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I purchased a Nissan qashqai and it has not started twice.

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I purchased a Nissan qashqai and it has not started twice. The garage says it was showing low fuel pressure but couldn't fault it. It is missing a bit when running and the recovery mechanic suggested it could be an injection fault. It's diesel.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Nissan
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
No I am still waiting for an answer please
Expert:  Ross replied 1 year ago.
Hi my name is***** am a diagnostic technician and look forward to working with you.
Expert:  Ross replied 1 year ago.
Do you have a copy of the fault code given by the garage? The fact they say it was related to low fuel pressure would point to a fuel pressure sensor or fuel pump issue. Unfortunately without specific fault codes it is difficult to pinpoint the problem but the specific fault code will be of great help. The next step would be to have a more thorough diagnostic scan carried out looking into the fault codes. Low fuel pressure on starting is a sign of fuel pump problems so ideally this needs to be inspected as soon as possible as in the case of a mechanical failure of the fuel pump it can allow metal particles into the injection system which will cause serious damage.Depending on exactly what fault codes are retrieved from the car the pressure sensor should be tested as sometimes these can give a bad reading when the fuel pressure is in fact OK. This can cause the engine not to start or to cut out if it thinks the pressure is too high or too low.
Expert:  Ross replied 1 year ago.
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