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Old 17-06-13, 12:56 PM   #1
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Hi,
The other day my van was running fine drove to the shop, came back to van couldn't remember if van was locked or not & buttons worn out.
Pressed unlock, lock then unlock again very fast, not sure if this has anything to do with the problem?
Put key in ignition waited for plugs to go out then went to start but wouldn't fire although engine turns over.
Engine management light remains on constantly.
I have taken off the fuel pipes & fuel is definately fuel being pumped.
I know I will need the codes read but that isnt cheap and the van is my lively hood, just wondering if anyone has had similar problems and may be able to shed any light....before I get fleeced by the stealership.
Many thanks in advance.
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Old 17-06-13, 01:07 PM   #2
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Ill bet the electronic stop solenoid in the injector pump is shot. Common enough issue. Its a pump out job or angle grind the security plate off the top of the solenoid to gain access.

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Old 17-06-13, 01:22 PM   #3
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Ill bet the electronic stop solenoid in the injector pump is shot. Common enough issue. Its a pump out job or angle grind the security plate off the top of the solenoid to gain access.

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Someone else said this to me, grinding off the plate so it has no immobilser anymore, that wouldnt bother me at all.
Would involve some wiring etc
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Old 17-06-13, 01:23 PM   #4
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Only a tiny bit of wiring to put a 12 v ign supply to a normal one terminal stop solenoid.

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Old 17-06-13, 02:46 PM   #5
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Cheers Dave,
My cousin is a diesel mechanic, just spoke to him on the phone & he said the same thing as he has done a few, shame he lives 100 miles away.
Do you know if spraying some easy start in airbox will confirm or dismiss this diagnoses?
Cheers again much appreciated
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Old 17-06-13, 02:47 PM   #6
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Cheers Dave,
My cousin is a diesel mechanic, just spoke to him on the phone & he said the same thing as he has done a few, shame he lives 100 miles away.
Do you know if spraying some easy start in airbox will confirm or dismiss this diagnoses?
Cheers again much appreciated
Yes it should run on it.

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Old 18-06-13, 11:10 AM   #7
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Hello dave,
Cheers for the help so far, it's much appreciated.
Have narrowed the problem down to the fuel stop solenoid, but have read different thing regarding wiring etc.
Just spoke to peugeot dealer and can get one for 25 and they say its just a case of replace no need for wiring & programming is this correct?
Will be my last question I promise lol
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Old 18-06-13, 11:18 AM   #8
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Up to you but the top will still have to come off the solenoid bracket.

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Old 18-06-13, 11:41 AM   #9
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On the back of pump? The security panel thing?
Sorry I lied wasn't the last question lol
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On the back of pump? The security panel thing?
Sorry I lied wasn't the last question lol
Yes the solenoid is under the security cover.

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