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[Warning Light] Engine diagnosis warning lamp
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Hello! I have a berlingo 2006 1.6 Hdi. Today I went for lets say 5 miles driving. I parked the van infront my house. After about an hour I went to start mt van. I noticed that the engine diagnosis warning lamp remained lit. Any help please?
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#2
Were there any other symptoms? Have you driven the van when the light has been on?
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#3
Only one way to find out the fault and that's to have the fault code read from the ecu.

Otherwise it's a guessing game and very deep pockets.
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#4
Get a OBD2 reader for your phone or laptap - bluetooth, quick and simple.

Discussed here: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...hlight=obd

I purchased this one for my 1.6Hdi from Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/CAN-BUS-Diagnost...811&sr=8-4
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!0x for your reply. Have you found the obd 2 reader you bought good?


quote='Bryce' pid='25964' dateline='1346530909']
Get a OBD2 reader for your phone or laptap - bluetooth, quick and simple.

Discussed here: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...hlight=obd

I purchased this one for my 1.6Hdi from Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/CAN-BUS-Diagnost...811&sr=8-4
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#6
Yes - really useful. There are some good phone apps - Torque Pro is really good.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...rque&hl=en

But even for reseting and reading alerts the free sodtware which comes with it will do the job.
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#7
But can I use this software Torque with any obd 2 & a laptop?

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kevin




(02-09-2012, 08:01 AM)kffarr Wrote:  !0x for your reply. Have you found the obd 2 reader you bought good?


quote='Bryce' pid='25964' dateline='1346530909']
Get a OBD2 reader for your phone or laptap - bluetooth, quick and simple.

Discussed here: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...hlight=obd

I purchased this one for my 1.6Hdi from Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/CAN-BUS-Diagnost...811&sr=8-4
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#8
Hi Kevin

This is for Android based phones, however there are many more if you search for OBD2 software. The OBD2 bluetooth device from Amazon comes with a CD with free software for PC and phones. I have tried a few of these and they are relatively ok - not as feature rich and graphical as Torque Pro but will read error codes etc

If you get a bluetooth device then you will require bluetooth on the PC - or buy a USB bluetooth device - they go for about £1
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