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If the engine wasn't injecting "any fuel at all" then it would not be running, if an engine is turning over at all it needs fuel to fire and i assume it takes more fuel to run an engine at 2000 rpm than it does at 1000 rpm surly this is simple physics
An engine can be turned over with no fuel going to it.
What it can't do is give you any power with no fuel and this would then slow you down (engine braking).
Think of it this way if you rev the engine out of gear it slows down when you take your foot off the accelerator as the fuel going into it has been reduced this is the same when in gear and manufactures have work out that above a certain rev range you don't need any fuel going to the engine at all to keep it turning over.
Currently in owenfackrell's garage:
2006 laguna II, initiale sports tourer 2.0Dci , but has had laguna 1 rxe (both phases) and a 98 clio rxe and a Laguna II Sports Tourer 1.9Dci Privilege and a Megane Coupe 2.0 16v in red and a 2007 57 plate megane II privilege 1.5 DCi estate (with Panoramic sunroof) and a 2001 Clio 1.4 Privilagein black.