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Diesel pump feeding the injecters rail how too pressure rise it

I need too know how too raise the pressure on the deisel pump feeding the injecters rail it is a 2006 kia sorento manual deisel

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SOURCE: 2006 Kia Sorento Brake Lights not working

Apparently this is a recall matter and will be fixed at no charge. KIA Consumer Assistance Center 1-800-333-4542. Recall notices were to go out in May/June 2009.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: diesel injectors nozzle cant get current

you may need to have the PCM programed to the new injectors.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Water leaking - Kia Sorento 2.5 Diesel

There is a small black rubber pipe that is directly connected to the airconditioning system, which is usually placed on the passenger side of the vehicle. This normally leaks water when your A/C is switched off after a drive, or while it is in operation during a hot day.

If you identify this pipe as the one I have described above, there is no need to worry about the water leak.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I change the spark plugs in a 2006 Kia

Unless you are mechanic, you better have the dealer do this. The manifold is in the way and must be removed to gain access. Fortunately, with long life spark plugs, you will probably need to do this only once.

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4d56 deisel engine, after opening the engine, good idle but when i accelerate knoking sound appear


Not sure what you mean by opening the engine.

The combustion process of a diesel is not the smooth burn and increase in pressure of a petrol engine but is virtually an explosion causing a sudden rise in cylinder pressure. This is the source of the typical diesel knock and is more pronounced in some engines and some injection systems, especially when accelerating. It can be scary for those unfamiliar.
Electronic control tends to soften the noise.

Knocking might be the result of a mechanical problem (piston, connecting rod bearings, etc.) but if these things have been eliminated other causes of excess knocking can be excessive injection timing advance, dribbling injectors, bad spray patterns...

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you do not mention if this is a common rail diesel motor . If it is there is no timing marks as it just pressurizes the system to 22.000 psi. If it has individual lines from the pump then best have it done by an accredited diesel shop that is doing the job of servicing he pump.

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There is supply of diesel fuel from the lnjection pump but it seems no diesel going inside the chamber,,


Not enough information. What vehicle? What year? What kind of injection system? There are basically two kinds of diesel injection - injector pump and common rail.
I did notice you talking about an injector pump, but both these systems need a high compression pump to operate the injectors. On the older systems, the injector pump is connected via a gear system to either the crank or the camshaft, and its task is to supply fuel to the injectors in very much the same way as a distributor does on a petrol car.
Now, do you mean the header pump that supplies diesel to the injector pump, or do you mean there is diesel coming out of the injector pump between the pump and the injectors?
On the other system, which I assume you are talking about, diesel is supplied to a high pressure pump which keeps a rail at high pressure. All the injectors are connected to this rail - from there the name "common rail" - and the timing is supplied by the Engine Control Module (ECM) via electrical impulses. Now ,if you have diesel supplied to the common rail but the injectors are not popping, the problem is most likely with the ECM.
However, there is no way of helping you unless you supply more information.

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My mitsubishi L2 4d56 diesel engine common rail direct injection have not start because there no spraying diesel in the nozzel tip,what is the problem of this?


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Bleeding the fuel injection system


Why?

You turn the key on

Fuel is pumped to the fuel rail under pressure

Once you have a crank signal, the injectors pulse
& blow out any air into the cylinders,then just fuel

You need to be more detailed in what YOU TESTED SO FAR
& HOW

Do you have Spark?
Is the Fuel Pump coming on?
Is there 40 # or more on the fuel rail?

Timing Belt or Chain turning the cams?

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ok 94 6.5 still had the non electric injection pump which is basically the same as a 6.2 pump but with higher fuel out put for the turbo and extra .3 liters. these pumps are fairly easy to diagnose since they dont have all the added electronics. the problem is getting it to do it so you can see exactly why its doing it. first thing i would do is make sure the supply pump is putting out enough pressure to the injection pump, should be around 14psi. another thing to check would be the relay for the injector pump

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