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Author Subject: Issue with keypad
Joep

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Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

Registered: 19 Sep 2013

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Post #1
Hi all,

Tried so many things already... hope one of you have the solution.

A few months ago, I could drive my car on the driveway. The only thing different from today was that the cat and exhaust was not fitted at that time.

Today, I wanted to start the car. But the key pad showed two lights:



Upon entering the right code, I heard 4 beeps and the car won't start. Starter is turning, but engine will not switch on.

Does anyone know what is going on and how to solve this?

As said, a few months ago this did not happen and I could just start the car.

Battery is a brand new Varta, so it is not a battery problem.

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Posted 4th Nov 2017 at 15:40
davidmartin

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Location: Beautifull Ystalyfera

Registered: 21 Oct 2006

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Post #2
The handbook says
Simultaneous lighting of the red and green indicator lights indicates incorrect use or an operational fault, in this case wait approximately one minute, then switch the ignition off then on again.
If the problem persists, consult a Peugeot Dealer.

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Posted 7th Nov 2017 at 21:38
Joep

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Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

Registered: 19 Sep 2013

Posts: 465

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Post #3
Okay. Have not done this yet.

Bought an unlocked ECU from pug_306 already. I want to get rid of the key pad...

One of my Dutch friends told me that as the current ECU is a different one from when there was still a 2.0 8v engine in the car, the ECU is now locked as the current ECU did not need a key pad.

But the strange thing is, when I drove the car from my garage to the driveway, I had to use the keypad to get the car started.

Well, I am going to try your suggestion. If this fails I still have the option of the unlocked ECU that is coming my way.

Thanks!

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My car park:
'96 Sigma Blue XSi6
'98 Diablo Red GTi6
'99 Onyx Black S16

All RFS powered!

Plus various other Peugeots
Posted 8th Nov 2017 at 05:54
Joep

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Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

Registered: 19 Sep 2013

Posts: 465

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Post #4
Unlocked ECU did the trick!

Apparantly, the keypad worked well in combination with the old ECU for two times... Third time the keypad locked the ECU.

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My car park:
'96 Sigma Blue XSi6
'98 Diablo Red GTi6
'99 Onyx Black S16

All RFS powered!

Plus various other Peugeots
Posted 22nd Nov 2017 at 05:51

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