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[Engine] not getting fuel
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Hi, im a new member i have a 2003 berlingo van 1.9d, i changed the ecu, bsi and key fob today and the engine wont fire up, it cranks and turns over but will not fire, i have done checks and can see it is not getting fuel. Does anyone know if the fuel pump needs to be programmed to the new ecu/bsi? Any ideas would be welcome thanks.
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#2
Hi   Scottn4957,

Welcome to the forum ,

Just wondering why you changed the ecu etc, ?

According to some other posts which I found by searching the forum some  pumps  should be coded/programmed to the ecu which can be done by a stealer, sorry dealer.      
 Other pumps don't,  more likely the older model pumps.  

 Some people had cut off the metal shielding round the solenoid and rigged a switch to it , bypassing the ecu.

Don't know if a lexia code reader can do it .
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(09-03-2015, 08:57 AM)brodfather11 Wrote:  Hi   Scottn4957,

Welcome to the forum ,

Just wondering why you changed the ecu etc, ?

According to some other posts which I found by searching the forum some  pumps  should be coded/programmed to the ecu which can be done by a stealer, sorry dealer.      
 Other pumps don't,  more likely the older model pumps.  

 Some people had cut off the metal shielding round the solenoid and rigged a switch to it , bypassing the ecu.

Don't know if a lexia code reader can do it .

yes as said in prev post carefully cut top off thick metal shielddont go to deep with grinder as you will cut the stop solinoid
after removing the plate cut the wires on the solinoid one goes to switched live other goes earth and hey presto she should start
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(09-03-2015, 08:57 AM)brodfather11 Wrote:  Hi   Scottn4957,

Welcome to the forum ,

Just wondering why you changed the ecu etc, ?

According to some other posts which I found by searching the forum some  pumps  should be coded/programmed to the ecu which can be done by a stealer, sorry dealer.      
 Other pumps don't,  more likely the older model pumps.  

 Some people had cut off the metal shielding round the solenoid and rigged a switch to it , bypassing the ecu.

Don't know if a lexia code reader can do it .

yes as said in prev post carefully cut top off thick metal shielddont go to deep with grinder as you will cut the stop solinoid
after removing the plate cut the wires on the solinoid one goes to switched live other goes earth and hey presto she should start
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#5
Can anyone help me plz I have got a 56 plate berlingo van 2.0 hdi wot happernd is the power steering belt snap so got it pulled to garage next day by friend had new belt put on battery and starter motor and the vans never started since any ideas chears


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@George
You would be better starting your own thread because otherwise your question will probably get lost within this thread and not reach your intended target audience
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