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Thread: Skoa Yeti wonīt start when cold.

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    Uwe: Okey, Than i have to look more what the bit in the Interlook is reading in actual sensor.

    Jack@European_Parts: The problem is to get the two relays for the starter motor solinoid to engage. Something is stopping it for safety reason when itīs cold. But i donīt get any error codes. So when i look on all advanced mesure values in 01 Engine in VCDS. Then about the "park neutral safety switch" i donīt understand what that can be in a car with manual gearbox.

    I have been looking around in ELSA and ETKA to find some sensor that could give me a safety lock. I think i will try on monday to put in the VAS6154 ans try to read the values with ODIS and se if i can se what it could be. Today it was only -9`C outside. Then 20min with heater in the car did the jobb to turn the interlock value 01000001 to 0000000, Then it started perfect again.

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    Well if a safety lock out you would think you would get a DTC and shit maybe related to temp........

    We don't have the Yeti here or Skoda but temp can have an affect on relays or power completion of circuits.

    Have you tried inducing faults in starter relays, to see the stack is reporting or if pulses get to them and where the loss of ground, pulse, connectivity attenuation or current is present?


    Maybe off topic but made me think of this.........

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attenuation

    https://link.springer.com/article/10...094-016-0216-x
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    Fu**

    Today when i started working again after the weekend.
    Now itīs only -2`C and there is no problem to try to repair.

    This is starting to get a bit tricky!

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    After many hours and days troubleshooting, i found the problem.
    A bad welded cable!!!!!

    Last edited by kriicka; 03-14-2018 at 02:30 PM.

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    The brown cable with yellow dots, that is badly welded, is for minus/negative for the return from the hallsensor to the centralelectric J519.
    And it made some ripple on the dc to the instrumentcluster also so when i got near the problem. The instrumentcluster was starting to make strange things...

    Thanks for the help, now itīs time to go over to the next strange problems on a Audi Q3.

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