307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Some fault codes may be 'historic' (from problems in the past that have since been resolved), and have no bearing on your current problem. Clearing the faults should weed out any 'historic' faults, and when you try to start the car again you will know that the fault codes are current and probably relevant.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Ive cleared the faults and only the glow plug relay fault has come back, Im going to try and run the starter motor on a separate battery from the rest of the car, just as a last-ditch effort to get some live data.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Finally able to pull some live data while cranking, no cam or crank syn, no fuel pressure and no rpm, the separate battery for the stater did the trick now I've got somewhere to start looking.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Found a great ECU wiring pinout. The forum may want to put this somewhere easy to find, Oh crap it says it will not do a PDF or its too large, let me know if there is some other way to get it on your forum.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Save it as a vector graphic ideally but a .png or .jpg may be acceptable.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Have you checked the cambelt is intact?
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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I've put it up in the air and had a good look at the wiring all tests fine, the crank sensor looks brand new but I did notice it doesn't fit quite right, pulled it off and whoever fitted has managed to bend it and won't sit flat when bolted down, I ll pick up a new one and go from there.
The PDF is 147 pages long It will only save a JPG one page at a time. That will make a mess of this post, and I don't really want to spend that amount of time making a mess of your forum. If you PM me I'll email it to you. Here's the info I was looking for, every page is gold. It has what to expect on the scope, and how to test every sensor.
The engine will run on areo start, but no I haven't checked the cam belt. Next on the list...
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Forgot it will fire on easy start, cam belt probably OK. Fix the crank sensor which should give crank speed and synch, then address the fuel pressure. This is the later engine I think? HP pump is driven off the end of the camshaft. Rare but not unknown for the drive dog to break off the camshaft...
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Thanks for taking the time, to get back to me it is appreciated.
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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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Sounds as though you are making progress.

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Re: 307 HDI 2.0l non starter.

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I've ordered a crank angle sensor but it won't be here for a couple of weeks, I'll report back when it gets here.
thanks, everyone for your input.