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EAS Issue

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Theroadlesstravelled, Dec 21, 2014.

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  1. Theroadlesstravelled

    Theroadlesstravelled Member

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    Any clues my EAS system does not disable with any door or tailgate open I am sure it should TIA
     
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    You are right,it should.Does the interior light come on when you open the doors?
     
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    wammers STILL BREATHING. Donater

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    BECM issue i would think it is that which inhibits EAS operation with doors ajar.
     
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    Are you sure it's not disabled with the doors open?


    As above, plus it could be the link wiring from BECM to the EAS ECU or a corroded connector at either end.
     
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    Thanks for the input people. Yes the EAS is not disabled with any doors open ? The other clue that may help is interior lights will sometimes not turn off also even with the lights disabled on the dash ie interior lights off ! Any more ideas please ? Before i dismantle the BECM
     
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    As said before, door lock mechanism/ microswitch, or wet carpets.
     
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    Thanks I will check the all the advice given. Am I correct in thinking that the top board of BECM is responsible for the EAS system ?
     
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    The eas ecu is under the passenger seat but will get the door signals from becm
     
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    No. EAS ECU is under passenger seat.
     
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    Forget the EAS ECU, it's just responding to a signal from the BECM.
    Just start by checking for wet carpet in the drivers footwell, then go on to check the door micros witches.
     
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    Update: replaced micro switch in drivers door and appears to have solved the problem thanks for the valuable advice
     
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    Hi the road, cpuld you let us know where you got the microswitches from and a ball park price please?
     
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    They are not supplied separately, you will have to find a drivers door lock with the motors burnt out, there should be plenty about
     
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