Diagnostics Release Note– Range Rover 14

These Release Notes contain important information regarding Land Rover Diagnostic CD Releases. Please ensure that all users of Land Rover Diagnostic hardware at the location are made aware of the content.

Applicable to:

Mobile+ Hand Held Tester

CD USE GUIDANCE
It is IMPERATIVE NOT to USE old Diagnostic / Configuration CDs unless agreed with Land Rover Technical Support Hotline or a Product Investigation Brief explaining the use of superseded T4 CDs. A number of issues have been reported relating to the use of previously superseded T4 CDs. This has impacted on customer satisfaction. Please ensure that ALL superseded CDs are collected from the workshop and stored in a secure area. Request for use must be sanctioned by the Workshop Supervisor or Land Rover Technical Support or a supported Product Investigation Brief. PLEASE ENSURE THAT ONLY THE LATEST ISSUE OF ANY T4 CDs ARE ISSUED TO THE WORKSHOP TECHNICIANS BY THE SERVICE MANAGER OR SUPERVISOR.

FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN COMPROMISE OF WARRANTY CLAIMS AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

What's New On This CD?
This release is for New Range Rover and contains updates to 05MY Diagnostic Trouble Code reporting, changes to Interior Light personalisation features, support of Factory Fit 19" wheels on Diesel variants and new petrol and diesel tunes. 05MY Diagnostic Trouble Code Reporting New fault codes have been included to support updated systems on 05 Model Year vehicles. There are new fault codes for the following systems: • • ME7.2 Petrol Engine Management Petrol Automatic Transmission Control Unit

Interior Light Personalisation The personalisation for interior lights has changed for the revised Body Control Unit (BCU). The option enables the interior lights to illuminate when the tailgate is opened. Diesel Factory Fit 19" Wheels In order to support 19" Wheel option on diesel derivatives, there has been a new engine management calibration released. An LCS icon offers the option to switch between 18" and 19" wheels fitted for diesel variants. After changing the LCS icon to the correct setting a tune download needs to be performed to download the correct tune.

Engine Management Calibrations There are new engine management calibrations included on this disc to support tune updates for ME7.2 Petrol Engine Management and DDE4 Diesel Engine Management.

Reference
Below is additional information on diagnostic changes included on previous discs and general guidance notes to aid in vehicle diagnostics. ME7.2 Diagnostic Trouble Code Strategy Changes have been made to how the diagnostic trouble codes are displayed. Previously the low level P-code was only displayed in the fault explorer window with a high level P-code displayed on the fault code read screen. This has now been changed to display the low level fault code on all fault code read screens. A consistent approach has been applied to ensure the information is easier to interpret. Tune Download Strategy The generic tune download strategy has been modified to remove a warning screen that was previously displayed when a 'virgin' ECU was fitted prior to attempting a tune download. The diagnostics will now allow 'virgin' ECUs to be fitted without any warning message being displayed. Rain Sensor Diagnostics New diagnostics and fault codes have been included to support the new 2nd Generation Rain Sensor ECU module. Satellite Navigation Language Restore Setting It is now possible to recover and restore a satellite navigation unit, which may have previously 'locked' up. It was common for the units to lock up during changing of the unit's language settings either due to a corrupt satellite navigation system disc or not inserting the system disc when requested within the allotted time. This would then require the complete unit to be returned and replaced. If the satellite navigation unit should lock up, there is now a new icon within 'Vehicle Maintenance' for the unit to be fully restored to its original language setting and returned to a working condition. Basic Toolbox The Basic toolbox feature on the T4 Welcome Screen has been fixed. It is now possible to use this feature for independent current readings, ohms and voltage measurements. This feature operates the same as on the Archive diagnostics disc. Personalisation There are now improved instructions and advice notes prior to entering the personalisation diagnostics. These instructions are intended to provide clear instructions and advice on how to use this diagnostic feature. HEVAC Water Valves Real Time Displays The real time display icons for the HEVAC water valves, which previously did not work, have now been fixed and the correct data should now be available to view.

ATCU Real Time Displays The following real time displays have now been fixed and display the correct values: • • Engine coolant temperature Transmission oil temperature

New Petrol Engine Management Hardware New diagnostics are implemented to support new hardware for the ME7.2. New hardware is introduced on all ME7.2 petrol variants and will be fully supported. The new hardware's part number format has changed and will be displayed accordingly. Instrument Pack Diagnostic Changes The diagnostics have been changed to ensure compatibility with the forthcoming changes to entertainment and information systems being implemented at 05MY. Body Control Unit Alarm Trigger History Update
There was an issue in the reporting of the alarm trigger history where T4 reported an unknown code and exited out of the diagnostics. This has been corrected on this release. Only valid alarm trigger data is now displayed.

Electric Steering Lock Information Memory
The diagnostics have been updated to display the Electric Steering Lock Information Memory. To display the information memory, select 'System Diagnostics', 'Security', 'Vehicle Maintenance' and 'Steering Lock Information'. If fault codes are cleared on the Steering Lock, or the reset option is selected this will reset ALL of the information memory.

