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heater matrix
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just started changing heater matrix and ive been told you have to take out the dash,so ive started it .i unpluged the plugs to the dash clocks, and light and indicater stalks, now i have a flashing key symbol on the dash also a bleeping alarm, and the van wont start i think its turned off the diesel pump.anyone have any idea what ive done cheers!
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(09-09-2011, 05:07 PM)dowdy Wrote:  just started changing heater matrix and ive been told you have to take out the dash,so ive started it .i unpluged the plugs to the dash clocks, and light and indicater stalks, now i have a flashing key symbol on the dash also a bleeping alarm, and the van wont start i think its turned off the diesel pump.anyone have any idea what ive done cheers!

Before you unplug anything you must disconnect the battery following this procedure
http://www.bba-reman.com/content.aspx?content=peugeot_bsi_reboot_process
Failure to do this can make the BSI throw a wobbly or even corrupt its software.

Once battery is disconnected before doing anything give the airbag system time to shut down fully.10 to 20 minutes I allow 30 minutes.
Best advice I can give you is disconnect the battery now,allow time period above for airbags.
Reconnect all the plugs you have unplugged.
Reconnect battery following BSI Reboot process.
Make sure everything works ok.
Then disconnect battery again using method in above link.
Allow time for airbag system to shut down.
You should now be ok to start unpluging connections to enable removal of dashboard

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(09-09-2011, 05:59 PM)BlueBlingo Wrote:  
(09-09-2011, 05:07 PM)dowdy Wrote:  just started changing heater matrix and ive been told you have to take out the dash,so ive started it .i unpluged the plugs to the dash clocks, and light and indicater stalks, now i have a flashing key symbol on the dash also a bleeping alarm, and the van wont start i think its turned off the diesel pump.anyone have any idea what ive done cheers!

Before you unplug anything you must disconnect the battery following this procedure
http://www.bba-reman.com/content.aspx?content=peugeot_bsi_reboot_process
Failure to do this can make the BSI throw a wobbly or even corrupt its software.

Once battery is disconnected before doing anything give the airbag system time to shut down fully.10 to 20 minutes I allow 30 minutes.
Best advice I can give you is disconnect the battery now,allow time period above for airbags.
Reconnect all the plugs you have unplugged.
Reconnect battery following BSI Reboot process.
Make sure everything works ok.
Then disconnect battery again using method in above link.
Allow time for airbag system to shut down.
You should now be ok to start unpluging connections to enable removal of dashboard

i think ive already cocked up ,i unplugged everthing with battery attatched .i started to do it then thought i would use some k seal to see if i could seal the matrix instead of taking out dash, when i plugged everythink back in i had the flashing key and it wont start .everything works lights indicators all dash lights, heater plugs are working, its turning over ,but i dont think its getting fuel because its been locked out some how cheers dowdy
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Disconnect & reconnect battery following BSI reset procedure.

Has your vehicle got a fuel supply cut off switch if so check it as it might need resetting.
Let us know how you get on .
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(09-09-2011, 06:26 PM)BlueBlingo Wrote:  Disconnect & reconnect battery following BSI reset procedure.

Has your vehicle got a fuel supply cut off switch if so check it as it might need resetting.
Let us know how you get on .

where do i find it and do u know how to reset it/im putting dash back in tommorow matrix is back in and heater system bolted up,and system is full of water and the leak is sorted .it is quite a big job but now im feeling its worth doing it....
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(10-09-2011, 08:50 PM)dowdy Wrote:  
(09-09-2011, 06:26 PM)BlueBlingo Wrote:  Disconnect & reconnect battery following BSI reset procedure.

Has your vehicle got a fuel supply cut off switch if so check it as it might need resetting.
Let us know how you get on .

where do i find it and do u know how to reset it/im putting dash back in tommorow matrix is back in and heater system bolted up,and system is full of water and the leak is sorted .it is quite a big job but now im feeling its worth doing it....
Whoops just noticed your`s is a diesel so forget about fuel cut off switch ! Switch only on petrol engines RHS engine compartment

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#7
just got all the dash back in, clocks are in ,steering columb is back together.water in system no leaks,everthing wired up again battery on ,OH NO ! still got flashing key symbol on clocks and it wont start. But look on the bright side ive done the heater matrix which i wouldnt wish on anyone. so if anyone knows the answer dont hesitate cheers DOWDY...
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(11-09-2011, 07:14 PM)dowdy Wrote:  just got all the dash back in, clocks are in ,steering columb is back together.water in system no leaks,everthing wired up again battery on ,OH NO ! still got flashing key symbol on clocks and it wont start. But look on the bright side ive done the heater matrix which i wouldnt wish on anyone. so if anyone knows the answer dont hesitate cheers DOWDY...

Can you provide some more vehicle details as follows:
Age.
1.9, 1.6 or 2.0 HDi,
VIN No ,
RPO No (On Sticker below RHS `A`Post might be something like 09804).
Man or Auto Transmision
ABS Yes or No
EPS Yes or No
Have you checked all the fuses ?
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(12-09-2011, 05:44 PM)BlueBlingo Wrote:  
(11-09-2011, 07:14 PM)dowdy Wrote:  just got all the dash back in, clocks are in ,steering columb is back together.water in system no leaks,everthing wired up again battery on ,OH NO ! still got flashing key symbol on clocks and it wont start. But look on the bright side ive done the heater matrix which i wouldnt wish on anyone. so if anyone knows the answer dont hesitate cheers DOWDY...

Can you provide some more vehicle details as follows:
Age.
1.9, 1.6 or 2.0 HDi,
VIN No ,
RPO No (On Sticker below RHS `A`Post might be something like 09804).
Man or Auto Transmision
ABS Yes or No
EPS Yes or No
Have you checked all the fuses ?

its a 1600 diesel v reg 1999 ,dont know why but it took every fuse out one by one to check them,and they were all ok, then i put the key in to try it and had reset its self turned the key and it started.so i built everything back up and finished the job ,and yes im HAPPY
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its a 1600 diesel v reg 1999 ,dont know why but it took every fuse out one by one to check them,and they were all ok, then i put the key in to try it and had reset its self turned the key and it started.so i built everything back up and finished the job ,and yes im HAPPY
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Nice to see you have got it sorted:woop:
Don`t forget in future to follow BSI procedure before disconnecting anything, also be careful if ever fault finding with multimeter,as a multimeter can set an airbag offSad

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