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Old December 29th, 2009, 17:48   #1
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i glad i found this great forums.

so i have one things to ask

can i adjust the injection pump manualy ?

car octavia TDI alh 90hp
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Old December 29th, 2009, 18:12   #2
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can i adjust the injection pump manualy ?
Yes. See the TDI Articles for the timing belt installation instructions. The adjustment to the injection pump is at the end. You need a VCDS cable http://www.ross-tech.com/ to carry out the procedure.
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Old December 29th, 2009, 18:49   #3
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thank
but what i ment is no software or any computer

and one more thing

the turbo outlet line where the ruber pipe and the blastic pipe befor the intercooler has disconnected (the bolt that was hole the blastic pipe was missed .that the reason).i join them but sens then i hear air coming out
i checked and i seen oil where the connection was take a part
does thes leak effect the power to much ?

note .i realize that the n75 valve cause over boosting .the turbo was to loud and i felt power lose, and choked engine especially after the 3000 rpm .befor that the car was like hell
i take the n75 valve off and opend it .i found greasy black inside. i wash it .the turbo no more loud sound .and thats lead me to my question above
does thes leak effect the power to much ?

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Old December 30th, 2009, 08:08   #4
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Old December 30th, 2009, 13:18   #5
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I assume English is not your first language so I will try and make a stab at answering your questions based on my interpretation.
You can adjust the pump timing without access to VCDS. But how will you know if it's correct and not too advanced or retarded? If you don't have access to VCDS then take it to someone who does, take it to a dealer, or just leave it alone.

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does thes leak effect the power to much ?
If the pipe is leaking you are not getting the required amount of boost so yes this will affect power drastically.

ps perhaps if you added the details of where you live there may be someone who speaks your native tongue and could assist you better. Save you struggling with English.
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