• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About shinjuki

  • Rank
    New Club Member

Contact Methods

  • First Name

Profile Information

  • Lexus Model
  • Year of Lexus
  • UK/Ireland Location
  1. both the relays only had 4 pins so cant be those relays in the junction box. I did open up the junction box and reassemble it. It consist of thick metal connectors/joiners maybe a pin fell out? or something got loose? mmmm
  2. Hi John, When i removed the junction box there were only 2 relays? Both clicked and seemed fine. Do you know where the 3rd one is?
  3. Had a quick look now that i've charged the weak batteries my volts are all good on the modules. Also noticed i forgot to plug 1 set of wires in the fusebox relay inside the HV battery. Hence those errors. But i currently have a P0AE6 - 773 looks like its either the wiring or the dc invert-er inside the engine bay has died? Or is there an internal fuse inside it that i can check? looks like its screwed and glued on. attached is the new log Store DTC Printing(S821-05) (1).pdf
  4. Hi John, P0AC2 does look odd. I cant see why it would read -200amps? Unless something shorted? Looking at the codes P0AC2 it isn't a critical code? Judging by a prius manual as i have no access to a Lexus one. I am assuming its similar? I'll give the relays a play tomorrow. See how i go. Yes, i did notice that. Must be one of the new modules that i didnt balance as it was reading decent volts. Might pull battery out and charge this up. I have reset the codes multiple times but they always come back. I organised a tow in 3 days so if i don't figure it out, its off to my local mechanic that has the same car so he might be able to swap parts off his car to test.
  5. Hi John, P0157 is probably due to a new auxiliary battery without a temp sensor so that should be fine. P0AC2 is this the main HV battery or the Auxiliary battery? or could it be one of the battery modules battery connection that i may have not screwed on tight enough or too loose? P0ADC/POAE0 i am thinking its either the relay is gone/fuse block in the HV battery is dead hence why it is not giving the traction battery any power. I tested the fuse inside the fuse block in the HV battery it was good. But was unable to test the relays. I have checked the HV safey link fuse and triple checked the safely link orange connector is in the home position fully slid across to the other side.
  6. Hi SpeedyGee, Yes, it was brave of me. But i took a gamble as i picked up the car way under market price. Plus it was a simple job removing a few modules and charging the rest upto spec. Yes, locked the orange safety plug and the pushed it sideways to lock it in.
  7. Hi All, New to the Hybrid scene. Short story is i bought a hybrid car that wasnt starting to begin with. Previous owner said the car was in storage for over 6 months so the HV battery was reading less than 2v so the car wouldnt start. Anyways. I took on the Challenge and pulled the HV battery out and reconditioned them also replaced 3 modules as they weren't holding charge. Problem when i hooked it all up. I got a p0ae6 error. So i pulled the battery out and had a look at all the connectors and relays and reassembled it. Now i am getting P0AC2, P0ADC and P0AE0. Looking at these codes from a Prius manual hoping its the same it says the car should still be able to get into ready mode? but obviously it doesn't =( Attached is the logs/data i got from the Tech stream. Any help or suggestions is welcome Live DTC Printing(S821-02).pdf