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krooza in Durham, United Kingdom

73 months ago

i had exactly the same fault on mine and it was the electric pump

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Rob in Cardiff, United Kingdom

73 months ago

Andy in Waterlooville, United Kingdom said: Hi Guys - Can anyone help with this??? 52 plate Unijet. All is well then suddenly the revs drop for a split second, back again, drop off, back...kangaroo city!! Then it clears and all is well until it happens again. There is a relay ticking in the fusebox at the same time as the problem which we think is the fuel pump relay and from the front of the van we can hear a loud ticking (which sounds like a solenoid sort of clunk). The sound appears to be from around the exhaust manifold area or inside the rocker cover (if there is anything in there that might cause this). Our educated guess is that the engine management system is closing the fuel pump as part of the economy settings to prevent reving whilst braking due to a false reading somewhere. Are we on the right lines and if so any idea where this sensor is that will be causing the problem??? many thanks

Hi there, I had a similar problem with my Iveco and it was found to be fault in one of the wires of the harness which connected to the injector so if you went over a bump the power would decrease and the red injector light would flash, then after a few minutes the light would go out and the power would return. good luck with your search.

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Andy in Waterlooville, United Kingdom

73 months ago

"I had a similar problem with my Iveco and it was found to be fault in one of the wires of the harness which connected to the injector so if you went over a bump the power would decrease and the red injector light would flash,"

Thanks for this...I should add that we don't get ANY warning lights comeup at all. The effect is exactly the same as putting your foot on the brake (or dipping the clutch) with your foot still on the accelerator....the management system cuts the revs instantly and then returns them as the clutch/brake is released....Could well be a wire or sensor, any experts know what is around the manifold or inside the rockerr box area that might give these symptoms?? Thx

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darren in Penicuik, United Kingdom

73 months ago

54 plate 50.15c injector light flashes and loses a bit of power,when light goes out all power comes back..I GO ALLOVER GB LIKE THIS AND ITS FINE, ITS BETTER ON FUEL!!!.IT HAS 260,000 MILES ON.

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Rob in Pontypridd, United Kingdom

73 months ago

Please see my earlier comment about the Injector wiring harness and check the connectors. Rob

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pete172 in aberdeen, United Kingdom

72 months ago

Help

My Iveco Turbo daily 2.8 'W reg' (newish shape)is having problems starting when the engine is warm.
It turns over but does not fire start
Starts again fine once cooled down (after about 1 mabye 2 hours)
Starts great when cold.
Can anyone help me out please?
Also where do i find the diagnostics plug??

Cheers peter

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knighty in Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom

72 months ago

hi

just thought I'd say, I'm another guy with the red injector light flashing up and a loss of power when you're easing off the accelerator...

it just got a lot worse when I re-ran the fuel line from the fuel filter to the pump (through a 3 way valve) ready to convert the van to a twin tank vegetable oil system...

I'm hoping I just knocked some wires which made it worse... I'll go check them now...

the wiring problem... does that make it (red light/power loss) happen all the time ? it only happens to me when I'm taking the power off ? it's fine as long as I keep my foot on the floor / steady power or come off the power very gently...

(changed filter and electric lift pump 2 weeks ago)

I also noticed the lift pump is quite noisy, getting under the van it's vibrating more than I'd expect and it's a little hot (can keep my hand on it no problems... but is hotter than I expected)

any input is greatly appreciated

thanks

Alan.

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rob.bollard in Northampton, United Kingdom

72 months ago

pete172 in aberdeen, United Kingdom said: Help

My Iveco Turbo daily 2.8 'W reg' (newish shape)is having problems starting when the engine is warm.
It turns over but does not fire start
Starts again fine once cooled down (after about 1 mabye 2 hours)
Starts great when cold.
Can anyone help me out please?
Also where do i find the diagnostics plug??

Cheers peter

I have an X plate S29L11 with same fault. Only happens after a long journey or on a hot day, and the key code light comes on. Once engine cools down (below 60 on temp guage) it usually starts again. I thought it was to do with pump imobiliser piston sticking. Which sounds like an expensive repair. Had a 2.8 Fiat Ducatto, same engine I think, that had same fault and had the solenoid by-passed but apparently not possible on the Iveco. Must admit tough reading through the forum I have had most of the faults discussed, rear brakes etc.
Be great to hear if anyone has a fix for the imobiliser fault. All the best.

