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Pre heater light not comeing on (c5 1.6hdi 2006)and i,am not sure that the fuel is being per heated ?how can i check

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What sensors did you replace? It sounds like a problem that could be caused by something in the evaporative emission system, like a faulty purge solenoid or evap cannister problem. Does the tank take fuel slowly when filling up? You could also have a faulty gas cap. That is the first thing I would look at. It is an integral part of the evap system. Hope this helps and best wishes.

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SOURCE: HEATER PLUG COME ON AFTER PRE HEATING LIGHTS GO OFF ENGINE STARTS.

if it is momentarily, It is normal. When you start the vehicle, it turns off other things. Like this. The plugs come on because of the ECU. Notice when you turn it on, the light is on for a few seconds. After starting it is on for a split second.

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