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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi we have a similar fault on a 2002 X5 diesel with 140k.km
scan test on 'Autologic' says > low fuel pressure in rail under starting< we have done leak off test at diesel specialist and they say it needs #4 and #2 injector renewing, the low pressure from tank is at spec at approx.3.4bar whereas the rail press at crank is only between 102bar to 140bar on 6 diff scans, where i believe it should be at around 390bar, hope this helps, we still have not fixed this yet,
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Not really. If the problem was low fuel pressure it should take a long time to start cold also. Usually hard starting when the engine is warmed up is a coil or other electrical problem.
You can check fuel pressure before and after cranking with a special gauge hooked up to the port on the fuel rail.
Posted on Jul 02, 2013
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