- Volvo penta D3 110 I-D
Re: Volvo penta D3 110 I-D
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Thank so much for your help. It was the emergency switch which was not closed. So no full power for the pcu. But still some power like 10,2 Volt from other components
Nothing is in the wiring chart from Volvo penta
CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...
> schrieb am Di., 6. Apr. 2021, 10:10:
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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