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Parked car up and now it wont start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
The filter is located at the rear seat, you have to remove it first, then you will see a cap attach with some screws. Inside that cap you`ll find the fuel filter. Before you change the fuel filter you have to release the fuel pressure first. To do that, first find the FUEL PUMP RELAY in the main fuse box located in the engine. Once you located open the fuel door and take off the cap and leave it open. Start the engine, take off the FUEL PUMP RELAY and leave the engine stop itself, when this occurs turn off the key, the you can take off the filter and changed it
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Solution 1 works, but I had a more complex problem with the mirror in my corsa. The three screws have to be driven into cylindrical projections which sit on the outer triangle. Two of these three projections were broken, so the holes were not reachable with standard sized bolts from the inside. I somehow managed to get one screw which was long enough to reach the hole. So now the mirror is held by two screws. I could do nothing about the third one. However, the mirror doesn't wobble now. Hope is stays that way!
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
could be engine isnt cranking fast enough which is a bad earth from battery to engine or a starter motor with the windings faulty or just a duff battery ,it must have a minimum of a 74amp hour battery to work right a 45 amp one will not crank engine fast enough thats for sure
Posted on Jan 28, 2012
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