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joerg_1

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Hi,
one of my injectors is damaged.
I could only get an used injector (I'm just spending my holidays) for my E-TEC 75 2005.
I was able read the datamatrix on the label with my android-smartphone. It offers all needed parameters
(+0283,-0263,+0676,+05500,0434...,1309,-017).
But how do I get them into the .dat file? I had no success to manipulate an original file with different editors. Only cryptic symbols.

Other values on the label:
PN 5004563
SN 0434...
PCN 77957





alana

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Originally Posted by joerg_1
Hi,
one of my injectors is damaged.
I could only get an used injector (I'm just spending my holidays) for my E-TEC 75 2005.
I was able read the datamatrix on the label with my android-smartphone. It offers all needed parameters
(+0283,-0263,+0676,+05500,0434...,1309,-017).
But how do I get them into the .dat file? I had no success to manipulate an original file with different editors. Only cryptic symbols.

Other values on the label:
PN 5004563
SN 0434...
PCN 77957
 i'm impressed its all i can do to turn my phone on. that's what being old
does



Huey

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Hi, unless that second hand injector came with a floppy with that injectors co-efficients you will find it hard to do what you want to do. I have no idea of how to do it and also make sure it is at least physically the right injector becuase nozzles angles have changed thru out the years. What is the P/N of this injector?

Cheers,

Huey.
joerg_1

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The PN is on both injectors the same number: 5004563
The machine is running very well, but, as you shurely know, without the corresponding coefficients the cylinder could be damaged..
Huey

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Yes I know that and why either via bossweb/dealerport you can download the co-efficient or older injectors came with a floppy.

As I said earlier I think you will find it hard to do what you need to do unless you are a wiz with this sort of thing and then you may well damage the powerhead getting it right.

Cheers,

Huey.
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