Ya, it definitely has been a Shit year and a half!!
I really hope things are on the up for you!
I'll stay tuned for updates!
Hey Sho, any updates?
Cool, good to see you back!
A little epoxy, and it's good to go!
I guess that was my point. Lol. When the compression test didn't change on the wet test. I like to err on the side of the least side of...
A leak down test should also be done just to confirm.
Glad you got it fixed!
Here's a couple of logs. One from last year, showing KR. Will suggested that the injector seals might be leaking. The second log is after cleaning...
I had my own wiring jackpot here this afternoon. Picture two old guys one a carpenter the other a mechanic, arguing over how Automotive wiring...
Hopefully the right one is in there. Hard to tell by the picture. Once you get that changed out, it should be good.
What I mean is between male and female. The female side is spring loaded against the male. If the spring is bent, then continuity is not good.
Does look better. If you're waiting anyway, you could find/grind down a male spade to test it. Test it for fit, and continuity.
Yes, all good
The injectors that is. Connector is not!
From that picture, that left one looks like Hell! The female spades look twisted. I'd focus there. Test the injector with your ohm meter, if it's...
Pins and o ring. What does the harness side look like, are the female side spread?
Always got to do the family stuff first!
Awafrican did you do a comparison ohm reading of your injectors?
The noid light only applies a small amperage, that's why the incandescent bulb. It takes more amperage, it helps you confirm 100%.
Awafrican if you swap injectors and the issue is still there, you can do a double check on the harness. If you isolate the harness, install a...
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