Clocks go out while driving, it is preceded by everything, i.e. a Christmas tree, i.e. various messages that start to appear (i.e. a brake failure, a failure of the airbag, etc.), then indicators such as a speedometer, tachometer, temperature and fuel indicator alternately "fall and rise" - (photo 1) after a few the clocks go out and nothing is displayed except for 3 lights (ABS, pillow and handbrake off) - (photo 3)
An interesting phenomenon is that the rest of the electric system works, i.e. electric windows, radio, air conditioning and airflow panel (photo 2), navigation as well as external lighting of the car (lights, directions, etc.)
I was in two workshops, one pity to mention in the other the CAN module was replaced (used) - the corrected "cold February" did not help and unfortunately it did not help either.
Citroen Picasso - "Christmas tree" on the display, various lights on, then the ABS clinking, finally the car dies. Verdict - alternator, cost in 2015 about 400 PLN with labor.
BMW E36- first loses clock settings on the board. Then the "Christmas tree", the clocks light up and go out. The car is on, the engine does not stop. I checked February in the counter, soldered. It did not help, the frequency of the fault has not changed. I bought a used meter for PLN 20, it's been calm for 2 weeks.
Your case. "Christmas tree", the car travels normally, the lights are on, it doesn't stop .. The km counter is reset? Symptoms similar to turning on a car? Look in the power circuit. It is possible that the mass is somehow. Mean case
Rosak, I had to give up and exchange, because I soldered the counter a few times, cleaned the connectors, and lost pins. I put the meter down for checking, I'm just curious what's wrong, that's why he didn't go to the trash.
When the clocks disappear again, check if it counts km to you. If not, then there is no power to the entire team. In fact, it is recommended that the CAN be checked with this Volvo fault. You won't get anything without analyzing the pattern of the meters.
Did something new appear in the topic? I have the same problem, CEM-DE51 error came out under VIDA - no communication with clocks. Several days the clocks work, some not. Meter harness checked, CEM removed and impregnated with Contact. The car was with several electromechanics but to no avail ...
It's good that a colleague asked on prv, because the problem with the electrode is that when you add something to your post, no one gets a notification. At the beginning, carefully transform this ball of yarn. This should solve the problem if you don't let me know. You can wash the nail polish, even IPA, but you have to wave a little.
If coding a new counter board does not help, I will resurrect the old counter I bought the board itself and after connecting it to the beam I see that it can come out of this after switching the software
So the topic was solved in my case. I have a diesel and the plate I bought was from a petroleum engine. The whole "program" was copied from old clocks (they were working then ) and uploaded to a new board. Turnover does not distort and everything works the most. If this helps someone, everything has been programmed after the OBD with the SMOK programmer
To Vontanten, cp was a problem for extinguished clocks and electricity? My car does not react to anything exactly as if your engine light comes on and the wipers are running ... Please answer what was the reason