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Ford galaxy 1.9tdi keeps cutting out then starts no problem must be something turning pump off lots of people have same proplem but not telling what fixs it

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Crankshaft sensor can cause this kind of behaviour does it have the tandem pump on it as these are the best ones to have been put on these engines failing the crank sensor there is a relay under the dash in the fuse box somewhere that also causes this behaviour although I'm not actually sure this happens on the diesel pd engine best to check on the ford forums

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