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Renault magena 2

posted Jun 09, 2016 18:01:55 by CyrusKiur
The car has no power no check engine light but wen i scan i get (DF 361 error code )have never seen search tpye of this code before which start with letter (d).secondly the car is flashing oil pressure light.can oil pressure low course the car to loss power?
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AndyMacFadyen said Jun 09, 2016 19:01:15
Anytime I have tried to connect to Renaults with OBD2/EOBD I have had a connection error.
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Dylan said Jun 10, 2016 19:42:27
This is common problem unfortunately 😡
Belgium, Europe
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alandk said Jun 13, 2016 11:53:57
Found this link:

http://obdii.pro/en/code/DF361

Definition of check engine code DF361:
Renault
Injection - Ignition coil control - cylinders 1 - 4
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AndyMacFadyen said Jun 13, 2016 13:53:31
Renault pencil style COPs are not exactly known for reliablility ---
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CyrusKiur said Jun 13, 2016 15:56:40
Oh thank u.the cop has 2 wires,one for power and the other for pcm control.wen cranking I get 12 to 13 volts on one wire but on the other wire can't see any pcm control using a test light.y?
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Dylan said Jun 18, 2016 11:23:52
Did you check for control at PCM?
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Dylan said Jun 18, 2016 11:29:49
Don't get me wrong Cyrus, test light can be very useful but since you have a scope now I would play around with it.
Anyway, did you check all of them?
Belgium, Europe
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CyrusKiur said Jun 18, 2016 11:39:05
I did using test light connected to battery negative and nothing at all.as we speak i cant use my oscope,its burn out within 2 day because it was supporting signal voltage below 40 volt and i testd ignation coil for over 60 volts.kindly am finding another and if u have sell it to me.
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Dylan said Jun 18, 2016 11:51:04
I did using test light connected to battery negative and nothing at all


Connected to battery negative to check PCM control?

i cant use my oscope,its burn out within 2 day because it was supporting signal voltage below 40 volt and i testd ignation coil for over 60 volts


Sorry to hear that. But these things happen. We all make mistakes, that's how we learn right? ;-)
Belgium, Europe
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