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Old 18th February 2013   #1
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Ecu fault

Hi I'm in need of help I have a trafic 115 van on a 08 plate that started drove for 10 foot and conked out. Towed to Renault dealer which said it's the high pressure fuel pump. Took to another garage which agreed so they fitted a reconditioned pump on. They are now telling me pressure at injectors but no diesel being sprayed in and fault code coming up as ecu fault does new pump need coding to ecu or any other suggestions would be appreciated.fault code coming as P0606.
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Re: Ecu fault

The fault code you have is generic and therefore may be totally misleading.

Renault use a different protocol in their ECU's so I suggest you get the codes read by a code reeader that is fully compatible
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Re: Ecu fault

Thanks for your reply madnoel.ive looked up code and they reckon the PCM needs re flashing or replacing whatever the PCM is. Totally ****ed off with this van now any ideas welcome.
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