- Volvo penta D3 110 I-D
Re: Volvo penta D3 110 I-D
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The D-3 start cycle is commanded by the Volvo Computer. It is very likely that you need a Volvo mechanic with Volvo diagnostic software loaded on his laptop to plug into the computer.
You can get some D3 Fault Codes by following this (Snippet from a page from my Amel Book) and using this file from my Yacht School Amel Book Supplements:
Snippet from my book:
On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 9:24 PM Mark Erdos <mcerdos@...
I am not very familiar with Volvo but Yanmar have a fuse in the
panel. Is the starter getting getting voltage when the key is turned to crank?
- Cream Puff - SM2K - #275
cruising - Tahiti, French Polynesia
Thanks for the response.
Hope you and your wife are well in Tahiti.
The engine doesn't crank.
I turn the key to position 1.
The leds flashing around and the ventilator starts.
When all LEDs are out I turn the key to position 3 and
nothing is happen. The ventilator stopps too.
Mark Erdos <mcerdos@...>
schrieb am Mo., 5. Apr. 2021, 15:54:
When you say it doesn’t start, can you
be more specific. It doesn’t crank or it cranks and will not fire?
With best regards,
Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K -
Currently cruising - Tahiti, French
Hello, looking for
some troubleshooting tips for my Volvo penta on my 55#13
After replacing the
starter battery the engine doesn't start. May be my last try to start the
engine with the old starter battery was damaging the pcu. I measure at pin B32
only 10.5 Volt. All the relays and fuses are ok.
In the engine room I
find a box 12 and 24 Volt with Murphy Relais. I think this is for the two
Any help is very much
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