If the pump is running you could take the line off the reservoir and check it's producing meaningful pressure by covering the line with your thumb. Be warned though that the reservoir may indeed be at pressure but the valve block is failing to direct it where needed so proceed with caution. Eas unlock and a diagnostic cable are must owns if you are to leave it as God intended with the EAS intact.
From the above we can start to figure further probable candidates for fault and go from there. Leak being easiest to repair, valve block and driver being harder.
Has anyone experienced a long term trim reading of -100% (less fuel) i.e. over fuelling. ECU was reset and it always comes back to this.
Short term readings fluctuate ok, lamba probes are new ntk/ngk not cheap ones - MAF is new (lucas overhauled NOS), injectors are overhauled, fuel regulator...
First off thanks for the amazing site with great info! I have learned quite a bit before pulling the trigger on this impulse Craigslist purchase yesterday. It was a beautiful weekend in Austin, TX last weekend and we not doing anything so I rounded up the kids, hopped into the car and drove 2...
Would someone please advise if they know of any company who offer a rebuild/exchange service upon the above ECU.
A quick 'Google' search reveals a U.S co. who offer it @ $260 (presumably exchange) however they did not respond to two polite emails and when I telephoned they said they...
My 3.9efi is due an oil change. Genuine filter and 20w50 (it's done 130k miles) ready to replace. Other than doing the sump and filter separately, do any other owners have oil changing rituals? Hot/cold, engine flush, etc. etc.?
Have n efi engine 4.2 in the rrc. Can someone tell me if the fuelpump normally keeps running while driving on lpg ?
Car didn,t wont to start so made an extra ground from te fuelpump relais white/purple wire coming from ecu.
Paul van Lieshout