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Hi,

No 4 cylinder (cambelt side) is down, and not depressed.... though I am...

The car 2.0 hdi 110 started running badly on the way to work. Then realised it was only running on 3 cylinders. Removing the connector to no4 cylinder had no noticable effect where the others stopped the engine. I've just finished my night shift, got home and thought I would have a quick look at it.. after the AA took me home! I assumed it would be an injector. Strangely it was easy to remove the injectors. I swapped 3 and 4 but no4 cylinder was the same. I connected a multi meter upto the injection connector, it is getting a signal.

Am I right in thinking this must be a mechanical problem now? Any ideas or suggestions what to do or try now?

Thanks,

Daniel
 

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I've just taken the rocker cover off, two of the rocker arms are broken on no4 cylinder. Will replacing just these be fine or does it point to another problem. The bottom end sounds ok. And do i just replace the two broken ones or is it worth replacing all of them?

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Daniel
 
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