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 2D65 and 2D67 High Pressure Fuel Injector 3 and 2

 Created by: XdriveX
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Jan 13, 2021 04:28AM kenatminimania  
Jan 9, 2021 11:38PM XdriveX Edited: Jan 10, 2021 09:49PM 
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 Posted: Jan 13, 2021 04:28AM
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Rough idle and hard to start are symptoms of a failing high pressure fuel pump.

There are probably many other causes but this is one that we have seen.

 Posted: Jan 9, 2021 11:38PM
 Edited:  Jan 10, 2021 09:49PM
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Hey all, i am in need of help here. This is a 2008 Mini Cooper S Clubman. Vehicle was brought in for timing chain replacement, Vehicle was taking a long time to start "Long Crank" After completion of job started the car and ran great. I left my scanner in the car connected to the ODB which drained the Battery. When I wanted to jump start the Vehicle I mistakenly connected the wrong terminal, so + cabled from jump pack was on negative terminal and - cable from jump pack went to positive terminal on battery , I got spark then realized was wrong connection, I swapped and started the car , but the car started to run rough and the check engine light came on. I checked the fuses and found F07 fuse which was 7.5a burned , I looked for a fuse in the shop but couldn't find a 7.5 but was able to find a 15a fuse , I connected that fuse and the car was still running rough.  I connected my scanner and found the following two codes :

2D65 DME-High-Pressure Fuel Injector 3, High Side, Activation
2D67 DME-High-Pressure Fuel Injector 2, High Side, Activation

I am at a loss and need help. Any help is greatly appreciated it