[Fwd: Re: Re: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.]]]
lindgre at online.no
Thu Jul 4 18:41:18 EDT 2002
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Subject: Re: Re: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.]]
Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 03:27:45 -0800
From: Engilbert <romantic at nt.is>
To: "Per Lindgren" <lindgre at online.no>
References: <3D234B17.6010308 at online.no>
the problem has been solve it was the FuelPumb.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Per Lindgren"
Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 11:05 AM
Subject: [Fwd: Re: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.]]
> Another update from Engilbert.
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> Subject: Re: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.]
> Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 06:12:21 -0800
> From: Engilbert
> To: "Per Lindgren"
> References: <3D22DCB0.5080303 at online.no>
> Audi Type '88
> With Injection.
> Probably the fuel pump is dead.
> I will go into it today. thx for your e-mail.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Per Lindgren"
> Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 3:14 AM
> Subject: [Fwd: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.]
> > -------- Original Message --------
> > Subject: Re: Audi Knocking Problem.
> > Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2002 04:55:39 +0100
> > From: Braco
> > Reply-To: braco at mac.com
> > Organization: BC Europe
> > To: Per Lindgren
> > References: <008d01c1c053$2c1189d0$f906010a at berti>
> > <3D2191B2.9030200 at online.no>
> > Per, forward it to Engilbert please.
> > Without detailed info, full written saga wouldn't be enough.
> > - Is it carb or CIS?
> > - If carb; which one?
> > - Is it distributor with one, or two diaphragms?
> > - Is it pinging or mechanical knock?
> > >From this minimal info, and presuming that timing is independent, as on
> > early models, it sounds like far to much advance. Firstly start the car,
> > disconnect the vacuum connection(s), then grab your distributor and try
> > to move it by hand. If it moves, that's the problem. Unlikely, but if
> > so, run the engine and turn distributor, until engine stops slowing
> > down; then return it until just starts speeding up, and stop there.
> > Tighten the distributor and your done. Connect the vacuum and see if the
> > engine speeds changes. Adjust idling speed, and test it. This way the
> > timing could be few ° out so later, timing should be properly adjusted.
> > If on the other hand, the distributor is solid, check the timing by
> > aligning the timing marks; rotor in the distributor should be also
> > aligning with the mark on distributor body, or easiest still, loosen the
> > distributor until you can just turn it, and use above method to tune
> > it. Since advance mechanism is fully mechanical, something is for sure
> > broken or detached inside distributor, and should be established and
> > fixed, if on the other hand your model is late one, I was wasting my
> > words. See what I mean by saga, without the info.
> > Regards,
> > Braco
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