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Engine and peripheralsDIESEL INJECTION PETROL INJECTION GAS INJECTION

XM0B - XM0C - XM0F - XM0G - XM0H - XM0J - XM0U77 11 318 222 NOVEMBER 2005All rights reserved by RENAULT s.a.s. Copying or translating, in part or in full, of this document or use of the service part reference numbering system is forbidden without the prior written authority of RENAULT s.a.s.

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"The repair procedures given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared. The procedures may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed."

Renault s.a.s. 2005

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13B DIESEL INJECTIONDelphi DDCR Injection Program No.: BE - Vdiag No.: 44 and 48 Introduction Fault finding log System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status and parameter summary table Interpretation of statuses Interpretation of parameters Dealing with command modes Tests Customer complaints Fault finding chart Siemens SID 301 Injection Program No.: B1 - Vdiag No.: 44 Introduction Fault finding log Cleanliness guidelines System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Dealing with command modes Customer complaints Fault finding chart Tests 13B-1 13B-6 13B-8 13B-10 13B-16 13B-21 13B-24 13B-25 13B-27 13B-78 13B-116 13B-117 13B-134 13B-136 13B-141 13B-142 13B-145 13B-167 13B-1 13B-9 13B-11 13B-19 13B-22 13B-24 13B-25 13B-27 13B-86 13B-124 13B-126 13B-134 13B-136 13B-138 13B-151 13B-153

13B DIESEL INJECTIONDelphi DCM 1-2 Injection Program No.: 4D - Vdiag No.: 48 Introduction Fault finding log Cleanliness guidelines System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Command summary table Tests Customer complaints Fault finding chart 13B-1 13B-7 13B-9 13B-11 13B-19 13B-23 13B-26 13B-27 13B-29 13B-91 13B-131 13B-132 13B-140 13B-142 13B-144 13B-145 13B-159 13B-161

EDC16 Injection Program No.: C1 - Vdiag No.: 44 - 48 and 4C Introduction System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Command summary table Interpretation of commands Customer complaints Fault finding chart Component operation test Glossary 13B-1 13B-8 13B-16 13B-19 13B-22 13B-25 13B-109 13B-147 13B-148 13B-173 13B-175 13B-181 13B-182 13B-195 13B-196 13B-203 13B-205

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13B DIESEL INJECTIONEDC16 Injection Program No.: C1 - Vdiag: 50 Introduction Fault finding log Cleanliness guidelines System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Command summary table Interpretation of commands Customer complaints Fault finding chart Test Glossary 13B-1 13B-6 13B-8 13B-10 13B-18 13B-20 13B-24 13B-28 13B-135 13B-176 13B-177 13B-209 13B-212 13B-213 13B-227 13B-228 13B-243 13B-263

17B PETROL INJECTIONSagem 3000 Injection Program No.: A7 - Vdiag No.: 44 Introduction Fault finding log System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Command summary table Interpretation of commands Help Customer complaints Fault finding chart S3000 injection Program No.: AD - Vdiag No.: 4C Introduction Fault finding log System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Command summary table Interpretation of commands Customer complaints Fault finding chart 17B-1 17B-6 17B-8 17B-22 17B-27 17B-28 17B-30 17B-34 17B-119 17B-167 17B-169 17B-194 17B-196 17B-205 17B-206 17B-210 17B-211 17B-1 17B-6 17B-8 17B-13 17B-16 17B-17 17B-18 17B-22 17B-86 17B-125 17B-127 17B-138 17B-140 17B-148 17B-149 17B-153 17B-155 17B-156

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17C GAS INJECTIONSagem Gas 3000 Injection Program No.: AB - Vdiag: 08 Introduction System operation Allocation of computer tracks Replacement of components Configuration and programming Fault summary table Interpretation of faults Conformity check Status summary table Interpretation of statuses Parameter summary table Interpretation of parameters Command summary table Customer complaints Fault finding chart 17C-1 17C-7 17C-10 17C-11 17C-12 17C-13 17C-14 17C-45 17C-66 17C-67 17C-73 17C-74 17C-78 17C-86 17C-87

