volrem wrote:OK so firing order is 1-3-4-2 and I can see a pattern of #3 cylinder problem. It's not constant but is repeating.
Suspecting injector issue.
EDIT: I would swap #3 injector with some other and check if it moves to different cylinder.
STC wrote:First, as you know from the Serial & Vin Numbers I sent you, this car has a new & wrong Electronic Identity. This may have made matters worse because each time I use a Diagnostic Tool on this car I use the "AUTO ID" Function. I do know that it chooses the correct engine code
I don't know if KTS lets you to choose injector class but worth checking if coded class is the same as injectors installed.
STC wrote:I am assuming that you refer to "Injector Coding" the "Calibration Code" Printed on the top of the Injector ? KTS doesn't have that function but I do have access to other tools that will. I can borrow VIDA if I get stuck.
The answer to the question is No! I have not, perhaps I should have but the misfire, injector behaviour is erratic. I don't believe Injector coding could cause such a Violent Misfire one minute and work fine the next. I will check coding before I buy any Injectors just to be certain.
STC wrote:This job is on Stop right now. The owner (a very nice man) has no trust in any garage, technician or dealer - I cannot blame him He has already spent £3500 pounds and has been taking a bus to work, and walking to the shops for months.
My Position is that the Engine Starts on the Key and Runs and produced an Invoice for that work. Payment of that Invoice must come before I purchase any parts, Solve the Misfire, Fix the Brakes, the DPF DTC Issues, some Hexidecimal Calculations, EEprom work so it shows 90k and not 185k.
This is life !
but electronic timing wont correlate
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