Hi,midiman wrote:midiman wrote: So injector 1 could have gone back in position 2 and so on etc.. I don't know if that would have made a difference? But all of the injectors are the same, they are the original ones.C3driver52 wrote: Yes, all the numbers in the boxes in the ECU are in the wrong places. Injector timings will be off, maybe even enough off to give a timing error code? But I couldn't see it making it smoke or smell, but maybe there is more going on.
Can you screen capture and add the lexia screen showing the 'Cylinder 1 injector circuit Injection time correction outside limits.' and attach it using the form below while replying please?midiman wrote:Where it's failing in Lexia is on the Global Test, the stage where it checks the injectors.C3driver52 wrote:You need to go further, into the fail. Screen capture with 'ALT and Prt Sc' or use the lexia screen capture feature and paste into paint, then save and attach it to the forum topic reply.
Here are the screen shots from my Lexia session.
The car is barely starting from cold, it's kicking out a lot of smoke, and the fuel consumption has increased.
I can't do anything else until I get to see my mechanic on Wednesday.
I need to get to injector 1. From the diagram I take it that it is the Cylinder nearest the crank pulley end, or am I wrong?