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Have tried new pump, new filter but suspect it is electrical no ECU and cannot ascertain what is causing porblem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can get a spray can of carb cleaner and spray a little in the intake. If it starts, then your problem is definitely fuel - related. It could be a number of things if it is fuel related, but the fuel pump is the most common cause. The only way to know for sure is to check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail then check to make sure the computer is firing the injectors. You should be able to hear the fuel pump run for a couple of seconds if you listen at the fuel tank while someone turns the ignition to the "Run" position. However, the fuel pump could be running and not putting out enough pressure to start the engine. If you can't hear it at all, then most likely, that is what your problem is. The second most likely cause if you can't hear the fuel pump is the security system may have the fuel disabled for one reason or another.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: seat inca van 00 sdi
Timing belt set-up for a 2000 Seat Inca 1.9 SDi
1. Align the crankshaft timing marks on the flywheel / gearbox
2. Remove the valve cover
3. Lock the camshaft
4. Fit the injection pump locking pin
5. Loosen the camshaft gearwheel bolt, 180 degrees. Use a wrench to counter-hold
6. Loosen the camshaft gearwheel while holding it in place
7. Fit the timing belt in the sequence as shown in the below figure: a - b - c - d - e - f - g
8. Fit the timing belt and camshaft gearwheel together
9. Turn the tensioner clockwise to align both marks
10. Tighten the large bolt on the tensioner to a torque of 20 Nm
11. Check for correct fit
12. Lock the camshaft. Tighten the camshaft gearwheel bolts: 45 Nm. Use a wrench to counter-hold
13. Remove helping tools
14. Turn the engine two rotations by hand
15. Repeat the procedure if required
16. Fit the vacuum pump
17. Refit the crankshaft pulley. Tighten torque: 20 Nm + 20 degrees
18. Fit the timing belt cover
19. Refit the valve cover
20. Fit the ancillary drive belt
21. Refit the inlet air manifold hoses
22. Check the injection timing
Camshaft gearwheel: 45 Nm
Tensioner pulley: 20 Nm
Crankshaft pulley: 20 Nm + 20 degrees
Posted on May 26, 2011
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