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#1
hello i,m a newbie to the club ,and not very savvy when it comes to cars
just recently lost my t4 :brickwall:crash

so came across a berlingo at a reasonable price . does the job

its been great the last (first week)few days getting used to the french thingy
today i decided to put in a decent music box, pull the old box out carefully removed the wires only to find i need a different connection (go to halfords)

OH NO it wont start bleeping and flashing a key sign ,tried both keys after waiting a while with the ign on and off to reset

bbb ugger
no joy

so could you kind people out help a novice

thanks jat
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#2
Any other odd behaviour - lights or wipers coming on?

What about if you refit the old head unit - does it start then?
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#3
hi thanks for the reply ,no to the head unit . but i have fixed the ole girl

did not think that fuse 25 had any thing to do with the ecu lights radio and a host of other things all connected
3 fuses reblown after yet another check and there it was

what silly people these car electricians are (being polite)

the info that put me and pa on to the problem was found by pa in the forum 'Dash Lights On with No Key in' Problem (but no BSI) ,good ole pa and im smiling

gonna let him fit my music box

whats a bsi

any berlingo owners in north devon
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#4
Glad it's fixed.

The BSI is the cabin fuse and relay "box". It's paired to the dash, the key, and your engine ECU. It handles signals to open doors, heat mirrors, allow the engine to start and many other functions. So if it says "NO!" then the wedding is off.

It's not so problematic usually as people would have you believe, but when it does genuinely fail, yes a right pain in the bum.
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'whats a bsi'
Body Systems Interface
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Hello Jon welcome to the forum nice to see it's sorted :thumbsup:
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(12-01-2014, 01:53 PM)addo Wrote:  Glad it's fixed.

The BSI is the cabin fuse and relay "box". It's paired to the dash, the key, and your engine ECU. It handles signals to open doors, heat mirrors, allow the engine to start and many other functions. So if it says "NO!" then the wedding is off.

It's not so problematic usually as people would have you believe, but when it does genuinely fail, yes a right pain in the bum.

whats to do when it shot and it needs fixing ,ie will i need a new key and ecu

whats to do when it shot and it needs fixing ,ie will i need a new key and ecuConfusedtudy:
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#8
Nah, if it genuinely dies you get a used one that's been "virginised" which is like re-formatting your hard drive. You then re-code everything into it; not hard for a specialist.
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