Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby Dcunning35 » Fri Jan 13, 2017 12:16 am

Just a thought as fueling is way more critical when cold , I would have thought if misfire was glow plug related it would clear if reved initially ,clearing cylinder of any unburnt fuel .
Granted you need to make sure they work but I think theres more to this
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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby Fat Freddy » Fri Jan 13, 2017 8:29 am

Thanks for the clarification. I did read it right. I still have questions about it - more curiosity than anything but I'm not going to derail a thread over wiring design. It a European thing.

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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby Technician » Fri Jan 13, 2017 4:10 pm

Dcunning35 wrote:Just a thought as fueling is way more critical when cold , I would have thought if misfire was glow plug related it would clear if reved initially ,clearing cylinder of any unburnt fuel .
Granted you need to make sure they work but I think theres more to this
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The engine misfiring stops when the engine speed is increased from idle, sometimes it then idles normal and after a short while starts to become rough, maybe it is something to do with the injector seals?

When I took it for the remap the tuner advised that he had similar experience with a 2.5 litre and the customer complained of misfiring and difficult starting in the mornings from cold, the tuner advised that he cured it by changing the injector seals but bought OEM from the dealers as in his experience he said the after market seals were not as good.

The customer text me this morning advising the van is OK, so I don't know now if it was just at the time I had the van that day or there is an underlying problem, I guess I'll have to wait and see.

Thanks for all your input and advice. :)
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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby grunf1976 » Sun Jan 15, 2017 11:37 am

STC wrote:Freddy

For your reference, here is a picture of the Injector / Glow plug loom (fits under the rocker cover)

The round plug will fit / exit at the back of the head.

PD Injector Loom.jpg


This is the loom for 2.0 tdi engine. injectors for 1.9 tdi are on the outside like any other engine .
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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby Technician » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:32 pm

grunf1976 wrote:
STC wrote:Freddy

For your reference, here is a picture of the Injector / Glow plug loom (fits under the rocker cover)

The round plug will fit / exit at the back of the head.

PD Injector Loom.jpg


This is the loom for 2.0 tdi engine. injectors for 1.9 tdi are on the outside like any other engine .


heaters are on the outside :)
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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby STC » Sat Feb 18, 2017 2:35 am

heaters are on the outside :)



Wow !!!
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Re: Transporter T5 1.9 TDI AXC

Postby Prince » Sat Feb 18, 2017 2:28 pm

STC wrote:
heaters are on the outside :)



Wow !!!



Yep! I know. I was equally surprised. Look for the silver terminals. They are the give away. If you need any help PM me.
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