I am assuming it ran OK prior to the fill-up. If that was the case, then either a strange coincidence happened or something about the fill-up caused a problem. The only thing I can think of regarding the fill-up, would be it you got it overfilled and got gas into the vent line to the charcoal canister, assuming again that the canister is still in place. If that happens, it can plug the vent so that you pull a vacuum in the gas tank. And with a full tank and little air in the tank, the vacuum will build quickly.Last night rode my LT To gas station. Filled her up normally.
After starting engine stalled.
Then difficult to start and no idle. Low rpm hardly runs. Got home with shaky running on high rpm and low gear.
I will try that. It might also coil. That will be expensive.Open the fuel tank and look in. Turn the key on and with a good flashlight, look in and cycle the kill switch ( or the key) forcing the pump to repeat going through the prime cycle and look for a disturbance in the tank. It might help to siphon some out if it is really full but any large disturbance would indicate ruptured rubber lines inside the tank.
By tester, you mean GS-911? It is highly unlikely that all three of those components died simultaneously. I am wondering if there is more going on here.Ok, fellow BMW rider lend his tester and judgement is clear: Hall effect sensor 1 : dead, Hall effect sensor 2: dead and O2sensor: dead.
Ordered used parts with warranty for 130EUR, getting them today. Let's see how this ends.:nerd:
Yeah I'm with you on that. It is highly unlikely that all three components have failed at the same time. I haven't looked at the wiring diagram but if they have a common ground I would check that.By tester, you mean GS-911? It is highly unlikely that all three of those components died simultaneously. I am wondering if there is more going on here.
Yes it's one thing to own the fancy tools but quite another to actually know how to use them.:crazy:Went out and hooked up my 911 just to make sure I wasn't having a brain fart. Yes, both hall sensors if not producing signals will show faulty if the engine is not turning. I did an autoscan first with the engine not running and then again with the engine running. I tried a clear faults inbetween and the hall sensors were still reading as faulty but with the engine not turning, that is normal. The error clears on the next auto scan with a running engine.