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PostPosted: Thu 29 May, 2014 11:15 am Reply with quote
I'm having a jerky power problem when the car is cold, and it's sometimes a pain in the backside to start her up.
A tiny hole has been found in the fuel pipe that is letting air in, just where it connects to the pump, almost invisible. My mechanic only found it with pressurised air.

Is there anything I should know about changing the pipe myself?
The mechanic said it's just a polyurethane hose.
Is it just a case of finding some pipe with the same gauge, cutting it to the right size and pushing it onto the hose connectors? Would getting the length or width of the pipe wrong be a bad idea?

EDIT - Just cut the hose off and pushed it back onto the connector. Leak is gone, but there are still juddery power drops when it's cold.
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Re: 106 1.5D Starting problems

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Dec, 2014 10:24 am Reply with quote
Jamonkey1982 wrote (View Post):
Hi,

I have been having this problem with my 1.5d for about two years now, and have something for you that you might want to check.

After having a proper look under the bonnet, i found that source of the problem was the fuel filter housing itself.

I removed the air filter box to get a better view of the fuel filter housing, at the back of the housing (at the top just above where filter screws in) was a hole about the size of a 2p piece with a plastic thing inside it.

After filling this whole with blue tac and gaffer tape, my cold starting problems have been cured - which has been the case for around 6 months.

If anyone knows what the hole actually is and weather there's something more technical that can be shoved in it, i would appreciate it.

Cheers

J
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PostPosted: Sat 24 Jan, 2015 7:58 pm Reply with quote
sp_redeye wrote (View Post):
Hi

Recently changed oil filter, cambelt and now having problems getting the thing started. Engine starts with no problems and then cuts out after 2 seconds.

I have removed and bypassed the immobiliser, replaced the stop solenoid with standard one and checked that 12V is present at solenoid.
Have also bled air from fuel system but still same thing, For a few seconds engine revs and sounds good but then immediately cuts out. Have double checked the timing and all seems OK.
Any ideas where to look next?







how do you bypass the immobiliser????

cheers Darren
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