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FIAT DUCATO II 2.8 TDI 1999 Fuel Pump

pump not running 3 pin plug has earth and 6volts to it & 1 pin no feed. Cant find how its fed but JTD book says they are 12v dont want to put 12V on and blow it as may be speed control as would not expect pump to run on full power all time engine running. Any clues folks Thanks Mick

If your van is indeed a 2.8 TDi (rather than 2.8 JTD ) then the 3 wire connector is for the fuel cut-off solenoid and its associated PCB (the pump being mechanically driven from the cambelt so will only run with the engine) The power supply for the PCBsolenoid comes via the immobiliser aerial located near the steering lock(unless van has been modified) but Im not sure how many volts this should be.

wont start then this is quite likely to be a problem with the immobiliser. If you run a search on the forum there are quite a few threads on how to bypass this (but does require a bit of mechanical and electrical dexterity) Thanks for reply Crosskeeper. Is TDI not JTD seems TDI does not have fuel pump in tank like the JTD has but little info available on TDI would be nice to get a CCT diagram ducato

FIAT DUCATO 2004 (53) Ducato 11 2.0JTD Fuel Pump Problems

Hi guys......newbie needs some fiat guidance if I can please. My fiat ducato started running on after killing the ignition a few days ago and today will not start thinking that the problem was linked I started digging I found out that fuel pump or fuel pump relay problems are common on the ducato - I took the air filter pipe off and sprayed ez start straight into the inlet - she started to turn over

Not starting is not unusual at all there are a myriad of reasons however the interesting bit is since you say it ran on with ignition off I would first check your ignition switch as the jtd engine is totally electronically controlled - it cant run on itself like the old mechanical diesel would when the stop solenoid was brokenstuck. The orange wire from the ignition supplies the ecu on pin 58 via fuse

FIAT DUCATO diesel fuel pump change is it needed

Hi my husband is fitting another 2.8D engine to his ducato year 2000. Does he need to fit the diesel pump off the original engine to the replacement 1. Asking as Im sure I did read on these forums that he would have to do this so double checking. Wouldnt want him to do unnecessary work.

The mechanical pump should change over ok but the fuel solenoid on the early models has to stay with the vehicle as it talks to the ECU and KCU. The solenoids arent that nice to change in place but if your motor is out should be easy.

FIAT DUCATO ducato 2.8 fuelfuel pump problem

hi. i have a 51 plate 2.8 jdt .on starting i hear the pump prime the engine starts fine but runs for a very short while then cuts out. it will start again after turning ign off and letting pump re prime. any ideas please.

Originally Posted by JMG Since found that if i disconect the three wire plug on top of a black round thing on top of the fuel rail i will run and not cut out although dont sound quite right. Third piston deactivation solenoid third piston is deactivated to decrease engine load at low revs prevent over torque etc. or when the fuel temp is over 106C it may solve your problem temporarily but its not the cause of the problem. Bypassing it is a bandaid.

FIAT DUCATO fiat ducato 2.8 fuel solenoid Location

Hello Could anybody tell me the location of the fiat ducato 2.8 fuel solenoid. My Van as just started to refuse to switch off a post suggest first to replace the solenoid but i dont know were it is. Thanks

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FIAT DUCATO Fiat Ducato 2.8jtd fuel problem

I have a problem with my van and just cannot get my head around it it all started today when i took the low pressure fuel pump out ( pump in tank ) for a good old clean as it was whirring quite loud sure enough there was loads of crap in the pump i used some fresh diesel to swirl around the pump and tip it back out i also blew down the two nozzles on top to make sure all the crap got out. Put the pump

Id be guessing something to do with the pressure regulator on the high pressure pump possible due to dirtdebris in the pump. Could be a lot of things though rail pressure sensor third piston deactivation solenoid sticking injector wiring cam sensor sensor gap. Diagnostic will narrow things down. One thing you can do is disconnect the rail pressure sensor the ecu will then default to a predetermined

Hi to everyone in broken fiat land. I joined the forum for exactly the code problem. I have researched using two brilliant guys for guideance Many thanks Andy Hickling and Diesel Bob. Now for what its worth is my opinion which you are entitled to Its all down to the immobilisor Not the key Not the ignition lock Not the aerial Not the black box or even the ECU . Its down to that Bldy solenoid in the

