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Old 08-04-13, 05:37 PM   #1
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Default Expert 2.0 HDI fuse 8 blown

Hi have a new to me 57 plate expert van which has been great. Yesterday it wouldn't start on the key.

All lights etc work when turning the key, but no cranking.

It will bump start and run no problem.

I have traced back to fuse 8 in panel under the bonnet which refers to 'starter control'. Replaced the fuse but blown again on turning the key.

I would appreciate any advice before having to take into main dealer.

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Old 08-04-13, 05:49 PM   #2
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Replace it with a 25A. If that blows, renew the starter.

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Replace it with a 25A. If that blows, renew the starter.

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Tried that, so that's a new starter motor then?

It showed no signs of any problems leading up to this.
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Thought I had tried with 25 amp fuse but it was in fact a 20 amp that blew.

Have tried with a 25 amp and it didn't blow, but has clicked into economy mode, so would that make a difference?

Any other suggestions would be appreciated
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Old 09-04-13, 07:08 PM   #5
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Thats the cure to the problem. Does it start?

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Economy mode is because the battery is low if starter still not turning either battery flat or starter stuffed

Bump start it then try starter again
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Thats the cure to the problem. Does it start?

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Sadly not
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Economy mode is because the battery is low if starter still not turning either battery flat or starter stuffed

Bump start it then try starter again
Battery is ok
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Old 09-04-13, 07:21 PM   #9
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Doed it turn over with a 25a fuse fitted?

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Starter then they are not hard to change done 1 today

Check your power to the starter and earth wires though but more likely solenoid has died on starter
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