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My partner has a 1999 Au ford falcon wagon' we just replaced the gear box in it an now it won't start, we also replaced plugs, leads, battery, coils an air/fuel sensor, its turning over but won't start. It...


it may be that its relearning its fuel map-also you may what to check to over for a vacume line that got pulled off in the process-cheers Denny

Nov 04, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My isuzu isnt starting, its as if its out of petrol. when i push on the excellorator nothing happens. the rev counter doesnt move. my partner thought it myt be a fuel line block. any other possible re


Fuel pump when u turn key do u here a little whining up sound if not then pump check fuel filter also also make sure your getting spark to the plugs a repair manual will help u if you don't want to take it to a shop but my guess would be fuel pump k

Feb 21, 2013 | 1993 Isuzu Trooper

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94 Altima, drivin along, just lost power, still had radio & lights, will turn over but will not start


Very good possibility that the Fuel Pump has gone out.
Find the Fuel Port on the Fuel Rail going to the Fuel Injectors. Remove the cap. Pack plenty of rags or paper towels around that area. Wear goggles to protect your eyes from Gas Spray! Using another wadded rag or paper towel partially covering this port and a small screw driver - depress the stem inside this port. Have a partner turn the Key over attempting to start the vehicle. A strong stream of gas should come out.
If no gas is coming out: check the Fuel Pump Relay/Fuses. Use a Voltmeter to check for voltage at these locations. The reading should be 11+ to 12 -volts.
If there is Voltage: Again with a partner behind the wheel, remove the gas cap. Place your ear up very close to the Gas Filler Tube (where you put gas in). Have your partner turn the key over to the On (not Start) Position which is the position just before Start. You should faintly hear the Fuel Pump humming. Have your partner turn the Key to the Start Position, again you should hear a very faint humming (over the car cranking).
If there is not indication of humming: Jack-Up and properly support the rear of the vehicle with jack stands. Once again with a partner behind the wheel: go under the vehicle and place your ear up close or on the gas tank. Have your partner turn the Key to the On Position. You should hear the humming.
If not, have your partner turn the Key to the Start Position. There should be humming.
If no humming there is a great chance your fuel pump has gone out.
Based on your year (1994) this is highly probable.
HOWEVER: If there is humming, change out your Fuel Filter and recheck for fuel at the fuel rail.

Let me know if this helped or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at Fix Ya.com!

Feb 26, 2010 | 1994 Nissan Altima

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Where is the fuel pump reset button the van will turn but acting like no fuel


There is not an fuel pump reset button. There is however an Automatic Shutdown Relay that acts as a fuel pump shutdown. On the 1998 Model: It should be located in the Junction Box located under the leftside of the dashboard There should be a cover over the top of the Junction Box. On the backside of that cover is the identification and location of the Relays and Fuses. If there is no cover, your Owner's Manual should have a schematic identifying the location, position, and type of Relay and Fuses. There should be additional Fuses involving the Fuel Pump. Make sure you not only check the Relay and Fuses to see if they are good, also check with a Voltmeter to check for voltage, with the Key in the "ON" (not start) Position; it should read approximately 12v,

With approx 12v present at the Relay and Fuses, one quick way to determine if there is Voltage to the Fuel Pump:
1) With a Partner behind the wheel. Take the Gas Cap off and place your ear up close to the opening of the Gas Filler Tube. Have your Partner turn the Key to the "ON" (not Start) Position. You should be listening for a humming sound (for 2-3 seconds)meaning the Fuel Pump is getting power (volts).
2) If there is no "humming" or you are not sure, get underneath the Van next to the Gas Tank and have your Partner do it again. Listen for a humming.
3) If there is definitely no humming present with good fuses, relays and voltage, then most likely the Fuel Pump is bad.
4) However, a lot of Fuel Pumps have been replaced only to find out the Pump was good, but the electrical wiring harness was bad and the real culprit.
5) You will have to slightly lower the Fuel Tank to gain access to this electrical connection.
6) After you disconnect the electrical connection, using the Voltmeter check for approximately 12v coming from the Wiring Harness/Connector.
7) Inspect the Wiring Harness/Cnnections for any signs of burns, melting, or shorting. Repair this wiring harness before deciding to replace the fuel pump needlessly.
8) After repairing the Wiring Harness/Connection: Replug it back in and recheck the Fuel Pump one last time.
9) If still no "humming" the Fuel Pump needs to be replaced.

If there is humming from the Fuel Pump, then there are four possible problems.
a) Fuel Filter (when was the last time it was replaced?) It could be clogged, prohobiting fuel flow.
b) Fuel Regulator. Located on the Fuel Rail where the Fuel Injectors are. If there is a presence of Gas in the Vacuum line (the only rubber line on the Fuel Regulator) attached to the Regulator, then the Diaphram of the Fuel Regulator is broke and Gas is not reaching the Fuel Injectors. Instead it is being dumped into the Intake. Replace the Regulator.
c) Fuel Injector Circuitry problem. Using an Auto Stethoscope: Place the Stethoscope end in each individual Fuel Injector. Have your Partner attempt to start the Van. If there is no evident and rythmic "clicking" (fuel injector's gate opening and closing) then the Fuel Injector is faulty or the electrical connection is faulty. To check to find out which is faulty, switch Fuel Injectors (one clicking with one not clicking) and recheck for the clicking.
d) Clogged Fuel Injectors. With the Fuel Rail (with the Fuel Injectors) removed out of the engine. Place clear Plastic tubing over the nozzle ends of all exposed Injectors. With a Partner Starting the Engine, look for
(1) Fuel Flow (presence).
(2) Fuel Spray (pressure).

Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

Feb 13, 2010 | 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Peugeot partner wopnt start replaced glow plug


what voltage u getting ?. did it just stop and then not restart. if its getting fuel and glow plugs are working the next two items id look at is the cam shaft and crank shaft position sencors. also make sure ur battery is in good condition, so starter motor is turning fast enough to build up the correct pressure on the rail.

Dec 12, 2009 | 2005 Peugeot 405

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Peugeot partner van 2001 hdi broke down with em light..called aa.fault code read fuel pump at tank as was not pumping.pump replaced and em light came on straight away after driving.cleared code again still...


there is a valve on the back of the mechanical fuel pump under the bonnet
when the lift pump in the tank fails some tiny bits of the pump are sucked down the fuel line and clog up a tiny filter on the end of the valve that may be causing the light to come on amd possibly the engine to stall
i have found that the bosch kts670 will read just about anything you plug it in to

Nov 24, 2009 | 2005 Peugeot 405

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Put wrong fuel in tank


you have to actually drop the tank... drain out all the fuel and perhaps even clean the inside with a pressure washer... make sure it is completely dry before you assemble it again.... add a bottle or two of gas line antifreeze (it sucks up any remaining water) when you refill it and you should be good to go

Mar 23, 2009 | Peugeot 405 Cars & Trucks

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Peugeot Partner Fuel Pump Problem.


If that connection is leaking, then that is more than likely the problem. If fuel is leaking out, then air will leak in. When the van is left overnight, the fuel will run back down the fuel line to the tank, leaving air in the pipe. The fuel system must be completely air tight. Try slapping some grease around the connection and see if it starts in the morning. if it does then replace the connector and you have fixed the problem.

TL

Jan 25, 2009 | 2005 Peugeot 405

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Ran out of diesel on a 2002 dodge ram 2500 cummins...need to know how to bleed the system


just bump the ignition without starting it let sit for 20 seconds oruntill you hear lift pump shut off then shut off ignition and repeat do it 2 or 3 times should start then cummins is a self priming system has been for years even in semi trucks

Aug 10, 2008 | 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck

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