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Everything posted by Loren

  1. According to the parts list those are no longer used. The screws are sufficient.
  2. P1133 Lambda control adaptation FRAU (lower load range) - below limit value or above limit value Possible fault causes - Incorrect main filling signal from hot-film mass air flow meter - Fuel pressure too high - Injection valve faulty (dripping) - Tank vent faulty (does not close completely) or Possible fault causes - Intake system leaking (secondary air) - Incorrect main filling signal from hot-film mass air flow meter - Leak in exhaust system - Fuel pressure too low - Fuel injector faulty (stuck) - Fuel pump delivery too low P1126 Lambda control
  3. That looks like the battery vent tube - perhaps fallen down from the battery tray. Early batteries needed a vent sinc ethey were inside (mostly) closed compartment. Later AGM batteries do not require a vent.
  4. I think you are asking about a modification no one has done. In general people tend to stick with installs from one manufacturer.
  5. Radio codes are based off serial numbers. If you gave me the correct serial number and the code I gave you does not work then it is likely that your radio has been repaired by someone other than Becker (the manufacturer). In that case I can not help you - Perhaps Becker can (for a price).
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