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#1 mpooley05

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 08:23 PM

Hi,

I own a ford fiesta 1.4 tdci which as been a good car until the engine system fault message appeared. It started off by coming on every so often and I could switch the car off and the fault would clear. It then become worse with the light appearing more often and in the end stayed on permeantly. I then started to notice a smell of fumes in the car and therefore I replaced all the injector seals which fixed that fault but the light was still on. I cleared the fault memory but the light returned soon as I started the vehicle up I then re-checked the fault memory and faults were stored for the EGR valve - I then replaced the EGR valve, started the car up, which took ages to start but finally did. I then took the car up the road and the light disappeared and it was back to normally until i nearly got home and the car cut out and the same light appeared again. When you switched the car off the fault would clear and on idle no light appears until you raise the revs and after 30 seconds the light returns, so I re-checked the fault memory and fault code - P0002 - Fuel volume regulator control circuit out of range/performance was stored.
So, could anyone please help?
Many thanks,
Martin.

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#2 jmurray01

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 09:43 PM

This thread would do better in the Fiesta section.


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