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I have one misfiring on cylinder 4. Of course swapping coils on the back side without breaking the vacuum booster pipe is a delicate operation. That didn't help. Tech2 is pretty limited in what it can show with ME9. I found out that after so many misfires ME9 shuts off the injector to the misfiring cylinder. Very tricky Mr. Bosch. I went to activate injector 4 to listen for clicking and found that you can turn it on one time. Then you have to turn it off and start the engine before you can turn it on one more time. On every other system you can set it to activate repeatedly and listen. Not so with ME9.
I know, I'm ranting. Just to disconnect the TCM connector on these cars you have to remove the battery and battery box and drain the coolant. I understand that they are fun to drive, but even though it would mean less revenue for me, I hope they rarely break.
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- ME9 is crap., John Myers , Fri, 27 Apr 2012 07:23:39
- Haha, Chadwick , Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:16:30
- Re: Haha, DrewP , Mon, 30 Apr 2012 13:57:27
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