Common rail pressure limiting valve opening failure is one of the most common failures in diesel vehicles. Once the common rail pressure limiting valve opening failure occurs, the engine will enter the limp function. The engine limits the torque.
Once the electronically controlled engine fails, the fuel injector and fuel metering unit will be replaced frequently. Among them, the suction control valve is often due to the valve body being worn and stuck, which often leads to failures such as difficulty in establishing rail pressure, difficulty in starting, intermittent flameout, and speed limit at 1500 rpm.
In terms of machinery, if the oil system is not tightly sealed, it will be difficult to ignite if the air enters, or there will be flameout or vehicle movement when the middle of the fuel line is not clear.
In terms of electricity, if the sensor is damaged, the engine will be weak, and it will be difficult to stop and start; if you can’t refuel, just look at the accelerator pedal; when welding, you must disconnect the computer version plug, and usually pay attention to maintenance to avoid the computer version. Corrosion of electronic components.