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hdi wont start
#1
hi new to forum my berling 2002 2lt hdi wont start,when i turn key engine turns over as normal but not start also hazard lights start to flash any ideas ?
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#2
Just been and found out there is no live
feed to injectors on cranking,but there is
live feed to fuel pressure valve on fuel rail
dont know if this will help to shed some
light on the none starting and hazard lights
still come on as soon as i put ignition on.
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#3
Is the key being recognised!
Have you tried your other key?
Failing that the best way to isolate the problem is to hook it up to
a diagnostic tester and read off any codes.
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#4
im afraid only got 1 key and tried a code reader but saying linking error.
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#5
There are dozens of possibilities. I assume its been alright up 'til now.
You need to find a mobile vehicle engineer with Lexia otherwise you could
be looking for weeks. We have some pretty good guys here and they may be
able to help. Hang on! For the sake of speed I'd be taking a look on Google for
mobile Cit/Pug specialists in your area.
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#6
yes it ran well up to the no start thing the key still works on remote for
doors and no key light on dash only difference is hazards coming on when
i switch ignition on,and even with jump leads on it doesnt seem to turn
over a fast as before have tried engine earth and body earths all ok.
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#7
I'm no expert on diesels.....in fact I know embarrassingly little about them
bearing in mind I drive one. I'm wondering if your problem could be related to the
engine run/stop relay (or whatever it's called).
Also on some older models I believe there is a fuel cut-off switch.....

ADDO!!!
can you give me a hand here before I make a complete fool of meself!Rolleyes
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#8
Ok codes read
P0562 batt low
P0221 pedal poss sensor
P1601 power supply relay
P1169 ?
P0222 pedal poss sensor circuit
P0215 power supply relay citcuit
P0192 fuel press circuit.
Now the Question where do i start ?.
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#9
These codes will helps the experts here..for sure.
However I done a bit of digging on the 'Net and I have found a surprisingly similar problem
elsewhere. Take a look it may give you a few clues as the fault codes displayed
are broadly similar.

http://www.bba-reman.com/forums/Topic95435.aspx
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#10
That seems very similar to my problem wonder how i find terminal 3,8,13 on fuse box and do they mean fuse box in the car or under the bonnet.
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