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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby jumbo 57 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 3:20 pm

I'm making a brew first before I write my technical report, you may wish to do the same, I'll be 10 minutes. :)
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby jumbo 57 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 3:29 pm

It works if you connect the big beefy battery cable,
that I'd oh so foolishly tucked out of sight at the start of the job and that I couldn't see hiding up in the darkness tween the cross member and chassis rail, happy to take autographs now chaps, my crayons are at the ready!! :oops:

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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby Brains_transit » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:43 pm

I never seen to have those issues :lol:
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby ned » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:49 pm

So is Inverness in fear tonight, breaking news a transit is bombing around Inverness with a grinning driver behind the wheel :lol: :lol: N
03 transit 125t280 2.0 tdci swb executive collage blue 92 crewcab. Built in Belgium so deserves lots of love. 207,000 miles on the clock.

Instructions for use. fill with fuel. start engine. drive like a t#@t.
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby jumbo 57 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:59 pm

Well really, this won't do at all :!: :?:

I insist on being called Dumbo, stoopid, dildo, anything really,
Apart from Sue :roll:
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby ned » Thu Dec 07, 2017 7:05 pm

Surely you cant be serious, I am serious and don't call me Shirley :lol: N
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Instructions for use. fill with fuel. start engine. drive like a t#@t.
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby jumbo 57 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 7:12 pm

Thank you to Knobby and Chris


So, may I extend my eternal gratitude to this really great forum, and especially to the kind gents above that prodded me in the correct direction regarding this issue. :)

I really really though it was number 5 injector that was playing up, coupled with the never found 6th gear that the knob suggests is there, i'm sure i'll find it one day. :P

It is once again running beautifully, just the worn starter and prop hanger bearing to do asap, that episode will be coming soon, @ a forum near you. :wink:

Right, I'm off to down the last of the Glenwotsitsface. :D
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby chris72a » Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:22 pm

jumbo 57 wrote:Thank you to Knobby and Chris


So, may I extend my eternal gratitude to this really great forum, and especially to the kind gents above that prodded me in the correct direction regarding this issue. :)

I really really though it was number 5 injector that was playing up, coupled with the never found 6th gear that the knob suggests is there, i'm sure i'll find it one day. :P

It is once again running beautifully, just the worn starter and prop hanger bearing to do asap, that episode will be coming soon, @ a forum near you. :wink:

Right, I'm off to down the last of the Glenwotsitsface. :D



Congrats Jumbo it is a great sense of relief once the job is done and it actually fixed the issue, This forum has helped me many times I'm by no means an expert but always try to give back if I can. Knobby is one of those true gentleman and much more savvy than me, glad he only lives an hour or so away from me :-)

Cheers
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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby knobby1 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:46 pm

chris72a wrote:Congrats Jumbo it is a great sense of relief once the job is done and it actually fixed the issue, This forum has helped me many times I'm by no means an expert but always try to give back if I can. Knobby is one of those true gentleman and much more savvy than me, glad he only lives an hour or so away from me :-) Cheers Chris.


Pppfffttt...Me..?? A true gentleman..?? :oops: :oops: Surely you jest..! Like Chris, I have gained much help from here and will always try to give back as best I can....

I will always put crap on most of you too...in a friendly way of course..! :wink: :mrgreen:

Congrats to our Jumbo 57 for finally getting his Jumbo to spring back into life...I did indeed enjoy the "wordsmithing" banter you have supplied us with.. :wink: Well done Sir :mrgreen:

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Re: Sudden power loss, very Diesel knocky!!!

Postby jumbo 57 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 8:21 pm

UPDATE.

So nice to be able to overtake Jean in her disabilty buggy once again. :D
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