the thrill goes on....
now i have changed the EGR-valve too, its the same.
if i start driving my car the check engine light comes without any system and shines, till the next time i turn the engine off.
when i turn the key to on without the engine is running and i check the car with my actron...
i thought the OBD 1.5 System means thats is inside the ECM OBD 1 with an OBD 2 connector, therefour i thought its possible to jump it.
but however now i dont have any failure code.
and the check engine light dont flashes everytime, but now i dont driver longer ranges.
i have recognise my exhaust...
its an OBD 1.5, thats an OBD 1 system with an OBD II connector, but i dont know which pins i must connect with the paperclip to read it out.
yes i think, there are not so much. and if not i will get an failure code.
can it be......the code P0705 Comes up, if i check the OBD System with running engine?
yesterday i scan the System without flashing check engine-bulp, the code is still there. if i turn the engine of, the codes doesnt exist.
but i can not scan the System without running engine, everytime when i...
yesterday the check engine lamps flash on.
i keep the engine running, because if i turn it off the engine-light is going off.
i connect my actron 9690 scanner with the car, and get the failure code P 0705.
i delete it, and since this time no check engine light.
whats about that?
i think the vehicles from GM are normaly cheap, dependable, endure a lot and forgive a lot.
the parts are normaly cheap and available worldwide.
i had got some japanese and italian cars, the are finicky, sometimes technically complicated, and the parts are sometimes incredible expensive.
if i overbridge the contact from the high pressure sensor at the backside of the AC compressor.
the air condition runs perfect.
the pressure in the system is normaly arround 5-6 bar. if the ac is on 15 bar.
the high pressure sensor is new.
in the original workshop manual i can fou nd thats its...
now i know more.
after the repair of a loose contact at the connector from the A/C relay, i have a continuosly voltage of around 12,5 V at the conector from the clutch if its not connected with the clutch.
if i conect it with the clutch, the clutch goes of and on in variously interruptions.
today i have installed a new 4 seasons compressor. my old one (delphi) stucks. i think therefore my both compressor clutches will be burned.
maybe the guys in the car workshop have fill in to less oil?
i dont know.
i will flush the system.
if the new 4 seasons compressor will be burned also, i...