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I'm planning to swap my 1.0l 8v AUC lupo engine out for a 1.4 8v AUD engine. My ecu and engine is an earlier model that only has one lambda. my question is which model ECU's use just the one lambda, guessing it's going to be an earlier one the same as I already have now for my 1l, but there seems to be quite a few variations. Thanks x
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Stainless 4 into 1 decat manifold for AUD.AUC, and other 8v fitted to the 6N2, Don't think it will fit the 8v's from the 6N1's It deletes the CAT in the standard manifold & comes with a 5 wire lambda sensor (£60+) £60 collected from MK9 or postage will be +£10 ish ?
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Does anyone know what normal compression should be on the polo 1.4 MPI 8V AUD engine ? I have 3 cylinders around 125PSI and another at 160PSI odd Im aware some engines use this technique of having a higher compression cylinder but it seems very odd ?
charliestg posted a topic in Engine, Transmission and ExhaustHi guys, Can anyone help with a troublesome EML fault reader says Cylinder 2 misfire *intermittent* and multiple cylinder misfire *intermittent* I have changed the following: Spark plugs, HT leads and coil pack Fuel filter air filters (while I was in there might as well) Checked: run cleaner through system, and buzzed all ignition bits. compression test with the results being 125psi for cylinders no#1,2,4 and 175psi for no#3. checked camshaft for wear, which looked and felt smooth and tidy. the main issue is refusal to start when cold, I have to press accelerator to get her going, and at idle the engine management light flashes and goes solid if I do not start moving (sporting the above faults). I've hit a wall so far, any insight would be appreciated :)
Guys I need some help; I have found that I require a new crank shaft position sensor on my 6n2's AUD engine.Does anyone know where it is located, how to get to it and how to remove it? Any Advice on where I could get one that is of good quality would also be appreciated along with any pictures that could help describe its location Cheers, Luke