Went over a cattle grid in a 1999, 2L turbo diesel hilux and i cut out. It would not restart. Fuel is getting to injector pump but not coming out think it is an electrical problem but hard to get to the pump. Checked all fuses an seem ok. Please help!
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I would go with the injector pump first, if it's older than 10-15 years, and then the fuel pump would be my next guess. Check first to see if the fuel pump is actually pumping fuel before doing either.
their is no fuse for the fuel pump,its a mechanical pump inside the injector pump ,you have a fuel line broke or the rubber primer bulb thingy has split ,if you bleed it out and it still wont start then check out the stop switch on the injector pump but you will find it has a antitheft shroud around it so you can only check for a feed to this but you cant get access without removing the injector pump .
The problem was a electronic box which controls the multi valve system on the fuel pump not the ERPS. The box had lost it's earth contact. These motors don't have a cut off solenoid like older diesels, a lot of trial and error to find.
Now a happy fellow.