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Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 12:23 pm
by quaker@eircom.net
Hello there Steve,
I assume your engine is running ok. Is it running error code free?
Did you say it will have to go for a MOT soon?
rgds Maurice

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Fri Feb 03, 2017 12:58 am
by Stevie67
Hi Maurice,
Yes, my engine is running error free and starts first push of the button. I did however discover that I had a problem with fuel running back to the tank if the car was left to stand for a couple of days. I suspected that the valves in the primer bulb were to blame, thinking that I would have to replace the primer bulb, I thought that there would be no harm in pulling the primer apart. I turns out that I had some metal filings stuck in the primer bulb valves, it also turns out that the primer bulb can be dismantled then reassembled. So after cleaning it, I reassembled it, bled the air out of the system again and have left it to sit for a further few days before I go back to it.
And yes, it will be going for an MoT a soon as I am happy that All the bubble/air issues are resolved. For the Mot I have replaced my front springs, one was broken and I want to replace both of my inner track rods, apart from that I think she is good to go.
Steve.

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:37 am
by Stevie67
For those of you that were following this thread, a wee update.
She passed her MoT today, and I spoke with the tester about the emissions, considering that my injectors are producing bubbles might indicate that they are on there way out. The emissions were excellent, judging by the age of the car the tester wondered if we had replaced the injectors.
And he had no problem with our re-plumbing of the fuel lines, as far as he is concerned, if it don't leak then it's fine.

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:18 pm
by zlatkostoj
Hey Steve, the life saver of our beautiful but complicated meganes! Thanks for this, I was wondering around for quite a while looking for a fix and there you go! Did you have any problems at all with the setup? And, could I use a simple T joint for the setup? Thanks again, and greetings from Macedonia.
Zlatko

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:38 pm
by Aerotech
Hi Steve, I somehow can't see the pics you posted in this thread for the return line mods. If you don't mind, could you kindly send those pictures to my email (mfecevit@hotmail.com ) please. TheyLL be a saver for my long enduring problem. I appreciate. Thanks and best regards to you all from Turkey.

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:06 pm
by DanijelCro
Hello all from Croatia.

I'm new to this forum, just read the whole thread since I'm experiencing the same issue on my Megane 2, 2008. 1,5 dCI 78kW. I know this is an old topic, but for me is a new one :-)

The problem with "injection fault" happens only when the car is on the working temperature and I try to start it up. For example, when the engine is cold, the car starts nicely with no problems (every time), and when I drove it for 30 minutes, switch it of and for 2-3 minutes try to start it again. Then the car starts, runs for 5-10 seconds and then it turns off. And after 5-6 on and off again it starts and everything is normal you can go for miles. Never shoved this error or turned off during driving, only on a warm start.

I changed 3 mechanics with no luck fixing the problem. We changed battery and voltage regulator, and they checked glow plugs, injectors are fine, cylinder pressure is fine.

I bought a newer version (Megane Grandtour 1,5 dCI 110 HP, year 2015.) and I want to sell the old one, but I want to fix it before selling.

I suppose ECU is fine because on a cold start and during driving everything works normally.

I'm going to change the fuel filter just to be sure (I think that currently it's not original part).

Any thoughts what can be? Did someone had similar problems with warm start?

Thanks in advance.

Danijel

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 12:14 pm
by gavin2019
:banghead :banghead :banghead Hello there I'm new to this and have the same problem. Has anyone got to the bottom of it with an answer on how to fix it? My car is still in the garage 2 months later.

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Sun Jul 07, 2019 9:47 am
by DanijelCro
DanijelCro wrote:Hello all from Croatia.

I'm new to this forum, just read the whole thread since I'm experiencing the same issue on my Megane 2, 2008. 1,5 dCI 78kW. I know this is an old topic, but for me is a new one :-)

The problem with "injection fault" happens only when the car is on the working temperature and I try to start it up. For example, when the engine is cold, the car starts nicely with no problems (every time), and when I drove it for 30 minutes, switch it of and for 2-3 minutes try to start it again. Then the car starts, runs for 5-10 seconds and then it turns off. And after 5-6 on and off again it starts and everything is normal you can go for miles. Never shoved this error or turned off during driving, only on a warm start.

I changed 3 mechanics with no luck fixing the problem. We changed battery and voltage regulator, and they checked glow plugs, injectors are fine, cylinder pressure is fine.

I bought a newer version (Megane Grandtour 1,5 dCI 110 HP, year 2015.) and I want to sell the old one, but I want to fix it before selling.

I suppose ECU is fine because on a cold start and during driving everything works normally.

I'm going to change the fuel filter just to be sure (I think that currently it's not original part).

Any thoughts what can be? Did someone had similar problems with warm start?

Thanks in advance.

Danijel



Hi. In the meanwhile I solved the problem. Surfing through different forums I told my mechanic to change camshaft sensor and crankshaft sensor. It costs under 100 Euros and it solved the problem.

So I hope it helps!

Cheers!

Re: Injection Fault & STOP 1.5 DCI

Posted: Fri Mar 06, 2020 8:54 pm
by Dave69
I have a 02 clio 1.5 dci starting experiencing problems at 100000 miles i cleaned all injectors replaced filters and since i have always put 100ml of low ash 2 stroke mineral oil in with every fill up my car has now hit 180000 miles on the original pump and injection system nothing regarding the fuel system has been replaced and shes still going strong passed the omissions on the last 5 mots no problem the fuel at the pumps is what is killing most dci pumps out there.