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Old 21st December 2015, 11:25   #1
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Since buying a T4, and a Freelander TD4 for my wife we have made some progress with the diesel engine.

Previously the diesel 75/ZT was accessed using a BMW protocol but we have now discovered that the Testbook T4 (at least with Landrover code on it) accesses these ECUs in a completely different MG Rover way so we have started to implement that.

We have also improved the error code definitions that are displayed for these ECUs.

This new ISO mode is not yet tested on a 75/ZT so if anyone can try it out and confirm that it works it would be great. Note that the pedal switch readings don't seem to work yet on the TD4 so these need some more work.

This is what the injector balance screen looks like on an idling engine:-


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Old 21st December 2015, 16:44   #2
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much prefer seeing data in this format...it makes a little more sense, and yes I know this is not injectors (different screen)

Mind you I am not technically minded

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Since buying a T4, and a Freelander TD4 for my wife we have made some progress with the diesel engine.

Previously the diesel 75/ZT was accessed using a BMW protocol but we have now discovered that the Testbook T4 (at least with Landrover code on it) accesses these ECUs in a completely different MG Rover way so we have started to implement that.

We have also improved the error code definitions that are displayed for these ECUs.

This new ISO mode is not yet tested on a 75/ZT so if anyone can try it out and confirm that it works it would be great. Note that the pedal switch readings don't seem to work yet on the TD4 so these need some more work.

This is what the injector balance screen looks like on an idling engine:-

Whatever car you had that connected to Phillip, it would benefit from a dose of Forte injector cleaner

And for Keith here is what a set of decent injectors look like.........



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It has done 128,000 miles, and yes it is a rough thing. My wife loves it to bits though.
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