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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 10:21:29 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by STEMO
Every mechanic I know blames CAN when they don't understand CAN  :y

CAN doesn't just fail, its always a module, the major question is which one, if a unit communicates by some means, even if its only fault codes then CAN is fine.

In general, the BCM/Gateway (for DoIP) is the CAN master on most vehicles built in the last 15 years (although GM did use the display as a CAN bridge on some vehicles) or so, always worth a check.
The climate control has a single fault relating to CAN communication with the engine module...  :-\

It happens quite regularly, if a module is a bit slow to boot up a CAN frame gets missed and it flags a CAN fault issue. These are often masked at end of line and never cause a significant issue.

So what codes are actually present and wont clear (with engine running);
Fault code 000001..........this car is a Mercedes Benz  ;D

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 10:19:50 
Started by BazaJT - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
The realistic cost of £100bn would buy 100 type 45 destroyers & in this unstable world I know which would be more useful. The only reason we are building HS2 is the the EU has ordered us to. Come the 31/10 we can tell them to swivel & cancel it.

Lizzie's argument is nonsensical that it will create jobs, so would bringing back wheel tappers on every platform at every station. The difference between rich & poor countries is the efficient allocation of limited resources that provides a decent ROI. HS2 doesnt where the maths I think were done by either Lizzie or Diane Abbot where it will return in the region of £eleventy-ten-one. :-[ :-[ :-[

So it does not take thousands of workers to build the line, thousands to provide the materials, then hundreds to run the new lines?! Then there is the untold jobs that will be created by the more efficient movement of people between the major business centres.

So the EU is forcing us to build these new lines? Rubbish!!

If you Rod had been around in the great days of railway building they would never have been built and we would still be using horse and carts!

Roads are too clogged and slow, air travel is damaging the environment, and the current railway lines from South to North, at least, have reached maximum capacity, but people will still need to travel between cities, and fast.

No, just another negative comment to justify the usual negative comments about everything. ::) ::) ::) 

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 10:19:05 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by STEMO
David Hedison-Voyage to the bottom of the Sea among his credits-aged 92.
92???? Kinnell, it doesn't seem that long ago that I was watching that.  :(

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 10:15:30 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Fuse 19
Every mechanic I know blames CAN when they don't understand CAN  :y

CAN doesn't just fail, its always a module, the major question is which one, if a unit communicates by some means, even if its only fault codes then CAN is fine.

In general, the BCM/Gateway (for DoIP) is the CAN master on most vehicles built in the last 15 years (although GM did use the display as a CAN bridge on some vehicles) or so, always worth a check.
The climate control has a single fault relating to CAN communication with the engine module...  :-\

It happens quite regularly, if a module is a bit slow to boot up a CAN frame gets missed and it flags a CAN fault issue. These are often masked at end of line and never cause a significant issue.

So what codes are actually present and wont clear (with engine running);

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 10:13:36 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Doctor Gollum
Every mechanic I know blames CAN when they don't understand CAN  :y

CAN doesn't just fail, its always a module, the major question is which one, if a unit communicates by some means, even if its only fault codes then CAN is fine.

In general, the BCM/Gateway (for DoIP) is the CAN master on most vehicles built in the last 15 years (although GM did use the display as a CAN bridge on some vehicles) or so, always worth a check.
The climate control has a single fault relating to CAN communication with the engine module...  :-\

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 10:07:56 
Started by RobseyMV6 - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
It is a personal choice! ::) ::) ::)

For me, who has used them in modern business times as an essential business tool along with budget sheets, balance sheets, and Profit & Loss accounts, it makes every sense, and I can simply look at the spreadsheet to see when things have been done, the mileage, cost (with running total) and when things need doing.  I don't have to go around the engine bay looking for stickers with limited information.  I can do it in the comfort of my home.

If TB had used a spreadsheet he would not have forgotten when cam belts had been changed, which started this part of the thread off ::) ::) ::) :P

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 09:09:28 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Fuse 19
Its got a couple of gallons of diesel in there at the moment.  Typical. ;D
Im actually confident I would get at least what I paid for it even if the engine is fooked. It will cost  lot more than that to buy wnother half decent one though.

Its not as simple as the fuel shutoff solenoid on the pump?

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 09:08:55 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Fuse 19
Every mechanic I know blames CAN when they don't understand CAN  :y

CAN doesn't just fail, its always a module, the major question is which one, if a unit communicates by some means, even if its only fault codes then CAN is fine.

In general, the BCM/Gateway (for DoIP) is the CAN master on most vehicles built in the last 15 years (although GM did use the display as a CAN bridge on some vehicles) or so, always worth a check.


 99 
 on: Yesterday at 08:06:21 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by BazaJT
David Hedison-Voyage to the bottom of the Sea among his credits-aged 92.

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 08:03:56 
Started by BazaJT - Last post by BazaJT
Thanks Rods ;D ;D ;D

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