Ozvtr wrote: ↑Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:53 am
I am not sure but the "oil gauge" would be the oil level sensor. Its up to you, but at the best of times
these things are unreliable. I would recommend removing it and cleaning it with brake cleaner or throttle body cleaner. It's basically a long tube and it gets gunk in it. If that doesn't fix it it's probably faulty.
The P1799 and P1763 look like the multi function switch. If you are sure you cleaned it as well as you can and you have adjusted it as well as you can, looks like it needs to be replaced.
If LEXIA gets an "ECU not recognized" error, it's one of a couple of things.
It's not the ECU it was expecting. Given the RPO number and car model, LEXIA builds up a table of ECU's that should be in there (model, brand). If it's not correct it whinges.
It cant talk to the ECU. The "language" LEXIA uses to talk to the ECU is incorrect. (or) The hardware can't interface with the ECU.
Generally with later cars its the hardware. As I said your LEXIA needs to be the "full chip" version (I'm not saying yours isn't, I'm just saying it needs to be).
You need to have the correct revision of the software, so it knows what to look for and how to talk to it.
Again, I am not an expert on this but there are some guys on here better than me when it comes to this stuff and hopefully they will pop up.
If you are impatient (LOL) you can try telling LEXIA that the car is the Peugeot equivalent. It quite often does better under these circumstances to tell LEXIA you car is a Peugeot...give it a go.
OK... little (happy) update...
Last night a went a little more into specifics. Found where i can change configs etc.
And i was really happy to see that my initial guess was actually right.
BSI was set on MANUAL gearbox instead of AUTOMATIC
Changed to the right setting and tadaaaa...
- Gears displayed
- Sport/Snow displayed
- Reverse light goes ON when on reverse
- Rear wiper goes one when front wipers and reverse are engaged
- Can hear the "ding" from the dash when reverse is engaged
I guess that either the BSI either
- reset somehow to the default MANUAL value
- replaced with one from a manual car
and maybe the operator forgot to change it back OR didn't have the right tool to do so
So we can call that sorted!!!!
In regards of the errors
After above change, I did a new scan.
F40A, P1799 and P1763 all disappeared.
Assumption is that given that BSI was on MANUAL mode it was "misreading" those inputs due "open circuits" or similar (input to be on different pins or not be provided at all) and raising them as errors.
Went for a 30 minutes drive, reconnected the tool to see if they came back again or not.
Nothing so far, so it seems like it was a false reading due BSI configuration.
I'll re-check in a week or two and hopefully they won't be back