Question about Citroen Berlingo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I Have a 1995 Dodge Ram truck and it will once in awhile make popping noises or backfires through exhaust,then i lose power. but if i let off the accelerator it's ok until i step on the pedal,even if i peg it to the floor. I changed my spark plugs,but it still happens.Like i said though it doesn't happen all the time just occasionally.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
it might be your ecu here is a link to a company that specialises in ecu's
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
egr no try a dpfe sensor ford has a lot of this problem it has to hoses coming off the ehxhaust to a sensor that has a plug on it buy one then look for yours dont cry when you see the part it is small an costs about 85 dollars this may not be the problem but 90% of the ones that have p1401 are this problem oh yea check the hoses also dont forget replace the part then disconect the battery to reset the code /turn the check engine light off
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
diesels are not known to be high revving engines to begin with, anyways, it sounds like your turbo is malfunctioning, get it inspected or repaired
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for the advise much appreciated."
SOURCE: 2002 Isuzu Wizard V6 Petrol
A failed start can happen for a number of reasons. If this happened just once, it should not be reason for concern.
If the problem happens again, the first test you can do to locate the problem is an OBDII code scanning.
The scan can be done at any local garage. If you purchase a scanner like the ones linked below you can read the codes by yourself.
The connector is located under the dash.
Once you have the codes you can get back to us for an explanation. Here you can also find basic info on OBD codes.
If the problem happens regularly, then other test that must be done is checking fuel and vacuum pressure using a Vacuum and Fuel Pump Tester. This is a gauge that must be placed in between the lines to read pressure.
By reading fuel pressure it is possible to spot problems caused by blockage, fuel pump malfunction and problems with fuel pump aeration.
By reading pressure on vacuum lines whilst heating the lines with an hand torch (this must be done by a mechanic), you can find vacuum leaks.
Engine shut down can be caused by a number of reasons. Among possible causes misfire, rich or lean mixture, air intake blockage, MAF or AIT sensor problem, fuel circulation problem, vacuum problem, fuel tank cap not allowing air in, electronic injection problems.
If you get the problem again, read codes and replace spark plugs, air filter and fuel filter.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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