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Ignition problems.starting first thing in the morning is difficult if not at all.its a 3 litre diesel auto 1999.Had the injectures doneoil pressure sensor changed and a new battery put in.seems like a fuel issue.

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Does the orange coil light go out before you turn key,if so,1st try a fuel additive like wynns/redexe (cost pennies)then,renew heater coils.

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