue as to when they changed.



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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
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Hello, 

I am located in France. 
My Samurai is 2001. 

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Welcome to the forum. What is the year of manufacture of your Samurai and where abouts are you located?



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2004 Suzuki Ignis 1.5VVT 4Grip
2006 Suzuki Jimny 1.3VVT JLX+
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Hello everyone, 

I congratulate you for this forum. 

I also have a Suzuki Samurai engine 1.9D 
Renault. 
Oh, not a lightning war, but it is a vehicle 
makes me good service. 
It consumes little 7.5L / 100km, perfect for small 
portfolios. 
Last week, I changed the rings (segments) and the O 
receiver because a lot of oil coming out by the 
breather, and had eventually clog the engine up 
crash. 

I would check the computer and diagnose 
fault because she smokes a little slow and after 3 minutes 
operation and then once hot, it becomes 
normal. 
Which brings me here. 
I have an OBD2 plug, but not for my app 
vehicle at home here, your software would he able 
to connect to my vehicle? And through taking ODB 
gallineto 1260. 

Excuse my English, especially with the Google translation. 

Thank you in advance for your answers soon. 

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