Fuel Injector Rehab
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 22 19:04:06 EDT 2004
Mr. Bentley was too expensive of a bribe to be able to afford his company.
What, at 100$ imagine the all beer I could buy! And with sentences like
that, definetly bought beer did I.
Got to get a new ohm meter as well. In an unprecadented (sp!) event, my old
one died! Never heard of such things.
I guess $15 at Radio Shack doesn't go as far as it used to.
>At 10:08 AM -0700 4/22/04, Derek Pulvino wrote:
>>The other question I thought of later, if there was a problem with the
>>temp sensor, would it trip a fault code? Not that I trust those 100%, but
>>they are a good indicator.
>They're a good indicator if there's an open-or short-circuit, not if the
>reported value is simply way off. In the time took to write this you could
>have checked that sensor with an ohmeter--it's very easily accessible. As
>to fault codes--the only one I recall for sure is given by the Climate
>Control when this coolant sensor is missing (as in most pre-'91 models)
>Then you get an "09" from CC channel 1.
>Why not ask Bentley? ;-)
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