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Re: citroen c5 x7 2008

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GiveMeABreak wrote: 18 Apr 2024, 18:00 Sounds like it has been overheating and has continued to be used, so has done more damage.
That's the only explanation that I see, so do you know where I can get a motor only?
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Re: citroen c5 x7 2008

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No, as the BHI is an integrated system, so the pump is not sold separately or generally available on its own. The BHI is also configured for the vehicle specifics that it will be used on. Best to locate a BHI that matches your part number for compatibility.
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 18 Apr 2024, 20:43 No, as the BHI is an integrated system, so the pump is not sold separately or generally available on its own. The BHI is also configured for the vehicle specifics that it will be used on. Best to locate a BHI that matches your part number for compatibility.
ok thank you, I'm just looking for second hand one, maybe I will be able to find one, I hear if I change the motor only I don't need recoding
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It won't need configuring if you have an exact matching BHI from an identical vehicle with the same engine and body shape, but it's these 2 areas that specifically need configuring - engine code and body shape (Saloon / Tourer)
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 19 Apr 2024, 11:44 It won't need configuring if you have an exact matching BHI from an identical vehicle with the same engine and body shape, but it's these 2 areas that specifically need configuring - engine code and body shape (Saloon / Tourer)
Or could Sergiu get around this & possibly save time/money simply buying the cheapest (working) local BHI & using the motor from that? That'd be my go-to in a case of short supply of identical parts, presuming motors are the same between all BHI's?
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Re: citroen c5 x7 2008

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GiveMeABreak wrote: 19 Apr 2024, 11:44 It won't need configuring if you have an exact matching BHI from an identical vehicle with the same engine and body shape, but it's these 2 areas that specifically need configuring - engine code and body shape (Saloon / Tourer)
I find the electric motor only, I put it and works, but during all the manipulations that I make In last few months something else went wrong. Now my car doesn't lock and unlock from the key when I press. Do you know which fuse can cause the problem? Am I able to fix this with Lexia? Thank you
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As I don't know what 'manipulations' you've done, I can't really advise you, but failure of the key fob to lock the vehicle can be down to misconfiguration of the BSI, a new key fob has been coded to the vehicle without including the existing fobs, so they are 'locked out' of the BSI, the microswitches have failed (unlikely if both fobs have failed at the same time though), or someone has changed the locking type from the BSI for example.
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GiveMeABreak wrote: 08 May 2024, 00:48 As I don't know what 'manipulations' you've done, I can't really advise you, but failure of the key fob to lock the vehicle can be down to misconfiguration of the BSI, a new key fob has been coded to the vehicle without including the existing fobs, so they are 'locked out' of the BSI, the microswitches have failed (unlikely if both fobs have failed at the same time though), or someone has changed the locking type from the BSI for example.
I have only one fob, only locking the vehicle is not working, but I can start the car and everything, I even recoded my key again, and still does not want to lock and unlock the car. I try the trick with turning the ignition on while I'm presing the lock or unlock button, no sound has been made. Is there any fuse that is responsible for that? Thank you
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Sergiu wrote: 10 May 2024, 20:10I have only one fob, only locking the vehicle is not working...
Does that mean that you can unlock using the fob?
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Paul-R wrote: 10 May 2024, 20:26
Sergiu wrote: 10 May 2024, 20:10I have only one fob, only locking the vehicle is not working...
Does that mean that you can unlock using the fob?
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So unlocking doesn't work either you're saying? The fob isn't working either way?
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Paul-R wrote: 11 May 2024, 19:26 So unlocking doesn't work either you're saying? The fob isn't working either way?
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Re: citroen c5 x7 2008

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GiveMeABreak wrote: 08 May 2024, 00:48 As I don't know what 'manipulations' you've done, I can't really advise you, but failure of the key fob to lock the vehicle can be down to misconfiguration of the BSI, a new key fob has been coded to the vehicle without including the existing fobs, so they are 'locked out' of the BSI, the microswitches have failed (unlikely if both fobs have failed at the same time though), or someone has changed the locking type from the BSI for example.
Hello Man, do you have any other ideas about my problem with the remote key? I check all fuses and everything is good, car starts wich means it's comunicating with the car, but doesn't lock and unlock
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Re: citroen c5 x7 2008

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Ok, so are these the ORIGINAL fobs or have you had these replaced with aftermarket fobs?
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