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Fuel pump issues on sprinter 2007

This happens regulary on my sprinter 2007; sometimes the engine don't generate enough power to drive at more that 15/mi/h

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  • jyappl Nov 27, 2008

    My 08 3500 3.L diesel does this alot. it powers down , will not rev above 2000 rpm and up shifts fast , no power or turbo. If I pullover shut it off and restart it its fine, powers back. It has no rime or reason for this problem. It happens more when fuel tanks is low . I had a bad problem after a tank of no name brand ultra low diesel fuel. Dealer wants to keep truck for days to work on it. I need this truck on the road or I cant work. I need to fix this my self at night.

    I saw a recall about a crank sensor wire problem.

  • danpriest Feb 08, 2009

    My 2003 sprinter will sometimes not pass 2000 rpm, and it barely crawls its way past 40 mph up to about 60. I can floor it without much result. Sometimes using the cruise will accelerate it a bit faster. Shifting to 3rd or 4th (an automatic) will rev the engine and get some power, but **** gas. It has been in 3 times, but no fix.

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I had a problem with my 08 3600 3.0L going into limp mode. Shut it down, and restart, worked ok till the next time. It gradually got worse. Found out it was the EGR valve. It was dirty. Took it out, cleaned it with carb cleaner and nylon brush, put it back in and problem solved.

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Doesnt sound like a fuel problem....check the charge air hose on the lower drivers side at the metal ring....they tear loose there and check the tubes going to the turbo....the green o ring has been known to go bad

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