FIAT DUCATO Immobiliser problem on Ducato motorhome

Hi I have a 1999 Hymer motorhome based on the 2.8 TD fiat ducato. The immobiliser has decided not to recognise the ignition key and at the moment its stuck on my driveway.Ive tried the both the slave and master keys and the engine cranks but wont fire and the CODE warning light on the dashboard stays on. Ive had a word with my mechanic and hes asked if anyone knows if theres a diagnostic socket on

Have done a lot of early 2.8s. If your system is the same it can be bypassed but requires some mechanical ability and dexterity. The Keycode Unit by the steering column talks to the fuel solenoid on the injection pump. This solenoid sticks out of the pump towards to starter motor ie mounted horizontal eastwest. Remove any pipes hosing etc. in the way eg intercooler hoses. Remove the 3 pin plug the

removed leaving a standard fuel solenoid. The 3 pin loom plug has wires from ignition earth and KCU. Located the ign wire (live with key on) connect this to the fuel solenoid. The KCU box under the dash can be disconnected. Note vehicle security has now been compromised the van can now be started without a coded key. Hello New to the forum got the immobiliser problem with a 51 plate (Old shape) ducato

Originally Posted by Dandrums Ive just spoke to a chap at fiat who says my reg number comes up with a mechanical pump and the red key system which means Sounds like someone with too much time on their hands swapped a jtd into your van if the fiat guy is correct - whats your chassis number. Are you sure you have a jtd does your injection pump look like this httpwww.xzsy-cn.comimagesupload...42DSC00726.JPG

FIAT DUCATO II 1997 2.5 TDi Ducato (8140.47R) ECU diagnostic port EGR

The title alone would have caused some people here to look twice as Ive read that at least one of you thinks that 1997 2.5 TDis dont have an ECU . Mine has. Ive seen it and it appears to be causing problems. Intermittent power loss or stuttering is perhaps the best way to describe it a problem not unknown in the wacky world of ECU s. The problem comes and goes and appears to be caused or worsened by

Have now located and cleaned the crank sensor. No change. Then tapped both it and the connector with a screwdriver while engine running at fast idle. No joy. The question occurs what exactly is the ECU doing when theres an old-fashioned diesel pump It cant be anything to do with timing can it The only thing left is mixture control or controlling the amount of fuel that gets added to the air. So how

Originally Posted by hymerhobo Have now located and cleaned the crank sensor. No change. Then tapped both it and the connector with a screwdriver while engine running at fast idle. No joy. The question occurs what exactly is the ECU doing when theres an old-fashioned diesel pump It cant be anything to do with timing can it The only thing left is mixture control or controlling the amount of fuel that

FIAT DUCATO Ducato 2.8JTD starting problem

Hi Can anyone help with an intermittent starting fault on a 2002 ducato 2.8jtd. This vehicle has had a fault for 18 months it cranks but wont fire. Starting fluid ether etc will allow it to start but only use it as a last resort. Cranking speed is about 270 rpm expected fuel pressure is 300 Mpa actual pressure varies from 60 to 100 Mpa. These figures are as recorded on various scanners (Bosch KTS fiat

FIAT DUCATO What does this bit do

I have a Motorhome based on a 2.5td ducato and have found a wire that wasnt connected to a solenoid under the fuel pump. The connector is very corroded so hasnt been connected for some time but i have no idea what the solenoid is there for. It is under the diesel pump has a cable connected to its actuator which is then connected to a sprung arm so would appear to turn something which then shuts when

Originally Posted by rincewind I have a Motorhome based on a 2.5td ducato and have found a wire that wasnt connected to a solenoid under the fuel pump. The connector is very corroded so hasnt been connected for some time but i have no idea what the solenoid is there for. It is under the diesel pump has a cable connected to its actuator which is then connected to a sprung arm so would appear to turn

FIAT DUCATO II 2004 2.8 liter ducato motorhome will not start

Hello folks wondering if someone could help out a couple we have here in the U.S. from Germany with there motorhome. We are in the process of aquiring a diagnostic interface cable to work with the multiecuscan software our customer has downloaded. I believe the correct interface is the kkl cable If someone could verify that it would be appreciated or maybe even a link to the correct one for purchase

We tried the bleed off test just while cranking(because it doesnt start as previouslly stated) we got nothing . We took the high pressure line to the rail off and with key on the low pressure pump was pushing fuel thru the high pressure pump and rail supply line. Im leaning more and more toward a high pressure pump failure but with two solenoids on the high pressure pump they might be commanding the