Tune Download Procedure Enhancements
The tune download procedure enhancements did not allow reprogramming of a new tune when the configuration data did not match the currently programmed tune. The tune download procedure has been updated to allow reprogramming of the new tune.

Petrol Idle Speed Adjustment
The Petrol Idle Speed adjustment facility has been removed for North American specification vehicles only. The idle speed adjustment continues to be available for all other market specifications.

Personalisation Updates
The personalisation function has been improved. The previous version would determine which features had changed and which ECUs were affected and ONLY program those settings. Now the personalisation function displays the currently set options for each ECU. Each screen then has to be viewed and on the last page then the option is available to 'Continue'. When the 'Continue' button is selected the settings displayed on screen are then coded to all ECUs.

Wallet key deletion
The wallet key has been deleted from the vehicle specification and the diagnostics have been updated to support this change.

Body Control Unit Alarm Trigger History
The alarm trigger history can now be displayed using T4. To display the alarm trigger history, select 'System Diagnostics', 'Security', 'Vehicle Maintenance' and 'Alarm Trigger History' This option will then display the alarm trigger history. For each alarm trigger the following data is displayed: • • • • • Alarm trigger ID – this is the alarm trigger ID for the alarm displayed on the screen Alarm description –this describes which alarm sensor triggered this alarm Alarm code – this is the alarm trigger code. Alarm frequency – this is the number of times the relevant alarm has been triggered Alarm present – this displays whether it is an old trigger or the last alarm triggered

If fault codes are cleared on the BCU, or the reset option is selected this will reset ALL alarm trigger history.

LCS Configuration The 'LCS Configuration' function within the 'Vehicle Configuration' menu allows the user to modify the diagnostic data for the vehicle. This data is used by T4 to determine the systems fitted to the vehicle. Note that changing these settings DOES NOT change the vehicle operation, but only the diagnostic data. For example, it is not possible to inhibit operation of SRS airbag(s) by de-selecting in LCS configuration. Changes to some options may result in the relevant diagnostic not being displayed. In normal circumstances, it is not necessary for a user to modify any of these settings, and changes must only be made after consultation with Land Rover Technical Support. Battery Voltage Warning It is essential that the vehicle battery is providing sufficient voltage prior to any diagnostic procedure, as low voltage levels can cause vehicle systems to stop responding to diagnostic commands. In order to prevent such occurrences, a check has been added into the beginning of T4 diagnostics to perform an automatic measurement of battery voltage. If the battery voltage is below 11.5 Volts a warning message is displayed on the screen recommending the battery be charged before any diagnostics are carried out. If the battery voltage is below 8.5 Volts then T4 will not allow ANY diagnostics to be performed. Ensure the battery is recharged before attempting further diagnostics. Satellite Navigation – Power-down precautions In order to avoid permanent damage to the satellite navigation computer, always follow the guidelines below before disconnecting the vehicle battery: • • • • • Ensure the satellite navigation computer access panel in the load area is open, and that either the tailgate is open or the luggage cover is folded away Ensure ignition is off and key removed from vehicle. Ensure that all four passenger doors are closed Observe the LED power indicator on the satellite navigation computer. After approximately 2 minutes, this LED should extinguish. During this time, DO NOT open or close any vehicle doors or the tailgate, as this will extend the power-down time. Once the LED has extinguished, close the tailgate if required. It is now safe to disconnect the vehicle battery.

Using the menu keys. Press higher menu level button to exit menu.B Sprache Language Langue Lingua Taal Idioma Taal .'MIL' On Diagnostics In the case where the 'MIL' (Malfunction Indicator Lamp) is activated. follow the instructions below: • • • • • • Insert the SIM card in to the handset cradle and ensure that the handset is switched on. The handsets are supplied with German as the default language. which can also be used.U. There is no generic OBD Scan Tool functionality within T4. When registering/deregistering the handset ensure the Radio switch located by the handset cradle. ensure that both the Engine Management ECU and Transmission ECU fault codes are checked as a fault in either system can cause MIL activation.U. The procedure is now complete and the telephone is set to the correct language. To change the Telephone Handset language. is set to '1'. When 'Sprache' (or language alternative see table below) is highlighted press 'OK'. select menu. Language German UK French Italian Dutch Spanish Vlaams Bitte Anmelden Please register Connecter svp Connettere prego Aub aanmelden Inscribir Aanmelden Gerätecode Equipment code Code appareil Codice telefono Toestelcode C digo aparato Toestelcode Description Anmeldung lauft Logging on in process Connexion en cours Connessione in corso Bezig met aanmelden Inscribiendo Bezig met anmelden Bitte Setzen sie Ihre karte ein Please insert your card Introduisez votre carte Introdurre la scheda A. The table below contains the available languages and the messages displayed during registration. Telephone Handset Registration/Deregistration The telephone handset can now be registered and deregistered using T4. Press number '7' on the handset keypad. The T4 HHT includes a generic scan tool function. scroll down to the appropriate language and press ‘OK’. When the telecom service provider's name is displayed on the handset.B uw kaart aanbrengen Ponga su tarjeta Uw kaart inbrengen A.

