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MrWhite
PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:26 pm Up
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I am looking for a little bit of advice after purchasing a second hand peugeot planet cable with software. I have installed it and activated it successfully on a fresh installed XP laptop, but there is no reply from the ecu on a global test and nothing else will respond when testing individually. I am almost certain there is a fault with the lead but has anyone else had a similar issue or know how to remedy it?
If I have missed any info out please inform me so I can update

51 plate 206 2.0 hdi is what I was plugging it into

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I take it the green light is glowing on the interface?

Drivers installed correctly for the interface?

Turned the USB power saving setting OFF in device manager on your XP machine?

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MrWhite
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Yeah I checked all three before posting I am not sure what else to try except plugging into another car perhaps.
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Steve206
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I'd try another car, Peugeot planet wont usually start unless it detects the cable.

Also check the pins on the cable and the obd port.

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MrWhite
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Ok the pins seem fine no damage or missing pins etc, I just need a willing victim * ahem* volunteer for me to plug their car into.
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macca1411
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MrWhite wrote:
Ok the pins seem fine no damage or missing pins etc, I just need a willing victim * ahem* volunteer for me to plug their car into.

That would probably depend on where you are.

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qwert
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Why not just test the +12v and earth on your obd port.
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is the driver cable detected or had been installed
at 1st place?

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sean.r.steward
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What you need my frend is a snap-on machine. Because they work lmao
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sean.r.steward wrote:
What you need my frend is a snap-on machine. Because they work lmao

Ill stick with Planet / Lexia or as it's known now Diagbox as it's much better & has a hell of a lot more features available for PSA products then anything Snap On could wish for Wink

Diagbox V7.44 does me fine Cool

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MrWhite wrote:
I am looking for a little bit of advice after purchasing a second hand peugeot planet cable with software. I have installed it and activated it successfully on a fresh installed XP laptop, but there is no reply from the ecu on a global test and nothing else will respond when testing individually. I am almost certain there is a fault with the lead but has anyone else had a similar issue or know how to remedy it?
If I have missed any info out please inform me so I can update

51 plate 206 2.0 hdi is what I was plugging it into

Have a look at the pins inside the big round connector, a few people have reported these give issues in the past.

Also have you opened up the interface & checked the soldering on to the board where the wires / connector is attached?

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MrWhite
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hey guys sorry I havent been back on for a few days (Spent the weekend in the lakes)

Qwert please can you elaborate a bit on what to do there, Sorry I am not sure what to look at

heyziq Yeah I followed the instructions to the letter and the Drivers for the interface are correctly installed and recognizes when plugged into the USB ports

MrBSI I did look at the pins in the round connector and all seems well.. also i did open up the interface and the solders seem fine unless there's something even smaller I haven't spotted?

Is there any member Near me in Padiham I could perhaps meet and try to fix over a few drinks? (I am prepared to travel as I'm sure there isn't anyone within 30 miles)

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MrWhite wrote:
Is there any member Near me in Padiham I could perhaps meet and try to fix over a few drinks? (I am prepared to travel as I'm sure there isn't anyone within 30 miles)

I'm 33.5 miles via M65/M61, even closer through Abbey Village and over the tops. Could be a couple of weeks before I'm free though.

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qwert
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Get a multimeter to check there is power going to the OBD port on the car

 

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MrWhite
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oh on the car.. Right yes there is as it was plugged in to a different machine a few months ago I cannot get access to the other machine again but it was fine on the car end.

Macca just pm me when you do get any free time I will have to wait. If its faulty i may sell it and buy another and just deal with my loss'

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