[Vwdiesel] 1.9 td aaz update
dieselwesty at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 7 09:20:55 PDT 2008
1. My Oil temps on my 1.9na are higher then this, 220F to 230F, so not high there.
2. Boost is OK.
3. Sounds like you have an issue with the EGT for sure, most likely wiring.
4. I would say you have air in the system, Nick from NC had the same issues when he first ran his motor after getting the new head back on.
5. Oil Pressure, on my 1.9na it hits 130psi on a cold start in the winter, then as things warm up (and the pressure relief valve finally pops) it come down to 90psi and then when hot 30psi at idle to 65psi running down the road. I have a sticky pressure relief valve for sure in my oil pump.
My 2 cents.
Bryan Belman, Pt Pleasant, NJ
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--- On Thu, 8/7/08, LBaird119 at aol.com <LBaird119 at aol.com> wrote:
> From: LBaird119 at aol.com <LBaird119 at aol.com>
> Subject: Re: [Vwdiesel] 1.9 td aaz update
> To: vwdiesel at vwfans.com
> Date: Thursday, August 7, 2008, 12:04 PM
> In a message dated 8/6/2008 11:28:51 PM Pacific Daylight
> jhsg at sasktel.net writes:
> > Also, I only put water in for
> > >the test run just in case I did need to pull it
> all apart again.
> > >Would that also make it run hotter?
> > No, it will make it run cooler.
> > Water carries more heat than glycol. Yes, I know
> glycol boils at a
> > higher temperature, but for cooling, water carrys away
> more heat given
> > similar pumped volume.
> Kinda depends on the thermostat from my experience. If
> run the hotter stats, you need tha ani-boil characteristics
> anti-freeze or it seems to boil enough, here and there, to
> a bubble against the thermostat and it won't open.
> Cost me
> a head gasket. :-( Changed to a cooler stat after that
> Compare the temp with when the fan kicks in since
> it's working,
> also check the actual temp of the coolant coming back to
> reservoir. Use a point and shoot, candy thermometer,
> It may be the gauge/sender combination or it may actually
> hot. You can't tell which with the stock gauge.
> EGT on 300F is usually either soot on the probe,
> something bad
> or a bad connection. These are all self contained
> aren't they? So
> going to zero with the key off would be a sign
> something's not
> right actually. My Isspro's only have the wires from
> the sender
> to the gauge. No external power applied.
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