If your T4 disc is damaged. Handle discs by holding the outer edges. . Fault Code Diagnostics To aid in diagnosing faults present on the vehicle then it is useful to carry out a global fault code read due to the ECU interactions on New Range Rover. Dirt and scratches can affect the ability of the disc to be read. This means that the Rain Sensor ECU does not need to be replaced in the case of poor screen adaption. Always observe the following precautions: NEVER touch the horizontal playing surface (the unlabelled side) of the disc. dust. replacements are available from Omitec at a charge of £15 per CD (including shipping). NEVER use a solvent or abrasive. between finger and thumb. lint free cloth always wipe in a straight line from the center to the edge of the disc. condensation and heat can damage the discs. Please print out and use when contacting either the Land Rover Technical Hotline or the Omitec T4 Help Desk. Dust or dirt should be removed from the playing surface by wiping with a clean dry. This can help pin point a particular area or help explain why some systems are behaving differently Help Desk Forms The 'T4 Contact Details' section in the Release Notes contains the latest copy of the Help Desk forms. NEVER leave the disc or the box exposed to excessive heat or direct sunlight.Rain Sensor Reset If the Rain Sensor ECU is not functioning correctly then there is now an option to reset the values learnt. ALWAYS return discs to their supplied protective wallets after use and ensure that there is only ONE CD per wallet. It has been modified to allow you to type in the details so you can email them. Disc Care Dirt. or the edge of the central hole the outer edge.

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if the K bus is down the Electric Steering Lock will not "lock" or if the I Bus is down the Radio will not function correctly). The fuses to check are: The engine compartment fuse box is located in the environmental box (E box). The passenger fuse box is located behind the glove box.e. Maxi-fuses are shown with a 'MF' prefix. Electronic Automatic Transmission ECU Engine Management ECU Electronic Automatic Transmission ECU Engine Management ECU The passenger compartment fuse box contains three different types of fuse: • • • Blade type fuse – small pull out male fuse used to protect circuits 5A to 30A. Blade type fuses are shown with a 'F' prefix Maxi-fuse – a larger version of the blade type fuse. Bolt down fuses are shown with a 'FL' prefix. Faults with the CAN-Bus are picked up via fault codes in the individual ECUs that are on the CAN-Bus. it may not be possible to establish communications with ANY ECU on the relevant bus and the vehicle is exhibiting symptoms of either Bus being down (i. Used to protect circuits at 50A. Bolt down fuse – also known as a fusible link. Engine Compartment Fuse Box Fuse F1 F1 F3 F4 Rating 30A 30A 30A 30A Applicability V8 Td6 Td6 V8 Description Engine Management ECU. Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Fuse FL2 FL3 FL4 F1 F4 Rating 60A 50A 50A 5A 5A Applicability V8 All All All All Description Immobilisation ECU Light Check Module Light Check Module Instrument Pack Light Check Module. The engine compartment fuse box contains blade type fuses only. used to protect circuits from 50A to 100A.Communication Data Bus Fault Finding If there is a problem communicating with the vehicle and T4/TestBook indicates that there is a problem with the Communication Bus then the Bus needs to be diagnosed. Check the links between the specific ECU's highlighted with problems for connectivity. Door Lamp Module . As a first check ensure the relevant fuses are fitted and have not blown. If the K Bus or the I Bus fails.

RH Xenon headlamp Transfer Box ECU HeVAC Control Unit Transfer Box ECU (only fitted for towing purposes) BODY CONTROL UNIT. Telephone Light Check Module Drivers Door Module HeVAC Control Unit Steering Angle Sensor Diagnostics. This will highlight the individual ECU(s) or associated wiring which is causing the problem. Steering Column Lock ECU LH seat switch pack RH seat switch pack Telephone Passenger door module Body Control Unit (removed for transit purposes) Engine Management ECU.5A 5A 5A 5A 30A 10A 5A 5A 5A 10A 30A 30A 7. The following pages include schematics of the communications data buses to aid with investigations. .F5 F6 F8 F9 F11 F12 F13 F15 F17 F18 F20 F21 F22 F24 F27 F31 F32 F33 F34 F37 F41 F44 F45 F46 F49 F51 F51 F52 F54 F55 F57 F58 F59 F60 MF63 7.5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 5A 30A 10A 10A 25A 15A 30A 15A 20A 20A 30A 50A All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All Td6 V8 All All All All All All All All Diagnostics.5A 30A 20A 5A 5A 5A 7. then disconnect individual ECUs until the Bus wakes up again. Rain Sensor ECU SRS DCU – DO NOT REMOVE Instrument Pack Instrument Pack Audio System (removed for transit purposes) Steering Angle Sensor. Steering Column Lock ECU LH Xenon headlamp. Electronic Automatic Transmission ECU Park Distance Control ECU Audio System. ABS ECU Steering Angle Sensor. To check the wiring for that ECU. Body Control Unit Interior Lights/Body Control Unit Engine Immobilisation ECU. Secondary Air Injection. disconnect another ECU on the BUS and check for continuity on the circuit. ABS ECU HeVAC Control Unit Electronic Automatic Transmission ECU ABS ECU Air Suspension ECU Sunroof ECU Fuel Burning Heater Body Control Unit ABS ECU If all the fuses are in order.

