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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 11-06-2010
1. Use a scan tool to monitor the fuel trim numbers and the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor data stream grams/sec readings. Nominal
values are 5 grams/sec at idle in Park, and >150 at Wide Open Throttle (WOT) and 5000 RPM, in gear. Some scan tools have a freeze frame feature, which is useful in trouble shooting if the problem is set at idle versus at cruise. Vacuum leaks and crankcase breather problems generally show up at idle. Voltage at the airflow meter should be .7-.9V at idle and increase from there with more airflow. 2. Monitor the crankcase vacuum with a vacuum gauge, which can be adapted onto the tube for the oil dipstick. Specification for the crank case vacuum is 8 to 15 millibar, this equals about 1/4 to 1/2 PSI or pounds per square. So, 1 PSI of vacuum would be twice as much as there should be at idle. The proper method, per BMW, is to use a slack tube manometer which can be made easily with clear tubing and making it into a U shape and have it marked in inch increments then half fill it with water. When crankcase vacuum is applied to one side of the tubing it should displace 4 to 6 inches of water if the crankcase breather is working correctly. 3. Monitor the fuel pressure. It should be a constant 50 – 53 PSI.
Filed Under (Nissan) by admin on 08-06-2010
Trouble code 11 Engine speed (RPM) sensor/crankshaft position (CKP) sensor 12 Mass air flow (MAF) sensor 13 Engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor 21 Ignition signal 34 Knock sensor (KS) 42 Fuel temperature sensor 43 Throttle position (TP) sensor 54 AT signal 55 No fault found Erasing trouble codes Switch ignition ON. Bridge data link connector (DLC) terminals IGN and CHK Fig. 1 . Wait 2 seconds. Disconnect bridge wire from data link connector (DLC) Fig. 1 . Check that MIL flashes. Bridge data link connector (DLC) terminals IGN and CHK Fig. 1 . Wait 2 seconds. Disconnect bridge wire from data link connector (DLC) Fig. 1 . Switch ignition OFF. Suitable diagnostic equipment can also be used to erase data from ECM fault memory.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-05-2010
1965-74 All 4X4 MODELS Center Link Service — 1) Raise vehicle on hoist and dis- connect drag link from center link. Disconnect right then left center link ends from steering knuckle arms. Remove center link from vehicle and place in vise. Loosen center link end clamps and remove link ends from tube. Clean and oil all threads on components that are to be reinstalled. 2) Install link ends into center link, but do not tighten clamps. Install dust seals on link ends and install center link in vehicle. Install center link end attaching nuts and tighten to specifications, then continue tightening until slots are aligned with hole in stud. Install cotter pins. 3) Install seals on drag link ball stud, and install drag link end onto center link. Tighten nut to specification and continue tightening until slots are aligned with hole in stud. Install cotter pin. Adjust tire pressures and lower vehicle. Check and adjust toe-in and tighten center link end clamps.
Filed Under (KIA) by admin on 29-03-2010
For vehicles with 20 pin Data Link Connector, power is supplied from the DLC terminal through the DLC CABLE without the need for an additional power supply.For these vehicles connection of the DLC CABLE 20 to the HI SCAN LITE and the vehicle data link terminals is
all that is required. However in case of 6 pin data link connector, a separate
power supply by means of the cigar lighter cable will be required for earlier models. Diagnostic connector for vehicle with 20 pin or 6 pin can be found in the engine bay. Some are found near engine bulkhead and some are near battery
Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 17-08-2010
NOTE: Before starting this procedure, be certain to turn the steering wheel until the front wheels are in the straight-ahead position. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Remove the trim from the right and left front door sills. Remove the trim from the left and right cowl side inner panels. Remove the steering column opening cover from the instrument panel. See: Steering Column Opening Cover and Knee Blocker Replacement Remove the two screws that secure the inside hood latch release handle to the instrument panel lower reinforcement and lower the release handle to the floor. Disconnect the driver side airbag module wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness at the instrument panel lower reinforcement. If the vehicle is so equipped, disconnect the overdrive lockout switch wire harness connector from the instrument panel wire harness near the instrument panel lower reinforcement. Remove the steering column from the vehicle, but do not remove the driver side airbag module, the steering wheel, or the switches from the steering column. Be certain that the steering wheel is locked and secured from rotation to prevent the loss of clockspring centering. Refer to Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Column/Service and Repair. See: Steering and Suspension/Steering/Steering Column/Service and Repair From under the driver side of the instrument panel, perform the following: a. Remove the screw from the center of the headlamp and dash to instrument panel bulkhead wire harness connector and disconnect the connector. b. Disconnect the two body wire harness connectors from the two instrument panel wire harness connectors that are secured to the outboard side of the instrument panel bulkhead connector. c. Disconnect the three wire harness connectors (one from the body wire harness, and two from the headlamp and dash wire harness) from the three junction block connector receptacles located closest to the dash panel. d. Unsnap the plastic retainer clip that secures the park brake release linkage rod to the lever on the back side of the park brake release handle and disengage the linkage rod end from the lever on the handle. e. Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connector from the stop lamp switch connector receptacle. f. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector located near the left end of the heater-A/C housing. Remove the center support bracket from the instrument panel. See: Instrument Panel Center Support Bracket Replacement Remove the screw that secures the instrument panel wire harness ground eyelets to the left side of the Airbag Control Module (ACM) mount on the floor panel transmission tunnel. Disconnect the instrument panel wire harness connector from the ACM connector receptacle. Remove the glove box from the instrument panel. Refer to Body and Frame/Interior Trim/Glove Compartment/Service and Repair. See: Glove Compartment/Service and Repair Reaching through the instrument panel glove box opening, perform the following: a. Disconnect the two halves of the radio antenna coaxial cable connector near the center of the lower instrument panel glove box opening. b. Disengage the antenna half of the radio antenna coaxial cable from the retainer clip near the outboard side of the lower instrument panel glove box opening. c. Disconnect the blower motor wire harness connector located near the heater-A/C housing support brace on the inboard side of the instrument panel glove box opening. From under the passenger side of the instrument panel, perform the following: a. If the vehicle is so equipped, disconnect the two instrument panel wire harness connectors from the Infinity speaker amplifier connector receptacles on the right cowl side inner panel. b. Remove the nut that secures the instrument panel wire harness radio ground eyelet to the stud on the right cowl side inner panel. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.