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AUDI A4 2.0 TDI ECM NO COMMUNICATION - INTERMITTENT- 01314

Posted By FAZGAZ Friday, April 19, 2013 3:53:09 PM
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LOOKING FOR A LITTLE HELP PLEASE, 2006 AUDI A4 2.0TDI INTERMITTENT NOT STARTING ONLY CODES READ ARE 01314 ECM NO COMMUNICATION/INTERMITTENT , FOUND IN INSTRUMENT CLUSTER, IMMOBILIZER AND ABS PROGRAMMES NO LIGHTS ON DASH WHEN FAULTS PRESENT, IM THINKING THE ABS PUMP ECM, BUT BEFORE I START FAULTFINDING, DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY WIRING ISSUES? THANKYOU
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IM THINKING THE ABS PUMP ECM, BUT BEFORE I START FAULTFINDING, DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY WIRING ISSUES?
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Do your testing & post the scope captures etc & you can be advised further.


What scan tool is in your armory ? What does live data tell you when in a non-start ?

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I would be giving all the relays a good pull and wiggle in the fascia fuse box

If It's got wheels or tits your gunna have trouble with it ..
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Do you have comms with radio ,steering and door units

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sorry about the caps on last post , i have an audi a4 2.0tdi, brd engine, with intermittent non starting,, scanned with snap on ultra, fault codes stores in the abs system 01314 no communication with the ecm, also stored on the instrument cluster is 01316, no communication with ecm. on one occasion of non starting the oil pressure warning lamp came on when cranking, turned off key, car started next go and cut out. same fault codes cleared them car started fine. checked the usual fault of water ingress on to the ecu box under the wiper scuttle, nothing unusual found at all. i suspect its the instrument cluster is at fault, just wondering if anyone else has had issues? (its also not the usual injector issue, as this has had the recall)
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yes matt i have comms with everything
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yes matt i have comms with everything
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So what tests have you done?

On the 19th, you said it was probably ABS ECU and now it is probably Instruments? Probably a grands worth of parts w00t

You need to add "monitors" to the engine ecu and work back once you know what is missing.
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Do you have any other fault codes stored in modules that you have comms with?

Terminal voltage codes stored etc

What do you see from live data when looking a can status?

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Ignore the oil pressure warning, all modern VAG cars do that after prolonged cranking.

Has the vehicle had the injector recall carried out?


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