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- Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:44 pm
- Forum: Problems / Questions
- Topic: Boost problems - perhaps
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3818
I understand your engine has been remapped? Remapping usually means more unburnt fuel (depending on how good your map is) in the exhaust. And that in turn means EGR valve will get more soot and it will eventually become clogged with oil+soot mixture. It is a good idea to check the EGR. Just remember...
- Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:29 pm
- Forum: Problems / Questions
- Topic: Poor start/Idle megane 1.5 dci
- Replies: 15
- Views: 3497
GOT MYSELF A DIAGNOSTICS KIT codes are as follows but i need a point in the right direction the exact readings are p0340 camshaft position sensor "a" circuit is that the sensor on the cambelt housing? and could it just be a matter of cleaning up, the other is p0487 exhaust gas recirculati...
- Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:34 pm
- Forum: Parts and Accessories
- Topic: Cam belt/chain?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1508
All 2.0 dCi engines have timing chain. Whoever from whichever workshop told you 2.0 dCi has timing belt, should be avoided as plague, shot in the head by a rotten egg and *add yourself at will*....
That's it, plus the cam seals http://www.k-tecracing.com/show_product.asp?id=4063&appid=2. It is a good idea to check the condition of the crankshaft pulley while the engine is out. If it's without cracks on the rubber body, changing it is not needed.
The auxiliary tensioner with the belt needs to be done, cause aux. belt is also driven by crankshaft pulley (which also drives the camshaft via cambelt). It is a good idea to change the alternator pulley as it can also give troubles. Some people also change the crankshaft pulley if the car has cover...
They most certainly should have checked for radial play in the turbo with so much oil in the intercooler pipe, and with broken intercooler pipe it should tell them about too high pressure, too. If they had checked, they would have probably advised fitting a new turbo. Now you can just pray that your...
Just done a quick service on my 1.6 petrol Megane 2 but I'm blowed if I can find the fuel filter, can anyone help ? It is integrated inside the fuel gauge in the fuel tank. Not necessary to change it. R u refering to the megane II 1.6 16V?B'cos mine is located on the undercarriage next to the rear ...
arse wrote:Just done a quick service on my 1.6 petrol Megane 2 but I'm blowed if I can find the fuel filter, can anyone help ?
It is integrated inside the fuel gauge in the fuel tank. Not necessary to change it.
- Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:03 pm
- Forum: Everything Else
- Topic: Servicing Interval Advice Requested
- Replies: 16
- Views: 2435
Thanks again :) any thoughts on that cabin filter ? it doesnt actually say it fits a 1.5 hatchback but it fits a 1.5 saloon , surely it should fit both ? It is the same, although I would go for a better one: MANN, Purflux, Fram... Those cheap ones are not letting enough air inside the cabin and get...