My xantia suddenly cut out and after checking everything else figured i couldn't hear the fuel pump when i turned on the ignition i just dont know where the relay is.It's a 1996 citroen xantia 1.8 petrol thanks.
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Re: citroen xantia fuel pump relay
If you have enough fuel pressure the pumpl will not allways run anyway, carefully slacken a fuel line on the pressure side and see if fuel weeps. Get someone to try and start and see if you can hear the injectors clicking, also check spark (up to this year the fuel injection was a part function of the ignition, if the module in the distriputor goes down you get no fuel either.
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common things are....loose high voltage wire.....poor solder joint on
board.....magnetron.....power relay.....Please do accept the solution if the
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it probably has developed a loos connection inside. Pressing on that part reconnects the loose connecion inside the machine. If you are someone with a good mechanical aptittude, you may open it and somehow make a hood connection again. The problem should be obvious, and straight forward to fix.
There's a button with a speaker with a cross through it on the dash to the right of the steering wheel.Should be the furthest button to the left.Turn yr ignition on and within 10 seconds press and hold this button till the indicator lights flash on the dash.Problem fixed.
I hate to admit my wife was right: "Don't get it. It's too cheap. You get what you pay for!" Gaads, I hate to admit this THIS time, she might have been right! I am going back to play with it to see if I can figure it out! There's gotta be a way to clean it! Otherwise, it is just a salmonella breeding laboratory!
Oh-oh! I just found it - (after I cut one of my fingers on the cutters looking for access!) Here is the answer:
1. Do NOT turn the basket/cutter part. Just because there is a knurl on the cutter basket doesn't mean we put our hands on it -- yet! 2. Turn the entire TOP in which the cutters nest approximately 60-90 degrees CLOCKWISE. 3. Lift the entire plastic assembly straight up. 4. The cutter basket will now separate from the plastic top.
Good luck -- and don't cut yourself, unless the taste of your own blood excites you!