Re: Universal M25 losing power
Bleeding the fuel system:
I just listened to the video of bleeding. One of the interesting parts is that they suggested cracking the injector lines first, and only then referred to the knurled knob before the lines to the injectors.
On my engine (M25, D850) the knurled knob is ALL that is needed IF YOU HAVE AN ELECTRIC FUEL PUMP. It's a lot easier to turn the ignition switch on to get the lift pump working and then just open the knurled knob. No need to ever touch the injectors themselves.
Way, way back, I also posted this, right here on this forum: Universal M25 Series Engine Information
Stu Jackson, C34, 1986, M25 engine, Rocna 10 (22#)
Last edited by Stu Jackson; 09-25-2012 at 03:30 PM.