Sometimes upon start, and most notably and the example cited above when driving at slow speed. Am I correct in stating that the actual pump is located in the tank? I have an 87 Porsche 944 an 84 Porsche 928S a 76 Porsche 914 2. We are always looking for top class Companies to join and support this website, so to get more details of our excellent value advertising packages please for full details. My baby was running fine until yesterday and then all of a sudden it felt like fuel is not reaching the engine. I expect that the seals are either dimensioned inadequately on some pumps or there is an assembly problem wherein the seals are slightly scored during assembly some talk is of lint or some dirt getting on them at that time leading to failure at those high pressures. The higher the number, the more the lift pump has to run to maintain fuel pressure to the High Pressure Fuel Pump. The vehicle was taken to the dealer several times and the contact was always advised that nothing was wrong with the vehicle.
Error code P2293 deals with the fuel pressure on the second fuel pressure sensor or thrust sensor. In later car models, the car's computer can usually keep the vehicle running, but the engine warning light on the dashboard goes on to warn the driver. The final approval hearing is scheduled for March 11, 2011. Start the engine cold and drive a mile but don't let the engine warm up. This causes the ignition coil to provide a spark and the injector to inject fuel into each cylinder at the right time.
I could just spend the money and throw parts at it, and believe me, at this stage of the game I'm tempted to do just that. After doing some additional research, I ran some more logs after adding in the lambda value. Ive run across older threads on the subject but would like to get some more Recent opinions. The contact stated that there was a sweet, burning smell present in the vehicle for two years. Within 1st year, the car would stall and completely shut down, necessitating a re-start. Let me know what you find out. While logging a variety of driving conditions I'm seeing a Fuel Rail Pressure range of 536 to 2416 psi 37 to 166 bar.
When I asked both them and Audi North America about a class action lawsuit regarding similar problems with 61,000 other Audi owners across the U. Its going to the dealer tonight fortunately under warranty. This particular vehicle; Audi A4 T2. This was an exact fit and fixed the problem. If i turn the car off and then on again the fault doesnt come back. I sent it back to the dealer right away and going through some diagnosis, we need to replace the engine because the crankshaft inside the engine's got broken sleeves.
Someone mentioned that it was typically around 2K rpm range at the low end of the fuel pressure range. I have to turn the knob kn the dashboard on the off position and turn them back on the on position and they start working again. The check engine light has been coming on since 48k as well. It looks like it's something I'm going to have to consider. In late summer of 2013, I began noticing that the car jerked heavily when putting it into reverse from a parked position. Start watching the rail fuel pressure - it should stay steady for at least three to four minutes.
Took it back to the same placed and they replaced the following 1. While driving 40 mph, the vehicle stalled. If you have 2006 or lower year you need a 116 bar thrust sensor or pressure sensor. If either sensor isn't working correctly, the car will run rough and the engine will be less efficient. However, cannot vouch for long-term reliability as I just recently bought it. However there is Heres a link for a high pressure fuel pump but it describes how to remove the fuel pump high-flow fuel pump install in an A4 somewhat of a How-to - audiWorld Forums If you have 12V to the fuel pump. I am not sure but is it possible that the hpfp cut off when it is in just higher rpm and if the temp is high? Nothing could be done to prevent.
I ran I took it to the dealer in Chicago and they said re-tested the low pressure fuel pump in the tank and said it was running at 100%. ? I ended up having the fuel code p2293. Located on top of the fuel pump. Almost immediately after purchase, transmission exhibited bumpy lurching start from stop. If it is the cam shaft wear issue that is getting me It kinda sucks that audi would sell a product with this known Im late to this party but hope someone is till awake.
Regardless of how you approach it, you should get this fixed right away. The sensor is found on the fuel rail on the 2. Even though my car has only 91000 miles less than the 120000 miles required by Audi it is over the 10 year period. Probably something to do with their support for E85. He then refused to honor my appeal and stated that it did have internal damage due to lackof oil pressure showing no evidence only to refuse to discuss this matter any further with me returning back to his office. Thank you Welder75 for your reply, The only code that the car is throwing is P2293 when the rpm exceeds 2500 or actually 2900, that happens if i am in parking or if i am driving, i checked the timing belt and the cam follower, both are good.
The turbo was acting up at 48000 and didnt have power while in 45 and 6 gear at least once a day. The contact was advised by the mechanic that a plastic piece of the radiator had fractured on and allowed anti -freeze to leak into the vehicle, causing the sweet, burning odor. The pieces breaking off the pulley went between timing belt and pulley and cause the timing to go out. The wear on the cam often leads to wear of the bucket tappet base which may disintegrate. Im having some issues with power loss in the higher rpms in 3rd4th5th gears and at this point am turning to the fuel pump being so old and not able to keep up. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic to be diagnosed.