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Author Topic: Integrale Evo: wires dangling under the bonnet - HELP!  (Read 1992 times)
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hyena1
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« on: 19 August, 2010, 01:22:41 PM »

Recently bought an Evo and goes OK but has "Injection" warning light on and has this unattached under the bonnet - advice welcome!
Thanks, Mark


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Mark Blackburn 4476
1992 Hyena
1988 Integrale 8v (ex-Alan Hutton)
2011 Ypsilon [yes it is a Lancia, just got wrong badges on Smiley]
2014 Ypsilon - this one's black


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« Reply #1 on: 19 August, 2010, 04:52:24 PM »

SORRY! Posted this in the wrong place...
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1992 Hyena
1988 Integrale 8v (ex-Alan Hutton)
2011 Ypsilon [yes it is a Lancia, just got wrong badges on Smiley]
2014 Ypsilon - this one's black


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« Reply #2 on: 19 August, 2010, 07:38:03 PM »

Hi Mark

Couldn't resist another evo then!

I'm pretty sure its part of  the 'fuel evaporation circuit' which basically prevents petrol vapours being released to atmosphere, they are diverted through various valves to a charcoal cannister located next to the washer bottle in the boot. I had a look on my car and the loose pipe attaches underneath the valve (there are 3 pipes connected to it). Whether that would cause the injection light to come on I'm not sure.

The engine/injection light would come on in Margaret's 156 (drove perfectly), especially after a prolonged period of town driving, a full tank of V-Power combined with some Redex and then an Italian tune-up would always make it go out ! I'm having some work done on the GTtomorrow at Autocasa in Coventry. I'll ask Enzo (LMC member and evo owner) for any suggestions.

Regards Steve
BTW are you doing the Cotswold Economy Drive this weekend?
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hyena1
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« Reply #3 on: 20 August, 2010, 12:31:15 PM »

Thanks Steve P for moving this and thanks Steve G for helpful answer - will give it a go!
And yes am off to Cotswolds but unfortunately not in a Lancia - Hyena overheating, haven't had a chance to sort out why yet & Evo with my dad in France
See you there
Mark
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1992 Hyena
1988 Integrale 8v (ex-Alan Hutton)
2011 Ypsilon [yes it is a Lancia, just got wrong badges on Smiley]
2014 Ypsilon - this one's black


07711 880172
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« Reply #4 on: 20 August, 2010, 09:13:49 PM »

Good luck , I shall be passing the crown onto someone else Smiley as I'm on holiday from tomorrow this year ...
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Steve Pilgrim
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1993 Delta HF integrale Evo II (Hammond's Icon - No.4)

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