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lecky in Glasgow, United Kingdom

71 months ago

rob.bollard in Northampton, United Kingdom said: I have an X plate S29L11 with same fault. Only happens after a long journey or on a hot day, and the key code light comes on. Once engine cools down (below 60 on temp guage) it usually starts again. I thought it was to do with pump imobiliser piston sticking. Which sounds like an expensive repair. Had a 2.8 Fiat Ducatto, same engine I think, that had same fault and had the solenoid by-passed but apparently not possible on the Iveco. Must admit tough reading through the forum I have had most of the faults discussed, rear brakes etc.
Be great to hear if anyone has a fix for the imobiliser fault. All the best.

the immobiliser on top of the fuel pump is faulty .IT CAN BE REMOVED and there is a stop solenoid onthe pump under it that just works as normal .the middle terminal on the plug is 12volts ignition positive so can be used to switch it on

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rob.bollard in Peterborough, United Kingdom

71 months ago

Thanks for your advice.

Do you know is it simply a case of snipping the wire and supplying a permanent 12v to the middle terminal?

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jules in Wellingborough, United Kingdom

71 months ago

not a permanent feed, an ignition, so when you turn off, the pump does, if it was permanent it wouldnt switch off

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rob.bollard in Peterborough, United Kingdom

71 months ago

really appreciate your help many thanks

Rob

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Stu in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

71 months ago

Jules,

Out of interest, what sort of money are we talking to replace a key on a 99 Daily? I think you're probably my nearest Iveco dealer.

Mine's snapped. I have a new unchipped key (which works when taped to the old one) and of course the old chip so it's just a case really of a straight copy.

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Andrew Sullivan in Manchester, United Kingdom

71 months ago

Hi, I have an iveco 35s13. Problem is when ime on the motorway doing about 65/70 mile an hour and have to come of the accelerator pedal to slow down the injector light flashes then I loose power, the power only comes back when I hit about 57/60 has anyone got any idea about this problem, Only I cant keep taking my mechanic out with me to show him the problem.... Guess what it doesn't happen when he's in the van. It’s doing my head in and fed up with paying iveco hand over fist
Thanks very much Andy andysull197@hotmail.com

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knighty in Durham, United Kingdom

71 months ago

it sounds like the same problem that I have...

for me it happens when I come off the power...

have you tried reving it up and then letting the revs fall back down again ? it does it for me then too....

when the light comes on... drop the clutch and freewheel a bit... once it's ticked over for a few sec it should go back to normal...

I know this isn't any help with fixing the problem... but it might help you deal with it ?

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lecky in Glasgow, United Kingdom

70 months ago

knighty in Durham, United Kingdom said: it sounds like the same problem that I have...

for me it happens when I come off the power...

have you tried reving it up and then letting the revs fall back down again ? it does it for me then too....

when the light comes on... drop the clutch and freewheel a bit... once it's ticked over for a few sec it should go back to normal...

I know this isn't any help with fixing the problem... but it might help you deal with it ?

this is called leakage in overrun and is usually an injector fault it usually shows up on an injector test that can be done by a mechanic .
the ttest is a leak off test

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knighty in Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom

70 months ago

cool, thanks for the help ! this has been bugging me for ages !!!

the leak off test... is that where they hook each of the spill off pipes up to a little pot and see how fast each pot fills ?

they should mall fill at the same rate... if one is different that is the bad one ?

thanks

Alan,

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lecky in Glasgow, United Kingdom

70 months ago

dave waller, united kindom in Ossett, United Kingdom said: someone who i know has 2 iveco turbo daily's. one is an R reg and the other is an S reg. both the speedos and rev counters in both vans have stopped working in exactly the same place. both vans are supposedly doing 10 mph and 500 revs whilst switched off and standing still. can anyone help, and would it be an easy problem for me to try and solve, many thanks

the gauges stop at this poiht due to the pin at the bottom
try checking the fuses as that is what is probabbly wrong

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dave waller, united kindom in Ossett, United Kingdom

70 months ago

lecky in Glasgow, United Kingdom said: the gauges stop at this poiht due to the pin at the bottom
try checking the fuses as that is what is probabbly wrong

HI....
already tried that, iv,e even had then rev counter and speedo out to check the connections on the back, and had no luck. another thing i have tried is taking the dials out of both vans and swapping them over into the over van. but even that was a no go. i know there is a diode and a resistor on the back of the dials but iv'e tred them too. thanks

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dave waller, united kindom in Ossett, United Kingdom

70 months ago

I've completely run out of ideas

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

HELP!!!! circumstances have dictated i had to sell my iveco and buy a cheaper van i have ended up with a citroen relay with 3rd gear problem. the problem is it dosent seem to be going into gear properly as soon as i accelarate it pops out and grinds it works fine changing down from 4th to 3rd. im clinging on to the hope its not a serious fault with gear box and maybe selecor cables just need replacing or adjusting has anyone else had a similar problem or any ideas where i can look it up. had a look at gearbox it looks a massive job to get it out someone please give me some hope... any help comments ideas welcomed thank you all..

