Minor typo in fuel injection article

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  1. shipoopi

    shipoopi New Member

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    Really informative article on Fuel Injection Systems - just spent the morning studying and making notes. One minor point - is there a typo/word missing in the para starting 'The HPFP pressurizes...'?


    The HPFP pressurizes .... Fuel is metered at the pump but a fuel pressure regulator valve on the right end of the rail also (regulates/controls??) fuel pressure in the rail by bleeding off pressure.

    Thanks again for the great article.
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    Hmm....it may be an error in transmission. I see it fine. Try doing a hard refresh of your page, control+F5 to reload it.

    I see:

    The HPFP pressurizes diesel fuel up to 26,107 psi (1800 bar) in an "accumulator rail", shown below on a CBEA engine, a common tube/rail shared by all of the fuel injectors. Unlike most common rail systems which are made by suppliers, VW makes the common rail themselves. (Bosch makes the fuel pump). Fuel is metered at the pump but a fuel pressure regulator valve on the right end of the rail also fuel pressure in the rail by bleeding off pressure.

    thank you for bringing it up and if you still don't see it I'll try to figure out why.

    Also, post moved to site correction/suggestions section.
  3. shipoopi

    shipoopi New Member

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    Minor Typo

    Sorry ccbb I didn't make my post very clear.

    I inserted the first few words of the para to identify whereabouts in the article i was referring to. I can read all the text after it. No I thought that there was a missing word after '...of the rail also'.

    Maybe I'm reading the sentence wrong.:confused:
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  5. Keithuk

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    I've notice another simple typo in http://www.myturbodiesel.com/1000q/a3b4/key-remote-program.htm is says

    With 1 key in the ingition to ON,.

    There reason I'm looking at this page is my http://www.myturbodiesel.com/forum/f4/passat-immobilizer-4472/#post20396 problem the VCDS won't go into the 11 - Immobilizer it says No responce from Controller. I've asked Derek at Ilexa and he says it could have the Immobilizer box on the steering column or its part of the instrument pack. I was looking for the picture of the white box on the column. There is no white or any colour box on the steering column.

    Sorry for being so critical. ;)
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    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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    Sorry for being dense, what is the typo? To make me see it easier, what would you suggest to correct it?

    Our passats didn't have the immobilizer so they are different.
  7. Keithuk

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    If you look in the link its 3. in the set of numbered bullet points under Procedure.

    3. With 1 key in the ingition to ON, turn and hold another key in the driver's door lock to UNLOCK and hold for 15 seconds, or until you hear a beep, let go of the door key and let the key return to neutral.

    Swap the g & n in ignition. ;)

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