N323 - Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Injector Wiring Under Tension

Thursday, December 3, 2020
by Oliveston Ltd

Dear Colleagues

A potential concern has been identified on specific vehicles within the above Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) range.

Tension in the wiring harness for the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) injector could cause the wiring to break at the DEF injector connector. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P2047-13 could be set in the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) as a result.

 

Action to be taken

Unsold vehicles must be repaired prior to handover of the vehicle for retail sale.

At the next opportunity, you are requested to repair the vehicle.

 
 
 
WORKSHOP PROCEDURE

noteNOTE: Some variation in the illustrations may occur, but the essential information is always correct.

 

1. Disconnect the vehicle startup battery (see TOPIx Workshop Manual section: 414-01 - Battery - Mounting and Cables - Specification).

 

2. Raise and support the vehicle (see TOPIx Workshop Manual section: 100-02 - Jacking and Lifting - Description and Operation - Lifting).

 

3. Disconnect the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) injector connector.

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4. Remove and discard the DEF injector wiring harness aluminum tape and protection sleeve.

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5. Modify the DEF injector wiring harness using pre terminated leads (see TOPIx Workshop Manual section: 418-02 - Description and Operation - Wiring Harness).

  • Make sure the length of the DEF injector wiring harness from the main wiring harness is increased to 120 mm.
  • Install locally sourced aluminum tape (with an operating temperature of -40° Celsius - 160° Celsius) to the DEF injector wiring harness after completion of the wiring harness repair.

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6. Connect the DEF injector wiring harness to the DEF injector.

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7. Lower the vehicle (see TOPIx Workshop Manual section: 100-02 - Jacking and Lifting - Description and Operation - Lifting).

 

8. Reconnect the vehicle startup battery, (see TOPIx Workshop Manual section: 414-01 - Battery, Mounting and Cables - Specification).

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE
 

1. cautionCAUTION: This procedure requires a minimum of SDD 156.02 and Software Management Pack 313 loaded or later.

noteNOTE: The Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) approved diagnostic equipment will read the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) for the vehicle and automatically take the vehicle out of ‘Transportation mode’ if required.

Connect the JLR approved battery support unit.

 

2. Connect the JLR approved diagnostic equipment to the vehicle and begin a new diagnostic session.

 

3. Follow the JLR approved diagnostic equipment prompts.

 

4. Cycle the ignition 3 times.

 

5. Using the JLR approved diagnostic equipment read the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs).

 

6. Using the JLR approved diagnostic equipment clear the DTC's.

 

7. Follow all on-screen instructions to complete this task.

 

8. When all of the tasks are complete, exit the current session.

 

9. Disconnect the JLR approved diagnostic equipment and the JLR approved battery support unit.

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