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Old 08-02-14, 05:25 PM   #1
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today i did injector seals on cylinder 2 now it wont start, got diesel to injectors, got a low voltage to injectors, runs on dare i say it easy start then cuts out once vapours have gone, anyone have any ideas please
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Cam sensor wiring may have come undone don't bleed injectors system needs pressure to work any open pipe will stop it working.

If it ran before then it has to be wiring
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thanks for that info, should diesel be coming out of the top of the injector through the return feed
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no not really only returns a small amount
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Old 09-02-14, 09:03 AM   #5
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its pouring out of it but not the other 3 , is it safe to say it is no good to be polite
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If the fuel is leaking back to the tank the minimum starting pressure may not be reached so yes your injector could be duff

Did this start BEFORE you removed the injector ?
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yes it did but car had no guts but had diesel around injector 2 so replaced rubber seal inside injector just underneath where the electrical connection is by undoing large nut on injector
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Ok you need to get the injector out and have it tested/replace it you really should not open them they need specialist equipment to calibrate after opening

No guts may have been injector but could also be vacuum related as the vacuum controls the boost and egr
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Old 09-02-14, 09:31 AM   #9
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ok thankyou for your help very much appreciated thank you
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