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Introduction to the 1996 Rover 400 models
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Airbag diagnostics - Rover
On some models, no serial diagnostics are available with the airbag system. On these systems, faults are reported by means of the Airbag warning light on the dashboard. The Rover models concerned are as follows: Metro Rover 100 New Rover 400 Rover 600
For the ED3 system on Metro, Rover 100, and New Rover 400 vehicles, the airbag warning light has the following meaning. Warning light behavior when Meaning ignition is switched on. Comes on then goes off after No fault in system 3 seconds. Comes on and stays on Fault in airbag module, SRS ECU, cabling, or airbag module connector Comes on, goes off after 3 Fault in airbag module, SRS seconds, then comes back on ECU, cabling, or airbag and remains on. module connector Does not come on at all Fault with SRS Fuse, Rotary coupler, Airbag module, SRS ECU, or main wiring harness
EC3 Airbag For the EC3 system on New Rover 400, the airbag warning light has the following meaning. Warning light behavior when ignition is switched on. Comes on then goes off after about 3 seconds Comes on and then stays on Gives a single flash Gives a double flash Gives a triple flash Does not come on at all Meaning No fault in system Fault with SRS ECU, connector or harness Fault in drivers airbag circuit Fault in passengers airbag circuit Leak in airbag circuits Fault with : Warning lamp, supply to instrument pack, SRS harness, SRS ECU
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Honda SRS Type III
For the Honda SRS system used on Rover 600 and New Rover 400, the airbag warning light has the following meaning. Warning light behavior when ignition is switched on. Comes on then goes off after about 6 seconds Comes on and then stays on Meaning No fault in system Fault in airbag system. Refer to blink codes (See below) Fault in airbag system. Refer to blink codes (See below) Fault in warning lamp circuit
Comes on, goes off after about 6 seconds, Then comes back on and stays on Comes on and then stays on
If a fault is indicated on the Honda airbag system, a blink code readout can be obtained by shorting the two pins of the SCS diagnostic connector, which can be found behind the glove box. With the pins shorted, switch on the ignition. The SRS warning light will come on for up to 30 seconds and then go out. It will then indicate the stored blink codes. Each fault code has two digits. The first digit is represented by a series of one-second blinks. The second digit is represented by a series of half-second blinks. There will be a two-second gap between each digit and also between each fault code. The meaning of each blink code is described in the following table. For continuous failures, the blink codes will be repeated. For intermittent failures, the blink codes are reported once only then the SRS light will stay on. If there are no SRS faults to report, the light will remain on. Blink Code 1-1 1-3 1-4 1-5 2-1 2-3 2-4 2-5 5-1 Meaning High resistance in drivers airbag circuit Low resistance in drivers airbag circuit Short to supply in drivers airbag circuit Short to ground in drivers airbag circuit High resistance in passengers airbag circuit Low resistance in passengers airbag circuit Short to supply in passengers airbag circuit Short to ground in passengers airbag circuit ECU internal fault
5-3 5-4 6-3 6-4 7-1 7-2 7-3 8-1 8-2 8-6 9-1 9-2 10-1
ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault ECU internal fault Fault in SRS warning light circuit. Fault in SRS power supply circuit. ECU internal fault
New Rover 400
On the New Rover 400 model, three different types of airbag system can be fitted. To determine which type of airbag is in use, consult the following rules. 416 Auto 5 door with VIN up to 250028 uses Honda type III SRS All other models if fitted with drivers airbag only, use ED3 All other models if fitted with drivers and passengers airbags use EC3
ROVER SECURITY SYSTEM
APPLICATIONS CONNECTOR LOCATIONS GENERAL OPERATION SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
1.1 2.1 3.1 4.1
Version 2.0 07/01
MINI 400 MG-F MEMS 1.6 MEMS 1.9 MEMS 2J
5AS 5AS 5AS 5AS 5AS 5AS 5AS MEMS MEMS MEMS
95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON 95 ON
ADC100 + ADC120/ADC123 ADC100 + ADC120/ADC123 ADC100 + ADC120/ADC123 ADC100 + ADC120 ADC100 + ADC120 ADC100 + ADC120 ADC100 + ADC120 ADC125 ADC100 + ADC124 or ADC110 ADC110
