I just cleaned the inside with spray brake cleaner. A vacuum leak will cause engine drivability issues. December 14, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the additional info and feedback. I would replace the injector. I find the easiest way to do this is to use a flathead screwdriver and gently pry up at each fuel injector green arrows. You'll need a 27mm deep reach socket or better still a proper injector removal socket which has a cut-out side.
How can i build that pressure back? The heat shield goes into the hole with the concave side facing up. As you pull up on the fuel rail, some may stick in the manifold, or some may come out with the fuel rail - it all depends upon a variety of factors. Have a look at this if you want to have a go yourself. It stops and seems to reset when I stop and restart the car. I think it's an e30? The battery isn't dead and was not disconnected. Unless there is a reason not to do it this way, it could be a helpful tip.
If the plug smells like wet gas, suspect a leaky f. This will release the spring clips that hold the electrical harness to the fuel injectors. I think it should remain closed? While this seems easy, and indeed it is easy to remove, it is just as easy to damage the tip when you remove it. Pin 5 on the pedal — the grey and White wire. Because of the danger in damaging the tip of the injector, I do not recommend replacing the o-ring behind the tip unless you had a clear manifold leak. It is a signal earth back to the Engine Ecu Pin 13 Measure it with resistance or continuity.
Also as a safety tip please remember anytime you are working on, around or under your car, to wear safety glasses and secure the car with wheel stops and approved jack stands! I've got the electrical connections all unhooked, but cannot see any way to disconnect the vacuum hose, short of cutting it. This will aid in the insertion of the injector and the reassembly of the fuel rail. They are put together with around 80nm plus been in your engine for a while!! Pop off the long, thin plastic cover in the center that covers the wire harness for the spark plugs and the injectors. Keep in mind that when your car was serviced before, parts may have been replaced with different size fasteners used in the replacement. Does anyone have any idea what's going on? The choice is entirely yours. The spray pattern of the fuel mixture is extremely important to guarantee safe and efficient combustion.
If you are replacing all your injectors , or the o-rings, make sure that you place a very tiny, tiny bit of white lithium grease on the edges that will be pressed into the fuel rail and the manifold. I recommend that you do this on a cold engine and clean it at the car wash before you do this job. Leaking leak-off pipe will cause starting problems and rough running. Alternatively you may decide to refit the Injector pressure will not deviate far from the original setting. April 11, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Engine timing can cause this.
Well I took them out of the engine one at a time and took them apart again. Injector removed and ready to be disasimbled. Here is a link to the help today site. With everything connected and the ignition off check that this wire is open circuit. Its loud and sounds tappety but its not coming from the tappets as iv put my ear close to where they are and its not sounding like them, sounds more like its from in the inlet?? Check if this is the source of the ticking sound. I used paper towels to catch any diesel fuel that may drip out. Once removed from the engine the injectors can be cleaned with a wire brush and washed in a light oil solution.
As they become older, the sound of the valve pulsing becomes louder. Just leave them alone and install then right out of the box. Just like in the previous pic. It would Knock its nuts off. January 16, 2010 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They split a set and ordered a replacement single as I didnt want to buy the 4 set they had so big thank you to them!!! I then calmed it down, pulled over and switched off the ignition. November 10, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the follow up and sharing your experience - Nick at Pelican Parts 1995 325i Comments: Not yet but its on my to do list after work this evening.
Begin by removing the top two plastic covers from the engine. Recycle parts, packaging and fluids when possible. I then took some clean diesel fuel and lubricated the inside of the injector. The only piece that you do not see here is the nozzle. Can you share a photo of the hose? The fuel rail is the long, thin metal bar that runs along the top of the injectors. I hope this helps someone who may have a similar problem. Torque values depends on application and can be obtained from this site, however a typicle torque value for a screw in type injector is around 90Nm.
I would have thought the footwell light would earth to the body as well. The best method I figured out for removing the tip was to get a small 8-9mm crescent wrench and apply uniform pressure against the tip. I'm pretty sure they didn't intend for that to happen, so what am I missing? I'll pop the 'old' one in today so I can still drive the car whilst I have a look or have the injector looked at. I hope this article has provided some valuable insight. It's not throwing any fault codes.