HELP..Electrical diagram C5 fuel pump needed
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    Default HELP..Electrical diagram C5 fuel pump needed

    My local mechanic has a customers 6/04 C5 2 lt Turbo diesel auto and he needs a wiring diagram for the fuel pump... he has not been able to obtain one...can anyone help?
    seems after sales back up is not very forthcoming...
    if it helps Vin is VF7DERFNE76493887
    eng DYPE4002677
    if anyone can help please email direct to [email protected]
    or ring him direct on 03 5987 3314 or fax 03 5987 3362
    Thanks!!

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    The wiring diagrams are generally not printed now and you need access to the manufacturer's tech info to get them. Tell him to look at the fuse box in the engine bay and look for a burnt pin. It's a common problem with earlier HDi's and this may help if it's the same fuse box:
    HDI C5 wont start

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    Thanks David
    I passed on that info.... a real shame access to information is difficult for your everyday mechanic..
    after this C5 he is reluctant to touch a Citroen again for lack of itech nfo to help rectify the problem...
    Perhaps aussiefrogs can turn him around with the knowledge?
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    Any mechanic can gain access to the parts information for Citroen cars by registering at service.citroen.com. Pug has an equivalent system. The parts info is free, but he'd have to subscribe (i.e. pay real money) to obtain repair and other technical information. If he sees only one or two Citroen's, then it's unlikely to be worth his while, but he might get to like them and want to work on more??? I think most manufacturers try to tie their products to their own service and dealer networks, and often that's the cheapest option for a repair to something specialised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    The wiring diagrams are generally not printed now and you need access to the manufacturer's tech info to get them. Tell him to look at the fuse box in the engine bay and look for a burnt pin. It's a common problem with earlier HDi's and this may help if it's the same fuse box:
    HDI C5 wont start
    Thank you David...from myself and the mechanic and the owner of this C5..
    It was indeed a dodgy fuse box (which had already been replaced..probably with a nother s/h dodgy one!!)
    So all is well...The owner is happy and still loves his C5 and the mechanic will keep working on them..
    all due to sharing the knowledge...
    Thanks!!
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