Xoutpost.com

Xoutpost.com (https://xoutpost.com/forums.php)
-   X5 (E53) Forum (https://xoutpost.com/bmw-sav-forums/x5-e53-forum/)
-   -   5HP24 no 1-2-3 no change after valve body replaced (https://xoutpost.com/bmw-sav-forums/x5-e53-forum/111630-5hp24-no-1-2-3-no-change-after-valve-body-replaced.html)

aureliusmax 03-08-2020 11:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andrewwynn (Post 1179227)
DME is paired. I don't recall the TCU needing coding but somebody hopefully will follow up. .

The damage you show is in inline with what I was prepared to see based on your errors. Can you see where there damaged trace/s go to put a jumper around them?

Nope. The damage is on the traces on the centre layer of PCB. after cleaning up the surface, I could see where the 'smoke' came out of it. Theres no point of attempting a repair because if one of the transistors shorted out, this break in the traces caused by over current protected the wiring/circuits further up the chain and would just open again. Very well could have been caused by a malfunctioning solenoid in the existing valve body, or just wear and tear over time.

andrewwynn 03-08-2020 11:43 PM

I hate when the magic smoke comes out of something. Yeah repair of inner layer traces is next level. Keep us updated it will be very helpful to know if programming the module is required.

aureliusmax 03-09-2020 12:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andrewwynn (Post 1179241)
I hate when the magic smoke comes out of something. Yeah repair of inner layer traces is next level. Keep us updated it will be very helpful to know if programming the module is required.

I matched the first two serial numbers
0 260 002 812
7 512 653
on the bosch sticker to an item on ebay with a 6 month warranty. The price of $26.99 can't be beat.
Hopefully can test it out next weekend. I will be able to program it with ISTA-P if required.

wpoll 03-09-2020 12:41 AM

And see if you can figure out WHY the smoke leaked out. If there's a fault in the loom etc. then you'll fry the new EGS module when you fire it up, you could end up with a matching pair of dead EGS modules. :(

andrewwynn 03-09-2020 12:42 AM

Looked like water ingress. I thought I saw copper corrosion


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

wpoll 03-09-2020 12:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andrewwynn (Post 1179244)
Looked like water ingress. I thought I saw copper corrosion


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro

Verdigris - yep. :thumbup:

Just so long as that is all it was. I suppose if it gets bad enough, verdigris can cause quite large fault currents... hence the smoke...

aureliusmax 03-09-2020 12:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wpoll (Post 1179243)
And see if you can figure out WHY the smoke leaked out. If there's a fault in the loom etc. then you'll fry the new EGS module when you fire it up, you could end up with a matching pair of dead EGS modules. :(

Not a chance. If you carefully read my posts you would have seen the data that shows there's no faults where you're looking.

andrewwynn - there's no corrosion you're seeing. after cleaning that off, i could see the split in the PCB where the 'smoke' left that scale. There's no sign at all of water ingress on that module.

upallnight 03-09-2020 06:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andrewwynn (Post 1179238)
https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/202...fafd310097.jpg

I used the generic term because I speak English. I often call the DME the ECU also.

I think that there will be less confusion if the term used by BMW is used in the reply.

andrewwynn 03-09-2020 11:16 AM

Is the blown trace in pin 21? You said it had no power and seems to run everything. Maybe a short on the old valve body sucked out the smoke.

upallnight 03-09-2020 02:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andrewwynn (Post 1179238)
https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/202...fafd310097.jpg

I used the generic term because I speak English. I often call the DME the ECU also.

TCU in "BMW language" means the Telematic Control Unit. The Telematic Control Unit is completely different from the Electronic Gear Shift (EGS) module
in a BMW.

https://www.youcanic.com/wiki/bmw-tc...c-control-unit


All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:56 AM.

vBulletin, Copyright 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
SEO by vBSEO 3.6.0
2017 Xoutpost.com. All rights reserved.