codes are as before: 0202/3/4.
I'm increasingly thinking it's the emulator.
Hi everyone. As you can see im a LPG virgin.
I bought my LPG on the cheap with this very problem that is listed here.
I have my own code reader & the same faults keep popping up on petrol.
It kangeroos everywhere until your up to about 40mph then everything seems fine.
In reverse it is sweet as a nut!!
Codes P0202/3/4 injector circuit/ open cylinder 2/3/4
So I changed the injectors. No joy & same codes.
I since then joined this forum & see PJPJ & Rossko seem pretty clued up.
So I changed the emulator, 4 pin & 10 pin & £75. I plugged the new emulator in & it didnt even want to start.
I switched emulators back to my old one it started on the button. I cleared the codes & switched emulators back to the new 1
No joy, my mrs is good with printed circuit boards & noticed that the diodes in the new 1 may be upside down looking at the silver strip at the top
I took it back thinking I have purchased a faulty new part. They said the same thing with the diodes.
3 days later the exchanged part arrives. Guess what? Same thing. Not starting, same codes & diodes maybe upside down.
As soon as I plug my old 1 in it fires up, runs really nice until you pull away on petrol & kangeroos
Sometimes the EML flashes on gas. Seems to run a little bit better on gas but the airbox pops & seems a bit restricted
Im not too worried about gas at the minute as that might sort out once I cure the petrol problem 1st
Could I really have purchased another faulty emulator? Garage says no chance & they want £68 an hour labour maybe just to tell me it is another faulty emulator. Im running the necam koltec system, just been made redundant but managing to sell part worn tyres to bring in some money but really need to get the van running. Running around dropping off & fitting tyres in my opel manta B is just killing it the poor girl
Obviously any help is much appreciated as im losing sleep at night lol
Is there any way of testing the emulator with a multimeter?