NOTE : THE SYSTEMS ABOVE USE THE REMOTE PLIP UNIT AS PICTURED BELOW. ANY OTHER REMOTE PLIPS ARE NOT PROGRAMMABLE WITH THIS SOFTWARE
PLIP KEY FOR USE WITH 5AS, 10AS AND 27VT SYSTEMS
200, 400, 25 & 45
MEMS 1.6 Connector (3 Pin white)
5AS Connector (3 Pin Green) 2.2
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION (5AS ALARM SYSTEM)
INTRODUCTION There are a number of different systems fitted across the Rover vehicle range, which vary slightly. The systems can only be enabled and disabled using the Key Fob (PLIP). If the car is locked with the mechanical key only, then the alarm is not enabled. There are three ways the alarm works, one is to enable an ultrasonic alarm, the second Perimetric protection and the other engine immobilisation. In addition to this it also operates the central locking. When the system is armed or disarmed the hazard lights will flash depending on which operation is performed. If the doors lock but the hazard lights do not flash, then it is possible that one of the doors, boot or bonnet is partially open. PLIP KEY This is a radio transmitter which has two buttons, one to arm the system and one to disarm. When the system is armed the ALARM LED indicator will flash quickly for 10 seconds, and then flash at a slower frequency. The radio code signal is changed each time the PLIP key is used, and the code is changed both in the handset and also the ECU on the vehicle. If this sequence is broken, then the PLIP key can be re-enabled as follows :Procedure. 1. 2. 3. Unlock the drivers door using the key. Ensure all doors, bonnet and boot are shut, and if Central Locking is fitted, make sure both front doors are unlocked. Press the PLIP key (Lock button) four times quickly, until the vehicle locks are enabled.
ENGINE IMMOBILISATION The engine is set as soon as the Perimetric alarm is enabled, which inhibits the engine electrical circuits. Immobilisation can only be removed using the PLIP key or using the emergency access code (EKA). If the car is not locked using the PLIP key, the immobiliser will be activated 20 seconds after the ignition is switched off, and the drivers door opened. The engine can be reimmobilised by pressing the unlock button on the PLIP key.
PLIP KEY BATTERY REPLACEMENT Ensure the vehicle is unlocked before the following procedure is followed. The battery in the Plip key should last for around 3 years, depending on usage. To change the battery, split the Plip key in half and remove the battery, taking care not to touch the clip or any of the components. Press and hold each of the Plip key buttons for 5 seconds, to discharge any residue voltage in the circuits. Replace the battery, ensuring the side marked with + is facing the clip. Once replaced, snap together both halves of the Plip key. Follow the procedure on the previous page to re-initiate the plip key. PERIMETRIC SYSTEM If the alarm is activated, then the horn will sound for approximately 30 seconds if any of the following are detected : Boot is opened Bonnet release is opened Ignition is switched to the ON position Drivers door button is raised (Only on Central Locking Systems) Drivers door is unlocked (Using Key)
Once alarm is activated, it can only be turned off by disarming the alarm. If it is not disarmed the ECU stores a fault. Then if the alarm is disarmed later, the alarm LED will flash rapidly until the ignition is turned on or the alarm is re-armed. TAMPER PROTECTION The system is fitted with tamperproof protection on vehicles with Central Locking. This enables the alarm if the drivers door button or the actuator switch wires are tampered with. VEHICLE BATTERY Ensure the Alarm is disabled before removing the vehicle battery, otherwise the alarm will sound on re-connection.
ENGINE IMMOBILISATION OVERRIDE If the Plip key is lost or does not function, the emergency access code (EKA) can be used to override the system as follows :1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Insert the key into the drivers lock, and turn to the lock position. Hold the key in this position for 5 seconds. Now using the code turn the key to the unlock the number of times of the first digit. Now turn the key to the lock position the number of times of the second digit. Repeat for the last two digits. After the code has been entered, turn the key to the unlock position, and check to see whether the Alarm LED has stopped flashing, and the engine will start.
If an error is made, open and close the door and repeat the sequence. If 3 unsuccessful attempts are made, the system will lock out for 10 minutes, before another attempt can be made.