ABBREVIATIONS

ABBREVIATIONS ABS ALP APC AVC BVA BVM BVR CAN AC CD PAS DAE DVD DTC EGR ESP GMV CNG LPG HLE MAG MIG MR TN OBD SER SSPP THLE TM UCH UPC UCT UHLE VIN

MEANING OF ABBREVIATION Anti-lock braking system Fault Finding Chart After ignition Before ignition feed Automatic gearbox Manual gearbox Sequential gearbox Controller Area Network Air conditioning Compact disc Power assisted steering (hydraulic) Electric power assisted steering Digital versatile disc Fault finding code Exhaust gas recirculation Electronic Stability Program Fan assembly Compressed natural gas Liquefied petroleum gas High yield strength Metal active gas (for welding steel) Metal inert gas (for welding aluminium) Workshop repair manual Technical Note On board diagnostics Resistance spot welding Tyre pressure monitoring system Very high-tensile strength Labour time UCH Protection and switching unit Roof control unit Ultra high yield strength Vehicle identification number

113BDDCR INJECTION Vdiag N: 44, 48

DIESEL INJECTION Fault finding - Introduction

13B

1. SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT This document presents the fault finding procedure applicable to all computers with the following specifications: Vehicle(s): MEGANE II, SCENIC II for K9K 722, 728 and 729 engines Function involved: DELPHI K9 DIESEL DIRECT COMMON RAIL INJECTION (DDCR) Computer name: DDCR INJECTION Program no.: BE N Vdiag: 44, 48

Following the appearance of the Pump repriming function on K9K engines, a new Vdiag has been issued. When replacing a high pressure pump on vehicles fitted with a computer with Vdiag 44, it is essential to reprogram the injection computer to activate the Pump repriming function. After reprogamming, Vdiag 44 is replaced by Vdiag 48.

2. PREREQUISITES FOR FAULT FINDING Documentation type Fault finding procedures (this manual): Assisted fault finding (integrated into the diagnostic tool), Dialogys. Wiring Diagrams: Visu-Schma (CD-ROM), paper. Type of diagnostic tools CLIP Special tooling required Special tooling required Multimeter El. 1590 El. 1681 112-track computer bornier Universal bornier

Mot. 1711 Injector flow measuring kit

DDCR_V44_PRELI/DDCR_V48_PRELI

K9K44, 48X 84 4.0

13B-1

Edition 2

DDCR INJECTION Vdiag N: 44, 48

DIESEL INJECTION Fault finding - Introduction

13B

3. RECAP Procedure To run fault finding on the vehicle's computers, switch on the ignition in fault finding mode (forced + after ignition feed). Proceed as follows: Put the vehicle card in the card reader. Press and hold start button (longer than 5 seconds) with start-up conditions not fulfilled. Then connect the diagnostic tool and perform the desired operations. Note: The left-hand and right-hand xenon bulb computers are powered when the dipped headlights are lit. Therefore fault finding can only be carried out on them after the ignition has been switched on in fault finding mode (forced + after ignition feed) and the dipped headlights have been switched on. To cut off + after ignition, proceed as follows: disconnect the diagnostic tool, Press the start button twice briefly (less than 3 seconds), Ensure that the + after ignition feed has been cut off by checking that the computer indicator lights on the instrument panel have gone out.

Faults Faults are declared as either present or stored (depending on whether they appeared in a certain context and have disappeared since, or whether they remain present but have not been diagnosed within the current context). The present or stored status of the faults must be taken into consideration when the diagnostic tool is used after the + after ignition feed has been switched on (without operation of any system components). For a present fault, apply the procedure described in the Interpretation of faults section. For a stored fault, note the faults displayed and apply the instructions in the Notes section. If the fault is confirmed when the Notes are applied, the fault is present. Deal with the fault If the fault is not confirmed, check: the electrical lines which correspond to the fault, the connectors on these lines (corrosion, bent pins, etc.), the resistance of the component detected as faulty, the condition of the wires (melted or split insulation, wear). Or use the fault finding to check the circuit of the faulty component.

K9K44, 48X 84 4.0

13B-2

Edition 2

DDCR INJECTION Vdiag N: 44, 48

DIESEL INJECTION Faul

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