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tayaste
 


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Thumbs Up I'd go with that one
  
Post #143069021st Feb 2015 8:42 pm
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harrythespider wrote:
... and I cannot understand how removing fuses 15 and 16 from the battery fuse box (heated front screen and heated door mirror) can affect rear lower tailgate motors, door locks and other equipment covered by other fuses.


Harry,

Just to clear this up, the fuses that may need removing are the big JCASE style cartridge / link fuses, not the little fuses you describe. These are the high amperage feeds to the CJB/BCM.

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harrythespider wrote:
So the fuses are unwittingly 'dual purpose' serving both the intended parts plus the BCM.


No.

harrythespider wrote:
I think I read that a flash could be done with fuse 15 or 16 removed, if that's true, why, as a precaution, the fuse isn't removed prior to reflash, thus avoiding the possibility of a 'burnout'.


It cannot be done with the main CJB/BCM power removed. Not sure where you read this.

harrythespider wrote:
On an aside, I have been told that the 'cheap' keyfobs on fleabay can be programmed if the horn is disconnected, is this another oddity of the D3 canbus or likely to be untrue.


Whilst I try to avoid the security stuff on open forum this, thankfully, is not true. But if you do think you have stumbled on a security issue it is not a great idea to post it on the forum. We don't want to be a one-stop-shop for recidivists.

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These are the ones Robbie is referring too..




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Thanks Mick, was just doing the gallery thing with my fat fingers(!):

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All rights reserved etc.

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Robbie wrote:
harrythespider wrote:
I think I read that a flash could be done with fuse 15 or 16 removed, if that's true, why, as a precaution, the fuse isn't removed prior to reflash, thus avoiding the possibility of a 'burnout'.


It cannot be done with the main CJB/BCM power removed. Not sure where you read this.


From the IID manual:
IID Manual wrote:
Recovery Method:
If a failure occurred and a second attempt is needed, select the function to re-fl ash the BCM and when
the message «Wait for completion message and keep IIDTool connected <+>» is displayed, reconnect
fuse 15 and quickly press the «Speed + / Menu up» button to continue. Once the re-fl ashing is completed,
reconnect fuse 16. If it failed on the second attempt also with only fuse 15 installed, try again
with fuse 16 only.
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Yep, I've read that once or twice!

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Manuals are like that aren't they? Too much information in one place. Laughing
 Current: Discovery 3 06MY (55 reg) HSE Auto Zambezi Silver Zambezi Silver Allisport Fast Road Intercooler, V8 Brakes, Silicone IC Hoses, EGRs Blanked, Remapped, De-Cat pipe, FBHIC
Freelander 2 2007 HSE Manual Tambora Flame
Previous: FL2 56 reg SE Manual Black (written off Sad )
Disco 3 06 reg B7S Manual Rimini Red Rimini Red
Disco 2 TD5 Y reg ES Manual Blue - Chipped Very Happy
Several Discovery 300 TDis
 
 
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Mr. Green

The key point in the instructions above is that the fuses have to be pushed back in to provide the power. The key message is having the ability to pull them should anything go amiss.

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Hi BBS Spy
Sorry to tag this on here but I can't seem to be able to PM you with my order number for a Nanocom
Via the Harry the spider group buy
I hope this gets to you O K
My Order number is 1425123539
My apologies again for trying to get this to you in a ass about face fashion but I thought this might get to you without it being sent to to many people via this post

Many thanks. Farmer
  
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You need a few posts to pm. I think it's 3 . You may well have enough now, give it another go.
  
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Hiya Farmer

No worries, all sorted for you Thumbs Up
  
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DiscoZack wrote:
Since Norfolk, Reynard and myself appear to be ineligible for this group buy, let's hope there is enough interest for another one soon Thumbs Up


Took the bullet and payed full price as I already have Nanocom Evolution. Only saw after registered that I was to late joining the forum.
  
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Pulled my name from the list since a) I wasn't eligible and b) I got one from for sale column on this site Thumbs Up

Now I can play Very Happy
 Cheers, Chris in Cambridge
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any more group buy deals going?
I loved the Nanocom on my TD5 - does it do height calibration on the D3 as well as all the other functions?

Then theres the i938 and IID tool.....too many options!
Is Nano the best for this mod-range price of tools, MSV is too much for a chap who has just purchased the D3 Smile
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