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Short Circuit - Preheat Relay, Clutch Switch, Diesel Pressure
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Hi All

I am new to the forum.

I have a 57 plate Berlingo Diesel Van.

It has just started to have an issue. I have had the engine cut out twice now.

The engine cuts out, and the engine warning light comes on (and stays on).
Initially, it won't run for more than a few seconds. Although it starts it will keep cutting out.
If it is left 5 or 10 minutes, it seems to run (although I have only driven at 'tickover' speeds).
The following daw it behaves normally. The first time I took it back to the garage and they reset the alarm .
The alarm statement was -
Preheat Relay, or Clutch Switch, or Diesel Pressure short circuit.

There doesn't look to be anything obvious. Has anyone experienced this previously, and resolved the problem.

Where are the Preheat relay, and Diesel pressure switches located?

Any suggestions greatfully recieved.

Gareth
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welcome to the forum, is your van a 1.6 or 2.0 ?
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