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  • #16
    4x4toys.co.uk - Keeping you on and off the road...

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    • #17
      i tink is a jiggle pin fault
      What have I told you about thinking Erroll

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BUSHWHACKER View Post
        ˇpǝsnɟuoɔ ɯ,ı
        ˇlooɔ s,ʇɐɥʇ
        "B.A." Baracus: "Talk to me, talk sense so I can talk back. Not all this jibberjabber like breaking the peace and all that."
        www.johnthebuilder.info

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Wolfracer View Post
          ˇlooɔ s,ʇɐɥʇ
          ˙sʞuɐɥʇ

          It's grammar by the way.

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          • #20
            egr removal

            Originally posted by Vagrant No2 View Post
            May be the feed to the glow plugs ?
            hi rick with EGR valve now removed i discover loose wire comes out the loom at rear engine were EGR VALVE WAS LOCATED cant figour out where the ####er goes brown green stripe across it ring connection type with 12 m hole bolt on to somthing? where egr was located.i tested it registering 6.9 volts when ignition on. done diagnostic check pins E1 Te1 engine light flashs every 5 seconds code 5?which is listed as correction resistance pump ? any idears ? the hooks up to were
            Last edited by frankx; 5th November 2011, 14:57.

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            • #21
              Hope this helps

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              • #22
                EGR REMOvAL

                Originally posted by che2318 View Post
                Did you blank it or remove it?
                hi how doing sorry for delay ben down garage working on it.cranking over for hours .i noticed 2 loose wires joinged together with ring type connector 12mil hole centre coloured light brown green stripe across every 30 mil near rear end engine? cumming out the loom must had somthing to do with EGR removal cause thats only thing i was working on that side engine tested it registering 6.8 volts surely cant be earth? to manifold? every thing else fine glow plugs fuses .done diagnostic check E1 TE1for troubles engine lights flashes every 5 seconds ? GOT ANY IDEARS where the wire goes acording to codes downloaded off other site no 5. code correction resistance pump? i download engine control 2L TE circute diag. that shows connected to vsv intake and vrt vrp? were are they located under the bonnet?. which exlapins am getting airflow restriction to engine and that wire being of somthing to do with not starting? got any idears other members must had this experiance with hidden wire? while reoving EGR but i dont see any threads on it ecept one other member on old thread but doesent give the answer?
                Last edited by frankx; 5th November 2011, 19:59.

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                • #23
                  Egr

                  Originally posted by Sancho View Post
                  Hope this helps

                  HI SANCHO that looks like bango connection in the photo drain plug for side engine oil ?

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by frankx View Post
                    HI SANCHO that looks like bango connection in the photo drain plug for side engine oil ?
                    i had to remove starter motor for overhaul do to so much cranking trying to get mobile the so what are ye trying to tell in photo?

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                    • #25
                      Sancho....ask Matt about his pic....he has the answer...

                      So pleased I didn't post it....
                      .... Which was nice.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by frankx View Post
                        i had to remove starter motor for overhaul do to so much cranking trying to get mobile the so what are ye trying to tell in photo?
                        Where to connect the wires??

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                        • #27
                          The banjo bolt is quite clearly NOT an earth or an oil drain, its a solenoid on the fuel pump, the lower component is a starter motor.

                          Are you sure you're working on a Surf??

                          I too am confused
                          What have I told you about thinking Erroll

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                          • #28
                            Wonder what his excuse is....
                            Dyslexia.
                            Foreign.
                            Using an iPhone.
                            Lazy.
                            7 years old.
                            Primate.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by BUSHWHACKER View Post
                              Wonder what his excuse is....
                              Dyslexia.
                              Foreign.
                              Using an iPhone.
                              Lazy.
                              7 years old.
                              Primate.
                              you're slow today vince - location is the clue

                              most of the above and 12 pints of tartan - its weekend

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by BUSHWHACKER View Post
                                Wonder what his excuse is....
                                Dyslexia.
                                Foreign.
                                Using an iPhone.
                                Lazy.
                                7 years old.
                                Primate.
                                Vince....So are you saying they are a lazy, foreign, dyslexsic, seven year old primate using an iPhone?... If so I think I saw them today in an Asda advert...
                                .... Which was nice.

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