you need to replace the stop solenoid on the top of the fuel pump if it is a lucas pump. I had the same problem, but they are are fantastic price, ie £72 plus vat from main dealer, so shop around or get one from a breakers. mine started without having to bleed the system, but you might have to. do it quick and it should be ok, be careful not to get the threads crossed it is fiddly. Keith 1990 205 grd
Gasoline engine - spark is cut off when ignition is turned off Diesel engine- fuel is cut off when engine is shut down
The air temperature in a diesel engine cylinder is 1022 F. This will ignite the fuel. the high compression, 22 to1, will light the fuel. A spark engine with a carburetor may "diesel" when the key is turned off because of glowing carbon deposits in the cylinder, self ignition.
He turned on the ignition and then started the engine.
I'm not a gambling man but I would risk a shilling that the radiator fan is running Peugeot fans are not ignition controlled, and do start at times after the engine is switched off.
Check the Stop Solenoid if it's a diesel. Just fixed one of these. about
The ignition system is powered up and ready to run the vehicle.
The ignition is turned on and off with the vacuum line. If the vacuum line leaks or gets plugged, the engine won't turn off. Then you'll have to open the hood and push the red "Stop" lever on the engine.
no it will not! timming off will or high idle will.
I had the same problem on a Peugeot 405 Turbo Diesel. The problem turned out to be the water-in-diesel sensor itself - so I have ignored it for the last 5 years! It is probably the water-in-diesel sensor which is at fault. I have had the same problem for over 5 years on a 405 turbo diesel - so I have ignored it.
hi i think that is your oil level
If you put gasoline in your diesel engine, first be sure to keep the engine turned off. If you have already started the engine, turn it off. Then, drain the fuel tank, remove and replace the fuel filter, and fill the tank with diesel. This should fix the problem.
Faulty ignition switch.
Its not your engine. Its the fan running to cool the engine down. They all do it and nothing is wrong with your car.
if you disconnect one of the battery terminals and turn the key in the ignition then reconnect the battery terminal with the ignition still turned on this should disable the immobilizer and the car should start.
The ignition module will send a signal when the key is turned. If the module is no good the signal is not sent to the other ignition parts,thus not allowing the car to start
check the battery and connections/cables
Because on the 206 the radio is always able to get battery power supply voltage.
GASOLINE ENGINE OR DIESEL?
I turned on the ignition in my car. "Houston, we have ignition!"
Yes you can
Fuel pressure (ignition key turned to on, engine not running): 50 to 60 psi
is not electrical,is from fuel shutoff is why
That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.That the outlet only has power when the ignition is turned on.
The ignition is draining all the power to start the engine. You may have a dead battery.
The first ignition key was installed in the 1910 Cadillac. On this car you turned the key and then pushed another button to start the engine. In 1949 Chrysler introduced the ignition key combination as we know it today.