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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old Dec 20th, 2017, 08:46 PM
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All cars cause problems, it’s worth sticking at it though. I agree how can they have traced the wire if they didn’t break in to the loom. Check and junctions or bulges for connections or breaks. I flunked finding mine, but checked a bulge and the issue was obvious.

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Yea that's what i'm hoping, i do find it strange though that 5 garages have checked the wiring supposedly and said there is nothing wrong. What i want to do over the holiday is check the entire length of cable and also disconnect the modules attached in the image (circled in manly pink). If I have the locations of them and what I need to do that would be great! As a side note I have changed the dials (instrument cluster) as everything to the left of the dials is fine.... everything to the right cannot be connected to, seems logical but didn't work

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some kinda unrelated good news on the mini! so my thinking that the supercharger pulley making the eml light come on was incorrect...... turns out that the crank pulley has broken! was at the garage having a 17% put on but when they took the belt off the crank pulley was broken! this explains the lack of power and stuff!! Anyway on the Orranje website, lightened crank pulley +2 and 5% alternator pulley. so hopefully once all fitted the car will run and drive again.... then its just a matter of fixing the ecu wiring issue, but at least it will be driveable!

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Runs fine now the crank pulley is done!! Tis perfect... Just need to sort the obd issue now!

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Did you ever solve this issue?
Hi there, unfortunately I haven't fixed this yet but I am desperate to! Literally do not know what to do now. Are you having a similar issue?

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