AutoJacob

Citroen C1 1.0 3 Cylinder, help!

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FFS Sort it out ;)

How complicated can it be, just imagine 3 Briggs and Strattons joined together :lol:

It's minus one "Bang" is it getting Juice, is it Sucking, is it Squeezing, is it Blowing, is it Sparking ......................

Jesus, even Benji's bird in the Matalan Frock down the "Dog and Duck Karaoke" can get Juice, Suck, Squeeze, Bang and Blow, and all in the same 10 minutes :lol::lol::lol:

And she didn't drop her Kebab & Chips :P

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30 minutes ago, Dave2302 said:

Jesus, even Benji's bird in the Matalan Frock down the "Dog and Duck Karaoke" can get Juice, Suck, Squeeze, Bang and Blow, and all in the same 10 minutes :lol::lol::lol:

And she didn't drop her Kebab & Chips :P

Hahaha 

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20 hours ago, have a word with the wife said:

what is this ?

as i suggested / asked earlier, have you changed the map sensor ?

why ? because the vacum control valve is  NOT  the map sensor ...........

Changed map sensor and no difference.. I'm thinking that the exhaust might be blocked as at low revs it's fine only when under load / high revs does it misfire.

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42 minutes ago, AutoJacob said:

Changed map sensor and no difference.. I'm thinking that the exhaust might be blocked as at low revs it's fine only when under load / high revs does it misfire.

borrow a vacum gauge, gauge slowly reading down indicates a blocked exhaust or a fault in the cat BUT a blocked exhaust would not give a misfire, not used jump pack have you ? 

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1 hour ago, Stalker said:

Get a multimeter on those injectors :rolleyes:

Have done all reading 12.5 ohms

23 hours ago, have a word with the wife said:

what is this ?

as i suggested / asked earlier, have you changed the map sensor ?

why ? because the vacum control valve is  NOT  the map sensor ...........

Changed map sensor and no difference.. I'm thinking that the exhaust might be blocked as at low revs it's fine only when under load / high revs does it misfire.

1 hour ago, have a word with the wife said:

borrow a vacum gauge, gauge slowly reading down indicates a blocked exhaust or a fault in the cat BUT a blocked exhaust would not give a misfire, not used jump pack have you ? 

Ok I'll see what this brings and nope not had to jump it.

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1 minute ago, AutoJacob said:

Have done all reading 12.5 ohms

Changed map sensor and no difference.. I'm thinking that the exhaust might be blocked as at low revs it's fine only when under load / high revs does it misfire.

yes you said once already :wacko:;)

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1 minute ago, have a word with the wife said:

yes you said once already :wacko:;)

Haha I know it seems to have embedded it's self in my latest reply.

I've managed to delay hand over until after Christmas so if it needs an engine then it gets an engine.. we will check the exhaust tomorrow morning. Fed up who would have thought these little tin can cars would be so complex.

I've been told it may potentially be an ECU fault which shuts down the injector in Cyl 3, however it seems to be very rare.

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During the war when we were stuck in the desert the only tools we had were a Manchester screwdriver and a vacuum gauge these two tools saved us and we got a Victoria cross sandwiches medal,so the moral of the story is vacuum gauge before noid

,think about it what tool is more versatile,answer none but the Manchester screwdriver draws a close second if the gauge fails to deliver...........just sayin:lol:     

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Bit the bullet and put an engine in it, runs and drives fine now.

Going to take the head off the old engine and see what caused the ruckus.

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6 minutes ago, AutoJacob said:

Bit the bullet and put an engine in it, runs and drives fine now.

Going to take the head off the old engine and see what caused the ruckus.

Be interesting to see!

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14 minutes ago, AutoJacob said:

Bit the bullet and put an engine in it, runs and drives fine now.

Going to take the head off the old engine and see what caused the ruckus.

poor servicing,wrong oil,blocked vari cam?

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43 minutes ago, boring dave said:

poor servicing,wrong oil,blocked vari cam?

Already serviced it before it went on the pitch.. gutted wasted some valuable 10-40 on that piece of shit broken engine :D

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On 12/22/2018 at 10:07 AM, justina3 said:

I did that in an auction once my head would not stop bleeding for ages, had to stand in the auction with a load of toilet paper holding my head together. 

You would have to pay for such a privilege these days

Can we start at £1 a sheet ladies and gentlemen

Come on now,I have an internet bidder at £2 and buyer can stand on for all the 44 sheets

Can we say 3?

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On 12/29/2018 at 5:22 PM, LINGSzCARS said:

poor servicing,wrong oil,blocked vari cam?

 

8 hours ago, New year revolutions...... said:

You would have to pay for such a privilege these days

Can we start at £1 a sheet ladies and gentlemen

Come on now,I have an internet bidder at £2 and buyer can stand on for all the 44 sheets

Can we say 3?

Hey @New year revolutions...... .... did you not notice........@boringdave aka JasonDoyleMotors.... etc.....  changed his name to @LINGSzCARS

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8 minutes ago, Umer said:

Did you ever fix it at the end? Thanks 

He changed the engine from a breaker 

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6 minutes ago, Casper said:

He changed the engine from a breaker 

Oh okay I see, Thanks 

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48 minutes ago, Umer said:

Oh okay I see, Thanks 

No probs welcome 

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