Hello Guys, i am wondering why indian 1.3 diesel engines from Fiat as called as Multijet. Elsewhere they are tagged a JTD. the JTD engines has 1st generation injection systems, which i believe is the same on our fiats. The second generation injection system is called as multijet elsewhere. The same is confirmed by FIAT ECU too. it does not connect to Multijet module in the scanners. it connects only to JTD engine module. I smell bad here. extract from wiki JTD , an initialism for uniJet Turbo Diesel, is Fiat Group's term for its current common rail turbodiesel engine range. The MultiJet name is used in the second generation JTD common rail units. Most of the Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia range has JTD engines.