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Problem starting my 2002 311cdi sprinter with 138000 miles on the clock. I have greate dificultys starting my van, changed glow plugs, fuel filter, oil filter and air filter but problem still exists. Van will start fine when push started or towed but not from starter motor.(starter motor seams to be working fine turns the engine okbut it just wont start) Any help will be much apreciated.

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MAKE SURE GLOW PLUGS ARE GETTING VOLTAGE.COULD BE PREGLOW RELAY.ANOTHER POSSIBILITY WOULD BE FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR AT BACK END OF FUEL RAIL.

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