Originally Posted by circ1977 We tried the bleed off test just while cranking(because it doesnt start as previouslly stated) we got nothing . We took the high pressure line to the rail off and with key on the low pressure pump was pushing fuel thru the high pressure pump and rail supply line. Im leaning more and more toward a high pressure pump failure but with two solenoids on the high pressure pump

We havent charged this couple a dime yet and fiat is actually stepping in to help these folks out. So we will see what they come up with we just started selling fiats here in the u.s. last year and all we have are 2 passenger car models so far. We did sell sprinters in the past and still have them come in for service. Im used to common rail with cummins but the euro set up is alot different. You are

Originally Posted by circ1977 We havent charged this couple a dime yet and fiat is actually stepping in to help these folks out. So we will see what they come up with we just started selling fiats here in the u.s. last year and all we have are 2 passenger car models so far. We did sell sprinters in the past and still have them come in for service. Im used to common rail with cummins but the euro set

FIAT DUCATO II 2001 1.9tdi ducato starting problems.

Hi all I was having an off day and drove straight past the petrol station this morning and ran out of fuel. I didnt try to restart it when it conked out until I had put some fuel back in it but it wouldnt restart. The recovery guy came out and after allot of messing around it still would not start. He cracked off the nuts of each injector and got fuel through but when it gets to the pump nothing happens.

injectors that you say are giving fuel is there any smoke at exhaust on cranking indicating fuel injection to cylinders being a direct injection the cold start shouldnt be a problem on starting. sounds as if the guy was blagging it was t belt checked ( if its not chain or gear setup) for failure but this wouldnt allow pump to turn and feed injectors most modern carsvans self bleed but im finding fiat

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I need wire connection for fiat ducato 2.3 JTD

cylinders 1 2 3 and 4 respectively. Engine management unit M010 is equipped with a CAN connection - from pins 9 and 10 connector A - to ABS control unit M050 - pins 29 and 30 -. Engine management unit M010 governs activation of the warning lights on instrument panel E050 from pins 21 and 14 of connector A if the injection system malfunctions. Peter Attached Thumbnails   __________________ fiat

FIAT DUCATO wheres me glowplug

Hi All My 93 2.5 TD ducato needs a new glowplug of which it only needs one called a thermostart I believe. The GP light stays on for ages 1m when cold and switches off immediately when warm as it only comes into effect at temps below 4C. Now I ordered a new GP but it seems tiny compared to what I thought was the GP on my van (GP_2). But now I find another thing that looks like a GP (GP_1). Which one

mentioned programming a microprocessor to control it. As far as I can tell the solenoid switches on and off hence the brrrrrrrr noise so my though would be that a push button may overheat the plug or consume too much of the oxygen in the intake. Unfortunately I severed my oscilloscope probe last week so cant check what the input to the solenoid is right now. [note] I mentioned earlier that fiat

FIAT DUCATO Ducato 2.8JTD Code Problem No 3pin plug

Hello everyone. I have a 2002 ducato 2.8 JTD . The battery went flat over xmas and once charged up the code light came on. I have read everything on this forum but to no avail. We have tried Flashing the Battery terminals Pos and Neg. Rewiring the plugs on the high pressure pump. We can not find any 3 pin connectors on the pump just two 2 pin plugs. The pump in the tank is working and we have fuel

Im confused too how do you flash a battery. Where I come from flashers get arrested. Please dont tell us you also jump your battery. On a serious note the pump solenoid operated by the KCU has only 2 wires on some vehicles an ign feed and the switching wire from the KCU. The earth is internal. You can remove the top section of this (with difficulty) and find there is a standard fuel shutoff solenoid

FIAT DUCATO Puzzling stalling problem

My 2002 ducato 1.9TD camper has an occasional problem with stalling shortly after starting for the first time in the day. Last year during a weeks holiday it happened on two successive days then was fine for the rest of the week. Each time it happened the van just lost power and as soon as I declutched the engine stopped. After coming to a standstill I restarted it and it was fine for the rest of the

I had a 1998 2.5td (also with mechanical fuel pump) so probably the same chassis as yours. The factory immobiliser had already been bypassed and it also had a aftermarket Cobra alarmimmobiliser fitted. To complete the hat-trick it also had a habit of cutting out in awkward situations (however at the same time all ignition controlled functions such as indicators were also lost) After much anguish (&

