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now then shantal still no answer i'm affraid. was thinkin of possibly trying to see if my key would need recoding but i'm still stuck. any help would be really appreciated. cheers Ben
no worries shantal i think i'll hang a while longer just to see if you find someone who can help. i'll keep trying at my end and if finally i find the problem i'll be sure to let you know. thanks for all your help. ben
yes fella could definately use some help still. cheers Ben
Good day Ben, have you by chance checked with a meter for power to the injectors with key in the ON position?
and did you remove the crank sprocket when doing the timing job?
now then jake. i didn't remove the crank sprocket when doing the belt, it was siezed on so i managed to squeeze the balance shaft belt under it.
i haven't checked the injectors with the key on. what voltage should i expect to get at the injectors?
now then jake i've checked the injectors with ignition on. with the battery at 12volts. i've had one probe from the multimeter to the live on the injector and the other probe to the earth on the battery i'm reading 6.3 volts on all four injector plugs.
Thanks, ***** ***** we know now that the injector pulse is not a pwoer issue, but moreso directly related to the crank sesor code thats present.
It's fairly common for these balancers and crank sprockets to seize like you mentioned. When that happens and you get the crank gear to move, but not come all the way off it can cause the reluctor to move which throws off ignition timing. Generally you won't notice it moved until the crank sprocket has been removed and the notch not lined up correctly.
right then fella so i'll try and remove the sprocket and have look hopefully it should give me an answer.