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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby ned » Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:02 pm

Had it on forscan and just keep getting the same 2 codes above :?

P1211 and P0251 :(

After doing the leak back test I did remove the oil filler cap and there was a bit of fumage puffing out, wonder if the injectors need nipping up abit.
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby loot » Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:29 pm

https://youtu.be/G8fQUsP9FmM

:shock:

Must have been a female van :lol: :lol:
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby ned » Sun Aug 11, 2019 8:53 pm

Well, well, well, that is rather interesting, you see when I did the test the amount of air and bubbles that was coming through the clear return pipes was a bit alarming, so now I'm thinking after 5 years you Mr Loot Sir might have just found the reason the previous owner and myself haven't been able to fix this fault 8) so I'm thinking next time I get a few days off I'll,

1, new fuel filter (it's due one)
2, trace the fuel lines back, checking for air leaks
3, drop the tank and check all connections (the tank did cross my mind a few times)

I was pleasantly surprised that all the injectors are vertually the same.
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby loot » Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:55 pm

I stumbled upon that video really as i typed in the p1211 and it showed both and the fixed :lol: action Took.
0.0068ms
:mrgreen:

Might help might not, why not rig up a 5gal tank externally and see if it works?
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby ned » Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:05 pm

5 gallon tank you say, fix it roadkill style, if you haven't seen roadkill they basically cable tie a fuel can to the front of the vehicle their getting running 8)

Wonder if I could rig something up in the cab with fuel lines going out the window to the filter some how, you see it needs to be driven hard to test if it works or not :? The bugger idles fine, I'll order some fuel lines and a big Jerry can, worth a try.

Both codes are imv related and tp which I assume is throttle pedal.

Be an interesting test and hopefully find the cure :D
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby ned » Sat Feb 08, 2020 4:57 pm

Got my lazy arse in gear and did a bit more mounting the gauges,
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Taped in place temporary till I go buy a new dash part then I'll glass it all in :D
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby Scooby doo » Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:25 pm

As mr o’riley once said, lick of paint and be good as new..
Does you need all them gauges Ned? My van usually tells me with thumps and bangs instead of gauges pmsl
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby ned » Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:58 pm

Is then orally men, is you orally men :lol: :lol: :lol:

I gave up listening to the bangs, clunks, rattles :lol:

I don't need the gauge as such but like to know what's running at what :P left to right - volts - water temp - oil temp - oil pressure - boost :D
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby Scooby doo » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:26 pm

ned wrote:Is then orally men, is you orally men :lol: :lol: :lol:

I gave up listening to the bangs, clunks, rattles :lol:

I don't need the gauge as such but like to know what's running at what :P left to right - volts - water temp - oil temp - oil pressure - boost :D

Boost.....
Bet that spools up quick and then says hang on for the boost dump lol
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby bambi mk 1 » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:32 pm

ned wrote:Got my lazy arse in gear and did a bit more mounting the gauges,
IMG_20200208_131023.jpg

IMG_20200208_154603.jpg

Taped in place temporary till I go buy a new dash part then I'll glass it all in :D

Wonderful bit of arsetricity Ned :mrgreen: Dont waste your money on the patent though :P
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby Altransit » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:38 pm

Isn't there a limp-home gauge :?: :? :P
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Re: nedforceone in progress

Postby Scooby doo » Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:41 pm

Altransit wrote:Isn't there a limp-home gauge :?: :? :P

Thought that was factory fitted pmsl
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