Help to interpret real-time table data. Tddi 75cv

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GermanTourneo
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Help to interpret real-time table data. Tddi 75cv

Post by GermanTourneo »

I have tried everything. initialize the module, program keys, test all fuses, relays, wiring, and it still won't start. I have no current in the flow solenoid, sometimes 0.18v when starting, it ranges between that and 0.0 volt. The pump is repaired, they did a good job. I don't want to think that the mosfet is damaged again. Or maybe yes?


This is the FIP data in real time. Do you see something wrong?

I also have the data from the PCM.

If the fip were faulty, mosfet burned for example, should you give me some dtc or would not forscan register it?



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Re: Help to interpret real-time table data. Tddi 75cv

Post by Ecmbuster »

You seen to NOT understand what drive-by-wire means.
The engine computer needs to recognize throttle opening and the connection from the throttle pedal to the PCM.
The connection is from 0.0 % to 99 % and recognized with the PCM.
The engine computer (PCM) also needs to control the electronic fuel pump.
The PCM and electronic fuel pump work together.
The PCM controls the injector opening and closing time.
The PCM requires data from the electronic fuel pump to be advised what the fuel pressure is.
NO FUEL PRESSURE = NO START
NO START = NO INJECTOR OPENING
The PCM controls the amount of fuel to increase or decrease RPM with commands to the electronic fuel pump
The PCM also commands the electronic fuel to STOP the flow / pressure when the ignition key is turned to the OFF position.
The electronic fuel pump controls pressure and flow depending on engine load, when the PCM is operating normally.
If the PCM does not see or recognize the electronic fuel pump, the PCM will NOT engage a start cycle.

What you post is difficult to translate from Spanish to English with screen images.

PCM P1576 = "pedal position not available"
PCM P0121 = "Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch "A" Circuit Range/Performance Problem"
PCM P0221 = "Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch B Circuit Range/Performance Problem"
PCM P0226 = "Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch C/ Circuit Range/Performance Problem"
PCM P0110 = "Intake Air Temperature Sensor Circuit Malfunction"
PCM P0515 = "Battery Temperature Sensor Circuit"
PCM P1000 = "OBD-II monitor testing is not complete"

CSM Ninguno = None or not connected
ECS Ninguno = None or not connected
IC Ninguno = None or not connected
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GermanTourneo
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Re: Help to interpret real-time table data. Tddi 75cv

Post by GermanTourneo »

But it should still start without the pedal. The pedal is only for acceleration.

I have measured voltage on the psg5 and I have some weird things.


I have measured voltage and I do not have the 5V from the gyro sensor

and the mosfet i have:

Arrow 1: -0.11 in ignition


Arrow 2: 2.01 V in ignition


Arrow 3: 0.00 V in ignition.




And when starting, on arrow 2 I have 12 volts. But on the flow solenoid, 0 volts




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Re: Help to interpret real-time table data. Tddi 75cv

Post by Ecmbuster »

Obviously you are far more intelligent that I am.
An interesting answer you need to post is the model year of that "Frankenstein"
I do wonder however about the model year?
IC Ninguno = None or not connected.
Does this "Frankenstein" have PATS?
Is it the same PCM that can use a mechanical pump?
Maybe other members can help you.
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