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    Thread: OBD connector location

    1. Member Sallad's Avatar
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      04-17-2010 07:21 PM #26
      There are four pins, don't you need to jump two of them and hook the LED to the others? I thought I read that in the Bentley somewhere.
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      04-17-2010 08:54 PM #27
      After talking to some friends about blink codes, I was also told to watch for the CEL but no one mentioned the jumper part(of course, they don't have VWs )
      I'll definitely give this a shot in the morning

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      04-17-2010 09:01 PM #28
      Nope you just use a jumper on the bottom two pins. No LED because the CEL is what is flashing
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      04-17-2010 10:34 PM #29
      My car doesn't have a CEL.
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      04-17-2010 10:37 PM #30
      Theres not one in your cluster? Should be.
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      04-18-2010 10:37 AM #31
      Edit: I googled it. It says it's my injector on cylinder 1. Should I simply replace this? Or replace them all to be safe? Fuel system cleaner has been run through it twice since I bought it because I didn't trust that the previous owner took care of it
      Edit edit: Also, what size injectors would be stock?
      Got some numbers for you. But it didn't make complete sense to me so here it goes:
      1 long flash
      pause
      4 short
      pause
      4 short
      pause
      1 short
      pause
      1 short
      pause
      then it starts from the top

      Modified by ibanezguy19 at 7:58 AM 4-18-2010


      Modified by ibanezguy19 at 7:59 AM 4-18-2010

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      04-18-2010 12:28 PM #32
      Quote, originally posted by AtomixMK3 »
      Theres not one in your cluster? Should be.

      Nope, the bulb hole was empty. I guess the PO could have removed it. But no matter now, as I did a swap anyways.
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      04-18-2010 12:38 PM #33
      4411 Fuel Injector (N30) - injector faulty or wiring to valve damaged/open or shorted. Check wiring to valve. Check for injector signal using LED test light or injector signal tester. If signal is present, injector is probably faulty and should be replaced.
      To test the injector disconnect the harness connector for the injector and with a DVOM check the resistance across the injector terminals. Resistance should be 15 - 21.5 ohms. If resistance is incorrect its probably a good idea to replace the injector. If the resistance is fine with a test light or DVOM check the pins on the harness connector while having an assistant crank the engine. The test light should light up or show some voltage if not check the wiring
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      04-21-2010 04:24 PM #34
      Sorry it's been so long but I tested today and here's what I got:
      The resistance measured 16 ohms and the voltage on the wire read between 12 and 13 volts. I didn't have someone to crank it but would leaving it running do the same thing?

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