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1 hour ago, ma77hewsu11ivan said:

The actual value doesn't read 40. It reads 40.0k Again, what happens when you drive it?


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When i start the car after a couple of hours standing still i get a very rough idle, like it is misfiring. It also take about 5 to 10 seconds before the car starts. 

The rough idle goes away after +- 30 seconds OR when i revv the car a little bit. Then it goes away and idles 'normal' however even then i don't think it is that smooth as it should be.

I also notice a lack of power when i fully press the acc. pedal. It's just not as smooth or powerfull as it should be even when the rough idle is gone.

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16 hours ago, ma77hewsu11ivan said:

The actual value doesn't read 40. It reads 40.0k Again, what happens when you drive it?


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Ok i tried with another OBD reader. Seems like you are right. This ones gives me indeed 40 bar actual value at idle. When driving it goes to around 120bar max. But i do notice that my actual value is fluctuating around the setpoint value. not a lot but when it should be 40bar it sometimes goes to 36  bar or 42 bar etc.

 

 

But since the biggest problem is at the startup i wonder what the high fuel pressure should be when the car is turned off?

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You have all the pieces. Time to solve the puzzle. I'd start with a pressure test and flow rate to make sure your LP pumps are getting enough fuel where it needs to go. If the pumps are original, you'll want to replace both along with fuel pressure regulator and filter regardless as the originals WILL fail, but that's a bit pricey... Could be just a dirty throttle body, a failing FPR, a semi-clogged fuel filter, injectors, coils, plugs, crappy gas, weak battery, wire weirdness...


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I will check that tommorow, i am leaving the car 24h without starting to check the high fuel pressure to see how much is gone after 24h.

Do you know what high pressure value it should have with the engine off? I believe it should be at least 40 bar so it can start easily because the idle requires 40 bar too.

I am just trying to eliminate possible failures.

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