155 Fuel System Trouble?
Model : 155 2.0 TS
Hope you all are well? Better than I am at this stage?
I have had a lot of trouble with my 155 these last couple of months. As you can see I have a couple of threads posted.
Okay, where do I begin?
1. I put a new copper head gasket on the head after having a lot of issues with the head and gaskets.
2. While I was busy, replaced the timing belt and all the pulleys with that, including the balance belt and all its pulleys.
3. Replaced the inlet, and exhaust pulleys on the cams.
4. Replaced the cam variator on the inlet cam.
Then after all of that, I still had a knocking noise coming from somewhere. After further inspection I found that the big end bearing on the crank were shot to pieces.
Luckily no damage on the crank or the sleeves or pistons.
But….now after about two weeks of driving and without any warning, the car cut out on me.
It was like there was no fuel getting through to the motor. I checked that there was actually fuel in the tank.
After getting home and taking the inlet pipe to the fuel rail off, there was fuel getting through to the rail.
I then disconnected the fuel rail off of the motor and then gave the motor a turn, the injectors are spraying in perfect timing and in the perfect spray.
I don’t know if there is a block in the system somewhere? She starts up but does not respond to any throttle and dies as soon you try to move?
Apologies for the essay, but I thought I’d give more detail to get clear advise.
'96 155 2.0 TS 16V