Isuzu D Max V Cross

smoothwanderer

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The engine check light was coming on again & again. When the ass was contacted they promised to replace the egf but asked to check the battery. Which showed only 44 % charge. The early morning starting was also very drawn out. The ass informed me that the low voltage of the battery could also be a reason for the faulty functioning of the egf sensor and advised a battery change. So replaced my battery. The OEM was 65 AH but as per the advise of ass 75 was tried but the shape of the battery prevented the clamp to be fixed hence had a 85 AH SF battery fixed. The engine check light hasn't since come on.
 

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adsatinder

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The engine check light was coming on again & again. When the ass was contacted they promised to replace the egf but asked to check the battery. Which showed only 44 % charge. The early morning starting was also very drawn out. The ass informed me that the low voltage of the battery could also be a reason for the faulty functioning of the egf sensor and advised a battery change. So replaced my battery. The OEM was 65 AH but as per the advise of ass 75 was tried but the shape of the battery prevented the clamp to be fixed hence had a 85 AH SF battery fixed. The engine check light hasn't since come on.
Experience Worked here.
Most Probably, this fault was seen with other vehicles too.
Seen many such cases where disease seems to be Corona but actually it is only Malaria or High Fever only.
LOL !
 
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