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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know you say that you have checked pressures but incase you didn't know, there are 3 pumps on the car.
In tank = 1 bar upto an inline pump by the battery which increases to 3 bar then to the one on the engine that tops 2000 bar
The one by the battery + the intank one are VERY common to fail.
Other thing to check is that the pressure sensor on the rail is reading correctly.
Does it have any stored data? If no codes the it would be best to get it on some decent equipment that reads live data like Bosch KTS etc
Are you in the UK?
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
check the fuel pump relay in fuse and relay box. it may be shutting down when it gets hot, replace relay or exchange it for another of the same size to see if thats the problem. also you may have a bad camshaft sensor. good-day !
Posted on Jan 30, 2012
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