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My Daughter drove off with the Handbrake engaged in our 2004 2.2 Petrol. This caused the Dash Display to beep and flash. A few minutes later we got the Engine Warning Light on and De-Polution Faulty message. After a 10 minute stop this cleared and it ran fine. The next day I reversed out of my garage and then after moving forwards 2 or 3 metres the engine stopped. It will crank but not fire.
Using Diagbox I get these codes.

BSM has F99C Fuel Pump Command/Control Circuit

Engine MM6LP has 12 codes,
P0445 Canister Purge Electrovalve
P0261, 264, 267, 270 Injector No1-4 Control
P0076 Variable Timing Electrovalve
P0135 Upstream Oxygen Sensor Heating Control
P0141 Downstream Oxygen Sensor Heating Control
P0351, 352, 353, 354 Ignition Coil Control.

Thanks in advance for solving this.
 

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Suggest you clear the codes and try again. Se which codes return.

If you want a guess, try the coil pack.
 

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I cleared all codes but on a rescan they came back immediately. Should I have tried to start the engine after clearing codes?
I did program a new key, along with 2 existing ones a week ago. How do I do a beep test?
Will check timing belt as well.
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I tested 2 keys today, put them in and cranked the engine, tuned off and opened the drivers door with them still in the barrel, got the warning sound. Does this mean the immobiliser recognises them and will allow starting?

I also removed the upper timing cover and the belt is okay and timing marks I made when replacing it 6 months ago still line up.

Engine has plenty of compression,

Is it possible to test the coil pack?

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I tested 2 keys today, put them in and cranked the engine, tuned off and opened the drivers door with them still in the barrel, got the warning sound. Does this mean the immobiliser recognises them and will allow starting?
Yes

Is it possible to test the coil pack?
Never done it, but I should think something like this would work
 

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Same as in the above link, I have no 12 volt supply on fuse 10. Does anyone know of a source of new fuse boxes? Or are 2nd hand ones on eBay my only choice?
 
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