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Hi guys. I'm reasonably new on here - been on club G40 for a good few years tho. Basically I've reshelled my G40 into a breadvan, engine has been fully rebuilt etc. My issue is no spark and the injectors aren't firing. I have fuel pressure at the rail, which as far as I can see means that both the ecu relay and the fuel pump relay are good. I've got 12v at the coil with the ignition on, and I've checked the resistances and theyre all good too (this was a brand new coil 6 years ago and has done ~200 miles). The distributer again was a brand new part just before my G40 died 6 years ago, but I know Hall senders can cause issues so I swapped it out for the known working item from the old 1.0 spi engine, and still no luck. All of this seems to be pointing towards an ecu fault but I'm sure there will be something I'm missing. Anyone on here got any ideas? Help is very much appreciated. Cheers
Hi there every one this is my first post so please bear with me...I have a 1998 6n 1.4 petrol polo which has been playing me up slightly the problem is fuel I have to put a bit of fuel in the throttle body for it to start then it will start all the time well when I say all the time if I leave it for a few hours I have to put some more fuel in the throttle body and away she go's..I have changed the fuel filter but still the same..when the car is running I have unplugged each injector to see if they are working which they are..any help would be appreciated
Hello polo people, today I took my inlet and spi throttle body off for a clean as my car is dropping revs like it's about to stall and then the revs come back up. Anyway when taking my inlet manifold off I noticed cylinder 1 is dirty as f*ck but the rest seem clean and as they should, any help would help out alot as I have no idea what could cause this. It's a 1.3 AAV spi engine.