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post #1 of 5 Old 01-11-2017, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Exclamation My maserati dont have gears after replaced F1 SYSTEM

Hello everyone, before my post this page is awesome !!!.
Recently i have well my dream car a spyder cambiocorsa, i purchased the car with
a "little" problem, f1 pump and relay dead, ok with the guidance of this forum i did myself all the job, fine i have new pump and new relay, i bleed the system and everything with proper instructions now the car starts but i dont have gears at all!!!, ok heres the thing, if i hold the paddles up or down appears light for cambiocarsa fail, pump works fine, anyone that can help me pleasee?
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I think your gonna need a scan tool capable of reading the gearbox fault codes to get a better idea what is going on...If you purchased the car dead it`s gonna be pretty hard to see what else is going without them..good luck...Jason

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post #3 of 5 Old 01-11-2017, 11:42 PM
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I would follow what ^^^^^^^^this guy said.

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Yes exactly as jason said, you must have a proper diagnostics tool to see what's going on and to reinitialized the F1 computer (self-learning)
That means ether a factory tool or a Leonardo, both are very expensive.

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Yep, as they said. I thought it was possible to replace the pump motor without cracking the system though. Shame if you missed that :(

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