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Newbie requires some help
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Hi to all new to this and looking for a bit of help my Astra 2011 1.7cdti sri(125) cut out on me the other day and then wouldn't start so I had a friend look at it and he seems to think that the fuel is getting returned to the tank and not getting to the engine he thinks it's maybe the pump or fuel sender after reading on here I realised the turkey noise I have been hearing for about 6 months now is a common problem with the 1.7 cdti could it just be the filter I need to change or am I looking at a more expensive repair
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#2
it would be the first thing to check heres a how to do it

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#3
Welcome to VXOC. Yeah as Tucpal said change fuel filter first to see if this cures problem.


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#4
Welcome to VXOC yes the 1.7 does seem to suffer from turkey noise. IIRC the Drev's don't have a fuel pump as it's all done via high pressure.
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Just looked and it does the 1.7 has a Denso HP 3 pump.
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#6
Welcome to VXOC, see, I knew youd get help straight away over here Wink
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#7
Thanks to all I will give that a try and let you's know how I get on cheers bloopeta for putting me wise to this site
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#8
Hi just a wee update to let you's know it was the egr valve had burnt out mechanic replaced that and cars going fine again thanks for your help
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#9
no problem glad you got it sorted out
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