Will give it a try. Anyway I booked a visit to my trusted indie for next week, since I am unable to identify the issue and he said that it is worth to have a look at the fuel pump and some seal at the back that has a tendency to fail. Will keep you posted since this seems to be a tough one.Have you tried swapping out your main injection relay?
Engine bay fuse box 3rd one back from maxi-fuses. Red colour.
Have you tried disconnecting the temp sensor and checking it’s value. It should be 2500 ohms~ at ambient.My money is still on the fuel pump or pump relay.....
Hey, Brian. Is that the Air intake temp sensor, which is integrated in the MAF, or the Coolant temp sensor?Have you tried disconnecting the temp sensor and checking it’s value. It should be 2500 ohms~ at ambient.
Just changed mine and the difference is remarkable. It is associated with Valve Timing at start - up, but the absolute detail of how is not apparent from anything I have read. It is probably also linked to spark advance/retard,
If S/A and valve timing are wrong - it will be difficult to start the engine.
The changed conditions with my engine are difficult to attribute to a device that cost only 7 quid. So the extent of the NTC sensors influence upon the engine came as a bit of a shock.
As someone said, not likely to be air sensor in MAF, it’s just a diode and there is next to nothing through it.Hey, Brian. Is thatthe Air intake temp sensor, which is integrated in the MAF, or the Coolant temp sensor?