sarice wrote:How common are the limp modes "with" the updated upper manifold installed?. Does the insert point of the blank plate itself either increase or decrease limp modes depending on where it is, ie closer to the egr valve or back at the manifold.
sarice wrote: I`ve had the solvent clean, added a Provent and disabled the inlet manifold butterfly setup (As advised by MML)
Brett05 wrote:sarice wrote: I`ve had the solvent clean, added a Provent and disabled the inlet manifold butterfly setup (As advised by MML)
what was the advise given to you regarding the disabling of the manifold butterfly....and how did you do it. My local dealers leading hand told me to block off the line with a small ball bearing, if I couldn't find one, bring it into them and he'll fit one for me
GLX-R Alex wrote:Where and what line are we talking about... Show mw a pic..?
borngeek wrote:contact do you have the new revision upper manifold (with relocated MAP sensor)??
its a hotline fix..
This would increase limpies due to bad positioning of that sensor makes it prone to carbon buildup fouling and malfunction.
This was explained by head mechanic of a dealership.
If you do not have the newer revision upper manifold you will have increased issues no doubt.
contact wrote:the problem is i only get limps with the plate in... dont really want the dealer poking around with the system with a 'potentially' illegal egr plate in place... these 'hot fixes' are they and 'on demand' thing? with out the engine check light its hard to argue work needs to be done!
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