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I'm hoping someone can offer me some advice or guidance.
Skoda Fabia MK1, 2007, 1.9 TDi (AXR)
I am trying trace what I think is a wiring fault with the throttle body actuator motor. Whilst doing a whole load of repairs to the electrics on the car it became apparent that there was a potential ECU fault, however before writing off the ECU I tested the wiring for the various sensors that were recording faults (MAP; MAF; Throttle actuator). I am getting continuity on all the appropriate wires on the MAP and MAF going to ECU/Earth/Fuse. However I am getting stuck on the throttle actuator. The plug has 4 pins (see pics). Pin 1-(brown wire)-continuity to earth; Pin 2-(blue/black)-continuity to connector block behind battery; Pin 3-(blue/red)-continuity to Pin 81 on ECU plug; Pin 4-(red/lilac)- I am not getting any continuity to any of the red/lilac wires on the ECU plug or to earth so I am assuming a break in the wire. I have downloaded the wiring documents available on anther thread here at Briskoda but can't seem to find a diagram that relates to the throttle actuator. Does anyone know where this red/lilac wire should go to? Don't fancy opening up the full loom if I can avoid it!
Cheers in advance.
Would like to fit a Dashcam on the back window of my Superb to avoid cash for crash scams, I understand the only live feed
is from wiper motor I am however not too happy about taking off the trim as it looks pretty well secured.
I would like to know has anyone managed to do this ? and if so would appreciate any hints or photos if possible.
I had a problem yesterday - I deal with tills and computers and was at a customer's shop yesterday. I went to install a broadband (ADSL) router on the BT line, but found that plugging a micro filter in to any telephone socket killed the phone line - no dial tone. I'm assuming that there's a problem with the phone wiring - I tried two different micro filters.
It is outside of my remit to touch any of their phone wiring - but is there anything obvious that would cause this?
Telephone master socket appears to be original BT Master socket from ancient history and has a couple of home made looking extensions attached
Normal telephones and old school 56k fax modem work fine