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Old 07-12-2018, 02:38 PM
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Default Verus Pro/D10 will not connect to Peugeot 307

Today I tried to diagnose some ABS and other issues on a 2005 Peugeot 307CC (1.6 Petrol) and our new (to us) Verus D10 simply refused to connect to the car.

I tried Auto-ID - Manual-ID (varying model year/checking engine code etc.)
I even tried Generic OBD - nothing connecting at all...

(I tried KOEOff and KOEOn too)

The Verus worked other cars I tried including a pre-OBD2 Peugeot 406 HDi

Our other scanners can read codes from this 307 but lack the specialist stuff that the Verus would offer >IF< it would just connect to the thing...

Anyone got any idea what might be wrong here???
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Old 07-16-2018, 09:39 AM
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Hi you would probably find that the car is too old to auto id,most probably manual id is the way to go,also i have found power down the verus and then re-boot,then use another scanner to check the engine code and manually input to the D10,try to connect to other modules to check for communication fault,use a obd break out box to see if the high speed low speed can lines are active.
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Old 07-16-2018, 04:22 PM
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Hi you would probably find that the car is too old to auto id,most probably manual id is the way to go,also i have found power down the verus and then re-boot,then use another scanner to check the engine code and manually input to the D10,try to connect to other modules to check for communication fault,use a obd break out box to see if the high speed low speed can lines are active.
I tried many times to Manual ID - confirmed specific engine code and tried either-side model years (the car is from a facelift/changeover year) - no success whatsoever...

Being a Peugeot it will likely be using KWP Fast (ISO 14230-4) - CAN doesn't appear on these for diag until much later.

The weird thing is, the Verus read an older (pre OBD2 required) 406 - a car I've had a LOT of trouble reading using other scanners because it's still using VANBUS!
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By way of an update

I borrowed a Modus Edge today, which connected-to and read the 307CC just fine - even read the roof module which even Peugeot's own software struggled with!!

I'd really love to know why it can read the car and the Verus couldn't but - hey ho - the Modus wouldn't read the 406 because - well - because diagnostics is a game of 'how many devices can you own' isn't it?
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Well done,the other option you could try is to contact customer support and let them look at the verus remotely,just a thought,
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Hi you would probably find that the car is too old to auto id,most probably manual id is the way to go,also i have found power down the verus and then re-boot,then use another scanner to check the engine code and manually input to the D10,try to connect to other modules to check for communication fault,use a obd break out box to see if the high speed low speed can lines are active.
May I ask why you would need to use another scanner to check engine code as Peugeot and Citroen both have that in the chassis number ( 5,6, & 7 th digits ) which you just read using your eyes
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By way of an update

I borrowed a Modus Edge today, which connected-to and read the 307CC just fine - even read the roof module which even Peugeot's own software struggled with!!

I'd really love to know why it can read the car and the Verus couldn't but - hey ho - the Modus wouldn't read the 406 because - well - because diagnostics is a game of 'how many devices can you own' isn't it?

I am curious, what is Peugeots dealer/factory software called? and what is your opinion of it?
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