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Fiat palio 1.9D fuel injection problem

Whenever i start the vehicle for the first time it alerts me with fuel pump indication,when i stop the engine and restart it starts properly,i went to the showrrompeople they the problem is with fuel pump sensors,they said the problem may even demand to get the pump changed,but the cost of the pump is really huge that i can not afford,can u let me know servicing center where i can get the vehicle repaired. THANK U.

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You can give to any Fiat service centre and utimatly they will send to Mumbai Lucas (only place in India) . cost will go from 8000 to 25000 depends on sensor damaged .

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One of ma friend had the same pblm...
they went to a workshop havin the proper facilities and they changed these pump sensors and sme other stuffs related to tht and it cost rs 30000/-

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I am havin 1.9 d fiat palio 2004 model. I have the same problem of fule pump indication on first start and in second start its gone and car runnes Ok. But is it Ok to run car in this way always??? I have a concern.
At present may car had develop one more problem. Normally it is running smooth in between 25 to 30 tousand RPM. But soon it is accelareted for pick up in lower gear or to increase speed at higher gear it gets shut. And again on restart it is fine. this is happening often.
Can any body help???
can any body help?

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Go to an auto parts store and get a haynes auto repair manual for your car, about $17.00, it shows some illustrations, but gives a step by step procedure on how to remove and install, good luck.

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hello sir...its a problem related to the sensors inside the pump...i run a car service centre at chennai...and we were authorised dealers for fiat when the company was far as this problem is concerned, we are trained in repairing this problem and can solve your issue if you can manage getting your car to chennai...the sensors inside the pump require replacement and we source it from the plant and get it done...

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