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Re: FF Guide to the Doblo (Problems + Solutions) - Your Input Please :)

had a look under the bonnet this morning belt snapped and tensioner also busted. Grand total for repair 122.50 But I am on the road again
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Re: FF Guide to the Doblo (Problems + Solutions) - Your Input Please :)

Hi we have an 05 Doblo 1.9JTD Dynamic (105BHP).

Our problem is the boot lock doesn't lock when you press the button on the Key, so we have to lock it seperatley. (Mum's Doblo on the right, nxt to my Secento Sporting) does anyone know an easy way to repair the lock with out dissmantling the boot door????

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This is my first ever post so not sure how or where this will appear,but how do I solve a sticking EGR problem, is it ok to clean and replace or is it best to bin and replace new and about how much are they? can anyone advise please
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Hi we have an 05 Doblo 1.9JTD Dynamic (105BHP).

Our problem is the boot lock doesn't lock when you press the button on the Key, so we have to lock it seperatley.
I had the same problem, the grease on the lock had dried out and the electric actuator doesn't have the power to move it. It should be easy to repair, just take the plastic panel on the interior of the tailgate off (a few screws) and spray some lube on the mechanism (WD40 should do it - I used some bike chain lube). Pressing the button while looking at the mechanism should let you see what I'm talking about. If nothing moves, then it's however an electrical problem (I don't think it's the case). Greasing it should work and I don't think this is worth paying a visit to the garage
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Newbie on here. Got 2001 dublo van 1.9 jtd starts and runs g8 but only runs for 20 mins then cuts out, wont start again untill you leave for ten mins. Go back to it and starts straight up and this is how it is all day.
Does not overheat, have no gasket probs, shows no fault codes.
Have changed filter and pump in tank. still cuts out.
One thing i have noticed is that 3 small relays get warm in engine compartment fuse box and one inside cab which i think is fuel relay.

It has been regularly serviced.

Any Ideas?
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my old battery had white dust or crap on the battery posts a bit like the dust you get around bulbs that have a bad earth & using the water assuming the water is being boiled out of it. i changed the battery in the hope it would sort it but no its still the same a mechanic friend of mine told me a friend of his had the same & had to go to fiat to have something reprogrammed. ??? it's putting out 14.5v when the engine's running at the battery terminals but i can't get to the alternator to check its out put. but a auto electrician told me it takes 17v ish or more usually to boils battery's ??? has any 1 sorted the same problem out ???
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Quote Originally Posted by hcampian View Post
I had the same problem, the grease on the lock had dried out and the electric actuator doesn't have the power to move it. It should be easy to repair, just take the plastic panel on the interior of the tailgate off (a few screws) and spray some lube on the mechanism (WD40 should do it - I used some bike chain lube). Pressing the button while looking at the mechanism should let you see what I'm talking about. If nothing moves, then it's however an electrical problem (I don't think it's the case). Greasing it should work and I don't think this is worth paying a visit to the garage
Slightly different problem, the actuator had popped off the lock mechanism. so it was moving freely but not actually doing anything. a simple fix though.

don't forget that as well as the screws there is a plastic clip in the middle of the panel that needs popped off.
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Re: FF Guide to the Doblo (Problems + Solutions) - Your Input Please :)

Keep them coming people and come a rainy day...probably soon!....i'll clean up this thread and put all your input into sections so easy to find
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Quote Originally Posted by tannacity View Post
Newbie on here. Got 2001 dublo van 1.9 jtd starts and runs g8 but only runs for 20 mins then cuts out, wont start again untill you leave for ten mins. Go back to it and starts straight up and this is how it is all day.
Does not overheat, have no gasket probs, shows no fault codes.
Have changed filter and pump in tank. still cuts out.
One thing i have noticed is that 3 small relays get warm in engine compartment fuse box and one inside cab which i think is fuel relay.

It has been regularly serviced.

Any Ideas?
got same prob with my 03 doblo, anyone know wot problem is, or did you fix yours?
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Re: FF Guide to the Doblo (Problems + Solutions) - Your Input Please :)

crank sensor

p.s. this is a guide thread so please start a new thread in the relevent section.
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