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Ford Transit 2.0 - Does not start

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  • #1
    Robcio1980
    Level 9  
    Hello,
    I have a problem with Ford Transit
    Earlier, it fired easily even in severe frosts.
    Some time ago, after stopping, the car went out and did not want to start again
    The battery is new, all cables are whole, I've changed the fuel filter but I still don't want to fire
    Recently, I tried to check if the pump feeds fuel after unscrewing one of them and turning the key, you can see that the fuel flies without a problem and here is the puzzle, after screwing the injection pipe I turned the key and the car fired without a problem.
    It came for some time, the engine was warmed up so I turned it off, I tried to start it again, it started after a long mole.
    Unfortunately, as the engine cooled down, it was not possible to start it, so I tried again to unscrew the injection tube and the car started again
    What could be the reason that I can't start the engine?
  • #3
    Robcio1980
    Level 9  
    In that case, how to bleed the system so that it does not get aerated?
  • #5
    Robcio1980
    Level 9  
    Hello
    The leak has already been removed, the ford started to fire but not so immediately. After turning the key the engine does not start immediately, only a few press of the gas pedal feeds with the car fires. After firing the car works fine. press the gas to make the car surprise. What could be the reason that pressing the gas pedal helps start the car and I don't want to
  • #7
    Robcio1980
    Level 9  
    And where is the temperature sensor?
  • #8
    wojciechjanusz
    Level 27  
    In my opinion, it is still slightly aerated. Check the injection overflow lines.
    What Transit is it - tddi or tdci?
  • #10
    wojciechjanusz
    Level 27  
    Robcio1980 wrote:
    Transit 2.5 td
    Wait, is this a Transit 2.5 TD with Lucas Epic injection system from before 2000? (i.e. either Mk4 or Mk5).
    In the subject of the post you wrote Transit 2.0 ... (i.e. model Mk6).

    In addition, you write that it reacts when firing to the addition of gas - no Transit with electronically controlled injection reacts to gas during firing. Also 2.5TD Lucas Epic. The injection dose during firing is always set by PCM. So I conclude that this is former Lucas Epic, but it has a mechanical Bosch pump with gas controlled gas, the turbine was left. This is a common practice at Epic, because there are very few people in this injection system.

    So what do you finally have?
  • #11
    Robcio1980
    Level 9  
    The car belongs to the father-in-law and has always said that it is a Ford Transit 2.0
    Only yesterday confirmed that it is 2.5 TD from 1999 with a Bosch pump
  • #12
    wojciechjanusz
    Level 27  
    Ok, in my opinion it is still aerated, the fuel goes back to the tank. Just a minimal amount is enough and you have to shoot hard.
    The two main reasons are;
    - developed valves of the mechanical feeding pump, during operation the pump still feeds the fuel, but in static conditions the fuel is filtered through it into the tank. These valves are to act as check valves
    - leak in the injection system, on the injector lines, on the injection pump or on the filter mount; if the system was perfectly sealed, even developed valves would not harm, the fuel would be kept under vacuum.

    If I can advise you:
    - buy a fuel pump, a replacement, but not such for PLN 50, only PLN 100-200. (e.g. http://www.ford.ewor.pl/towar/5073/pompa-paliwa-mechaniczna-transit- 1990-2000.html) .; replacement is simple, but with a channel / lift; originally, the pump connectors are fastened with pump connectors, I hope that they are still there, then you remove the cables in five seconds and unscrew the pump in five minutes; the pump is behind the turbine, above the oil pan, driven by a camshaft pusher;
    - change the filter again, clean with a cloth and gasoline the contact surface of the gasket in the mounting base, smear the gasket on the filter with clean oil, fill it with fuel, press it down, tighten.
    - check if there is a leak in the injector overflows,
    - check the pump for dryness, there must not be a drop of fuel under it.