Way to Single Out the Damaged Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor in BMW

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The fuel pressure sensor is used to measure the fuel pressure within fuel rail. Any issues in this sensor will affect the performance of the engine control unit and are sighted by starting issues, stalling of the engine, illuminated check engine light, poor acceleration, and poor fuel economy. See these slides to ways to single out the damaged fuel rail pressure sensor in BMW.

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Way to Single Out the Damaged Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor in BMW

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The fuel rail pressure sensor is also called as the fuel pressure sensor in a BMW is used in many diesel and in some of the gasoline engines.

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It detects the information that how much data transmitted into the ECU and analyzes the data to make necessary changes in the fuel injection timing and quantity.

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The damaged fuel rail pressure sensor of your BMW can show the following signs to alert the driver.

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Starting issues

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If you found damaged fuel rail pressure sensor in your car, then make sure that the ECU won't send the right amount of fuel to the engine.

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As a result, you face difficulties while starting the car or take a couple of attempts to crack the engine before it starts.

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Engine stalling

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When the fuel rail pressure sensor of your car got damaged, you will notice engine stalling issues means your engine will stall while driving or idling.

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It makes driving extremely difficult or dangerous. In this case, you have to take your car to the nearest auto shop and replace the sensor.

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Illuminated check engine light

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If you notice the DTC codes like P0190, P0191, P0192, P0193, and P0194 in the dashboard, then ensure that the fuel rail sensor is damaged.

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Poor acceleration

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Many times, you will find that when you step on the gas pedal, your car does not accelerate like it is supposed to be.

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The main reason behind the issue is the failed fuel pressure sensor. In this way, the engine control unit unable to transmit the signal properly to the fuel system.

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Less fuel mileage

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In this way, either the engine control unit will send too much fuel or too less fuel through the fuel rail and into the combustion chamber.

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Conclusion

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