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Posted by Anonymous on
You seemed to have replaced quite a number of expensive items. Please check if the heating plugs are switching on as desired and cutting off. use a tester to confirm this. Next you will need to double check the parts you have changed, The fuel pump, the injectors. Have you replaced the fuel filters, have you checked the tank for any defective fuel, water or other solvents. check this out.
start the vehicle and allow it run idle for some time. check to test the engine after it had warmed up,if you notice roughness then check for the pump calibration. Assuming that the compression is good, there is no oil consumption, no fumes this should work out the solution. Hope my advice helps you. Good day
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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