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Phildublin
 Posted Tuesday, February 12, 2019 5:49:44 PM
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Thanks for the reply.problem solved.it was a broken wire under the air box.it was on the connector behind the glow plugs and injectors.repaired and running great.Phil.
K And R
 Posted Saturday, February 09, 2019 6:32:35 PM
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The advice is a code read and live data read before fitting any parts.

Kev.


"If you dont KNOW how it works, don,t try to test or fix it"
Phildublin
 Posted Saturday, February 09, 2019 1:34:07 PM
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Hi I'm looking for advise on the following issue,I started up the van today and the glowplug light came on,after 10 min I thought I would turn off the engine and back on again to see if the light would stay or go.unfortunitly the van would not start again since.the battery is very low from all the attempted starts but not flat.now when I turn on the ignition I have the red stop light permanently on.van still wont start.i have a new set of glow plugs to fit and 2nd option is to replace the camshaft sensor. Any advise would be great. Thanks.