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Transmission malfunction message after removing a connector /relay


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#11 GR8GUY

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Posted 25 February 2021 - 09:52 PM

Hiya, It doesn't join the looms it seems to lead up from the gem to the firewall and behind the dash.

In the gem diagram It fits into the top left connection. In the pic its the single cable 

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Posted 28 February 2021 - 04:18 PM

It turns out this particular cable doesn't have a relation to central locking. It therefore seems when I have been pressing around there must be another cable/connector or part of the gem being triggered. I cannot get it to recreate so search goes on to pinpoint the culprit. It does mean that the root cause lays within this gem module or wires/connections. I have therefore sourced a replacement GEM from breakers with correct reference numbers to see if this will solve the issue. I have OBDLINK EX cable and forscan. I have copied the ASBUILT data from my current unit. Can anyone advise what I need to do now ?  My thoughts were that I connect the replacement GEM and copy the file from current module to it. Totally new to forscan though so perhaps missing some important steps. If anyone can advise please let me know as I don't want to proceed until I'm clear on what's required. 






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