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FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
11-07-2012, 01:46 PM
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FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
DF185 - Circuit / internal supply solenoid valve servo brake

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- present
SOMEONE KNOWS HOW TO REPAIR DAMAGE OR HAS THIS SCHEME WITH VALUES
URGENT PLEASE HELPE-ME TANK YOU whew
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11-08-2012, 08:18 AM (This post was last modified: 11-08-2012 08:36 AM by kos9979.)
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RE: FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
THIS IS FOR VDIAG 08 & 0C
check the car if has System equipped with Electric Brake Assist Emergency
check parameter screen PR041 and tell which is A0,B0,D0,E0 E1
if yes is A0,B0
Check the condition and correct connection of the servo plug.
Check the connection and condition of computer connector and 6 contacts to the servo.
Check to ensure electrical continuity at the following links:
- Connector 4 servofrenouepafi contact 17Fis computer
- Connector 3 servofrenouepafi contact 31Fis computer
Ensure also the insulation between these connections.
Visually check the wiring of the brake booster.
Check the resistance of servofrenouR = 2 Z. If the resistance is not correct, replace the servo.
Ensure that no voltage + 12 V after mains switch on the brake booster between the contact 4 and body.
If the voltage is incorrect, contact the Technical Support Department (Techline).
If all checks are OK, reconnect the computer and the servo and then turn off the faults of computer memory.
Replace the SERVO if the fault reappears.
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 Thanks given by: auto421 , maxcombor
11-08-2012, 09:21 AM
Post: #3
RE: FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
(11-08-2012 08:18 AM)kos9979 Wrote:  THIS IS FOR VDIAG 08 & 0C
check the car if has System equipped with Electric Brake Assist Emergency
check parameter screen PR041 and tell which is A0,B0,D0,E0 E1
if yes is A0,B0
Check the condition and correct connection of the servo plug.
Check the connection and condition of computer connector and 6 contacts to the servo.
Check to ensure electrical continuity at the following links:
- Connector 4 servofrenouepafi contact 17Fis computer
- Connector 3 servofrenouepafi contact 31Fis computer
Ensure also the insulation between these connections.
Visually check the wiring of the brake booster.
Check the resistance of servofrenouR = 2 Z. If the resistance is not correct, replace the servo.
Ensure that no voltage + 12 V after mains switch on the brake booster between the contact 4 and body.
If the voltage is incorrect, contact the Technical Support Department (Techline).
If all checks are OK, reconnect the computer and the servo and then turn off the faults of computer memory.
Replace the SERVO if the fault reappears.

thanks for the reply, I already did these diagnoses line 4 does not have 12volts not mark anything, I wanted Saer 12volts output if the ecu or abs sensor servant. tank you regards
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11-08-2012, 09:42 AM
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RE: FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
(11-08-2012 09:21 AM)auto421 Wrote:  
(11-08-2012 08:18 AM)kos9979 Wrote:  THIS IS FOR VDIAG 08 & 0C
check the car if has System equipped with Electric Brake Assist Emergency
check parameter screen PR041 and tell which is A0,B0,D0,E0 E1
if yes is A0,B0
Check the condition and correct connection of the servo plug.
Check the connection and condition of computer connector and 6 contacts to the servo.
Check to ensure electrical continuity at the following links:
- Connector 4 servofrenouepafi contact 17Fis computer
- Connector 3 servofrenouepafi contact 31Fis computer
Ensure also the insulation between these connections.
Visually check the wiring of the brake booster.
Check the resistance of servofrenouR = 2 Z. If the resistance is not correct, replace the servo.
Ensure that no voltage + 12 V after mains switch on the brake booster between the contact 4 and body.
If the voltage is incorrect, contact the Technical Support Department (Techline).
If all checks are OK, reconnect the computer and the servo and then turn off the faults of computer memory.
Replace the SERVO if the fault reappears.

thanks for the reply, I already did these diagnoses line 4 does not have 12volts not mark anything, I wanted Saer 12volts output if the ecu or abs sensor servant. tank you regards
i dont understant you the problem is the abs/esp ecu replace it
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09-20-2016, 01:38 PM
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RE: FAULT ABS RENAULT LAGUNA 2
And cant be repared?

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