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Old 23-05-16, 08:19 PM   #1
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Default Intermittent loss of power.

Righto I have a 2.0 90HP 406 HDi Estate 2000 is the year.

Occassionally in 5th gear the power will drop off not for the engine to stall, but it drops off, lift off the accelerator and immediately press down all is well, then sometimes the power will drop off and again press on the accelerator away we go. Its annoying more than anything.

I thought perhaps the EGR was stuck? So ordered one, but before fitting i connected up to PP and have the errors shown in the pic.



I guess the MAF needs replacing? what about the clutch switch and that FRIC thing?
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Quick update, changed the MAF and air and fuel filters but the power loss still randomly happens, its like the engine is starved of fuel, someone please help on this one.
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Check the wiring to the high pressure fuel sensor it has a red connector on the common rail and possibly a yellow join further down that gives trouble as it gets corroded by spilt diesel
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Also pull the small rubber piper off the egr and put a golf tee in it or something to stop the vacuum leaking
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Check the wiring to the high pressure fuel sensor it has a red connector on the common rail and possibly a yellow join further down that gives trouble as it gets corroded by spilt diesel
Would that show up on Planet?
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