Part 2 focused on how to test the system, now using the information from testing, we can move onto tuning and fixing any issues with the KJet system.
In Part 1 we figured out the basics of what the components are and what they do. Now it’s time to test the system and see what we are starting with.
Bosch K-Jetronic seems to be a bit of a black art these days. Almost anyone you mention it to backs off and cringes. Hopefully this series of posts clears up some of that misinformation and scaremongering, and opens more people up to working with their KJet instead of binning it, or neglecting it until it inevitably fails.
I’ve been having some issues with getting the correct parts for the Tasmin, so this post will be a running log of the correct parts used on my early Tasmin.
Sigh, It seems like my life is a never-ending cycle of messing with KJet fuel pressures.
Well yeah, Bosch K-Jetronic…. I now understand why it’s so widely hated.
Since I’m still waiting on the pressure testing kit to arrive, I got impatient and did some more testing.