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My 307 d turbo needs the ignition on and of about 6 times to prime. If I don't do this, its lumpy as hell like its misfiring and cuts out about 3 or 4 seconds later. I`m assuming fuel drains back over night to the tank. I`ve replaced leak off pipes and cant see any leakage along the fuel lines. Would there be a non return valve fitted to the lift pump, if there is and its faulty, could I fit a non return valve in the fuel line. Or could there be another reason for poor starting. A new fuel filter has been fitted. Once started the car runs fine all day.

Thanks for reading my 1st thread.

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My 307 d turbo needs the ignition on and of about 6 times to prime. If I don't do this, its lumpy as hell like its misfiring and cuts out about 3 or 4 seconds later. I`m assuming fuel drains back over night to the tank. I`ve replaced leak off pipes and cant see any leakage along the fuel lines. Would there be a non return valve fitted to the lift pump, if there is and its faulty, could I fit a non return valve in the fuel line. Or could there be another reason for poor starting. A new fuel filter has been fitted. Once started the car runs fine all day.

Thanks for reading my 1st thread.

Paul
what engine what year im guessing it is a 2.0 110 with a lift pump

sounds like you have an air leak on diesel lines or even the filter as you said you changed this did you tighten it up properly
 

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Yes, 110 with lift pump, I had the issue with starting before I changed the filter. Are there any common areas the fuel lines are prone to leak. I cant see any obvious signs of leaking.
 
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