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

dave waller, united kindom in Ossett, United Kingdom said: HI....
already tried that, iv,e even had then rev counter and speedo out to check the connections on the back, and had no luck. another thing i have tried is taking the dials out of both vans and swapping them over into the over van. but even that was a no go. i know there is a diode and a resistor on the back of the dials but iv'e tred them too. thanks

hi i had this problem on my iveco 3510. there was 2 things wrong with mine. firstly there is a small wire connects to the battery terminal check that is ok. secondly remove fuse box and check all relays are pushed in properly one of mine was loose i played around with wires at back of fuse box checked they were all ok and hey presto it worked fine and was working right up until i had to sell her yesterday. also have heard that if you remove the electronic speedo sensor in the gear box and check it for iron filings as it is an electro magnet this can cause problems simply take out and clean off. hope this has helped you out..

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dave waller, united kindom in Lincoln, United Kingdom

70 months ago

thanks for that bit of info, i will try that whenever i have free time, i know there is a series of pins on this speedo sensor(after plug is removed). do you have to take the whole thing out of the gearbox
????

cheers

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

yeah take the whole thig out think its on a big nut 27mm or there abouts

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dave waller, united kindom in Lincoln, United Kingdom

70 months ago

thanks i give tht a go , i let u no how it went !!

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Andrew Sullivan in Manchester, United Kingdom

70 months ago

Iveco daily drivers with common rail engines.
The fault where as you are on the motorway doing 70mph then you have to come of the gas and the injector light flashes and theres no power until you reach 60mph, then it kicks in again. I have tried loads of things but i might have just found the problem,,, I have just changed the GOVERNOR REGULATER 180.00 + VAT that is situated behind the HIGH PRESSURE PUMP,,At the momment the van runs perfect yes even on the motorway, I am on the motorway every day, if there are any changes i will post it on here. If there is no post in the next 7 days regard this matter fixed. Regards to you all Andy

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adblue in Perth, Australia

70 months ago

i have iveco euro4 daily which has had 3 lots of injectors done in a month..black smoke from exhaust and engine derate faulty injectors have been checked and seals seem to be the problem no codes logged..fuel has been evaluated all ok..all injectors are brand new..what next?

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

adblue in Perth, Australia said: i have iveco euro4 daily which has had 3 lots of injectors done in a month..black smoke from exhaust and engine derate faulty injectors have been checked and seals seem to be the problem no codes logged..fuel has been evaluated all ok..all injectors are brand new..what next?

black smoke usally means over fueling if the injectors and pump are ok and oil is not showing signs of fuel in it its time to start looking at the air intake faulty turbo waste gate could be a cause they sometimes cease open or shut im assuming you have already made sure air filter is clean and not blocked?? worth checking exhaust system is clear too simple things worth checking out before spending any more cash on it

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mark00 in coventry, United Kingdom

70 months ago

hi can any one help me please,i have a ievco 29L9v van, year 2001,i need to change a diff bearing, struggling to get halfshafts out, is there any special tools required.

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dave in Oldham, United Kingdom

70 months ago

hi i have just took my rear drive shafts out to change rear handbrake shoes and it was 17mm nuts and a couple of taps with copper hammer to brake scale then it drew strait out so no specail tools needed hope this helps dave

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

mark00 in coventry, United Kingdom said: hi can any one help me please,i have a ievco 29L9v van, year 2001,i need to change a diff bearing, struggling to get halfshafts out, is there any special tools required.

have you got prop shaft off? if not make sure its out of gear and no torque on driveshafts this could make them stick then its just a case of removing bolts on end caps and smack the end cap with soft hammer like other comment said.

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windyjools in poole, United Kingdom

70 months ago

we have problems with our 2004 35s12 iveco. the fuel tank is mounted so low that it has been bashed a few times and now leaks. i noticed quite a few other vans of this era have the same problem and the newer (2006-) have a different tank with much better clearance, does anyone know if i can fit the later one to this van please?

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lecky in Glasgow, United Kingdom

70 months ago

windyjools in poole, United Kingdom said: we have problems with our 2004 35s12 iveco. the fuel tank is mounted so low that it has been bashed a few times and now leaks. i noticed quite a few other vans of this era have the same problem and the newer (2006-) have a different tank with much better clearance, does anyone know if i can fit the later one to this van please?

it cannot be changed to the new style but it can be raised ask youre local egant for details it was as a modification for a large hire fleet.

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mark00 in coventry, United Kingdom

70 months ago

mark00 in coventry, United Kingdom said: hi can any one help me please,i have a ievco 29L9v van, year 2001,i need to change a diff bearing, struggling to get halfshafts out, is there any special tools required.

thanks for your help

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Robert in Dublin, Ireland

70 months ago

Hi i have a boat with a 2.5TD iveco engine fitted and i was wondering if anyone could help me,when i rev the engine it blows out oil out of this type of breather on the side of the engine block,it has loads of power and it starts ok when its hot or cold,where does this pipe go or is the engine on its way out and if it is do you know how much it would cost to get it reconditioned thanks

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Robert in Swords, Ireland

70 months ago

royboy123 in Swansea, United Kingdom said: i have a boat fitted with an 8140 iveco 2-5 older type engine there is a pipe from the crankcase breather going nowhere on heavy revs it blows oil all over the place could anybody tell me where this goes too.

