Question about 2005 Peugeot 405
Peugeot partner van 1.9 d 2004,van lacks power at all times, surges and cuts out when fuel any less than quarter of a tank.if i fill tank i have no probs appart from lazy van.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If that connection is leaking, then that is more than likely the problem. If fuel is leaking out, then air will leak in. When the van is left overnight, the fuel will run back down the fuel line to the tank, leaving air in the pipe. The fuel system must be completely air tight. Try slapping some grease around the connection and see if it starts in the morning. if it does then replace the connector and you have fixed the problem.
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