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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Joined: Fri Nov 18, 2016 8:22 am
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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Joined: Sat Jan 27, 2018 2:40 pm
Vehicle: Mondeo, 1.8 TDCi 92KW (QYBA), 2007

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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Vehicle: mondeo 1.8 tdci 130hp 2007

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
Posts: 11
Joined: Fri Nov 18, 2016 8:22 am
Vehicle: mondeo 1.8 tdci 130hp 2007

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

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