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Old 01-12-2013   #121
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

Hi,
I'm still hoping to reset/fault find an airbag system in a 2005 Idea,
will it work for that..??,
or do you need the FULL version?,
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

If you look here: http://www.multiecuscan.net/SupportedVehiclesList.aspx

then you will see that all listed Ideas require the licenced version of MultiECUScan to work with the airbag system.
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

Has anyone got or tried a iOS/android Bluetooth obd device?
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

New to all this.

Have Ducato that has had an intermittent problem for last two years (same fault each time). Main dealers cannot find it. The latest dealer (in Spain) says fault codes are not stored in ECU after the "Check Engine" warning and "Injection System Failure" light extinguish. (Is the really true? - Should they not be stored as "Intermittent" Errors in the ECU and then be visible with EXAMINER - forever or until the fault memory is cleared?)

So need to connect my laptop (Win7) and see for myself what the ECU says when the problem occurs. (Van might go 1000+km over several days with no faults, then it can occur a number of times over several days or weeks, before running perfectly OK again.)

Its a motorhome on a 2007 Ducato 130 Mulitjet chassis with K line diagnostic on the ECU (pin 25 on vehicle harness socket).

What cable do I need (the one listed early in thread is no longer available)? Where do I plug it in? (Is there socket somehwere under the dash?)

Where so I get the software? (The URLs for that and the instructions no longer work.)

Thanks - in desperation.[IMG]http://www.fiatforum.com/data:image/gif,GIF89a%12%00%12%00%B3%00%00%FF%FF%FF%F7%F7%EF% CC%CC%CC%BD%BE%BD%99%99%99ZYZRUR%00%00%00%FE%01%02 %00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%0 0%00%00%00%00!%F9%04%04%14%00%FF%00%2C%00%00%00%00 %12%00%12%00%00%04X0%C8I%2B%1D8%EB%3D%E4%00%60(%8A %85%17%0AG*%8C%40%19%7C%00J%08%C4%B1%92%26z%C76%FE %02%07%C2%89v%F0%7Dz%C3b%C8u%14%82V5%23o%A7%13%19L %BCY-%25%7D%A6l%DF%D0%F5%C7%02%85%5B%D82%90%CBT%87%D8i7 %88Y%A8%DB%EFx%8B%DE%12%01%00%3B[/IMG][IMG]http://www.fiatforum.com/data:image/gif,GIF89a%12%00%12%00%B3%00%00%FF%FF%FF%F7%F7%EF% CC%CC%CC%BD%BE%BD%99%99%99ZYZRUR%00%00%00%FE%01%02 %00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%0 0%00%00%00%00!%F9%04%04%14%00%FF%00%2C%00%00%00%00 %12%00%12%00%00%04X0%C8I%2B%1D8%EB%3D%E4%00%60(%8A %85%17%0AG*%8C%40%19%7C%00J%08%C4%B1%92%26z%C76%FE %02%07%C2%89v%F0%7Dz%C3b%C8u%14%82V5%23o%A7%13%19L %BCY-%25%7D%A6l%DF%D0%F5%C7%02%85%5B%D82%90%CBT%87%D8i7 %88Y%A8%DB%EFx%8B%DE%12%01%00%3B[/IMG]
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

Quote Originally Posted by BarrieAvis View Post
New to all this.

Have Ducato that has had an intermittent problem for last two years (same fault each time). Main dealers cannot find it. The latest dealer (in Spain) says fault codes are not stored in ECU after the "Check Engine" warning and "Injection System Failure" light extinguish. (Is the really true? - Should they not be stored as "Intermittent" Errors in the ECU and then be visible with EXAMINER - forever or until the fault memory is cleared?)

So need to connect my laptop (Win7) and see for myself what the ECU says when the problem occurs. (Van might go 1000+km over several days with no faults, then it can occur a number of times over several days or weeks, before running perfectly OK again.)

Its a motorhome on a 2007 Ducato 130 Mulitjet chassis with K line diagnostic on the ECU (pin 25 on vehicle harness socket).

What cable do I need (the one listed early in thread is no longer available)? Where do I plug it in? (Is there socket somehwere under the dash?)

Where so I get the software? (The URLs for that and the instructions no longer work.)

