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Postby gerry j on Mon Dec 04, 2017 3:56 pm

2002 2.2dti lwb 4+4.recently replaced clutch.both actuators on both axles.4+4 working fine.green light wont stop flashing.my problem is the eml.comes on on tickover then goes out when put into gear ,increase revs to pull away and light goes out and stays out.it does not affect running of the car,all it does is get on my nerves.any thoghts would be very much appreciated.thanks in advance...Gerry j.
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Re: engine management light

Postby stretch on Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:03 pm

Have you replaced the vac pipes? Did you ensure all hoses were reconnected correctly?
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Re: engine management light

Postby fogman on Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:19 pm

the fact the green light on the 4x4 button keeps flashing means 4wd is not engaging properly, it should be a solid light. if both actuators have been replaced recently id check all vac pipes are connected properly , as for the eml coming on briefly that could be caused by the vac pipes. might be an idea to see if any codes have registered !
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Re: engine management light

Postby gerry j on Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:04 pm

all vac pipes have been replaced in correct order,very very recently.the 4 wheel drive works as it should do.the green light goes solid.both axles are working.know this as I have had it up on a ramp at a mates garage.when you press button to come out of 4 wheel drive the axles disengage but the green light just carries on flashing.i might have upset my mate as I am always bothering him for the use of his ramp.all vac pipes have been done correctly.so perhaps you can understand my problem.but thank you for any thoughts you might have had.no codes registered.everything cleared.
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Re: engine management light

Postby bleu boy on Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:19 pm

Had the same problem with mein bud it was the pipe line that comes from the back off the bulk head am sure it goes to the actuator or turbo meins was off a little bit bud the pipe to get to you have to stand over the front off engine it's right at the bulk head underneath windscreen
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Re: engine management light

Postby stretch on Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:30 pm

Pipe that is by the bulkhead goes into the vac pump this one often gets missed/left as it's fiddly.
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Re: engine management light

Postby gerry j on Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:06 pm

that is the thought that I have eventually arrived at.thank you for your thoughts.i will have a stab at it next week when I can have access to my mates ramp.in the dry and warmth.once again thank you.
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Re: engine management light

Postby bleu boy on Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:43 am

You don't need a ramp bud take your plastic cover off top off engine and you'll see it a bit better sits right underneath your windscreen so you have to practically lye over the top off your engine to reach it so better done on the ground bud Easyer to get to just abit fidley to put pipe on a stood on a few concrete block just to get a bit height so a could reach over to put pipe on made it a bit Easyer rather than standing normal to reach it
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