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Pete K
 


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Location: GL
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England 2005 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Rimini RedDiscovery 3

This is kinda how you do it on a iid which are £400



Best to choose first option (not confirmed list)
  
Post #186967217th Oct 2017 11:04 pm
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rowlejohn
 


Member Since: 15 Sep 2017
Location: Colwyn Bay, Conwy
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United Kingdom 2008 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Buckingham BlueDiscovery 3

A further update.....
Contacted a member of another LR forum who owns a Disco 3, HSE, 2008/9 model which has the same equipment fitted as mine. He also has the IID tool and had it unlocked to suit my VIN.
Met up with him and he went through all the CCF functions and found that the electric steering wheel and tilt functions were shown as "Not fitted"- these were enabled and the column would still not adjust manually. It showed that there was no voltage present when the adjustment switch was moved (In Manual-not Auto mode).
I suggested that could he swap the module on his car with the new module in order to ascertain whether this second new module was faulty-he was happy to go ahead with that. The module has been removed and posted to him.
I fitted my old module back in the car, as I expected, the steering column works as it should Sad

Will advise the outcome and thoughts after the test has been completed.
  
Post #187177924th Oct 2017 12:06 pm
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Pete K
 


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England 2005 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Rimini RedDiscovery 3

I'd be interested to know.... before he changes modules, to look at his car CCF and see if steering is fitted. Worth a quick check as logic isn't always the right way round.


Think I would have reset your car? battery disconnection maybe before giving up
  
Post #187191724th Oct 2017 4:53 pm
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rowlejohn
 


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United Kingdom 2008 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Buckingham BlueDiscovery 3

Quick question.....If the battery is disconnected for any reason, does the radio etc. need a code-which I do not have- and the windows/sunroof be reset or re-taught ?

Still waiting for news on the memory module "Test" but I am not in any rush, plus we are off to France on Monday for a week.
  
Post #187291627th Oct 2017 1:21 pm
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Pete K
 


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There is no radio code.

Don't recall any issues with the window one touch
  
Post #187297027th Oct 2017 5:30 pm
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rowlejohn
 


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United Kingdom 2008 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Buckingham BlueDiscovery 3

UPDATE***
Follow up info since my last post. Johnlad had the new module and very kindly tried it on his Disco 3 with electric steering column. Here is his texed reply to me.....


"Just tested my cig readings for the steering adjustment and mem seating and they were set to inactive as yours were before we altered them.
Anyway I went ahead and fitted your module and it did not work the steering column adjust feature so put my original one back and all works as it should so can only assume your new module is a faulty unit like the previous one
Thanks John"

I have contacted Conwy Land Rover and they suggested that it it appears there is a faulty batch of the modules at their Central Spares Depot. Accordingly, I have sent a mail to the supplier requesting a replacement/refund. As the main stealers do not have the equipment to carry out specific function tests on the sealed modules and no faults appear on diagnostics, it looks very much a luck of the draw scenario with getting a functional component other than getting one from the manufacturer which has passed all function tests. The label has "Ford" printed on it as well as the LR logo, IF, Ford use these on one of their models which do not have electric steering adjustment, could it be that the wrong label has been put on a Ford unit ???.......The mind boggles EmbarassedEmbarassed
  
Post #18763216th Nov 2017 4:33 pm
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rowlejohn
 


Member Since: 15 Sep 2017
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United Kingdom 2008 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Buckingham BlueDiscovery 3

Just had this info from the guy who fitted the module to his car to try it out. It's a list of errors .

Vehicle scanned on 03-11-2017 18:12
Using IIDTool BT V3.0 B2444
Body Control
• B1B69-16 (6C) 12 volt supply circuit - General electrical failure - circuit voltage below threshold
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1B70-81 (2Cool Local interconnection network bus circuit 2 - Bus signal/message failure - invalid serial data received
( on 29-10-2017 12:03:35 at 124622 mi )
• B1B85-87 (2Cool Memory control module - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C13-3A (6Cool Driver's up/down mirror motor feedback circuit - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C14-3A (6Cool Driver's left/right mirror motor feedback circuit - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C15-3A (6Cool Passenger's up/down mirror motor feedback circuit - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C16-3A (6Cool Passenger's left/right mirror motor feedback circuit - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C33-3A (6Cool Steering column tilt feedback signal - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )
• B1C35-3A (6Cool Steering column telescope feedback signal - Frequency modulation/pulse width modulation failure - incorrect, has too many pulses
( on 29-10-2017 11:15:42 at 124622 mi )

Important to add that all his memory functions etc. work as they should with his original module
  
Post #18763716th Nov 2017 6:01 pm
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rowlejohn
 


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Due to all the faffing about regarding return of the unit to the supplier, which they are happy to accept, they suggested that I take it to my local LR Stealer-Conwy Landrover for them to handle, which I did on Friday. The parts guy told me that as they hadn't fitted the part, despite having details of the fault codes it threw up (Thanks Johnlad for that), they needed to prove to themselves that it was in fact faulty. They are prepared to order in a new item from LR. I have to take the car in, they will fit the faulty new unit I have to see if there are any problems. They will then fit the new unit they have ordered and see if that works. If it does, there will be no labour charges as the part is under warranty, if it doesn't they will request that all items in stock be quarantined . In other words, I will only have to pay if the "Faulty" new unit decides to work (Doubtful) and I will only be billed for the labour involved, which they tell me is a while you wait operation.
They also confirmed that replacement of the unit is a "Plug & Play" process with no programming involved although they will use their diagnostic system to look for any errors.
This is to take place in a couple of weeks time, I will of course keep you updated with the outcome.
Whistle Whistle
  
Post #187858312th Nov 2017 4:16 pm
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johnlad
 


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let us know how you get on
  
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