Sorry to hear the problem hasnt been solved it makes driving the van so fraught that you cant enjoy it (and I only suffered the problem for a couple of months before I found the cause) If the fault is so random its got to be electrical rather than fuelling especially as the mechanical fuelling system on those vans is so bombproof. When the engine cuts out quickly check if you still have all the other

Hi thanks for the contribution. As I understand it part of the immobiliser electronics is integrated with the fuel cut-off solenoid and is sealed within a potting compound which means it has to be completely destroyed to gain access to the solenoid power feeds. The connection to the key code unit is via a 3-pin in-line connector. Im guessing that the three conductors are 12V Ground and a coded signal

Originally Posted by fenman Apparently it isnt. Ive just taken it to a local diesel specialist and he says that on my pump the immobiliserfuel solenoid is protected behind a steel bracket fitted with shear bolts. It would need an angle grinder to get to it and the pump would need to be removed due to restricted access. It would take him about 2 hours after the pump was removed. He thinks it might even

FIAT DUCATO Ducato 2.8jtd strange problem

Hi all ive just joined up to your forum to ask if anyone can help me im at my wits end and my sanity is soon to leave I have a 2005 fiat ducato maxi 2.8jtd its been a cracking van til now and ive never had a problem with it but last week the starter went so i bought a new one for it. Between the Old starter being removed and the new one being fitted was about 2 days so the battery was disconnected

Originally Posted by Monkey27 i indicated to turn right and it cut out right in the middle of the road indicator off and it fired up again straight away I think im going to have to take it to an auto electrician its doing my head in This symptom brought back some unhappy memories however my van at the time was a 1998 2.5 TD with a mechanical injection pump with a fuel cut-off solenoid so the cause

Originally Posted by Crossingkeeper This symptom brought back some unhappy memories however my van at the time was a 1998 2.5 TD with a mechanical injection pump with a fuel cut-off solenoid so the cause of your problem may not be the same. On that van the supply from battery to the ignition switch passed through a large lucar connector (located on top of drivers wheelarch) which had almost burnt out.

FIAT DUCATO New Ducato not starting issue

Got a new one for everyone here. Around a week ago our company delivery van cut out whilst driving and refused to restart. Having a look under the bonnet the first thing I did was swap out relay T10 for a new relay and try again nothing Listening for the prime pump it is feint compared to normal but there Next step disconnected the feed into the fuel filter and turned her over there appears to be fuel

update Well it seems my last post was incorrect Having done a new collector test on the main supply to the rail I seem to get a dribble in a 10 second turn over - not nearly as much as I would expect. Changed the rail pressure sensor any how just to count that out of the equation. Performed a leak off test of the injectors to try and establish exactly what is going on at the business end - and to my

FIAT DUCATO Engine Quiery

hi i am looking for a little help i have just brought a fiat ducato swb on a 1998 plateit previously had a 1.9td engine in it but i have bought this as a rolling shell could any one tell me which engines(and possible gearbox )can be put back in as i have been told a pug 306 1.9td engine will fit is this true any comments will be helpfull thanks.

My 1998 ducato has a 2.5iTD engine fitted this I think was a popular choice at the time so you might find it easier to source one of these. All the shells were the same so in theory any engine from any donor van 1995-2000 will fit the criteria really is if the original driveshafts are there and if you want to retain these. I believe each enginegearbox combination had diferent shafts. At least with

Stop solenoid or immobiliser solenoid dropping out when hot then pulling back in when cooled down maybe. Never had it on a car or van but Ive had it once on a similar fuel pump.

Originally Posted by mikey72 Stop solenoid or immobiliser solenoid dropping out when hot then pulling back in when cooled down maybe. Never had it on a car or van but Ive had it once on a similar fuel pump. Could check with a big can of plumbing freezer spray I suppose.

