Can anyone please help!! The other day my 2.2 HDi packed in on the motorway and wouldn't restart. No codes were displayed on a cheapo eBay code reader (have used this in the past for other issues and codes were readable and could be reset). Anyhow, the problem appeared to be the low pressure fuel lift pump in the tank - there was NO sound coming from it at all but there was a 12v feed for 6 seconds upon ignition. I ordered a new lift pump and (with some difficulty and hacking at the metal under the seat) fitted it. Woopeee - nice pump noise could now be heard! Problem was, the car still didn't start. Looking under the bonnet, diesel was squirting out of lots of joints on fuel hoses all around the fuel filter including out of a big metal pipe. I thought a blocked filter could be the culprit but it was not blocked at all. This wasn't happening with the old pump. I reconnected the old pump (not refitted, just connected) and it started running outside of the tank - and it definitely wasn't before. Has the high pressure pump failed, causing the old low pressure pump to temporarily seize (perhaps a dead or flat spot) but has now freed off? Is the low pressure pump now pumping diesel towards the engine but the diesel cannot go anywhere because of a high pressure pump failure hence all the diesel being forced / squiring from the joints in the fuel lines or am I way off base here?? Any advice would be appreciated.