Question about 1998 Isuzu Amigo
What could a Temperamental electrical starting fault on a 1997 vauxhall astra turbo diesel be that is not the diesel cut off switch?
its a 1.7 this fault is not the diesel cut off switch and it turns over fine, it will somtimes start ok but if i turn it off and try to restart it straight away it wont! could it be a factory fitted immobiliser or a key chip or chip reader? The van is also very underpowered.
This sounds like a problem in the fuel shut off circuit. When you turn the key on, it energizes the fuel shut off solenoid on the injection pump. When you turn off the key, power is removed and the pump is moved by spring to the fuel off position. Check for power at this terminal when you are having a problem, ( with the key on) If no power then I would check the wiring and connectors from this connection to the Ignition key. I believe it is wired direct. That can be checked at http://www.alldata.com/products/index.jsp
subscribe3 and get a wiring schematic for the car and see if it is wired direct to the ign switch of from a relay, I am sure it is a connection problem if you have no power.
A 1.7 diesel even if turboed, is dead slow in any vehicle let alone a van. Enjoy the fuel economy
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
IVE JUST PUT A NEW IGNITION ON MY 1996 VAUXHALL ASTRA DIESEL VAN,NOW WHEN I TURN THE IGNITIN IT STARTS AND THEN CUTS STRAIGHT OUT. HOW DO I CURE THIS?
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
The car wouldnt turn over if it was the key chip does the spanner light flash on and off? this is the imobiliser if it does!
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Take it to the scrap yard and buy a new one joke ha ha proper mechanic by the way
Posted on Feb 14, 2014
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