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Hi i need a new spark plug as mine has fouled but the only one halfords have is cr8eb, will i be alright to use this as mine that's already in is a cr7eb i know it will fit but i don't want to cause any damage to the scooter engine
The heat range of the plug dose matter but you can get away with it till u get the correct one.asap.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: new plug still no spark
U have to check connectivity from the coil, if also problem is not sorted then first chane starting coil and then pickup coil.......
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Posted on Aug 27, 2009
try spraying some easy start into the air intake while someone operates the starter if it trys to start you have a fuel system fault have you checked fuel pressure at injector rail you need to do this using gauge and check against volvo spec if low it will never run if ok check feeds to injectors using multimeter if no feed check relevent fuses if ok using multimeter check continuety of injector wireing back to ecu if it did not try to start using easy start check timing belt is ok and engine has compression
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
Partly insulated spark plugs wires will cause your engine to misfire badly as they will cause High Voltage short-circuits by arcing to nearby engine parts: they will certainly cause your engine to stall and cut off! The misfiring will also cause timing issues and cause your engine to overheat and 'knock'.
This is a serious problem that could badly damage your engine so I suggest that you replace the damaged cables immediately. By the way, using ordinary electrical insulation tape will not help much as they are not designed for high voltage (kV range) and the cost of high voltage rubberized insulation tape as an interim solution may be higher than the cost of a cable kit.
Hope it helps. Let me know how you go.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
I will guess. Give me a lot of leeway here
Only me,BUT,if I got 3 plugs fouled twice,I would halt everything.
There would be no new converter,O2 Sensor,that was damaged, as a result of your issues,UNTIL, I solved the cause of their failure.
The TPS,MAP and IAC ,ONLY get replaced when I,just me again, have used a VOM or Oscilloscope to test,AND, the testing proved they were bad.
So, I think, a dry and wet cylinder compression test,a cylinder leak down test, a coolant pressure test,a check for combustibles in coolant,and even an exhaust gas reading,just to start a list of things to do,would be necessary, to tell you why the plugs are fouling.
If I went the wrong way,on oil or coolant fouling,just maybe a bad fuel pressure regulator,BUT only 3 plugs,THAT'S THE KEY
You got a bad head gasket or intake gasket
The TPS,MAP and IAC were replaced ,due to a guess and not testing.
If this was a dealer,they installed a converter and never attempted to solve the cause of failure. (Overheating,Rich Fuel Mixture or Coolant Contamination)
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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