Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

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An92
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Vehicle: Mondeo, 1.8 TDCi 92KW (QYBA), 2007

Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by An92 » Tue Apr 23, 2019 6:16 am

Thanks .. So you too, after replacing the injectors, find different values? I have an Egr closed with a steel cap but not eliminated electronically (the 1.8 indicator does not turn on the light .. Many on the net close it this way) .. I replaced everything with 4 new vdo continental brand injectors (ex siemens). there is more at 110km / h, but in a few days the engine is silent, others instead seem to sound like a saw or sobbing, but on the road there is no problem .. What can it be ?? The bosch center told me to update the pcm in Ford

stojanhu1981
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Vehicle: mondeo 1.8 tdci 130hp 2007

Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by stojanhu1981 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:26 am

Yes, i have different values however injectors have been tested and remanufactured. There is an software update for injectors, but can't realy tell you if it makes any difference. More about software :

"Ford released a technical bulletin TSB 27/2012 to resolve this issue
The TSB was a software update to a specific level And Was for level 3 injectors (engineering number on injector )
This software update was to resolve excessive combustion noise on the 1.8tdci 08/09 build models "

If you want i will try to capture the sound to compare. Sound is untill the engine warms up and it is presented only when or if i try to drive uphill with higher revs (1500 rpm-2000rpm) and it is presented since i own this car. When driving no problem, no error code....

An92
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Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by An92 » Fri May 03, 2019 11:03 am

Thank you very much .. I noticed that there is a noise of raw diesel when the engine is cold or hot (a few km of hot temperature) and accelerate up to 2000 rpm with small gears .. I know the bulletin you described .. But my car should not come back, because it is produced in September 2007 and has a license numbered in November 2007 .. And the original injectors had the code 2 .. Apart from this I am trying to have an appointment in Ford to look for pcm updates .. I described the my problem but they don't know what it can depend on

stojanhu1981
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Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by stojanhu1981 » Sat May 04, 2019 2:32 pm

Tell me if you find out the problem. If you have a chance, please make a video that i can tell you more, but as you described it seems that we have similar problems. If you send me an email adrress i will send video how my engine works and you will compare with yours.

Regards

stojanhu1981
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Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by stojanhu1981 » Thu May 16, 2019 11:10 am

Dear An92,

Can you describe me more about your sound like a saw or sobbing? If you have a metal sound in idle it could be alternator pulley. It makes a horrible sound and somethimes it works fine, somethimes has metal sound. Check this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYXl5TlHdSE

stojanhu1981
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Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by stojanhu1981 » Tue Jul 16, 2019 6:03 am

Dear An92,

Did you find the problem?

Regards

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Luigi_Transit
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Vehicle: Ford Transit tdci 2,2 85hp

Re: Fuel Injector Correction factor TDCI

Post by Luigi_Transit » Mon Aug 05, 2019 1:47 pm

Hello -

I had to place new injectors into my 2008 transit 2,2 dci 85hp with 250.000km,
after the injetors became loose and placing new bolts and clamps did not help.
I performed the correction factor input , but the engine did run rough.
Then I started the diesel Pump learning and the fuel injection learning procedures.
Worked all great and the engine is running smooth again.
Many thanks to the forscan team for this increadible tool.
I did the fuel injector replacemant harddware and software all by myself for 400€ total.

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