I have a boat fitted with the same type engine and its started to spit out oil like yours when i rev it if you could tell me how you fixed it that would be gret thanks

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john s brown in Rotherham, United Kingdom

70 months ago

I have a 51 plate Iveco daily diesel. I am having problems with the clutch pedal. At first I though it may have been something to do with the servo but everything seems to be in order. When you press the clutch pedal it will not return when you pull it up manually it just snapps back to the bottom . Anyone any ideas, is it possible it something to do with the pedal assembly.

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krooza in Newton Aycliffe, United Kingdom

70 months ago

master cylinder on its way out it comes as a complete kit master cyl, pipe and slave cylinder quite easy to fit

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john s brown in Rotherham, United Kingdom

70 months ago

Hi,
Thanks for that. I did price a master cyl kit up and it was £90ish. I was just clutching at straws and hoping a may be something simple ,like the pedal box assembly had callapsed or something. But I think it sounds like i will have to shell out my money.
Thanks again.
John.

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john s brown in Rotherham, United Kingdom

70 months ago

Hi Again, Just something I thought of. When you you press the clutch there is a clutch but it does not return. Do you still think its the master cylinder. Also is the clutch hydaulic
as I cannot see any bleed nipples.
Thanks again for your help.

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bob-togs in Cardiff, United Kingdom

70 months ago

john s brown in Rotherham, United Kingdom said: Hi Again, Just something I thought of. When you you press the clutch there is a clutch but it does not return. Do you still think its the master cylinder. Also is the clutch hydaulic
as I cannot see any bleed nipples.
Thanks again for your help.

John, is is definitely the clutch slave as I have encountered the same problem. There is no bleeding to do as it comes as a complete hydrholic unit, one end fits on the bulkhead and connects to the pedal and the other end slots on the top of the gearbox (I also have a 2nd hand one available)bob@togs.fslife.co.uk

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krooza in Darlington, United Kingdom

70 months ago

it is hydraulic and cant be bled,mine was doing the same as yours before it failed altogether,i would replace it before it fails

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john s brown in Rotherham, United Kingdom

70 months ago

Thanks for that.
John

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CHRIS in Lappeenranta, Finland

70 months ago

HI
DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO FIX THE WIPERS ON A 3510 MREG
MINE WILL NOT PARK AND HAVE NO INTERMITANT WIPE WILL PARK IF 2X WIRES ARE BRIDGED BEEN TO 2X GARAGES AND THEY GIVE UP.
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GET WIRING DIAGRAM FOR THESE IVECO'S

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gordonjann in United Kingdom

70 months ago

Hello,
Does anyone know what the sign/signal above the petrol gauge indicates as when i go over a bump it flashes.

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gordonjann in United Kingdom

70 months ago

Hello,
Sorry i should have said the sign/signal is on the top hand right side above the petrol gauge.

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knighty in London, United Kingdom

70 months ago

gordonjann in United Kingdom said: Hello,
Does anyone know what the sign/signal above the petrol gauge indicates as when i go over a bump it flashes.

what does it look like ?

does it look a bit like a box with a fan in it ? (red?)

if it is... that's the low coolant warning light.... top up your radiator and you'll be fine....

mine does it sometimes too.... i found parking with the right hand side up on a high curb ment i could fill the bottle a bit fuller and that fixed it !
(you'll understand when you see the shape of the bottle)

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gordonjann in United Kingdom

70 months ago

Hi,
I have a warning sign above the petrol gauge on he right hand side.It is above the battery sign.orange in colour.Somebody said it could be a air filter warning sign .It orignally came on when going over a bump but is now on all the time.can anyone help?

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vonrikety in Saltburn-by-the-sea, United Kingdom

70 months ago

gordonjann in United Kingdom said: Hi,
I have a warning sign above the petrol gauge on he right hand side.It is above the battery sign.orange in colour.Somebody said it could be a air filter warning sign .It orignally came on when going over a bump but is now on all the time.can anyone help?

Black electricians tape always works for me simply tape it over the offending light hay presto no more problems:) only joking

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Strooky in Adelaide, Australia

69 months ago

I have an Iveco Daily 50C17 2006 agile model Im having a problem with the key code error light coming on when trying to start the truck, one the gear display there is also an adjustable spanner in there and it wont let me start the engine. Apparently it has something to do with the immobiliser, I have tried both keys and still wont work. It usally only happens after its gotten warm. Once its cooled down its usually OK, the mornings are fine. I have taken it to an Iveco service centre but they cant work it out either. I Would appreciate any advice. Thanks

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