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Old 27-12-12, 11:35 AM   #1
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The clutch on wife's 307 went Christmas eve won't disingage so I decided to get it home half a mile starting it in gear and driving it home. All went well until a car pulled out in front and I had to stall it to stop. No car will not start at all . Is there a fuel cutoff or an imobiliser fuse. I've checked all under bonnet fuses all seem ok where is fuel pump fuse. I need to get car started again before I replace clutch any one help please
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Old 27-12-12, 12:58 PM   #2
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Fuel cutoff switch usually on engine bulkhead.
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Old 27-12-12, 05:02 PM   #3
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I think cut out is built into engine ECU on HDI's and ignition off/on resets.

What engine do have, if it has DMF or if clutch has major failure then swarf can build up on crank sensor or sensor can be damaged (does rev counter kick when cranking) or can you check live data for RPM signal
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rev counter not kicking when cranking . defiantly major clutch failure really noisy when running peddle on the floor was running ok until i stalled it tried to start it in first gear on the key but then nothing parked it up put it in natural but would just turn over wont fire at all
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Crank sensor a good bet then. easy to remove and clean/inspect front of bellhousing near clutch actuator on most HDI models
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Old 27-12-12, 05:47 PM   #6
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Crank sensor on top of bellhousing on your car. Sounds like its mangled.

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Will check it out in morning keep you posted thanks for help
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Old 09-01-13, 10:28 AM   #8
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Yep all sorted now crank sensor mangled so was clutch arm new slave cylinder needed and of course new clutch. was a bit of a mess.still all sorted now and back on the road for another 100, 000 miles I hope. Thanks guys for all help
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