Engine stopped E220 CDI

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Hi all,had a gremlin in the works today,the wife used the car for work and no probs,i started it an hour later to do an airport run and it cut out after a few secs and would not start again.Anyway after getting back from the airport in the other car three hours later she started up no probs.The car has been surging/hunting on start up for a while but is ok when given a few revs,could this be linked?I have added some Millers injector additive and everything seems ok now with no probs on tick over.Could it have been sticky injector.Thanks for any advice
 

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seconded! funny how often this air in fuel seems to come up! i thought it would be a couple a year job. its nearer a couple a week!
 
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thanks for that guys,i will check things over,one thing i have noticed is when removing diesel tank filler cap there is a bit of a vacuum in there,would that be normal in this hot uk weather,thank
 

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See it week in week out Pete!!!

true. usually mine! :lol::lol:

seriously though, why did they design the pipes etc the way they have? :confused::confused:
im not aware of any other brand that seems to have this problem! this could be due to me only being a user of this forum though! its the only one that counts, in my opinion! :lol::lol:
 

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thanks for that guys,i will check things over,one thing i have noticed is when removing diesel tank filler cap there is a bit of a vacuum in there,would that be normal in this hot uk weather,thank

my e300 turbodiesel used to do that. cant say ive noticed it since i changed the fuel tank strainer though!
 

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Cheap!!!!!!!

and the biggest pain in the you know what known to man! what was wrong with a rubber hose into a filter, a rubber hose out of the filter, a hand primer and a bleed screw? surely that would've been as cheap! and lots less hassle! fuel heater is next thing on mine i reckon! not much else that can seep air in now!
 


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