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Old 04-09-13, 08:44 PM   #1
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Default 2007 Peugeot expert 2.0 hdi wont start after oil over fill no fuel

Very silly mistakenly overfilled my van with oil last week

It pulled it through the intake and burnt it off, what a mess blue smoke everywhere

got the van home and now cant get it going, its turning over but wont start
got no fuel coming through
any ideas? is there a inertia switch on these vans that could of triggered
a fuse? or a relay?

answers on a postcard please
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Old 04-09-13, 08:48 PM   #2
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Did it run on its oil IE rev its nuts off did you turn it off or did it stop itself etc etc not enough info
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Yeah it revved it nuts off until it eventually stopped by itself, turning the key did nothing
don't think theres any engine damage as the van fires up off easy start
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Injector tips may be melted fuel pump could be stuffed you need it plugged into Peugeot planet to see what is happening.

Just because it fires on easy start does not mean engine is ok turbo could also be stuffed.
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Injector tips may be melted fuel pump could be stuffed you need it plugged into Peugeot planet to see what is happening.

Just because it fires on easy start does not mean engine is ok turbo could also be stuffed.
unsure about the injector tips there isn't any fuel getting that far,

I ran it up to temperature on a tow, and engine all sounded ok, no tapping or knocking etc.

is there a software tool I can download, thanks
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unsure about the injector tips there isn't any fuel getting that far,

I ran it up to temperature on a tow, and engine all sounded ok, no tapping or knocking etc.

is there a software tool I can download, thanks
HHMM Diesel runaway? that is usually terminal as the engine revs its nuts off until it basically implodes, melts, or something irrepairable breaks and the engine cuts out see below how to contact a member for diagnostics on planet

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...gnostic-28190/

this is diesel runaway

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HHMM Diesel runaway? that is usually terminal as the engine revs its nuts off until it basically implodes, melts, or something irrepairable breaks and the engine cuts out
+1 to that. I think it was covered by David Ireland a couple of months ago, so the OP should search for his posts.
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Very silly mistakenly overfilled my van with oil last week

It pulled it through the intake and burnt it off, what a mess blue smoke everywhere

got the van home and now cant get it going, its turning over but wont start
got no fuel coming through
any ideas? is there a inertia switch on these vans that could of triggered
a fuse? or a relay?

answers on a postcard please
is there any oil left in it if not then the turbo will be gone and its run out of oil so prob knackered engine
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Old 05-09-13, 01:49 PM   #9
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il take it that no one is actual going to answer the questions asked

just all trying to tell me its broke
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Old 05-09-13, 01:55 PM   #10
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What questions, these?

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any ideas?

is there a inertia switch on these vans that could of triggered a fuse?

or a relay?
1) Already been answered - you've probably flucked your engine. Its hard to tell from the vantage point of the internet without seeing it.
2) No.
3) No.

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Injector tips may be melted fuel pump could be stuffed you need it plugged into Peugeot planet to see what is happening.

Just because it fires on easy start does not mean engine is ok turbo could also be stuffed
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Which answers the questions fully.

If you don't like these, which were given for free, take it to a garage and pay for the same answers.
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