Thanks - in desperation.[IMG]http://www.fiatforum.com/data:image/gif,GIF89a%12%00%12%00%B3%00%00%FF%FF%FF%F7%F7%EF% CC%CC%CC%BD%BE%BD%99%99%99ZYZRUR%00%00%00%FE%01%02 %00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%0 0%00%00%00%00!%F9%04%04%14%00%FF%00%2C%00%00%00%00 %12%00%12%00%00%04X0%C8I%2B%1D8%EB%3D%E4%00%60(%8A %85%17%0AG*%8C%40%19%7C%00J%08%C4%B1%92%26z%C76%FE %02%07%C2%89v%F0%7Dz%C3b%C8u%14%82V5%23o%A7%13%19L %BCY-%25%7D%A6l%DF%D0%F5%C7%02%85%5B%D82%90%CBT%87%D8i7 %88Y%A8%DB%EFx%8B%DE%12%01%00%3B[/IMG][IMG]http://www.fiatforum.com/data:image/gif,GIF89a%12%00%12%00%B3%00%00%FF%FF%FF%F7%F7%EF% CC%CC%CC%BD%BE%BD%99%99%99ZYZRUR%00%00%00%FE%01%02 %00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%00%0 0%00%00%00%00!%F9%04%04%14%00%FF%00%2C%00%00%00%00 %12%00%12%00%00%04X0%C8I%2B%1D8%EB%3D%E4%00%60(%8A %85%17%0AG*%8C%40%19%7C%00J%08%C4%B1%92%26z%C76%FE %02%07%C2%89v%F0%7Dz%C3b%C8u%14%82V5%23o%A7%13%19L %BCY-%25%7D%A6l%DF%D0%F5%C7%02%85%5B%D82%90%CBT%87%D8i7 %88Y%A8%DB%EFx%8B%DE%12%01%00%3B[/IMG]


Hi,
here;
http://www.multiecuscan.net/Default.aspx


should answer MOST of your questions,


the Ducato section will add to other queries you may have ;-)


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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

Thanks. I have sent an e-mail to their sales dept to check what I need to buy.

Can you tell me please where I should post my Question about the Ducato and in particular how long (intermittent) fault codes are stored in the ECU and kept available for the Fiat EXAMINER system to get at them in the Dealer Workshop?

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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

multiecuscan.net is the website you need to visit.

You will find a Forum link at the top/head of the page.

There you will also find a "Supported Vehicles" page where you can check the level of support for your vehicle.

Regarding ECU fault codes. They are generally kept until the "clear fault codes" / "turn EML off" procedure is carried out.

Some ECUs will turn off / reset the EML if after the fault occurring event the fault/event is no longer present.

The no longer present criteria varies from car to car/make to make but generally you are looking at:

o 10 or more successful fault free drive cycles
o x hundred miles fault free with only 1 or 2 drive cycles
o some other criteria defined by the manufacturer

Generally speaking car ECUs log faults and keep history until either a diagnostic system is connected and the ECU read OR till the ECU is happy there is no fault present long term.

It is not realistic for a vehicle ECU to keep a long term history of every event/fault that has occurred. Remember the ECU has a complex job to do, limited on-board memory and as such is designed to be monitored and attended to by suitably equipped service agents, etc.
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

Hi All
I have a Fiat Punto Active sport 1.2 8v 2004. i can not find my car in the support list. can any help me to find my car on the list thanks
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Hi All
I have a Fiat Punto Active sport 1.2 8v 2004. i can not find my car in the support list. can any help me to find my car on the list thanks
Hi,
it's there..

Fiat
Punto '03
1.2 8V

it's showing the date YOUR model started production,
that's why the previous punto is 1999

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Many thanks Charlie... sorry for the late reply
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Has anyone got or tried a iOS/android Bluetooth obd device?


I've just brought one but can't find my 3 pin connection.. I've been told it's near the coolant bottle!? Any ideas..
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Re: FREE to try Fiat diagnostic software

not too familiar..

ask in the section for YOUR vehicle ( coupe..??)

may well have a blanking plug/ cap in it.
@Neverth may well have a photo for guidance..

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Yeah it's coupe 16v turbo.. I've seen a 3pin connection near my battery with a cap over it. But been told my be the abs socket 😳
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Thanks mate 😃
I've seen that one near the battery but people have been telling me that ones for the abs..
Gunna have a look at weekend...
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