2009 Smart ForTwo Coupe (451.331) L3-1.0L (132.910) NO SPARK

Shane Owner/Technician Fort Worth, Texas Posted   Latest   Edited  
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2009 Smart Fortwo Passion 1.0L (132.910) 5-spd (717.482)—WMEEJ31X39K213799
Crank / No Start

Need some help please!!! 2009 Smart ForTwo Coupe (451.331) L3-1.0L (132.910). (WMEEJ31X39K213799) Auction car. Vehicle came to shop not running. Installed battery, Engine would Crank No Start. Had No Injection Pulse or Coil Signal. Installed Crank Shaft Position Sensor. Then we got Injection Pulse. We did have a RPM Signal of about 475 RPM's when cranking, But No Coil Signal to Coils. We made the Choice to install New ME and program. (BlueLink SCN Coded/Programmed)(Engine Control Unit) They Synchronized ME to the Front SAM's Unit(Fuse Box) All Programming went well. There are NO FAULT Codes. But still have NO Coil Signal to any of the Coils. ME does recognize the Key. Not Sure What to do next!!! Would anyone have an Idea, I need help. 

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Curtis Mechanic
Lakeland, Florida
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Just a suggestion Did u ohm out the signal wire incase its chewed from varmints or broken

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Shane Owner/Technician
Fort Worth, Texas
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NO, But will. Thank You

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Nicholas Diagnostician
Brooklyn, New York
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If you checked all the powers and ground circuits to the coils and they are good, and just the control signal is missing. You would have to think the computer is not seeing something. Did you check the CAM signal?

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Johnny Owner/Technician
Kissimmee, Florida
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Hi did you check the grown wires for the coil on the rear bumper in think is on the left side .

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Zachary Mobile Technician
Austin, Texas
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Shane, I couldn't find any solid information in Identifix regarding the description & operation for this vehicle's engine controls. That said, I agree with Nicholas. The ECM seems to be missing a critical input and checking the cam sensor signal at the module would be a logical next step (I'm assuming coil power feed & ground have already been verified & your just missing the…

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Johnny Owner/Technician
Kissimmee, Florida
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on the ME module pin 72 wire color vio/white this wire send a ground signal to the main relay if the main relay is working the problem is a open wire on the fuse 10 15 amp this fuse feed current to wire color red/gry on the c5 conector which connect to a lop of wires are red/gry that goes to the coil wire number 3 hope this help sorry for my spelling and grammar .

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Shane Owner/Technician
Fort Worth, Texas
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Thank You Johnny, I will check this Morning.

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