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[Engine] help needed
Yeah good point Tomcat, then again I missed the fact it also fails hot sometimes..

Superbee, are you anywhere near Ilkston (Notts)?

Try he's one of our members and a PSA specialist. Give him a ring if you are and see what he advises.
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
I got car back from garage they told me nothing was wrong with it as started 1 st time for them even overnight so thought i would have a last look over before giving up the garage told me they checked relay and was fine but thought i would check this again after car failed to start for me and there was power going in and only power coming out of one of the four wires as i excepted to be getting around 3v to each plug and when removed cables were correded and covered in a green algea tried to remove to clean up but sheered connectors on back so im 99.9999999% this is the issue so ordered new relay also goiing to fit some betta glow plugs so ordered some bosch ones as only fitted cheap ebay ones and pretty sure this will be a end to it many thankjs for evreyones help
Ah yes, eBay plugs are crap. Get Bosch ones. And good find at last.
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
van started 1 st time this morning drove work all good left van about 15mins and it would start roughly but would not run here is a video

so tried about 20 mins to start so left van called recovery then tried again and fired up 1st time and run fine so not a clue what is going on
Intermittent faults can be hard to track down. You need a skilled diagnostic tech with DiagBox or you could be chasing this fault the rest of your life mate.

Could just be a sticking fuel pressure regulator for example, but without will never ever know for sure. (Just one more thing you can't test without it)

One question, do you press the throttle when you start it? Never ever touch the throttle on a DBW car while starting's weird others can start it every time except you....? Or has it happened to anyone else like the AA man?

Reasons being the ECU does a DBW pedal basic zero calibration when the ignition is turned on, if you touch or pump the pedal it puts the pedal zero out of whack and it won't be read properly.

Anyway, get yourself DiagBox or take it to someone who knows this system. Or you could still be doing this thread next year....Big Grin
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise
Isn't the 1.9d (DW8 engine) a basic beast with a mechanical fuel pump (not common rail) and a throttle cable, I think it has a throttle position sensor.

Haas the fuel filter been changed recently?

My vehicle .... 2006 (m59) Berlingo Multispace Desire - 1.6 HDI 92 
(23-02-2021, 08:10 AM)Tomcat3 Wrote:  At that mileage I would be checking the valve clearances especially the exhaust valves as they have tendency to close up and when cold a loss of compression.

From what I've seen of 1.9d starting issues, this seems to be the most common.

Did you get a chance to check them yet?
Ah yeah sorry I forgot it's a cable or TPS.
My Van: 2012 B9 1.6 HDi Enterprise

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