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[Engine] Berlingo won't start 2009 1.6 petrol
#1
Can anybody help me with my van.
Start up in a morning all ok, pull up at shop or anywhere brief then she don't want to start. And when she does it's like there is no power and takes a short time to fully Rev up.
It doesn't matter if you drive around the corner or 200 miles up the motorway it still doesn't like to start straight away.
Any advice would be great
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#2
Crank position sensor would be the first thing to check.
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#3
I'm not a petrol owner but have you checked connection to ign/fuel systems.Dirty connections can build up resistance when warm.Unplug all you can see & check under good light for corrosion.Only do 1 at a time..
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#4
I've not checked yet as not sure where to start. Kinda hoping it's something small and easy.
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#5
Spark plugs?coil pack?I would start with a service,new plugs ,filters ect,
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#6
Well the starter broke this morning. So it's been replaced with one that has a higher output.
Since then she starts fine, the temperature gauge has sorted itself out and the gas conversion has started to work again.
So not sure what all that was about.
But I'm going to service it asap with new plugs etc.
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#7
So are you saying it wasn't cranking?
Quote:pull up at shop or anywhere brief then she don't want to start'
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#8
(02-12-2016, 01:49 PM)Col Wrote:  So are you saying it wasn't cranking?
Quote:pull up at shop or anywhere brief then she don't want to start'


It was cranking but that was it.
But then the starter completely failed.
But now I've replaced the starter (again) all electoral problems seem to of sorted themselves. It also seems better on fuel??
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#9
That's the Tory government for you Big Grin
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