getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

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getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 9:28 am

:) hello all....how are we...?

Right my SE6 is a non starter at the moment....well since shes been off the road over the winter...its a c20ne engine and ran fine untill it stopped running :roll: cranks over fine.

What i do know......

1...checked the fuel relay and tried another(no change..i can feel it click twice prime/run)
2...there is fuel at the rail
3...changed the crank sensor(made no difference)
4...checked for spark...seems ok(not a huge spark though)
5...there is fuel in the chambers(can smell it while spark plug is out)
6...checked all the earths they seem ok

My lappy OBD reader came up with

OP-COM 100219a - PC based diagnostic tool



OP-COM - KW82 Communication Window> 1995 (S)|Calibra|Body|Immobiliser

KW82 protocol initialized.

ECU ID= AA,90532624,0896,2195,1796,H1876,W0L000085T9007889,

Part Number: 90532624
Alpha Code: AA
Mechanical key code: H1876
VIN: W0L000085T9007889
Production Date: 1796
Software Date: 2195


Total number of fault codes: 2

00011 - Transponder Key Problem
Not present

00015 - Vehicle Speed Signal Voltage Low
Not present

Right ok....the 00011 code is immobilizer related ? The code have been cleared and have not returned yet...tried my spare key(chipped) just in case...no change cranked fine...no eml

As for the other one 00015 I`ve been told not to worry about that yet as it would not stop the car from running.

Heres my project thread on cc.com

http://www.clubcalibra.com/calibra-proj ... ss-thread/
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:56 am


What are flash codes...?

currently there are no ecu codes stored(no ecu light) the light come on but goes out while cranking the engine....then back on.
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:04 am

Further OP-COM data


Selected model>,1995 (S),Calibra,Body,Immobiliser

Control Unit:

KW82 protocol initialized.

ECU ID= AA,90532624,0896,2195,1796,H1876,W0L000085T9007889,

Part Number: 90532624
Alpha Code: AA
Mechanical key code: H1876
VIN: W0L000085T9007889
Production Date: 1796
Software Date: 2195

Measuring blocks information:

Identifier,4
Diesel Cutoff Solenoid,Not Used
Ignition Status,On 12V
Engine Request,Received
Transponder-Key Status,TP-Keys Progr.
Transponder Key,Transp. Key 1
Transponder-Key 1 Status,Programmed
Transponder-Key 2 Status,Programmed
Transponder-Key 3 Status,Not Programmed
Transponder-Key 4 Status,Not Programmed
Transponder-Key 5 Status,Not Programmed
Immobiliser Signal,Transmitted
Engine Telltale (Check Light),Active 0V
Vehicle Speed,< 5 km/h
Vehicle Speed Output,Veh. Speedsignal
Security Wait Time,Inactive
Anti Theft Signal,Inactive 12V
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by cal16v » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:06 pm

Hi,

There's a relay associated with the immobiliser function isn't there? Could be this...

Thanks for your comment on my rebuild thread by the way.

Best of luck sorting this.
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:22 pm

Im not shure...theres two relays up under the dash(green)...some in the fuse box......and some in the engine bay fuse/relay box.
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by cal16v » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:41 pm

In the passenger side kick panel I think. I've never had an immobiliser issue so I'm pulling this from somewhere deep in the recesses :think:
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 12:52 pm

cal16v wrote:In the passenger side kick panel I think. I've never had an immobiliser issue so I'm pulling this from somewhere deep in the recesses :think:


Thanks mate i will look there...easy done as the ecu is on the floor while i look at the fuel relay lol
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 2:17 pm

Yes mate i cleared the codes wirh my obd reader.....before i got my obd reader i did a paper clip test and thought i got code 21 tps.....but after i got the obd reader it turned out it was code 31.

No codes have returned yet.
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 2:57 pm

I'll look into how old they are......ive had the car 2 years and not changed them. Than you
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 2:58 pm

Plus im shure the ignition amplifier is near the coil as the loom is plugged into it?
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by Allys Cally » Fri Jun 12, 2015 3:21 pm

the 8v in the se3 that John Kerr had didnt have an ignition amplifier
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:09 pm

Ahh...im going to look tomorrow when i go to my calicave lol
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Sat Jun 13, 2015 7:40 pm

So as my cally has turned into a long term project its been moved to a garage....ive called it CallyCave lol

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Got her up on axl stands so i can have a good look at her.....not too bad really some rust here and there....

Fuel lines are fine....they were "wax oiled" according to the History i got with the car.

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The cat looks like a OE type...

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The down pipe to cat is rusty

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Now heres the rust at the back end...clearly its not been protected for a long time...mabe not as bad as some though.....

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The front sub frame is not so bad....and wont be a bad job to sort out.

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The power steering pipes are ok...apart from oily from when i did the pump.

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passenger side pic(i think lol)

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Alternator side

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Drivers side Strut/drive shaft.

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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by eco16v » Thu Aug 06, 2015 9:48 pm

Similar condition underneath to my mag blue 16v, easy to sort just time consuming.
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Re: getting my SE6 back on the road bulld/progress thread.

by sealeysonic » Fri Aug 07, 2015 12:51 pm

Well as its in my garage i can do what i can to it....plus as its a non starter at the mo theres no rush.

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