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My 1.5 dci engin does not start

At morning when it's cold outside it isn't starting, the battery is new. If it's start's, it happened a few times, after that it goes, it has no problem. and in the next morning the same problem exists.

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The next time it won't start check the fuel pressure, bet there is none.

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