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Bankjobbob
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2019/09/15 15:43:19 (permalink)

No fuel no start

Hi Fourm 
bit lazy I know but thought this would be the best place for straight advice 
car will not start ive opened up one of the injectors and its dry, am I right in remembering that air box off and ignition on if I lift the flap I should hear the fuel pump ? 
Because I can't. Does one of the 
solenoids above the fuse box have anything to do with power to the the pump?
 If someone can remind me I would be grateful ( think it's an age thing !)
thanks bob

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    dij999
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    Re: No fuel no start 2019/09/15 19:56:14 (permalink)
    Correct - the fusebox/relay cover has the info inside it as to which is which - the circular relays are red and black   and fuel pump item is red.
     
    DJ
     
    Bankjobbob
    Hi Fourm 
    bit lazy I know but thought this would be the best place for straight advice 
    car will not start ive opened up one of the injectors and its dry, am I right in remembering that air box off and ignition on if I lift the flap I should hear the fuel pump ? 
    Because I can't. Does one of the 
    solenoids above the fuse box have anything to do with power to the the pump?
     If someone can remind me I would be grateful ( think it's an age thing !)
    thanks bob





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    Bankjobbob
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    Re: No fuel no start 2019/09/16 20:34:26 (permalink)
    dij999
    Correct - the fusebox/relay cover has the info inside it as to which is which - the circular relays are red and black   and fuel pump item is red.
     
    DJ
     
    Bankjobbob
    Hi Fourm 
    bit lazy I know but thought this would be the best place for straight advice 
    car will not start ive opened up one of the injectors and its dry, am I right in remembering that air box off and ignition on if I lift the flap I should hear the fuel pump ? 
    Because I can't. Does one of the 
    solenoids above the fuse box have anything to do with power to the the pump?
     If someone can remind me I would be grateful ( think it's an age thing !)
    thanks bob








    Bankjobbob
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    Re: No fuel no start 2019/09/16 20:37:18 (permalink)
    Thanks good info 
    can't wait to get back at it 
    bob
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