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Fuel one way valve
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I park my berlingo 1.9d on a down hill slope and it.starts but if i park it uphill the fuel runs back to the tank. Id likr to fit a oneway valve to the fuel line somewhere. Has anyone done this? Thanks.
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#2
if your fuels running back to the tank then you have an air leak into the system

change the fuel leak offs on the injectors , check the injector seals. check all the unions and check the fuel pipes. If the system isnt leaking air it cant run back

a one way valve is a sticky plaster , some monkey did this on an old car of mine instead of changing the leak offs and i ended up the air leak turning into a fuel leak with an engine covered in diesel smoke in the engine bay from where it was dripping on the hot exhaust.
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How do you change the leak offs. The manifold is in the way
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