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1999 2.5 TD Voyager cutting out

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Old 12-08-2006, 09:07 PM
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Default 1999 2.5 TD Voyager cutting out

My 99 Voyager 2.5 turbo diesel cuts out/stalls occasionally, usually at junctions.

The ECU warning light (glow plug) flashes when this happens, but when I turn it off and back on to read the stored codes, it doesn't show me any.

Any clues people? Seems like a sensor fault to me, but I've no idea where to start looking with it, so any help you can give would be great.
 
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Old 12-12-2006, 02:25 PM
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Default RE: 1999 2.5 TD Voyager cutting out

I'm no expert and am not familiar with your particular vehicle, but from the symptoms you describe, that sounds like the engine is being starved for fuel. Two obvious things to diagnos would include the fuel filter and fuel pump. Others describe this as a "hiccup". Would that be appropriate? Does it "hiccup" at speed, but then die when just idling? If so, that would further support the fuel starvation idea.

Quite possibly, the check engine light flashes on and off because the system is seeing a lean fuel mixture or similar in the brief moments before the engine dies on you.

Chad
 
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