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#16 Zachayter

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Posted 14 September 2013 - 08:12 PM

I have yet to send my ecu off for repair, perhaps a remap might work, but then as stooge says it may happen again.

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Posted 14 September 2013 - 08:29 PM

it'll probably happen again(but hope not for your sake) I had a corrupt pcm before & I did the same nearly. But as I wasnt finding the underlying problem that caused it,it came back within a few weeks. I never ever found out what caused it but an auto-sparky reckons water ingress(glorious ford again). here's hoping though eh lol

 

The stuttering suddenly began in May, when I started the topic. I drove around for quite some time with it, until I've had enough of it. I went to my tuner , David Daniels, aka Streetperformance Belgium, and talked about it with him.In order to solve the problem, he remapped the mondy, The stuttering was gone, but another problem came up.... <_<  :(

The acceleration was very good until about 3000 -3200 rpm's....3300rpm's and above....no torque at all and a lot of smoke :(

David thought the MAP sensor was bad ... I was looking for a new MAP sensor and found one, but not yet mounted him.

About a month ago, my wife and I took a day trip to Aachen. When we wanted to leave in the evening, the mondy did not start.
The first moment I thought: the startermotor is broken.
I called the breakdown service(? :( sorry if the word is wrong) and he tested the battery: Voltage ok, but insufficient starting power. A new battery, was his verdict :wacko: . Since battery-replacement, the problem of torque-absence/smoke has disappeared, so the MAP was not bad. And my thought is that the stuttering was also a result of a weak battery.  Possible?


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Posted 14 September 2013 - 10:26 PM

The stuttering suddenly began in May, when I started the topic. I drove around for quite some time with it, until I've had enough of it. I went to my tuner , David Daniels, aka Streetperformance Belgium, and talked about it with him.In order to solve the problem, he remapped the mondy, The stuttering was gone, but another problem came up.... <_<  :(

The acceleration was very good until about 3000 -3200 rpm's....3300rpm's and above....no torque at all and a lot of smoke :(

David thought the MAP sensor was bad ... I was looking for a new MAP sensor and found one, but not yet mounted him.

About a month ago, my wife and I took a day trip to Aachen. When we wanted to leave in the evening, the mondy did not start.
The first moment I thought: the startermotor is broken.
I called the breakdown service(? :( sorry if the word is wrong) and he tested the battery: Voltage ok, but insufficient starting power. A new battery, was his verdict :wacko: . Since battery-replacement, the problem of torque-absence/smoke has disappeared, so the MAP was not bad. And my thought is that the stuttering was also a result of a weak battery.  Possible?

Glad to hear you got it sorted - did you get dyno printouts of the power/ torque?



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Posted 15 September 2013 - 07:16 AM

Sorry, no dyno-printouts :( .

But there is yet another modification coming, larger injectors, which give more flow, more turbo-boost and if that goes well, I promise: then a dyno-printout.



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Posted 21 September 2013 - 05:30 PM

is your turbo electrically operated?



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Posted 22 September 2013 - 04:49 PM

Sorry for the late answer:

 

Yup, he is.



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