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2002 406 2ltr hdi every time i start it i hear a beep and warning comes up that fuel tank access open.Its definetly shut

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No, the size of the cars is different, so it wont work.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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SOURCE: warning 'unblock fuel filter'

fuel filter is under bonnet.under engine cover if fitted.filter is located in a plastic housing.the top of this housing can be removed to expose the filter.job will take apprx 1/2 hour.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Injectors from the same ccm engine are most probably sounds same but to be on the safe side check not only the shape but code on the top of injector too. Because they are piezo effect injectors and set by the manufacture for a specific pressure for specific engine codes.

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SOURCE: peugeot 406 hdi electronic immobiliser warning

The ignition key may be defective or in need of a battery to generate the code needed to disarm the immobilizer. Hope this helps!

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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did you try the spare key? are you sure it is an immobilizer light? what does the warning light look like, can you describe it? replacing the battery in the key will not help as it is not needed for the recognition of the key(this is done by an induced current). 

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Sludge in the boat tank could plug up the pickup screen. I've also seen them plugged up by a foil oil bottle seal carelessly dropped into the tank.

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If when the engine is running, you crack the cap on the boat tank, you should hear pressure let off. If the cap leaks, it won't build up pressure. If there is pressure, the oil line is plugged or kinked.

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  1. Lift or move aside the carpet in the rear cargo area.
  2. Remove the oval cover plate from the access hole.
  3. Disconnect the fuel pump harness connector at the rear of the fuel tank.
  4. Start the engine, allowing it to run until it runs out of fuel. This relieves pressure within the fuel system.
  5. Turn the ignition switch OFF and disconnect the negative battery cable.
  6. Remove the fuel filler cap.
  7. Drain the fuel from the fuel tank into suitable container(s), each with an airtight lid.
  8. Carefully, and using two wrenches on the fittings, disconnect the high pressure fuel line and the main fuel line from the pump. Remove the high pressure fuel hose at the body-side main pipe connection, unfasten the pump-side connection. Wrap each joint in a rag before loosening; some pressure may remain within the system.
  9. Remove the fuel pump retaining nuts and carefully remove the pump from the tank.
The fuel pump may still contain liquid fuel. Drain it into a suitable container with an airtight lid before performing any tests or inspections.
To install:
  1. Carefully install the pump into the tank and install the 6 retaining nuts onto the studs. Tighten the nuts evenly and in a crisscross pattern to 12 ft. lbs. (16 Nm).
  2. Reinstall the high pressure and supply line to the pump.
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  1. Connect the pump wiring harness.
  2. Connect the negative battery cable. Turn the ignition key to ON but do not start the engine. You should hear the pump running. Allow it to run for about 10 seconds to build line pressure, then start the engine.
  3. After the engine has run smoothly for a minute or two, shut the ignition off and check the work area for any trace of leakage. Attend to any fuel leaks immediately, remembering that the system has repressurized and must be handled safely.
  4. Reinstall the cover on the access hole and replace the carpet in the cargo area.

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How do you check if your fuel pump is bad without removing the gas tank


Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the second position. This position will light up the dash lights but will not crank the engine.
Listen for a faint or soft humming sound coming from the rear of the vehicle, specifically the gas tank. This will happen almost immediately after you turn the key to the second position, so you'll have to listen closely and be ready for it. The humming is the sound of the fuel pump priming, or pressurizing, the fuel system. If you do not hear this sound, you may have a faulty fuel pump.
  1. Check to make sure there is enough fuel in the gas tank. Although this may seem obvious, it happens to the best of us. If you're gas tank is near empty, the engine may not start. This happens more frequently in the winter time in cold climates; the low temperatures cause condensation to form on the inside of the gas tank. Since water doesn't burn, the fuel pump tries to draw in fuel and instead gets a mixture of water and gasoline and cannot get enough fuel to the engine for combustion.
    Check to see that the vehicle starts. Even if you don't hear the fuel pump priming, attempt to start the vehicle. If the engine won't turn over (start) and you haven't heard the fuel pump prime the system, it is a good indication that the fuel pump may have failed.

    Check the fuel pump fuse. If the fuse is blown, the fuel pump will not prime. Open the fuse box under the dash of your vehicle and locate the fuse for the fuel pump. Alternately, some vehicles locate the fuel pump fuse in a fuse box under the hood. Remove the fuse box cover (specific removal will vary according to the vehicle). Check the fuse to see if the metal strip inside the fuse has popped. Replace the fuse if the metal strip has popped; if it hasn't popped, it is most likely your fuel pump itself that has failed.

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