Cluster & fuel pump issue

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Roffa230
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Re: Cluster & fuel pump issue

Post by Roffa230 » Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:22 am

I have checked the wiring from the lambda sensor, and no visible cracks or breaks. However I met a Polo fan yesterday who was saying that it could be caused by a clogged injector. I searched a bit on the internet, and the symptoms seem to same i'm experiencing. Now my question is, are these injectors easy to remove so i can clean them. Or should i spend 3 times the average monthly salary to get them cleaned by the only company on the island that can do it?

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Re: Cluster & fuel pump issue

Post by alexperkins » Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:24 am

Injectors have to be ultrasonically cleaned. It’s not something you can do yourself

The fault will be with the sensor. The injector won’t cause an oxygen error

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