5 C0234-8 ECU-Transfer box (D204) C1319-26 Sensor-Steering angle (T274) YB.0.0.0.5 C0234-9 ECU-Transfer box (D204) C01319-13 Sensor-Steering angle (T274) YN.0.0.5 (V8) ECU-Air suspension (D199) C0867-20 Instrument Pack (J100) X18826 YN.0.5 YB.5 (Td6) X18836 YB.0.5 (Td6) C0331-37 Engine control module (ECM) (D131) YN.5 C0862-3 YB.5 (Td6) C0331-36 Engine control module (ECM) (D131) YB.5 (V8) YB.0.5 YN.0.5 X18832 YB.5 (V8) .0.0.5 C0862-4 YN.5 ECU-ABS (D125) C0506-24 (V8) YB.5 (V8) YN.COMMUNICATION DATA BUSES CAN Bus ECU-Air suspension (D199) C0867-2 Instrument Pack (J100) X18827 YB.0.5 YN.0.0.5 ECU-ABS (D125) C0506-40 (V8) YN.0.0.5 X18831 YN.5 YB.5 (Td6) X18835 YN.0.0.0.0.

0.35 WRY.0.0.35 (MEMORY) C0773-3 ECU-Tyre deflation (D227) C1537-1 ECU-Seat memory (D119) C0722-3 WRY.0.0.0.35 WRY.35 (NON MEMORY) WRY.0.35 C0253-15 C0751-15 WRY.0.0.COMMUNICATION DATA BUSES K Bus.35 C2055-8 Sensor-Rain (T204) C0961-3 Switch packSeat-LH (S160) WRY.35 C0233-7 DCU-Airbag (D171) C0256-9 ECU-InterlockSteering column (D251) WRY.0.0.35 WRY.0.35 C0926-2 Body control unit (BCU) (D162) WRY.35 ECU-Engine Immobilisation (D139) C0059-13 Module-HEVAC control (D243) WRY.35 C1629-3 ECU-Headlamp levelling (D226) C1543-14 Heater-Fuel burning (H115) WRY. I Bus ECU-Air suspension (D199) C0867-37 Instrument Pack (J100) X10466 WRY.35 WRY.35 X10116 WRY.35 C0660-12 .0.0.35 WRY.0.

35 C0098-9 WSY.0.35 X939 (NON SES) C2066-4 C2045-4 Radio/cassette player (F100) WSY.0.35 Instrument Pack (J100) X939 WSY.0.5 C0492-5 ECU-Park-Distance control (D184) C0957-4 WSY.35 WSY.35 X18226 WSY.35 X18344 WSY.35 C0818-9 ECU-Navigation (D182) C0898-3 WSY.0.0.35 Radio remote display (F101) WSY.35 WSY.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.5 C0825-3 Module-Telephone (D261) C0947-13 WSY. I Bus CD auto changer (F102) C0941-3 WSY.0.35 C0233-8 Clock-Analogue (J107) C0232-3 WSY.5 (JAPAN) .0.5 C0816-6 Module-Lighting switch (D183) C2040-36 WSY.0.0.0.5 (ECE) C2072-3 C2071-3 WSY.35 C0981-4 C0395-4 WSY.0.35 Radio/cassette player-Rear (F136) WSY.0.35 (SES) Module-Voice recognition (D262) C2136-21 WSY.0.COMMUNICATION DATA BUSES K Bus.5 C0241-4 Rotary coupler (S227) C0082-9 WSY.35 Amplifier-Power-ICE (F142) WSY.5 ECU-Navigation (D182) C0899-8 WSY.35 Monitor-Bord (D185) WSY.0.0.35 Module-Video (D181) WSY.

