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Old 01-05-16, 04:42 PM   #1
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Default Injectors? Fuel pressure regulator valve? Please help..


So my english is not perfect, but I will try my best to explain the situation.

I bought recently used Pug 307 2.0 HDI 66 kw (no FAP /DFP) 2001. year

When I just bought it, I did not drive a lot, only few kilometres a day and everything seemed fine. Except there was anti pollution fault and check engine light was on. My mechanic guy told me that I should replace mass air flow sensor.

I noticed that one morning I turned it on, but engine was not working correctly. at one point i felt like its going to turn off, but it continued working. I ignored this, I thought i just need to warm it up. When i switched to first gear, everything was normal again.

Just few days later, I made a 30 kilometer trip. Everything seemed fine. Except that I felt at one point that when i was going downhill, I felt like it sped up a bit, even though I did not press the gas pedal.

Few kilometers later on, the engine cut off without any warning. I tried to turn it on, but I could not immediately. Few minutes later, I managed to turn it on. But just few kilometers later it cut off again. It just stopped working. I tried to turn it on again, and managed to come home somehow.

When I opened the hub, I noted that diesel oil filter housing is broken. A little pipe was broken. There was disel everywhere spillen all over. My mechanic fixed this by using some black plasticine plastic-like thing.

I thought that's it. But when he tried to turn the car on, he hardly managed to turn it on. He had to use some spray. The car was working idle for like 5 minutes so I decided to drive a bit. Just 100 meters later, engine cut off again.

He managed to turn it on and let it work idle. Engine started to sound irregularly, but it managed to work idle for 5 minutes when it cut off. My mechanic connected it to diagbox and saw 3 errors:

1. MAF error (I don't remember exact code)
2. P1138 (I don't remember the description)
3. P1614 (fuel pressure regulator valve)

He said that I need fuel pressure regulator valve something like this I guess:

But I am not sure, if this will help fix the problem. I am also afraid that my injectors need to be cleaned or maybe to even buy a new injector

Please help, I want to hear your opinions.

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Old 19-05-16, 12:57 PM   #2
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2 injectors were faulty. Especially the one injector was in deep minus and leaking too much fuel. Shame that no one gave any answers, but I hope this will help someone.
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