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Firstly have u filled up with fuel recently ? Take a sample of fuel make sure u havnt put petrol in by accident seen it done hundreds of time or that u havnt run out of fuel . If that's ok then it could be the fuel metering valve in the pump this will cause incorrect fuel pressures most diesels need 250 bar of fuel pressure to start a blocked fuel filter cauld also cause a non start
unplug it for a few minutes and plug it back in again might be a pain but till you can get it serviced it should delete the fault code and run thru a full cycle. hope this helps a little.
Not a true fix just a work around.
If you can hear a click then your solenoid sounds like it is working.First you should check your battery voltage and if not over 12v charge your battery and this should solve the problem.If not it could be your starter and you can come back to me.
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What firing order are you using. It should be 13726548. If you still have no spark on 1-3-5-7 then I would say the distributor is junk. As for the timing, I wouldn't worry about that yet until you get it running on all 8. But it might have a jumped timing chain.
well? This sounds like you have the wrong cord. It is too short and so it gets power every now and then and then after doing this for a wile it gets over heated. The power going into the Zune is changing so fast that it is causing the plug to burn-up inside itself!
I wound try to call about a warranty and then if that doesn't help then get a new cord!!!
This indicates a disconnection of service or a cross in the wiring.
Have you done or had done any wiring changes?
Have you move anything around or disconnected anything recently?
Something has changed to get a USB error. Unless you have been disconnected for non-payment.
Hope this helps.