PROGRAMMING REMOTE PLIP KEYS VEHICLE SELECTION MENU MINI ROVER 100 ROVER 200 ROVER 400 ROVER MG-F PRESS ENTER KEY DIAGNOSTIC MENU PLIP KEY FUNCTIONS EKA FUNCTION
Select the function required. At the VEHICLE SELECTION menu select the required vehicle. Then press the ENTER key.
PRESS ENTER KEY
PLEASE WAIT TRYING TO COMMUNICATE
The AD100 will now attempt to communicate with the ECU.
If communication is successful the system being tested will be displayed as shown.
PROGRAMMING REMOTE PLIP KEYS DIAGNOSTIC MENU ECU IDENTIFICATION SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Select SPECIAL FUNCTIONS.
PRESS ENTER KEY DIAGNOSTIC MENU PROGRAM PLIP KEY
Select PROGRAM PLIP KEY.
PRESS ENTER KEY PRESS PLIP LOCK AT LEAST 8 TIMES UNTIL HORN SOUNDS.
Press either button on the Plip key very quickly up to 8 times until the horn sounds, which indicates it has been successfully programmed. Repeat up to 4 plip keys.
READING EKA CODE DIAGNOSTIC MENU PLIP KEY FUNCTIONS EKA FUNCTIONS
Select the EKA function.
TURN IGNITION ON PRESS ENTER KEY READ EKA CODE UNLOCK 6 TURNS LOCK 1 TURNS UNLOCK 11 TURNS LOCK 11 TURNS PRESS ENTER KEY PROGRAMMING NEW EKA CODE DIAGNOSTIC MENU READ EKA CODE SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
To program a new EKA code select special functions from the menu and press ENTER. The display should show the EKA code and the sequence required to input the code. NOTE : EKA numbers can go up to 15.
DIAGNOSTIC MENU WRITE EKA CODE
Select write EKA code.
SECURITY CODE ____
Insert new EKA code. Please make a note of this and advise the customer.
If correct press enter to proceed.
1234 IS THIS CORRECT OK=ENTER CLEAR=BACK
DISCONNECT AD100 FROM VEHICLE
After the code has been programmed, disconnect the AD100 and then reconnect to check the code has been written correctly.
RE-CODE ECUs (MEMS 1.6, 1.9 & 2J) VEHICLE SELECTION MENU IMMOBILISER EMS
At the VEHICLE SELECTION menu select the required system. Then press the ENTER key.
PRESS ENTER KEY VEHICLE SELECTION MENU MEMS 1.6 MEMS 1.9 MEMS 2J
Select the required EMS system
PRESS ENTER KEY VEHICLE SELECTION MENU RE-CODE ECU
Select RE-CODE ECU
PRESS ENTER KEY TURN IGNITION ON PRESS ENTER KEY
Turn Ignition ON and press the ENTER key.
RE-CODE ECUs (MEMS 1.6, 1.9 & 2J)
The AD150 will now attempt to communicate with the vehicle.
If re-coding is successful, the AD150 should indicate procedure complete. Disconnect tester and start vehicle,
TIPS & HINTS
1. If the Plip key does not operate, it could be one of the following causes : 2. 3. Bad connection at 5AS ECU plug. Plip Key inoperative or ECU de-programmed. System in lock out due to other radio interference.
Alarm LED not working, this could be the failure of LED unit, as this is common on Rover 800 vehicles. Replace LED unit. On Rover 416 Automatic Honda PGMFI engine, if the unlock button is pressed on the Plip key while the ignition is switched ON, vehicle will not start. The Alarm bleeper will sound. To re-immobilise turn ignition off and re-start the vehicle. Radio Frequency Colour coding Frequency 433.92 MHz 224.5 MHz 433.92 MHz 433.92 MHz 433.92 MHz 315.0 MHz 315.0 MHz Colour (ECU/Handset) Blue/Black Yellow/Yellow Blue/Purple Blue/Blue White/Blue Green/Green Orange/Green Countries UK/Ireland France Germany Europe (except France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy & Denmark) Switzerland & Denmark ROW, Italy & Australia Gulf & Japan
ECU IDENTIFICATION (Contd)
NOTE :- HAS 2 MAIN CONNECTORS
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