Check the wiring to the injectors maybe?
Is that at 2K rpm? 14.2 is OK, given the age of the car that may be what was deemed good at the time, these days 14.7 is the norm.
It's a P38, if it has a hard fault, the "Slow 35 mph" message will show and the EAS will drop to the bump stops. Some transient faults will cause...
A new dryer dump desiccant in mine after a few months.
Bit like Malaria.
15 quid? That's expensive, paid €7.50 for my last one. Works with diff oil if the spray arm is removed so you just have the pipe.
That's good news.
My Jack Russell/Border Collie cross loves tearing around our garden too and he has the added advantage of a cooling dip in the river in summer....
Do the plugs look washed clean?
13.8 volts is no good, on the L322 it should be around 14.7 volts. Sounds like your alternator is sick.
LOL, they need shearing:cool:
Them's funny looking sheep in your avatar:eek::D:D:D
I agree with SV8
You saying it will not lower? Unscrew the air silencer on the side of the valve block and look for white deposits.
Run the aircon and there should not be any condensation.
I'd be worried about the open hatch drawing in exhaust fumes.
The sensing element is also different to a petrol MAF.
Lots of the HP24's are low mileage, and for £200 compared to the best part of £3K for an Ashcroft rebuild a secondhand one is worth a shot IMO.
I think you will find that the UJ's are supposed to be out of phase.
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