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Expert van will not turn off

Well my ultra reliable expert van has just decided to let me down. well in a way as it works fin and starts fine but just does not switch off

any help is appreciated

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  • msmith_hawke Feb 08, 2009

    Hi, how do i check if it is that??. if it is that part is it easy to change or is it a garage jobby???

  • msmith_hawke Feb 08, 2009

    Its a diesel, when i turn the ignition off all the lights go out etc but it still runs and i have to stall it. it also seems a little smokier than usual,I dont know if this matters or not but it hasnt moved in about 2 weeks as i have not had cause to use it



    thanks mark

  • cocohughes May 01, 2009

    Same problem here, and been told that no solenoid exists. Been told that I have gotta shell out £230 + vat for a "seven key mod kit". Bloke at peugeot couldn't believe it either. All help appreciated.

  • Jerry Koski
    Jerry Koski May 11, 2010

    sounds like you might head for a repair shop if you dont know where it is .. really not hard but really not that expensive either.. thanks again Jerry holler if you need more.

  • Armel Aubeelack
    Armel Aubeelack May 11, 2010

    You mean the engine doesn't turn offor the starter stays engaged? If it's the starter remaining engaged then you are looking at overhauling your starter motor. But if the engine doesn't turn off it's more like the ignition switch. Can you please clarify and is it a Diesel or Petrol engine?

  • Jerry Koski
    Jerry Koski May 11, 2010

    starter solonoid sounds like to me .. try that and see thanks Jerry and holler if you need more ..

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Its the stop selonoid on the pump but it has a sheild over it.its by the injector pipes on the pump its a silver/gold cover.the part you are looking for is behind there.

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Hi the fault is the fuel shut off selonoid on the side of the pump.
Remove and clean this may work either that or remove and replace. takes about 5 mins and should cost no more that £15

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