Expert Van Woes

Yes, place your time and money saving tips here.Nothing illegal or dangerous please!Motoring related only please.

Moderator: RichardW

Hell Razor5543
NOT Alistair or Simon
Posts: 7355
Joined: 01 Apr 2012, 09:47
Location: Reading
My Cars: C5 Mk1 VTR estate, Icelandic Grey (I think she is called "Bluebird")
x 312

Re: Expert Van Woes

Post by Hell Razor5543 » 21 Nov 2016, 15:35

There are numerous components that are coded together. If I knew what they all are I would post them up, but I don't. However, somebody with the relevant knowledge should come along with the information you need.
0x
James
ex BX 1.9
ex Xantia 2.0HDi SX
ex Xantia 2.0HDi LX

C5 VTR HDi estate, 76518762
Out amongst the stars, looking for a world of my own!

User avatar
spider
Posts: 3951
Joined: 05 Jan 2010, 15:28
Location: Derby.
My Cars: Soon, I hope...
x 63

Re: Expert Van Woes

Post by spider » 21 Nov 2016, 19:45

At a minimum need BSi, chip from key and possibly any other ECU from the original DW8 donor car. No guarantee this will actually work either as you're using a completely different engine type.

Far far quicker / easier to de-armour pump and fit a conventional solenoid to it.

Caution: Inform insurance company of this.

Note: Solenoid for this type of Lucas pump is difficult to find as a normal one will either not stop the engine or allow fuel to pass all the time, its not got a module its got a weird 'tube thing' with the electronics within.

On plexed models the 'ignition on' power can usually be taken from the reverse light switch feed as that's live during cranking (which you want) but not live during accessories (which you don't) as non plexed or units fitted with this engine have a four wire 'code' plug to the pump as well as other bits, you won't have this with the HDi.

May also need part of engine loom too as you need (likely) TDC sensor from DW8 to be wired up.

To be brutal, fitting an XUD is easier (as long as you get from 405/306/Early Xantia) and not from later Xantia or 406 as these earlier ones have a mechanical advance pump, connect solenoid feed and you're about done.
0x
Andy.

91 205D-Turbo, gone but still missed
02 106D, TUD5B, gone but not really missed apart from the MPG