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[Engine] 1.9d stop solenoid please help
#1
hi

i have a 2005 1.9d berlingo, when i bought the car the man i got it from said he had removed or disconnected the stop solenoid as the imob has came on, 
could somebody show/tell me how to remove the solenoid, i have tried to upload a photo, it just looks like a dome with a wire coming from the top, i use the car still but im getting fedup will having to stall it everytime i stop
thanks in advance


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(15-07-2017, 07:11 PM)wcs1 Wrote:  hi

i have a 2005 1.9d berlingo, when i bought the car the man i got it from said he had removed or disconnected the stop solenoid as the imob has came on, 
could somebody show/tell me how to remove the solenoid, i have tried to upload a photo, it just looks like a dome with a wire coming from the top, i use the car still but im getting fedup will having to stall it everytime i stop
thanks in advance
You'll need to look for an aftermarket stop solenoid. Take care to get a very good quality one as the dodgy ones just melt through leaving u stranded on the road with a leak and air in fuel system. I went through this twice but finally found a genuine lucas solenoid and been fine since. It comes with only one wire which u'll need to fit into the positive terminal of the harness connector.
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(15-07-2017, 07:11 PM)wcs1 Wrote:  hi

i have a 2005 1.9d berlingo, when i bought the car the man i got it from said he had removed or disconnected the stop solenoid as the imob has came on, 
could somebody show/tell me how to remove the solenoid, i have tried to upload a photo, it just looks like a dome with a wire coming from the top, i use the car still but im getting fedup will having to stall it everytime i stop
thanks in advance

Hi, welcome to the forum. If you take a look at the following thread it could be what you're looking for (post #63). The stop solenoid is a common topic for 1.9 engines on some other forums too it seems:

https://www.berlingoforum.com/thread-145...ight=lexia

If it's what you need, there are some on the bay and probably elsewhere (HC-Cargo 080207 Solenoid):
https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/sis.html?_ite...4099.l9146
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#4
thank you
i am going outside in a min to see if i can get it removed, it says lucas on the pump so am i correct in thinking i need a lucas solenoid ?
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(16-07-2017, 07:50 AM)wcs1 Wrote:  thank you
i am going outside in a min to see if i can get it removed,  it says lucas on the pump so am i correct in thinking i need a lucas solenoid ?

I don't know the answer to that, perhaps someone else on here will know. Only thing I can suggest in the mean time is to compare the pictures and read through the other posts from the link I sent, maybe send Kennard a PM and/or look on some of the ebay listings.
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#6
thank you guys, i have replaced the solenoid now, i have a switch in the car to stop the engine now so all is good,
the only thing i have to stress about now is the original solenoid does not come with a nut on the top but just a wire, so it is just hanging there, i dont know if to just cut it off or not?

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#7
If everything is working, I'd suggest just isolate it with tape and tie it out of the way. Why not feed the solenoid via a switched live so that it's active when the key is turned?
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(27-07-2017, 02:26 PM)cancunia Wrote:  If everything is working, I'd suggest just isolate it with tape and tie it out of the way. Why not feed the solenoid via a switched live so that it's active when the key is turned?
thanks for the reply,  there is no room to tie it up out of the way as it is on a very short piece of wire,  i had to get somebody to fit the solenoid and he could not find a ignition live feed and it was taking alot of his time so i just said to fit a switch, im getting used to turning the switch and ignition on at the same time so its not an issue


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