2001 – '2005 Highlander (V6) FUEL INJECTOR TICKING NOISE

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 08-10-2011

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Do NOT smoke or work near an open flame when working on the fuel system. Keep gasoline away from rubber or leather parts. Wear safety goggles while working with the fuel system under pressure. Do NOT disconnect any part of the fuel system until you have discharged the fuel system pressure. Even after discharging the fuel pressure, place a shop rag over fittings as you separate them to reduce risk of fuel spray on yourself or in the engine compartment. 1. Discharge fuel system pressure. A. Remove Circuit Opening Relay from Relay Block No. 1 located to the left of the Instrument Panel Junction Block behind the left lower finish panel If the connector and pipe are stuck, pinch the fuel pipe, push and pull the connector by hand to disconnect them. Do not use any tools. E. Drain the fuel that remains inside Fuel Pipe Sub-assembly No. 1. F. Place a tray under the vehicle or point of disconnection, if needed, to catch any fuel that may spill. G. Protect the disconnected fuel lines from debris by covering with a vinyl or plastic bag. H. Remove the original pulsation damper from the rear fuel rail. I. Remove and discard the remaining bolt holding Fuel Pipe Sub-assembly No. 1 to the front fuel rail

Corolla & Matrix 2005 – 2006 1ZZ-FE ENGINE NO START OR EXTENDED CRANK CONDITION

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Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 29-05-2011

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Some 2005 and 2006 model year Corolla and Matrix vehicles equipped with a 1ZZ–FE engine may exhibit a “no start” or “extended crank” condition. This may be caused by insufficient fuel pressure after the vehicle has been parked for a period of time. The fuel pump assembly manufacturing process has been improved to correct this condition. Applicable Vehicles S 2005 – 2006 model year Corolla and Matrix (2WD) vehicles equipped with the
1ZZ–FE engine. Parts Information PREVIOUS PART NUMBER 77020–02180 77144–04010 77169–02050 CURRENT PART NUMBER Same Same Same PART NAME Fuel Suction w/Pump & Gauge Tube Assembly Fuel Pump Gauge etainer
Fuel Suction Tube Set Gasket

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BMW Motorcycles F 650 GS/Dakar Driveability Issues

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 12-11-2010

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Concern: Customer complains about hesitation, surging and stalling when the engine is operated at low to medium RPM. Service Measure: In the event of a customer complaint on the above concerns, please check the following points, adjusting to specification as necessary: Fuel pressure: Measure fuel pressure under all operating RPM. If fuel pressure is outside of specification, replace fuel filter with pressure regulator. Recheck fuel pressure, with new components installed, to confirm fuel pressure is to specification. Fuel pressure specification = 3.5+/- 0.2 bar Clutch adjustment: Clutch may not disengage completely with engine cold. Oil in the viscosity range 20W50 may be in use. Insure that the clutch is adjusted correctly and change oil to viscosity range 10W50. Control unit update: Using the BMWMoDiTeC CD 8/x, Update 3, update the programming of the BMS COMPACT control unit. The update of a BMS COMPACT control unit program is not to take place unless a customer has a complaint about hesitation, surging and stalling, these complaints have been verified by the retailer and the service measures covering fuel pressure, clutch adjustment and oil viscosity have been completed. Important Note: Always comply with the instructions, as included with the update CD, for the correct installation of CD 8/x, Update 3. Identification Label: Print a new identification label ( YELLOW for update ) and affix it to the BMS- COMPACT control unit. Please note that it is not permissible to deliver an updated motorcycle to a customer without the correct identification label affixed to the control unit.

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Ducati 916-998 / 748 Variable Pressure Fuel Regulator installation Manual

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Filed Under (Ducati) by admin on 26-10-2010

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1 RACING SERVICES 115 CARLINGFORD RD EPPING SYDNEY 2121 AUSTRALIA Part # EDU001 Type 3 Please note: These instructions refer to Type 3 Ducati VariRegs. Type 3 VariRegs may be distinguished by a hole & groove machined into the end face of the adjustment screw. VariReg -Variable Pressure Fuel Regulator Suitable for:- Ducati 916-998 / 748 all models. The Epicycle VariReg will allow a fuel pressure rate of 300 kPa (stock) to 540 kPa. By increasing the pressure available at the injectors, more fuel will flow thus richening mixtures. The available increase in fuel pressure is sufficient to allow the fitment of performance parts, without the high end lean condition normally experienced with the stock fuel pressure. This lean condition is the result of injectors that are too low in flow rate, and even when switched on continuously, are incapable of delivering the required quantity of fuel. Changes to the fuel mapping may be required when using this product. The increase in fuel pressure is variable by the owner and may be altered at any time as required. The unit comes pre-set at 450 kPa. It should be noted that the VariReg is designed for a maximum pressure of 540 kPa, but pressures in excess of 450 kPa require the fitment of the CORSA style high output fuel pump. ** Under no circumstances should the pressure exceed 450 kPa if using the standard road pump! ** Pressures may be set in the following manner. ** This method should be used as a guide only. Use of a suitable pressure gauge is recommended.** 1 . Rotate the adjustment screw “IN” (clockwise direction) using an 11mm or 7/16″ spanner until the head of the screw is seated against the body. Use a tommy bar in the 5mm hole in the side of the VariReg to prevent rotation of the body

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