Finally tried to check for all the fuses present below the steering, and also disconnected and reconnected the fuse and relays present on the right side of the battery.
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Hello friends, need advice:
So, this Sunday afternoon I installed my 70MAI A500S Pro Plus Dual Dash cam. It is not hardwired, but just using the provided 12V adapter and original cables from 70MAI while fitting the dash cam.
Incidentally, I left the car in Accessory mode while fitting the camera. It would have taken me about half an hour or so, for the entire process. The dash cam is working well, I have even configured the ADAS function now, and it works as intended.
The problem came when I tried to restart the car after installation. The car cranks, but does not start:
- I tried both the keys, tried to wait for short and long duration in order to crank up the engine, but that also didn’t help.
- Even tried to connect the battery with another car and crank, but still nothing.
- The battery voltage was showing between 12-12.3V through OBD2 Port connected to my Android mobile, via Bluetooth.
- Finally tried to check for all the fuses present below the steering, and also disconnected and reconnected the fuse and relays present on the right side of the battery.
After all of this, finally the car started. Now the MID is showing 2 errors, “Restricted Performance” and “Engine System Fault”. Also, the “Check Engine Light” has come on:
Since after all this, the car is running fine. Tried driving up to 90Km/Hr also, but no restriction in performance was noticed. I tried to go and get the car checked for any ERROR, which needs to be cleared, but the local car electricians were not available on Sunday to check that. After that I nicely did a round trip to Kullu and came back, without any problems. Even had a chance to engage 4×4, which is working as expected.
Yesterday, BHPian anuragisaacrout and I tried to remove the positive terminal of the car battery to reset the CEL, but we were unable to do it on our own. The car is running without any problems, but these errors are not stopping.
Need advice from Tata Aria experts, as to what should be my next course of action. Should I just get the code cleared by a local electrician, or should I investigate the matter further and get it rectified? Awaiting some suitable responses to proceed.
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