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  1. Lupo has struggled to start for some time and recent battery charge did not start her. Typically car has done short journeys and been spluttering into life on starts. Car Was left two weeks then died. No amount of battery charging is solving it. Could the battery be completely flat? Fueling issue? Cambelt is fine and sparks were changed when informed that Bosch are rubbish for the 1.4 16v.
  2. Hi everyone, I'm having a problem only getting 3 volts at the fuel pump and at the fuse board the relay is working fine, anyone got any ideas? It's a v reg 1,0 and does anybody have a wiring diagramme? Thanks
  3. This morning the Lupo would not start. All the dash lights would light and go out apart from the battery one. Turn the key and the engine would turn a couple of times but not start and the car would stop trying to start after a couple of seconds. You could then hear a clicking behind the instrument cluster. I put my headunit face on to check the battery voltage and it was 11.4V but it had reset to setup mode and the trip mileage was at 0 too. For the past few weeks the fuel pump has not been making its liquid noise below the rear seat so the car was taking an extra second to start. I have not tried to bump start the car as I did not have time before work. I have also read about ignition switch problems but hopefully if the car engine was initially turning then it cannot be this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am thinking, battery, alternator or fuel pump finally causing a bigger issue.
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