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broke my sisters multispace uh oh ! helpppp
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hi guys my sisters multispace 03 plate 1.9D had a faulty horn which as I am aware is a common fault due to bad earthing points, i did some research and found that i needed to remove the steering column shroud and remove some little multiplug connectors and gave them a blow just incase they where clogged up, connected them all back up and now the car does not start im assuming its to do with the immobiliser i disconected the battery first as i was working with electrics and espacially close to the airbag. I am just wondering if any of you guys have had the same experience or know what i can do to fix it, the three multiplugs i removed are situated directly behind the steering wheel and below the column, there is one plug which goes straight to the ignition barrel if that helps you guys identify what i am on about, any help would be greatly appreciated as i said it is my sisters car not mine and she needs it everyday for work.
many thanks
adam
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#2
Read this link http://www.bba-reman.com/content.aspx?co...ot_process

When battery is disconnected - leave about 30-40 minutes before you do anything near airbag, then double check what you have previously done there is a guide for com2000 removal here http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...t=com+2000
On reassembly follow bsi reboot process and pray Smile

Please post how you get on




(02-08-2011, 08:10 PM)punto adam Wrote:  hi guys my sisters multispace 03 plate 1.9D had a faulty horn which as I am aware is a common fault due to bad earthing points, i did some research and found that i needed to remove the steering column shroud and remove some little multiplug connectors and gave them a blow just incase they where clogged up, connected them all back up and now the car does not start im assuming its to do with the immobiliser i disconected the battery first as i was working with electrics and espacially close to the airbag. I am just wondering if any of you guys have had the same experience or know what i can do to fix it, the three multiplugs i removed are situated directly behind the steering wheel and below the column, there is one plug which goes straight to the ignition barrel if that helps you guys identify what i am on about, any help would be greatly appreciated as i said it is my sisters car not mine and she needs it everyday for work.
many thanks
adam

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#3
sorry for taking so long to reply, i have fixed the berlingo so i had forgotten about this haha. took airbag and steering wheel off, removed the clock spring for inspection and the pins on the central grey block connector where all bent and buckled so i straightened them out and fitted it all back together and everything is fine so far.
thanks
adam
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