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      08-11-2012, 04:43 AM   #23
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Right. I got the car back from BMW. They replaced the crankshaft angle sensor. It was not coming up as a fault in the ECU. Later on I will confirm whether this resolved the issue with my car.
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      08-12-2012, 04:23 AM   #24
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Diesel engines only cut out instantly if the fuel delivery is stopped. Hence the dealers first investigation should be of the FIE (fuel injection system).
Stopping the engine is a very last resort as it puts the vehicle in a dangerous position, no power steering etc.

You could give some of the sensor connectors a wiggle, rail pressire, cam , crank, and check the battery terminals are tight.

Other than that, leave it to the dealer to investigate.

Jason
Not true in modern diesels.

Electronic fuel injection means no power = no fuel.

That's why I love my old mechanical diesel landrover. If its stops, I've run out of fuel!
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Not true in modern diesels.

Electronic fuel injection means no power = no fuel.

That's why I love my old mechanical diesel landrover. If its stops, I've run out of fuel!
After 12 years of working on common rail engines for vehicle manufactures I knew there was something I was missing

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      08-14-2012, 06:57 AM   #26
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I have driven several hundreds of miles since I got the car back I can confirm that in my case it was the faulty crank sensor.
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