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Isuzu kb 250 CSD relay energises and prevents the fuel solenoid to open

What is causing the CSD relay to energise

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SOURCE: hot water solenoid not energising i.e. no hot fill.

check the water setting.

it could be set to cold and not warm or hot that is why it is not energizing the hot water solenoid.

tnx 4 using fixya.

drcool

check also temperature setting of water. if it is set to cold, then hot water will not be energized. or it could be the defective part.

tnx again,

drcool

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Mains water solenoid valve inoperable

Trace back from the valve to the main connection. Could be a broken wire, a bad door switch, or timer/control.
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SOURCE: ignition starter relay not energising

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please check all fuse is ok and not broken and open your car control panel and open starter relay after that check by an D.C. Tester and key turn to start position and check D.C. supply is coming on relay if supply is coming and relay won,t work then this relay is faulty and need to replace .

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SOURCE: problem is that the AC

check for the cut off switch or sensor on the a/c plumbing to see if normally closed or normally open, and if it is causing the the AC Cut of relay to be energized permanently.

See if disconnecting the switch on the plumbinug changes anything. Or if using a test light to ground out the terminals does anything different on the AC system.

Posted on Feb 03, 2011

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Hey mate, I have the same problem. Try switching that relay with one of the other relays first to see if its that.
I have a suspicion that it might be ignition related as I though I smelt unburnt fuel in the exhaust. I could be wrong though.
Im going to have a look today, and will let you know how I get on.
How many k's has your car done?

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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tnx again,

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