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2001 seat inca sdi van with starting problems. It will start first time when it is left for a few hours. Once it is started and left running the orange preheat light flashes constantly. When you stop the engine the preheat light will not come on and IN02 flashes four time on the mileage recorder if you switch the ignition on and off a few times you can occassionally get the preheat light to come on then the engine will start. What would the problem be? the model is not listed in the drop down menu but as noted above it is a Seat Inca Van sdi 2001.

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