transfer box control module DM-TL heater output drive DMTL heater intermittent DMTL heater signal Low DMTL heater signal High Throttle position sensor Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit Throttle position sensor 1 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor /Switch "A" Circuit Range/Performance Problem P0121 A Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit Low Input Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit High Input Throttle position sensor 2 119 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor /Switch "B" Circuit Range/Performance Problem Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch B Circuit Low Input Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch B Circuit High Input DM-TL solenoid valve output drive 2 DMTL solenoid intermittent DMTL solenoid signal Low DMTL solenoid signal High DM-TL pump motor output drive 186 Evaporative emission control system leakage pump motor circuit open Evaporative emission control system leakage pump motor circuit low Evaporative emission control system leakage pump motor circuit high DM-TL small leak (1.0 mm) 188 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (small leak) Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (gross leak) DM-TL very small leak (0.transmission control module CAN-Timeout Instr Engine Control Module .Adaptive Cruise Control module CAN-Timeout ASC Engine Control Module .CAN bus missing node .CAN bus missing node .Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description ACC (adaptive Cruise Control) Intervention Plausibility Adaptive Cruise Control signal data implausible Adaptive Cruise Control activity monitor error Adaptive Cruise Control "OFF" reaction error Exhaust valve output drive Manifold valve output drive Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Control Circuit Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Control Circuit Intake Manifold Tuning Valve Control Circuit Plausibility MSR Intervention no activity ("alive") Catalyst damaging multiple cylinder mis-fire Catalyst deamaging misfire 1 cylinder 1 Catalyst deamaging misfire 2 cylinder 8 Catalyst deamaging misfire 3 cylinder 6 Catalyst deamaging misfire 4 cylinder 3 Catalyst deamaging misfire 5 cylinder 2 Catalyst deamaging misfire 6 cylinder 5 Catalyst deamaging misfire 7 cylinder 7 Catalyst deamaging misfire 8 cylinder 4 Reference mark detection Timing Reference High Resolution Signal "A" Brake lights switch fault Cruise Control/Brake Switch A Circuit CAN-Timeout ACC Engine Control Module .5 mm) 187 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (very small leak) x P1488 x P1489 x P0442 x P0456 P1490 x P0455 x P0221 x P0222 x P1456 x P1455 P1454 x A A A DM-TL force test via Testbook DM-TL force test via Testbook DM-TL force test via Testbook P0223 x P0122 P0123 x A A A A A A A A 118 CDK 225 Plausibility x P1518 Signal x P1519 P1520 142 236 x P0660 x P0661 P0662 224 75 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 112 106 223 221 220 222 219 201 x P1522 x n/a n/a n/a A n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a A A + press brake pedal 3 times for > 5 secs with engine running x P1650 x P1645 x P1646 x P1647 x P1651 x P1481 n/a A A A A x P1482 P1483 117 x P0120 x x x B x A A A Minimum Maximum x Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic n/a n/a n/a n/a x P0370 x P0571 .brake control module CAN-Timeout EGS Engine Control Module .CAN bus missing node .instrument pack CAN-Timeout TXU Engine Control Module .CAN bus missing node .CAN bus missing node .

Cylinder 1 Cylinder 1 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 1 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV2 Cyl.6 Injector Circuit .control gain adaption error EWS interface EWS message fault EWS message time-out EWS message parity bit fault Throttle to air flow plausibility not active Air mass to load adaption too small Air mass to load adaption too large Electric thermostat (KFK) output drive Electric thermostat circuit open Electric thermostat circuit low Electric thermostat circuit high Injector output drive EV1 Cyl.Cylinder 6 Cylinder 6 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 6 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV6 Cyl.5 Injector Circuit . spring test failed Throttle position control error Throttle position control error Throttle "limp home" position test ECM electronic throttle monitoring/self-test .4 Injector Circuit .Cylinder 3 Cylinder 3 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 3 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV7 Cyl.Cylinder 4 Cylinder 4 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 4 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV4 Cyl.Cylinder 8 Cylinder 8 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 8 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV5 Cyl. valve check too big DM-TL module humidity error DM-TL reference current too small DM-TL reference current too large Ambient pressure sensor 164 Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance Problem Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit Low Input Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit High Input Throttle output drive Throttle output drive Throttle test failure Throttle adaption.2 130 136 131 x P1630 x P1632 x P1633 x P1638 x P1635 x P1674 x P1634 134 135 148 C C A C x P1621 163 P1666 x P1102 x P1614 x P1615 150 x P0201 x P0261 151 x P0205 x P0273 152 x P0204 x P0270 153 x P0208 x P0282 154 x P0206 x P0276 155 x P0203 x P0267 156 x P0207 x P0279 157 x x P0280 x P0268 x P0277 x P0283 x P0271 x P0274 x P0262 x P1616 x x P1103 x C C A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A x A A A 133 132 x P1631 x P1639 CDK 189 Plausibility x P1450 Signal x P1451 P1452 x P0106 P0107 P0108 x P1453 x Minimum x Maximum x Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic DM-TL force test via Testbook DM-TL force test via Testbook DM-TL force test via Testbook DM-TL force test via Testbook B B B A A C C 140 .1 Injector Circuit .stuck short ECM electronic throttle monitoring/self-test .7 Injector Circuit .Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description DM-TL module DM-TL pump current vs.stuck long Throttle control range learning Throttle control range not learnt Throttle control amplifier gain ECM electronic throttle monitoring/self-test .Cylinder 7 Cylinder 7 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 7 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV8 Cyl.Cylinder 5 Cylinder 5 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 5 Injector Circuit High Injector output drive EV3 Cyl.3 Injector Circuit .8 Injector Circuit ."limp home" position not adapted Throttle position control band ECM electronic throttle monitoring/self-test .

