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Old 09-11-2005, 12:01   #1 (permalink)
matt
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Ignition problem wiring ..... any ideas to this ?

Hi,

Help...

Ok interesting problem for those who like ignition systems and
things that don't start under odd circumstances.

My LandRover CSW 110 (1996) will not start unless I cross
the solenoid with the ignition (black cable).

Readings on the meter are.
With the original circuit. 9.85v to the wire when on or off.
(ignition switch upper most = on, off = when dash lights
are on only), totally off there is no reading at all.

i.e no extra boost to 12.5 v, when on.

Now if I was to take a reading from the relay switch
(back of)....

With the original wire (black) still on the solenoid
I get the following readings.

|(a) = 9.85v |(b) = 9.85v

_
(c) 3.5v

When the switch is turned on (i.e power boost)

|(a) 9.85v |(b) 9.85v
-
(c) 0 v

------------------------------------------------------

Now to a new lead (from the solenoid to the relay (by
passing the inner wiring lume

Off position (only dash lights on).

|(a) 0 v |(b) 0v

_
(c) 0 v

On position

|(a) 0v |(b) 12v

_
(c) 12v

--------------------------------------------------------

Relay pins
a = 86 (red black)
b = 85 (white + white/red)
c = 30 (grey)
d = 87 (brown (N))

-------------------------------------------------------

Any help would be great

Regards

Matt



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Old 09-11-2005, 14:01   #2 (permalink)
Derek
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Re: Ignition problem wiring ..... any ideas to this ?


"matt" <matt@jtml.com> wrote in message
news:dg1mol$4k5$1@news7.svr.pol.co.uk...
> Hi,
>
> Help...
>
> Ok interesting problem for those who like ignition systems and
> things that don't start under odd circumstances.
>
> My LandRover CSW 110 (1996) will not start unless I cross
> the solenoid with the ignition (black cable).
>
> Readings on the meter are.
> With the original circuit. 9.85v to the wire when on or off.
> (ignition switch upper most = on, off = when dash lights
> are on only), totally off there is no reading at all.
>
> i.e no extra boost to 12.5 v, when on.
>
> Now if I was to take a reading from the relay switch
> (back of)....
>
> With the original wire (black) still on the solenoid
> I get the following readings.
>
> |(a) = 9.85v |(b) = 9.85v
>
> _
> (c) 3.5v
>
> When the switch is turned on (i.e power boost)
>
> |(a) 9.85v |(b) 9.85v
> -
> (c) 0 v
>
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> Now to a new lead (from the solenoid to the relay (by
> passing the inner wiring lume
>
> Off position (only dash lights on).
>
> |(a) 0 v |(b) 0v
>
> _
> (c) 0 v
>
> On position
>
> |(a) 0v |(b) 12v
>
> _
> (c) 12v
>
> --------------------------------------------------------
>
> Relay pins
> a = 86 (red black)
> b = 85 (white + white/red)
> c = 30 (grey)
> d = 87 (brown (N))
>
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> Any help would be great
>
> Regards
>
> Matt
>
>

Emailed you re wiring diagram.
Derek


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