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Dash has stopped working
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My belt snapped and battery went flat. Fitted new belt and charged the battery, but now dash has stopped working. No speedo, rev counter or warning lights inc indicators. But i have an oil light and air bag light. The car runs fine and starts all lights and indicators work. its a 1.9 diesel.:lol:
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(12-05-2011, 06:27 PM)slugshot Wrote:  My belt snapped and battery went flat. Fitted new belt and charged the battery, but now dash has stopped working. No speedo, rev counter or warning lights inc indicators. But i have an oil light and air bag light. The car runs fine and starts all lights and indicators work. its a 1.9 diesel.:lol:

Have you checked fuses etc.My thinking is if it's all gone tits up it's not individual bulb/instruments.I don't have a diagram for your car so can't look it up.Good luck with it.
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#3
Yes checked all fuses. Strange that it should go after battery went flat. have no fuel or temp gauge as well. thought someone could have had same fault.
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#4
This may be worth a read:

http://www.petercoopercarrepairs.co.uk/p...cedure.htm
How much is the fish?
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#5
I completely flattened battery running a 12v fridge couple of weeks ago.
Managed to get a jump start, then fully charged battery at home.
Everything was fine, in fact better....
Before that all doors locked off remote except side door, that had to be locked/unlocked with key.
After battery flat/charged, side door works now off the remote.
And has done ever since.
Know this is no help to you (sorry), but shows how unpredictable French wiring can be.
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#6
The BSI reset posted by knobbly is the answer here...... may take a few goes, but remember the 3 minute rule!!!! Smile Smile
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French; but made in Turkey, or Portugal.
And "Berlingo" is a township in Lombardy, Northern Italy.
So not French either.
(But everyone knew that, anyway...):thumbsup:
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(12-05-2011, 08:44 PM)adam3rdcanvey Wrote:  The BSI reset posted by knobbly is the answer here...... may take a few goes, but remember the 3 minute rule!!!! Smile Smile

Would be nice if it sorted it!
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Don't know if a mk1 is similar to a mk2 in this area but check the 'shunt' i think its either position f1 or f6 from memory but it will have shunt written across the top. Looks like a normal blade fuse and is located in the box under the steering wheel by your right knee.
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#10
All sorted thanks to all for ideas. Please do not ask how, friday night checked all fuses again. Had a drive and no different. Went out this morning and the dash was fine !!!!!!!!!!:S
So 1 happy Berlingo owner:lol:
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