CAN message information error .transfer box control module Lambda sensor heater post-cat B1 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Bank1 Sensor2 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit intermittent (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor heater post-cat B2 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Bank2 Sensor2 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit intermittent (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor heater pre-cat B1 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Bank1Sensor1 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit intermittent (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Lambda sensor heater pre-cat B2 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Bank2 Sensor1 O2 Sensor Heater Circuit intermittent (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Heater Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) Catalyst efficiency Bank 1 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1) Catalyst efficiency Bank 2 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank2) A/C compressor output drive A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input A/C Refrigerant Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input Fuel pump output drive Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit Intermittent 230 24 232 231 x P1121 CDK Plausibility Signal P0202 Minimum P0264 x P1122 x P1221 x P1222 P1223 x P1120 x P0172 x P0175 x P0172 x P0175 x P0171 x P0174 x P0171 x P0174 C C C C C C C C P1123 x P0265 x Maximum Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic A A A B A A B A A B 25 26 27 226 x P0461 x P0464 x x C A n/a n/a F F P0462 P0463 127 x P1700 x P0141 P1709 x P0036 P0037 4 x P0161 x P0056 P0057 13 x P0135 x P0030 P0031 5 x P0155 x P0050 P0051 40 45 170 x P0530 x P0532 167 x P0233 x P0533 x P0052 x P0420 x P0430 x x P0032 x x P0058 x x P0038 x x x 14 C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C A + air conditioning system must be ON A + air conditioning system must be ON A + air conditioning system must be ON A .Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description Injector Circuit . calculated) Engine control module .Cylinder 2 Cylinder 2 Injector Circuit Low Cylinder 2 Injector Circuit High Pedal position sensor 1 Pedal position sensor range/Performance Problem Pedal Position Sensor Low Input Pedal Position Sensor High Input Pedal position sensor 2 Pedal position sensor range/Performance Problem Pedal Position Sensor Low Input Pedal Position Sensor High Input Pedal position sensor Pedal Position Sensor circuit Lambda control adaption B1 exceeds upper adaption range thresholds System too Rich System too Lean Lambda control adaption B2 exceeds upper adaption range thresholds System too Rich Bank2 System too Lean Bank2 Lambda control adaption B1 exceeds lower adaption range thresholds System too Rich System too Lean Lambda control adaption B2 exceeds lower adaption range thresholds System too Rich Bank2 System too Lean Bank2 Lambda control shorttest Lambda control shorttest B2 Fuel tank level plausibility Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Intermittent Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Low Input Fuel Level Sensor Circuit High Input TXU Signal Plausibility Signal implausible (CAN vs.

Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit Low Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit High Knock control Nulltest Knock Control System Error Knock control offset Knock Control System Error Knock control test impulse Knock Control System Error Knock sensor 1 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low Input Knock Sensor 1 Circuit High Input Knock sensor 2 Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Low Input Knock Sensor 2 Circuit High Input Knock sensor 3 Knock Sensor 3 Circuit Low Input (Bank2) Knock Sensor 3 Circuit High Input (Bank2) Knock sensor 4 Knock Sensor 4 Circuit Low Input (Bank 2) Knock Sensor 4 Circuit High Input (Bank 2) Clutch switch fault Clutch Switch Input Circuit Malfunction Lambda sensor ageing post-cat B1 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor ageing post-cat B2 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor ageing pre-cat B1 (TP) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Lambda sensor ageing pre-cat B2 (TP) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 2 Sensor 1) Lambda sensor ageing pre-cat B1 (TV) Upstream Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 1) Upstream Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 1) Lambda sensor ageing pre-cat B2 (TV) Upstream Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 2) Upstream Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 2) LDP reed-switch Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor Low Input Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor High Input LDP output drive Leackage Diagnostic Pump intermittent Leackage Diagnostic Pump Low Leackage Diagnostic Pump High Idle control monitor Control System RPM Lower Than Expected Control System RPM Higher Than Expected Air mass measurement Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Low Input Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input Lambda sensor voltage post-cat B1 O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunktion (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor voltage post-cat B2 O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunktion (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 2 Sensor 2) O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 2) 20 12 x P0136 x P0140 P0137 x P0156 x P0160 P0157 x P0138 x 115 32 1 185 x P0450 x 22 16 21 15 23 17 x P0139 104 x P0704 x P0139 x P0159 x P0159 x P0133 x P0153 x P1170 x P1173 x P0452 x P1000 x P1000 x P0506 x P0102 x P1000 x P0507 x P0103 x P0453 x P0159 x P0133 x P0153 x P1170 x P1173 x P0139 x x C C C C C C C C C C C C C C n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a C C C C C C C C C C C 213 212 211 210 216 215 214 x P0324 x P0324 x P0324 x P0327 x P1327 x P0332 x P1332 x P0328 x P1328 x P0333 x P1333 C C C C C C C C n/a CDK Plausibility Signal Minimum P0231 Maximum P0232 Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic A A C C C .

Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 2) Lambda sensor voltage pre-cat B1 O2 Sensor Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) Lambda sensor voltage pre-cat B2 O2 Sensor Circuit (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 2 Sensor 1) Swapped lambda sensors (B1 to B2) Swapped lambda sensors (B1 to B2) Engine cooling fan control Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit Low Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit High Emissions relevent multiple cylinder misfire Misfire detected during engine start Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected Calalyst damaging mis-fire Emissions relevent misfire 1 cylinder 1 Misfire during start cylinder 1 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 1 Emissions relevent misfire 2 cylinder 5 Misfire during start cylinder 5 Cylinder 5 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 5 Emissions relevent misfire 3 cylinder 4 Misfire during start cylinder 4 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 4 Emissions relevent misfire 4 cylinder 8 Misfire during start cylinder 8 Cylinder 8 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 8 Emissions relevent misfire 5 cylinder 6 Misfire during start cylinder 6 Cylinder 6 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 6 Emissions relevent misfire 6 cylinder 3 Misfire during start cylinder 3 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 3 Emissions relevent misfire 7 cylinder 7 Misfire during start cylinder 7 Cylinder 7 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 7 Emissions relevent misfire 8 cylinder 2 Misfire during start cylinder 2 Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected Catalyst damaging misfire cylinder 2 Torque threshold level 1 Engine Torque control timeout execked MFL Interface (cruise control switches) Bit fault or "+" and "-" buttons pressed Cruise control multiplex signal (MFL) .toggle bit error MIL output drive Mailfunktion Indicator Lamp (MIL) Control Circuit MIL Signal Low MIL Signal High Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit 111 168 102 x P1564 x P1569 P1568 x P0650 x P0650 P0650 x P1570 x x 110 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 62 x P1301 141 3 18 10 x P0130 x P0134 P0131 x P0150 x P0154 P0151 P0152 x P1129 x P0693 x P0691 x P0300 x P0301 x P0301 x P0305 x P0305 x P0304 x P0304 x P0308 x P0308 x P0306 x P0306 x P0303 x P0303 x P0307 x P0307 x P0302 x P0302 P0302 x P1626 x P0307 x P0303 x P0306 x P0308 x P0304 x P0305 x P0301 x P1300 x P0692 x x Fan force test via Testbook Fan force test via Testbook Fan force test via Testbook C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C A + all cruise control switches must be pressed (On -> "Set+" -> "Set -" -> Off -> Resume -> Off -> Off) A + all cruise control switches must be pressed (On -> "Set+" -> "Set -" -> Off -> Resume -> Off -> Off) A + all cruise control switches must be pressed (On -> "Set+" -> "Set -" -> Off -> Resume -> Off -> Off) A + all cruise control switches must be pressed (On -> "Set+" -> "Set -" -> Off -> Resume -> Off -> Off) n/a n/a n/a x P0132 x x CDK Plausibility Signal Minimum Maximum P0158 x Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic C C C C C C C C C C .signal time-out Message frequency error Cruise control multiplex signal (MFL) .

Timing Over-Retarded (Bank 2) "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 2) "A" Camshaft Position .Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 2) VANOS 1 output drive "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 1 "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 1 Signal Low "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 1 Signal High VANOS 2 output drive "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 2 "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 1 Signal Low "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit 1 Signal High Camshaft position sensor bank 1 Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Low Input (Bank 1 or Single Sensor) Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit High Input (Bank 1 or Single Sensor) Camshaft position sensor bank 2 Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Low Input (Bank 2) Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit High Input (Bank 2) Lambda control adaption over time Bank 1 to small to large Lambda control adaption over time Bank 2 to small to large Lambda control adaption per ignition Bank 1 to small to large Lambda control adaption per ignition Bank 2 to small to large Secondary air pump output drive Secondary Air System Relay "A" Circuit Secondary Air Injection Pump Signal Low Secondary Air Injection Pump Signal High Secondary air system Bank 1 Secondary Air Injection System (Bank 1) Secondary air system Bank 2 Secondary Air Injection System (Bank 2) Secondary air valve Scondary Air Injection System Incorrect Flow Detected Secondary air valve output drive 85 Secondary Air Injection System Switching Vave "A" Circuit Secondary Air Injection System Switching Vave "A" Circuit Shorted Secondary Air Injection System Switching Vave "A" Circuit Open Comfort start Starter Request Circuit 237 Comfort start output drive 233 Starter Relay Circuit Starter Relay Circuit Low Starter Relay Circuit High Comfort start input 234 Engine start (crank) signal error .Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Camshaft control Bank 1 "A" Camshaft Position .Timing Over-Retarded (Bank 1) "A" Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) "A" Camshaft Position .Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) Camshaft control Bank 2 "A" Camshaft Position .request while engine running Rough road detection 121 Vehicle Speed Sensor Intermittent/Erratic/High Vehicle Speed Sensor Range/Performance Inlet air temperature sensor 124 Intake Air Temperature Circuit Low Input Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input x P0412 x P0414 P0512 P0512 x P0615 P0512 x P0616 P0617 x P1620 x P0503 x P0112 P0413 P0512 x 82 33 x P0012 CDK Plausibility Signal P0335 x P0010 34 x P0022 x P0020 165 x P1525 P0021 x P1523 166 x P1526 x P1527 113 x P0340 x P0342 114 x P0345 x P0347 28 x P1172 x P1175 x P1161 x P1163 x P0418 x P1413 P1414 80 81 x P0491 x P0492 x P0411 x SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook A A A A A x P0501 x P0113 A C B B P0348 x P1171 x P1174 x P1162 x P1164 x P0343 x P1528 x P1524 x x A A A A A A A A A A A A C C C C C C C C SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook SAI Force Test via Testbook P0011 x Minimum x C C C C C C Maximum Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic A 29 30 31 84 .

