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07-06-2019 09:57 AM
Christian Omloop This afternoon I was about to test the injectors and CSV when I noticed a fuel smell after removing the Air Filter.
Pushing the sensor plate down increases the odor and I noticed that the inside of the housing was a little wet.
Is it mormal that there is a little bit of fuel in the housing?
The only thing that I can think of is that the plunger is leaking. Fuel distributor was refurbished and all the sealings were renewed.
06-25-2019 10:05 PM
Christian Omloop
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Originally Posted by robm.UK View Post
Control module varies the current to ISV. Voltage is constant.
Makes sense :-) thnx!
I'll be back once I tested the injectors and CSV
06-25-2019 04:22 PM
robm.UK
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Originally Posted by Christian Omloop View Post
I was not able to remove the CSV, 3 injector lines and a tube of the ISV are in front of the second bolt. Iím going to remove the injectors and the CSV at once when the weather is bad.

I noticed that the ISV gets 12v as soon as you turn the key, even before you start the engine. Not sure if that is supposed to be like this.
Control module varies the current to ISV. Voltage is constant.
06-25-2019 10:55 AM
Christian Omloop I was not able to remove the CSV, 3 injector lines and a tube of the ISV are in front of the second bolt. I’m going to remove the injectors and the CSV at once when the weather is bad.

I noticed that the ISV gets 12v as soon as you turn the key, even before you start the engine. Not sure if that is supposed to be like this.
06-24-2019 10:36 PM
Christian Omloop Thnx again!
I’ll try to test csv this evening.
06-24-2019 03:43 PM
robm.UK
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I did some tests and there is no fuel coming out of the small rubber hose.
System fuel pressure is 6.4 bar as it should be but I noticed an immediately drop to 3.2 bar when the engine is stopped. Is that normal?
Not sure how correct my gauge is but the manual that I found mentions that even if the pressure slowly drops below 3.5 bar the accumulator is broken.

http://manual.startekinfo.com/maniak/JSP/e2/2_1/m32.jsp
New regulator.
Accumulator tested ok.
Leaking injectors? Or leaking cold start valve. To test CSV check spray pattern for good atomisation/spray pattern. It should not drip fuel from the nozzle.
06-24-2019 10:28 AM
Christian Omloop I did some tests and there is no fuel coming out of the small rubber hose.
System fuel pressure is 6.4 bar as it should be but I noticed an immediately drop to 3.2 bar when the engine is stopped. Is that normal?
Not sure how correct my gauge is but the manual that I found mentions that even if the pressure slowly drops below 3.5 bar the accumulator is broken.

http://manual.startekinfo.com/maniak/JSP/e2/2_1/m32.jsp
06-24-2019 01:17 AM
robm.UK To test if accumulator is ruptured/leaking, there should be no fuel coming out of the small rubber hose when pump is running.
06-24-2019 01:16 AM
robm.UK The accumulator is next to the fuel filter, underneath the car to the rear, just fore of the trunk wheel well, under a black plastic cover.
06-23-2019 10:51 PM
Christian Omloop Do you know where I can find this valve or line?
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