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GialloEvo94
post 25th February 2009 22:39
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QUOTE(Cloverleaf76 @ 25th February 2009 22:38) *
Did the junior have balancer shafts? If so you will need appropriate belt and tensioners too...

Only the 2.0 has balance shafts. The 1.8, 1.6 & 1.4 don't have these.


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post 25th February 2009 22:53
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as far as my junior knowledge goes ... its a standard 1.6 ts with a junior bagde on the side skirts and tail and the seats have "junior" embrioded (sp) in them
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post 3rd March 2009 22:25
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this may seem a simple question i already know the answer to but ill ask it anyway.

with the MAF unplugged: at idle the revs fluctuated like crazy .. and on pulling up through the revs .. e.g 3k in first/second gear going to 4k it kinda resists for an instant blurts for a bit, then kicks in. any release from the throttle in low revs gives a juddery feeling to the drive like running over bricks

im guessing the MAf is unplugged so ecu is throwing the "safe value/default value" of fuel in and other sensors are having fun trying to catch up. is this ok or is there something else that might be out of kilter? as in, regardless of maf in or out (is it just the fuel consuption that goes up( at 63p a litre it isnt that bad but would be nice to keep it as low as possible) , and the crazy reving is something else entirely?

when i put the MAF back in the revs still fluctuate, but very mildly.

side note; i have carefully cleaned the MAF on the weekend and have got some improvement. but not enough to stop me getting a replacement.

forgive me if that made no sense as the tuesday night vodka and cod4 mix are doing its magic, just scared theres more problems ahead as wife is watching her shoe shopping fly out the window for working car parts list, a list that seems ever growing.
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post 13th August 2013 19:57
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hi there if can any.one.help.me with this ..my car was always sluggish and wont be fine at all ..i have 146 ts 2.0 with maf 4pins i fit it yesterday a maf for volvo same number but the 3 ending number is different ..any way the car is alive again like new is that fine? with the ecu ! !!! please some suggestion i'll be thankfull
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post 13th August 2013 21:49
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hi there if can any.one.help.me with this ..my car was always sluggish and wont be fine at all ..i have 146 ts 2.0 with maf 4pins i fit it yesterday a maf for volvo same number but the 3 ending number is different ..any way the car is alive again like new is that fine? with the ecu ! !!! please some suggestion i'll be thankfull

It sounds like you may have solved the problem. Keep an eye on the fuel consumption because if the MAF you've fitted doesn't have the correct calibration for the ECU then the fueling won't be very efficient.

What was the full part number of the MAF?


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post 15th August 2013 20:59
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hi again the part number is 280217102 for volvo the same one for hundai accent model 1995
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