internal reference voltage error Battery voltage monitor System Voltage Unstable System Voltage Low System Voltage High Safety monitoring concept level 2 ECU self test.Petrol EMS Fault Codes versus Drive Cycle Description Fuel tank breathing functional check Evaporative Emission Control System LDP clamped tube Evaporative Emission Control System Incorrect Purge Flow LDP small leak LDP leak detection Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (small leak) Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (gross leak) Purge valve output drive Evaporative Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit Evaporative Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit Shorted Evaporative Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit Open Stuck thermostat 139 Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temperature Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature Radiator outlet coolant temperature Temperature Sensor radiator outlet Signal Low Temperature Sensor radiator outlet Signal High Engine coolant temperature Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Range/Performance Problem Insufficient coolant temp for closed loop control Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Low Input Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input Vehicle Ambient Temperature Engine control module .ambient temperature fault data received ECU Internal Temperature ECU Temperature High 5V reference voltage error Engine control module . reset ECM/PCM Processor Vehicle speed sensor Vehicle Speed Sensor EWS storage EWS exchange code in EEPROM failure EEPROM read/write failure EWS-Code WC (exchange code) input false manipulation Engine anti-theft signal .false manipulation of EWS code by tester interface No start code programmed Engine anti-theft signal . limp home monitor error Safety monitoring concept RAM test Internal Control Module Random Access Memory (RAM) Error Safety monitoring concept ROM test Internal Control Module Read Only Memory (ROM) Error Safety monitoring concept. limp home monitoring ECU self test.EWS start code corrupted 123 x P0116 x P0125 P0117 P0118 122 35 229 109 x P0561 x P1619 x P0562 P0563 101 103 105 107 108 120 204 x P1659 x P1660 x P0604 x P0605 x P0606 x P0500 x P1623 x P1672 x P1694 P1673 P1693 x P1114 x P0634 125 x P0128 x P1117 x x P1118 x D D D D D D A C A x A A A C C A A C C x P1624 x A A x A A A A D 98 x P0443 182 183 184 x P0441 x P0442 x P0445 P0444 x P0455 x n/a n/a C C C CDK 93 Plausibility Signal Minimum x P0440 Maximum Test Drive Cycle to invoke diagnostic C C n/a 39 . torque monitor Safety monitoring concept.

and all other doors on the second press. Select volume level: 1-Quiet . NOTE: Performing personalisation will result in the loss of trip computer data and will require the clock and radio presets to be reset. Specify whether panic alarm operates via remote handset tailgate unlock button. This feature is activated by turning ignition off before headlights are turned off. Tick required key(s) Inactive Speed Related Locking Specify by key whether speed related locking is required. Single Point Entry unlocks the driver's door on the first press of the remote handset unlock button. This feature locks the doors when the vehicle exceeds 10mph (16km/h). In markets where Daytime Running Lights are a mandatory requirement they cannot be deselected. Multi Function Display (BordComputer) Warning Options Active ® Specify whether Multi-Function Display operates when door opened / key placed in ignition. Inactive Specify whether low ambient temperature (frost) warning sounds. Lighting Options Follow Me Home Delay On Off Tick ONE box only Locking options Tick required key(s) Single Point Entry Key 1 Key 2 Key 3 Key 4 Key 1 Key 2 Key 3 Key 4 Active ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® Inactive Specify by key whether single point entry is required. Daytime Running Lights ® Select whether Daytime Running Lights operate. Specify whether global window / sunroof opening via key is required Specify whether global window / sunroof opening via remote handset is required Lazy Lock from remote Lazy Unlock from door key ® Active Inactive ® Active Inactive Wiper Options Active Inactive Specify whether wiper speed steps down when vehicle stationary. Not applicable to North America / Canada. Ventilation Options Active Inactive Lazy Lock from door key Active ® Inactive Specify whether global window / sunroof closing via key is required Specify whether global window / sunroof closing via remote handset is required. the recommended options are denoted by the ® symbol. Inactive Active Speed Locking Repeat Automatic Relock Panic Alarm Key-in Warning ® Active Inactive ® Active Inactive ® Active Inactive Specify whether speed related locking operates more than once during an ignition cycle. Specify whether vehicle relocks after two minutes if unlocked via remote handset and no doors are opened. Lazy Unlock from remote ® Wiper Speed Stepdown ® Not applicable to vehicles fitted with rain sensor. 40 sec 90 sec 150 sec 240 sec Active ® Specify delay timer for Follow Me Home lights. For guidance.0 09/02 .: HOW TO USE THIS FORM Select the most suitable option for each feature in the sections below.6-Loud 1 2 3 4 5 6 ® Prepared by Land Rover Diagnostic Programmes v4. External temperature PDC Audible Warning PDC Rear Volume Level ® Active Inactive ® Circle Required Level ® Specify whether Park Distance Control audible warning sounds briefly when reverse gear selected. Specify whether key-in warning tone sounds when key left in ignition and driver's door opened.Personalisation Checklist SIGN WHEN PERSONALISATION COMPLETED Customer: Technician Signature: Date: Vehicle VIN / Registration No.

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Parking Aid (if fitted) Fault Code Diagnostics System Test Sub System Test Real Time Display Force Outputs Vehicle Maintenance .

Tyre Pressure Control (if fitted) Fault Code Diagnostics System Test Sub System Test Real Time Display Vehicle Maintenance .

Seats and Mirrors Fault Code Diagnostics Real Time Display Vehicle Maintenance .

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