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    Thread: 306 2.0 HDI has been running fine without coolant for months????
Post: RE: 306 2.0 HDI has been running fine without cool...

The DW10's don't run that hot under normal conditions anyway. However, the engine temp sensor is located at the top of the engine, screwed into the thermostat housing so it won't give you proper readi...
FuST DW10 HDi section 3 1,136 07-11-2019, 08:29 AM
    Thread: What turbo?
Post: RE: What turbo?

I finally got around to taking a picture of the turbo to try and identify it. I'm guessing this would be a KKK K03s then (see below picture)? I'd like to be sure before ordering and taking everything ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 4 1,749 16-04-2019, 09:33 AM
    Thread: I'm having trouble pulling off.
Post: RE: I'm having trouble pulling off.

I've got a similar speedo issue but only when it's cold and/or wet, but I agree that shouldn't cause (nearly)stalling the engine. (If anyone has a suggestion on what might cause the speedo issue, i'd ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 13 2,470 19-12-2018, 02:38 PM
    Thread: What turbo?
Post: RE: What turbo?

So basically you won't know until you're able to dig it out of the engine bay. That's kind of..... inconvenient. :( Edit: so what's the actual difference? Am I correct in assuming that the K03 has a ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 4 1,749 08-11-2018, 09:42 PM
  Big Grin Thread: What turbo?
Post: What turbo?

Hi all, My HDi's turbo has a *slight* oil leak and I'm looking to replace the turbo cartridge/core. However, I see some conflicting information online and in the Haynes manual as some say it's a gare...
FuST DW10 HDi section 4 1,749 07-11-2018, 10:30 PM
    Thread: Climate control retrofit??
Post: Climate control retrofit??

I have the opportunity to buy all necessary parts for cheap, does anyone know if this would be doable? I already have aircon and from what I can tell it should be as simple as fitting a different heat...
FuST Interior, Exterior, ICE 0 770 08-06-2018, 01:48 PM
    Thread: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrapping Project 16v.
Post: RE: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrappin...

Actually, louvring the bonnet might not be such a bad idea. Also, it looks awesome when done right
FuST DW10 HDi section 57 6,107 26-04-2018, 05:54 PM
    Thread: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrapping Project 16v.
Post: RE: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrappin...

It all just sounds like a bad airflow problem to me. While air getting in is very important, it also has to go somewhere. Are you sure there is enough room between the rad and the engine for good airf...
FuST DW10 HDi section 57 6,107 26-04-2018, 06:46 AM
    Thread: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrapping Project 16v.
Post: RE: HELP. Desperation, last resort before scrappin...

Quote:30seconds later; T80 M78 BH73 TH73 When cruising normally there isn't much of a temp change from top to bottom of the rad? IIRC the (stock)thermostat on the 16v doesn't open below ~81-85ish so ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 57 6,107 23-04-2018, 11:38 AM
    Thread: 076 injector advice
Post: RE: 076 injector advice

I've replaced them today and the ticking/rattle is pretty much gone. Only when accelerating at WOT it is slightly noticeable. Then engine seems to run smoother overall, so job done. I'll keep the old ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 16 2,991 31-03-2018, 07:45 PM
    Thread: 076 injector advice
Post: RE: 076 injector advice

Thanks, I'll make sure to line them up properly. Already got myself a fresh set of fire seals so that's sorted.
FuST DW10 HDi section 16 2,991 30-03-2018, 11:29 AM
    Thread: 076 injector advice
Post: RE: 076 injector advice

On final question before taking stuff apart. The Haynes manual says to replace the high-pressure fuel pipes but I also see people reusing the old ones. What would you guys advise? Use the old ones or ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 16 2,991 30-03-2018, 07:18 AM
    Thread: 076 injector advice
Post: RE: 076 injector advice

Thanks for the feedback everyone, I've taken the gamble and ordered one of the sets off ebay and also ordered a set of fire seals from a local parts store. I'll install them when they arrive and I'll ...
FuST DW10 HDi section 16 2,991 26-03-2018, 09:44 PM
    Thread: 076 injector advice
Post: 076 injector advice

Because (at least) one of my injectors is making a lot of noise, the engine is making the "ticking" sound up to about 3000 RPM and I'm getting rubbish MPG I'm looking to replace my injectors with a go...
FuST DW10 HDi section 16 2,991 23-03-2018, 08:09 AM
    Thread: tacho glitch
Post: RE: tacho glitch

The tacho is driven by the flywheel sensor (crankshaft position sensor). It feeds it's data to the ECU, which in turn sends a signal to the tacho. Since there's no drop in engine RPM I'd rule that out...
FuST DW10 HDi section 3 904 07-03-2018, 03:49 PM
    Thread: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anymore
Post: RE: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anym...

The inertia switch reset (under the bonnet) is just a 2 pin switch, it can be tested with a multimeter or bypassed with a jumper wire (pins 1 & 3 on the plug I beleive, check the terminals on the...
FuST DW10 HDi section 7 985 27-02-2018, 05:15 PM
    Thread: HDi Starting issues
Post: RE: HDi Starting issues

The new battery (maybe together with the new glow plug) seems to have solved the problem, cranking over much quicker now. It's not starting as fast as when the engine is warm, but that is to be expect...
FuST DW10 HDi section 9 1,152 27-02-2018, 07:45 AM
    Thread: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anymore
Post: RE: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anym...

The lp pump is controller by the ECU. It switches the brown or black relay behind the ECU on when the ignition is turned on and switches off after about 6 seconds. Also, fuse #35 (I beleive) under the...
FuST DW10 HDi section 7 985 26-02-2018, 09:31 PM
    Thread: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anymore
Post: RE: 306 XS 2.0 HDi died suddenly not starting anym...

Just a couple of ideas, might not be useful (or coherent for that matter :P) To my knowledge a loss of keycode should not interfere with the lp pump, the immobiliser merely shuts off the injectors. I...
FuST DW10 HDi section 7 985 26-02-2018, 09:04 PM
    Thread: HDi Starting issues
Post: RE: HDi Starting issues

@Mighty306: I'll do some of the tests described there, but I'm thinking battery for sure now (read on :)) @Poodle: I'll check to see if I can find any problems with the relay, cam and crank sensor see...
FuST DW10 HDi section 9 1,152 26-02-2018, 07:58 AM
    Thread: HDi Starting issues
Post: RE: HDi Starting issues

Ok, I'm with you guys on the battery going bad, I know computers can do some weird stuff when underpowered. The battery is at least 3.5 years old, it was the one fitted when I bought the car. What th...
FuST DW10 HDi section 9 1,152 25-02-2018, 09:25 AM
    Thread: HDi Starting issues
Post: HDi Starting issues

Ok, so here goes my story (i'll try to keep it short) Last year in the cold I noticed my trusty HDi wouldn't start quite as fast as it does in the summer. No concern there, I know batteries lose some...
FuST DW10 HDi section 9 1,152 24-02-2018, 08:45 PM
    Thread: Hello from The Netherlands
Post: Hello from The Netherlands

Hello fellow 306-enthousiasts, Not really a newbie, but new to these forums. I'm Dutch and not a native speaker, so excuse some of my grammatical errors ;) I've been browsing these forums for quite s...
FuST Newbies 0 680 24-02-2018, 08:33 PM