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I have a question for anyone who knows if this will work. My cousin currently has a problem on her car (diesel megan if it makes any difference) where the injectors have failed, but the ecu won't tell me which injector. To find out which one I was thinking of doing something similar to a power balance test, but instead of unplugging the spark plugs (cos it has none) unplugging the injectors. Will this damage them at all?

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Well it applies to my car as well. 2.0 d4d, so if I ever need to do something like this then it would be nice to know. And I don't particularly (unless I have too) want to make an account just to ask about my cousins car :p. But if it comes to that then I will.

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If it is your cousin's car, ask him to open an account on a Renault forum and pose the question.

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i'm wanting to know if there is a better set of tires for a prius if all i'm doing is town and city driving. something that would last longer and improve efficiency

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If you post a topic in the Hybrid/Prius forum, you will get a better response. Don't forget to include your tyre size.

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There is a special tyres thread in the Hybrid forum just for this.

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