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Fuel Primer
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I have an issue with my 306 not starting. The engine is turning over but firing up.

When I turn the key I don't hear the fuel priming. I have checked the voltage and there is no power to the primer.

I have checked the fuse box in the car and the one under the bonnet and it all looks fine. I was wondering if there is a fuse or a relay that I would be able to check? 

BR
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(20-08-2019, 10:48 PM)vento85 Wrote: I have an issue with my 306 not starting. The engine is turning over but firing up.

When I turn the key I don't hear the fuel priming. I have checked the voltage and there is no power to the primer.

I have checked the fuse box in the car and the one under the bonnet and it all looks fine. I was wondering if there is a fuse or a relay that I would be able to check? 

BR

Hi,

I tink we have a fuel pump ralay.
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Thanks for your feedback.

Sorry for the late update:

I have checked the voltage again after checking other things, and it seems maybe I checked the voltage pins incorrectly, or didn't get a good connection as I now am getting voltage.

I managed to get the car started the following day, but it has not been 100%, but manageable. The car will cutout time to time went going around a round-a-bout (taking the 3rd exit, or going all the way around). The car will start up again (7 out of 10 times) after waiting for the glow plug light to go off. Sometimes when I park the car up to open the garage doors, it won't start up again on the first attempt, and I have noticed the lift pump has not kicked it and have to turn the key to off and back until I hear the lift pump turn on.

Just wondering if this is actually an issue with the lift pump or something else.

I would be very grateful for some advice. Smile
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