My new 360 Modena

My new 360 Modena

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davidexige

316 posts

161 months

Wednesday
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First of all congratulations on the new car, with regard to the CEL you need software that can read both ignition/engine ECU’s, The code reader you’ve got is probably only looking at one of the ECU’s, I use EOBD-Facile along with an ELM 327 Wi-fi adaptor, this allows me to read and clear any fault codes that are stored on either ECU.

Minnsy14

63 posts

84 months

Wednesday
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Congrats on your purchase! The 360 seems to be getting a bit more love now people realise its probably the most affordable entry into the modern classic world of Ferrari.

I got a beautiful TDF manual spider last September and am thrilled with it!

Look forward to seeing some pics!

voicey

2,364 posts

142 months

Wednesday
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craig511 said:
Thbaks all,Got my first EML on, my code readers says there are no codes to read but check engine is defo lit.
As mentioned above, your code reader is only connecting to one ECU.

craig511

Original Poster:

105 posts

65 months

Wednesday
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I’m using a fox well code reader but nothing.

As above I’ve just bought the WiFi one and will download the software too , will be good to have in future anyway .

cgt2

1,612 posts

143 months

Wednesday
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Try turning off the battery switch in the front compartment, leave it for ten minutes, then on. Let the car idle for 5 minutes. That may cure it.

craig511

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105 posts

65 months

Wednesday
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Doing that right now.

Then at 5 I’ll follow the instructions as per the ecu settings above.

Also booked it in for its service early August at Ferarri Edinburgh and also just today installed a dashcam in it as i don’t drive anywhere without one.

cgt2

1,612 posts

143 months

Wednesday
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craig511 said:
Doing that right now.

Then at 5 I’ll follow the instructions as per the ecu settings above.

Also booked it in for its service early August at Ferarri Edinburgh and also just today installed a dashcam in it as i don’t drive anywhere without one.
Oh and my last 360 was also very sensitive to good quality fuel. If the car was trailered to you and sat stationary during lockdown it could have four month old fuel - perhaps a full tank of 99 octane may help too.

deeb0

228 posts

15 months

Wednesday
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craig511 said:
Doing that right now.

Then at 5 I’ll follow the instructions as per the ecu settings above.

Also booked it in for its service early August at Ferarri Edinburgh and also just today installed a dashcam in it as i don’t drive anywhere without one.
I recommend David Phillips Autos in Dalry , Ferrari and Porsche specialist, if you end up seeking an alternative to the main dealer.

Full disclosure: I drive a cheap Porsche but his place is always choc a bloc full of fantastic modern classic Ferraris and 911s. Great service too.

Roof down

222 posts

81 months

Wednesday
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voicey said:
As mentioned above, your code reader is only connecting to one ECU.
Hopefully you have some warranty, my 360 used to have a cel on now and again, it turned out to be a engine ecu that had become faulty, Ed Blasi at Voiceys sorted it for me. Keep an eye on it.
But great looking car, stay safe and enjoy. Mike

Mits

90 posts

173 months

Wednesday
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I had the original 360 exhaust box put back on as the cs/racing exhaust I had on had some loose baffles.

A combination of not running during lockdown and no ecu reset after the exhaust change may be the reason. I never had the light come on in six years while running the cs set up, so should hopefully be ok.