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Sprinter 312D Fault Code Help

Discussion in 'Engine, Drivetrain, Fuel and Exhaust' started by ki_saj_ng, May 16, 2009.

  1. ki_saj_ng

    ki_saj_ng Member

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    Hi,

    I have a sprinter (1997) 312D with a limp mode problem, its been intermitant for the past couple months. I have had post on here about the turbo not kicking in with very little response so im starting a new thread due to an update.

    The last time I had the sprinter diagnosed it came back with no faults however today it has.

    The following codes were recovered:

    P1351 The start of delivery control loop or the start of injection control loop is faulty

    P0500 Vehicle Speed Signal

    P1352 Component B27 is faulty

    I need help on actually narrowing these faults down?

    Diagnosis man said either the ECU is knackered/faulty because last time it didnt show any codes/faults and this time it has or its a faulty injection pump???

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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    ki_saj_ng

    ki_saj_ng Member

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    i have done some research and discovered this is a "needle lift sensor"

    is this located in an actual injector or is it in the injector pump?

    thanks
     
  3. phasesonix

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    it's inside the injector with the wire going to it-It has a brown plug on the end.
     
  4. dieselman

    dieselman Senior Member

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    Before condemning the injector try cleaning the contacts in the connector as the output voltage is tiny.
     

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