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Old 05-02-2017, 05:04 AM
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I've got '87 audi 100 c3 with 2.2L KZ engine (the same was mounted in 5000). Previous owner made some modifications due to installation of LPG. I removed it because it caused a lot of problems. Now I'm trying to get everything back to original state. For this moment I've got very rich fuel mixture. In engine bay I've got some cut cables. I tried to find it with multi-meter where it should be connected and I found that temperature sensor is disconnected. After making a correct (I think so) current for EHA is ideal (10mA) but engine won't start. Cold/warm starts and stops just after. I've found one disconnected sensor placed next to cold start temperature sensor. Where it should be connected?

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Old 06-23-2017, 02:54 AM
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Hi,

I've moved some things forward and engine is working better than previous. Does anyone has diagram where and what sensors should be for this engine?

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