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2002 v40 1.9d rolling idle need help

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Old Mar 11th, 2019, 13:23   #1
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Default 2002 v40 1.9d rolling idle need help


I have customer that has dropped off a 2002 V40 1.9L DIESEL
That has a rolling idle and will stall out.
This is a car that was built for Spain and imported to the United States.
This is a really nice car that we dont get in the US so I dont have scan tool software
that will communicate with the car or any repair book info.

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Old Mar 14th, 2019, 21:55   #2
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you can get a lot of data with a Bluetooth obd2 dongle and torque app,
fuel filter, and look for any air leak/split pipes,
test the MAF,
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Old Mar 15th, 2019, 01:45   #3
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Lift pump if fitted, fuel pressure regulator, map sensor...
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Old May 3rd, 2019, 13:23   #4
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AndyV7o you were wright it was the fuel pressure regulator
I replace The fuel pressure regulator that has 3 bolts holding it on to the pump.
Now it idles smooth.
Thank you for time ( AndyV7o )

ordered it on ebay it shipped from Slough, United Kingdom

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Reference OE/OEM Number: 0928400487, 45022039F, 8200179757, 0928400502, 0928400584, 0445010031, 0445010033, 0445010075, 09864373, 0928400654, 9109268, 4417119,, 93188745, 93189904, 93186571, 820005507, 8200108225, 8200367121, 8200456693, 8200461506 Manufacturer Part Number:
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