Hello G.K. Buckley, I've been working hard to find a Professional to assist you with your question, but sometimes finding the right Professional can take a little longer than expected.
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hi, yes I can wait, but the orange light is driving me mad. Had the light turned off yesterday, but it came on again today. Car running ok'ish. May have to return the car to dealer if nothing is sorted by Wednesday - Gordon
Hello G.K Buckley, Thank you for getting back to me and providing additional information. We will continue to look for a Professional to assist you. Thank you for your patience, Shantal
hi, the codes that have come up so far are : PO100 and PO110. Both components have been replaced.
have been replaced (nearly £700) and the light has now come on again for some reason. Slowly running out of money - Gordon
hi, i have a/c, normal knob controls, it is a bi-fuel and w
hen starting from cold, does run a but lumpy (searching type effect) but when warm, runs well on petrol and gas - Gordon
Yes, all done, the main problem seems to be the engine hunting (for more fuel) when on petrol when cold (rpm fluctuates a bit). On petrol when warm - no problem. On gas also - no problem.
All replaced Gordon
hi, the maf has been changed. It still seems to hesitate when on petrol starting from cold. When warm it is slightly better but is still hunting as if its not getting enough fuel. On gas it is a lot better. Changing to petroleum on the motorway it seems to go without any problem but the light still comes on whenever it feels q it
Hi, I am still having problems with the engine hunting when on petrol.
Someone has advised me to have the valve clearances checked as the engine has done 90,000 miles. They also say that the tolerances are different when running on gas and therefore runs better when on gas.
I cannot detect any loss in performance as it has never run smoothly since I bought it - regards Gordon