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Serious Berlingo Problem - Flashing Key Light
#11
broken, i knew i had seen this issue somewhere else. This guy has the immob light and a beep when he turns the key. Follow the thread down to the bottom, someone has put up instructions and pictures as to how to temporarily solve it. Its not a permanent fix, nor am i saying it solves your issue. Just give it a read.

http://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=289053
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#12
hi, the only other thing I noticed is sometimes when turning the steering wheel the battery light would come on and the van would make a noise, like it does when on full lock and the powersteering motor makes a funny noise. Apart from that, nothing
(14-01-2011, 07:20 PM)Andre Wrote:  broken, i knew i had seen this issue somewhere else. This guy has the immob light and a beep when he turns the key. Follow the thread down to the bottom, someone has put up instructions and pictures as to how to temporarily solve it. Its not a permanent fix, nor am i saying it solves your issue. Just give it a read.

http://www.lancerregister.com/showthread.php?t=289053

Thanks, I guess I could try that. The thing is though he says that his would not turn over.. mine turns over fine just won't fire up..
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#13
I suppose that there's no charge of a battery. Alarm system "told you" that there's not enough voltage on-board by it's sound. Try to charge battery and start engine.
How much volts on(in)a battery contacts?
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#14
The battery seems fine though, the engine turns over very strong. Just won't fire up due to this fault.
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#15
If it's so, then immobiliser blocked electrovalve on high pressure fuel pump(HPFP) or there's no fuel in a pipes.
If you have additional blocking valve from alarm system, just short it.

First diagnostic procedure is to check presence of fuel in a HPFP.

PS. I do not have an experience of ownership of diesel cars, but I had experience of repair the diesel trucks.
In my country engines by Rudolf Diesel are widespreaded on a trucks, locomotives and different military vehicles.
Because it's a heavy fuel and in our country we have strange climate: very hot summer and very cold winter.
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#16
hi i know it sounds silly but is fuel getting through crack one of the conections going to the injector just a turn and crank the engine over a couple of times to see if fuel is present also try tapping the cutoff solinoid as it can stick if you have fuel it is not the imobiliser
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#17
Hi donny011, could that cause it to set the key light flash and siren? Do you have any pics of these parts on the engine as I am crap with engines so not sure which parts are witch
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#18
Well guys, turns out it was a fuse. I went through them and number 10 was broken. So put a new 30w in 10 and it is all back to normal. So if anybody has this problem please check your fuse box!!
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#19
i have a 1998 citroen berlingo i was wiring a cd player in it and the yellow wire come loose fell out and touched metal and this sign and beeping has started and the van wouldnt start any ideas a way round this??
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#20
i have a 1998 citroen berlingo i was wiring a cd player in it and the yellow wire come loose fell out and touched metal and this sign and beeping has started and the van wouldnt start any ideas a way round this??
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