I agree about the diagnosis, but if the O rings didnt fix the oil then it's the head gasket leaking! However no oil now.orings are serviceable, you dont have replacement injectors unless they are identical
flow rate is ONLY ONE aspect of the injector
unless you are entering the specific parameters into the ecm, dont interchange
your ecm are only programmed for the injector they came with from the factory
I dont see how you concluded the injectors were the cause of the no idling, some misdiagnosis there
You see how easy that was. You have identified a problem with the EEC/ ECM/ computer, whatever you want to call it.Hi, I just went out now and checked it! No CEL light on. (see pic)
OK! I got 4.60 v (see pic) negative wire 0.04 ... no codes from the dashIf the bulb is good
check for the ability to retrieve codes, if NO COMM
unplug the ACT, look for 5v volts on one of the two wires with the key in run.
WELL, I will try to retrieve codes from the EEC? with the light tester? Same test= key on position.if you have a code reader
hook it up and see if you retrieve codes
OKAY I'm waiting for a code reader(next week) meanwhile I checked the water temp socket and the petrol regulatorYou see how easy that was. You have identified a problem with the EEC/ ECM/ computer, whatever you want to call it.
It’s possible that the bulb has failed, but unlikely in my opinion given your symptoms.
You can still try to retrieve codes from the EEC-IV test port under the hood by using your own 12v bulb there. IF the EEC is indeed faulty, you will not be able to retrieve codes.
Do Not jump ahead and install the extra EEC you have in the parts box. You could damage it without knowing what potentially caused the other to fail.