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3667Re: [bmw e28] Leaking injectors (was temp sensors)

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  • david patterson
    Jun 6, 2005
      Start with the cold start injector(valve)!Also inspect the thermo time switch as this is what gives the cold start injector its ground to operate! The injectors on the other hand need the pulsed ground from ECU to spray.No REAL EASY way to test but to remove the fuel rail but I am still
      leaning towards the cold start injector!!!Do this with engine cold because the cold start injector will not spray if temperature is over 95 degree F.If you want to check temp sensor 2 ,the resistance should be 2000,3000 ohms @ 68 degree F. And if you want,check temp sensor 1
      on the air box and it should be 2100 to 2900 ohms @68 degree F.

      David

      okareka12000 <okareka12000@...> wrote:
      Thanks for the advice David. Is there an easy way to check/fix the
      problem? Dave NZ




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