Sorry for the misunderstanding. When you have a question, you should reply to it so that the person who attended to you would be notified and response accordingly. This would also keep the history of whatever that transpired to be in a single post for easier reference.
You have posted 2 separate questions pertaining to the same problem and I made a reply according to this question as it was the one that I came across in the forum.
I was not aware of another question and does not know the engine type of your vehicle. In my post I asked for the engine type, that is to enable me to research and provide the necessary info.
Since you have 2 separate post, I would suggest we let this post go and concentrate on the other post as there are more information there.
Can you please reply to the other post with your engine type? There are different engine variants and diagnostic procedure differs so it is better to have the correct data than going around in circles and getting the wrong info.
Thank you and once again I would like to apologise for the misunderstanding.
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009 AT 7:23 AM