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    Nanocom volt display.

    Have a "charging system fault" in my D4 and hope that someone can give my the direction to finding the volt display on the nanocom evolution.

    Not at home and are slowly and embarrassingly making my way home.. no multimeter.
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    INSTRUMENTS , it's the second reading on the first page
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    Quote Originally Posted by sierrafery View Post
    INSTRUMENTS , it's the second reading on the first page
    Thanks..

    Unfortunately not!

    It's the first place I went, thinking logically and it was just oil and coolant temp plus a bunch of turbo actuator or EGR open percentages and other not important at the time stuff. Also don't know/can't figure out if there is a way to configure what I see.

    I have been told there is a way to use it to monitor things whilst driving without having to spent thirty minute navigating the menus, but can't work that out either.
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    You should have said it's petrol engine cos without mantioning that my presumption was it's diesel hence my reply, it seems that you can't read battery voltage on petrol D4
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    Quote Originally Posted by sierrafery View Post
    You should have said it's petrol engine cos without mantioning that my presumption was it's diesel hence my reply, it seems that you can't read battery voltage on petrol D4
    You can't read it on the diesel either. Our D4 is the SDV6, not a listing in sight for a voltage reading.

    But I should have mentioned that yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Konradical View Post
    You can't read it on the diesel either. Our D4 is the SDV6, not a listing in sight for a voltage reading.

    But I should have mentioned that yes.
    The GAP tool puts it on the Dash display Nanocom volt display.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    The GAP tool puts it on the Dash display Nanocom volt display.
    After this incident and me still not being able to get my head around the nanocom, I'm very sure that when funds allow, Il be heading down that path.

    To be honest, voltage display is pretty up there with information needed. Not sure why EGR open percentages is more important (with the understanding it has its diagnostics advantages)..
    '15 Discovery 4 HSE- New family bus and the kids like it!
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