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Hi I have a QSD 150 that has just had a new ECU and Turbo fitted under warranty. Hoever now sometime it just wont rev over 3000RPM other time it is fine. In addition the sterndrive trim only works at low revs and will not work at high revs. When the Engine hrs were 180 but since the new ECU are now 6hrs. Thank for your help.
Posted by Anonymous on
I think you should go back to your dealer to fix those problems. The original problem isn't solved totally with the done replacements.
Working yourself on the engine could void your warranty!
Posted on Nov 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Renault Megane
Have you tried the idle control valve, these can stick & cause the engine to rev high. Have had this problem on a few cars, a Vectra being the worst, but quick clean with brake cleaner & good as new.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
These cars used a motor underneath the intake manifold to control the idle. The crank sensor may need to be checked, the signal to the motor needs to be checked. If you have a seperate control module (passenger footwell, right side, behind the plastic) under the main fuel control module, you may want to check the wiring on that as well. The Haynes manual for these vehicles describe the system very well.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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