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Re: Member Profile - James' GT spec B Wagon - GTB013

Postby bigBADbenny » Thu May 21, 2020 6:09 pm

Kudos re the wing, subtle yet lovely :good:

Is anything preventing your crankcase pressure under boost check?
Need tips?
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Re: Member Profile - James' GT spec B Wagon - GTB013

Postby jamescd » Fri May 22, 2020 4:05 pm

bigBADbenny wrote:Is anything preventing your crankcase pressure under boost check?

Haha nothing other than being lazy. I feel like I've got a million things to sort, and I can't seem to get rid of my hesitation and ECUFlash won't talk to my car for some reason (romraider is working, and I've tried a few things to try and get it working, but it refuses to work).

Need tips?


While I've got you here, any tips on what I should be logging to find my hesitation would be great.
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Re: Member Profile - James' GT spec B Wagon - GTB013

Postby jamescd » Fri May 22, 2020 5:10 pm

I actually did a bit more tweaking of ECUflash (I had previously uninstalled/reinstalled to no avail)

I did a big clean of the files as per here
https://www.evoxforums.com/threads/ecuf ... elp.69667/

Then reinstalled it and the drivers and it has worked, no more fuel pump CEL
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Re: Member Profile - James' GT spec B Wagon - GTB013

Postby jamescd » Fri May 22, 2020 7:11 pm

One code deleted (but I forgot to clear it, so it's still stored, whoops)
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Speaking of my fuel pump, I knew it had to come out to sort my bulkheads, Ryder have updated their install instructions to include the plastic style of pump assembly lid and were very helpful when I messaged them.

Basically I had to grind out a section so that the inner bulkhead could seal nicely against the bottom of the lid. So, out with the fuel pump assembly.
Take the filter and pump off
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The original holes, I was hoping that having the bulkhead seals screwed down tight would allow the top ones to seal enough, but this definitely wasn't the case.
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Using a forstner bit I drilled out a flat round section for the bulkhead to seal against
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All the usual stuff to put it back together
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Hopefully no more leaks
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