FIAT DUCATO 2.8L Ducato

Hi - just wondering if anyone can help. I have a 2.8 diesel ducato that stops for no reason. It seems to be electrical but as it is an intermitant problem I cannot be positive. It can run for a few hours minutes at travelling idling speed or hot cold and then simply stops. Sometimes it will start again but other times it will not. Any pointers would be appreciated as I have run out of ideas & a little sick of pushing it. Thanks

Hi only fault I ever heard of like this was the fuel cut off solenoid on the diesel pump but that was on a basic 1.9 have you checked the wiring to this Good luck Mike

FIAT DUCATO Ducato LWB Welfare Bus 2.8d Thatcham 2

Ok Have completed convesion of welfare bus to Motor caravan & sent documents along photographs to the Dvla to have registration document changed . So started seeking insurance quotes & the inevitable questions are asked like does the vehicle have an imobiliser to thatcham spec I run a 2003 Citroen Picasso & I know that the factory fitted imobiliser is to thatcham 2 spec. Does the 2002 ducato meet thatcham

Thatcham 2 requires the engine circuits to be broken at two points Id imagine that yours is only immobilised by the solenoid in the fuel pump. The cobra 8510 is a fairly straightforward addition. Cobra A8510 Thatcham Category 2 Immobiliser Amazon.co.uk Electronics   Cobra A8510 Thatcham Category 2 Immobiliser Amazon.co.uk Electronics

FIAT DUCATO Starting problem no headlights no panel lights starter works but engine doesnt

Maybe some experienced ducato 1990 techs can help me to figure this out When I turn the key to on there is missing only - the headlights - the cockpit panel lights All other visible electrical appliances seem to work fine. When I turn the key to start the starter motor works allright but the engine doesnt come on. (It sounds like the engine does not get fuel.) fuel tank is full battery as well. All

Hi My reply wont be that helpful as its just that you havent stated whether your van is diesel or petrol I owned a 1989 Talbot which is basically the same van however this was petrol engined with a distributor and carburettor so I could base any fault finding on my previous experience with cars however even if yours is the diesel version it is a basic mechanical fuel injection pump with as you say

FIAT DUCATO 2.8JTD engine cuts out

Hi I need help with a 2002 ducato 2.8JTD. Engine dies intermittently hotcold after a few hundy ks or 2-3 times in as many ks. We have replaced rail pressure sensor pressure reg tank pumpgauge unit. DTC P0191 Diesel Pressure Test is the only code up. The other day the injection light came up and fuel gauge dropped (a few days after tank unit was replaced) so checked wiring. Thought fault was in the

During the week we removed and stripped the engine to ecu loom and removed the battery tray to inspect the small loom under there. That loom had two wires rubbing on the eng mount but they were acon to ecu wires. Still hopeful they may have caused issues but on first road test it faulted a few times. Also replaced solenoid in top of pump (3rd piston deact) still faulted. Checked fuel sensor with oscilloscope no difference when faulting. fuel returns all even.

During the week we removed and stripped the engine to ecu loom and removed the battery tray to inspect the small loom under there. That loom had two wires rubbing on the eng mount but they were acon to ecu wires. Still hopeful they may have caused issues but on first road test it faulted a few times. Also replaced solenoid in top of pump (3rd piston deact) still faulted. Checked fuel sensor with oscilloscope no difference when faulting. fuel returns all even.

FIAT DUCATO 2.8 JTD wont start

Hi all Was wondering if anyone could help Ill try and put as much info as poss below so bear with me here Just before xmas my 2.8 JTD 2003 van decided it didnt want to start in the cold mornings so got the AA out and the bloke said the thermostarter relay fuse had power going in but didnt seem to have power coming out so after a bit of easy start it started once warm i was able to turn it off and restart

Originally Posted by mwooly10 I thought that also but we did run out of time to try anything really. It seems like the fuel isnt getting to the thermostarter when the ignition is on Since we took the head off and all the injector out it like the fuel has all ran back to the tank so may well be something else apart from the fuse. The thermostarter solenoid is pulsed to supply diesel to the plug but

FIAT DUCATO 998 Duacto Motorhome

Picked it up yesterday - broke down yesterday Apparently the key code 1234 on the dashboard was the problem. I have read other forums and this happens - something to do with an aerial. Upshot is that the dealer is removing the immobilser - they said something about the oil pump (at this point I glazed over). Is this right Also I couldnt open the bonnet as the pull lever was very stiff. The mechanic

The injector pump has a fuel cut-off soleniod which is activated in some magical way by the immobiliser aerial. On my MH a previous owner has had this bypassed so solenoid is fed directly from the ignition controlled supply presumably this is what your dealer is going to do. In my case a aftermarket alarmimmobilser was fitted to restore the security aspect. I could write reams on the bonnet issue I

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