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Barnsley John

 curiosity

  were is it

Is it built in near fuel rail

And with no gauge just a enclosed unit by honda

Thanks john

 

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Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO
6 minutes ago, Barnsley John said:

 curiosity

...killed the cat........don't maintain your poor Honda to death 😉

 

 

6 minutes ago, Barnsley John said:

  were is it

Is it built in near fuel rail

And with no gauge just a enclosed unit by honda

 

It's on your fuel rail.

 

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Though it shouldn't have the vacuum hose connected to the manifold as shown here.

 

Are you still having problems ?

 

6 minutes ago, Barnsley John said:

Thanks john

 

 

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Si.Dalziel
9 minutes ago, Barnsley John said:

 curiosity

  were is it

Is it built in near fuel rail

And with no gauge just a enclosed unit by honda

Thanks john

 


it’s on the fuel rail I’m sure it’s the bit with the plastic hat/cover. It should have a vacuum pipe off it which isn’t connected anymore. Or it’s the other bit on the fuel rail without the hat. Either way it’s on the fuel rail and should have no hose on it.

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Barnsley John
1 hour ago, Ian Kinder (Bagpuss) - Joint Peak District AO said:

...killed the cat........don't maintain your poor Honda to death 😉

 

 

 

It's on your fuel rail.

 

image.png.a798e1faf3280eba8be18af58ac4ff73.png

 

Though it shouldn't have the vacuum hose connected to the manifold as shown here.

 

Are you still having problems ?

 

 

I have not driven scince i fitted 

new fuel filter  2 days ago and decided to finish job off by also cleening icv valve

  waiting for 5 star torx spanner to do icv

Car seems ok in garage  but needs a run

I was reading about someone s fuel pressure guage and  thought were is mine

Its just education no not messing with anything like that

Hoping that the fuel filter that was wrong way was the problem and maybe some crap fuel that s causing issue 

Car in genral as run brill thanks for you repyls john

 

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Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

Fuel pressure gauges should only be used temporarily connected up, either whilst setting the pressure on a variable regulator, or to test that a fixed type is the right one/operating properly. I know some do, but it can be risky in a petrol spraying round the engine compartment sort of way, if one should fail while connected in as you drive round. (They’re not normally designed for that sort of rough service.)

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Barnsley John

Verry good reply and good advice dave

I take it then the ones on our s2000 cars are a preset  unit from the factory and have been calibrated for the standard honda engine setup

Thankyou john

 

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Dave Eastwood (Gadgetman) - Club Secretary

If you have the original Honda throttle body, then the Omex system has been mapped for the Honda pressure regulator, and you don't need to touch it, it's not adjustable.

 

If you have the sepperate throttle bodies, then the Omex ones came with a new pressure regulator, that matched the map, and again, its fixed, so no adjustment necessary.

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Barnsley John

Thankyou

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LukeW
On 29/07/2020 at 17:19, Barnsley John said:

by also cleening icv valve

 

Careful with this @Barnsley John this is one of the jobs I did just before overheating issues 😞 not saying this was/is the cause though! 

Seemed a straight forward job when I was doing it! 

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Barnsley John

Will take that,onbord

I havent started it yet as the 5 spoke tool aint come

Also took car out this morning ang tried the new fuel filter out the right way round nay i say scince finding it wrong way

 

Gave the car a good thrashing this morning it seems perfect so may put that job on hold now as the cause may have been dirty fuel and filter

Thanks

 

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