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Old 7th May 2011
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Default Wiring diagram 2003 9-5 Aero ASAP Please!

Currently outside working on my car, it hasn't started for a month. Anyone have a diagram of the wiring of the car? It is acting as if it cannot connect to the ECU, the car does start occasionally for just a second then dies. This leads me to believe there is a bad connection or something.

Please help me find a wiring diagram, I can't find one!
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ECU is the last thing i would look at for that kind of problem
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So where would you suggest looking?
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hi there i no this was posted a while ago but did you get to the bottom of this problem as i am experiencing the very same problem
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Hi Bob,
If you are experiencing this same problem it sounds like the throttle body has gone into limp home mode. I would try to reset it and see if that makes a difference. I would also look for cracked hoses and vacuum leaks which could have made it go into limp home in the first place.
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The problem im experencing is it ran ok parked it up and now it wont start. It will turn over and only start and run for a second when i reset fuse 17. I have changed mains relay,di,cps,had ecu checked,and all earths. Ive done the usual voltage checks and everything seems fine. Starting to really confuse me
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The problem im experencing is it ran ok parked it up and now it wont start. It will turn over and only start and run for a second when i reset fuse 17. I have changed mains relay,di,cps,had ecu checked,and all earths. Ive done the usual voltage checks and everything seems fine. Starting to really confuse me
have you checked to see if your getting fuel at the fuel rail? theres a schrader valve that u can push in and see if its pressurized or just dribbles out....can you hear the fuel pump come on when you try to start the car?
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