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Wiring diagram berlingo 2.0 van 2002
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I am looking for a specific wiring diagram for VIN NO VF7MERHYB65876196 with ABS and AC. Can anyone help

The specific problem is that I have had the ABS removed but now have a permanent warning light (brake fluid and handbrake[both OK ]) which I can not fix Many thanks
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#2
So the ABS is out of the car or you just disconnected it?
If its the latter I think an error code delete can work.
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(20-05-2019, 08:02 AM)Hyperion Wrote:  So the ABS is out of the car or you just disconnected it?
If its the latter I think an error code delete can work.

My mechanic has removed the ABS and all associated bits. Both he and an auto electrician have worked for hours but can not eliminate the brakefluid/handbrake warning light. There is nothing wrong with brakes. They have suggested that a VIN specific wiring diagram might help
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(20-05-2019, 01:54 PM)berwicklaw Wrote:  
(20-05-2019, 08:02 AM)Hyperion Wrote:  So the ABS is out of the car or you just disconnected it?
If its the latter I think an error code delete can work.

My mechanic has removed the ABS and all associated bits. Both he and an auto electrician have worked for hours but can not eliminate the brakefluid/handbrake warning light. There is nothing wrong with brakes. They have suggested that a VIN specific wiring diagram might help

Here's the ABS wiring diagram that I think was for my 2005 2.0HDi.
As you'll see, the ABS is fairly well integrated into the BSI & ECU.
Have your mechanics disabled ABS via Lexia?


Attached Files
.pdf   ABS.pdf (Size: 1.42 MB / Downloads: 5)
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Have they configured the clocks for no abs? Bsi also? As the canbus setup that feeds the clocks is from the bsi if it has fat indicator stalks like a 307 and it’s the first of the canbus variants with big headlamps... or maybe even the last of the small headlamp ones which I think were also canbus’d to a degree so the above wiring diagram may not be relevant at all as your van is probably the last of the m59’s I reckon from year
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Dumdum has a point. It looks like your van is a late M49, not an M59 as I'd thought from the year?
However, if your van has an OBD port, you'll need to see what Lexia comes up with re the ABS.
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