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Have you had trouble starting the car.. When are you getting this fault.
Can be caused by faulty injectors , not just the sensor..

Are all other faults sorted now..
 

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@ours2012, Now I am getting P0089, Whenever 'Injection Check' Error with Engine Light on, but after reset car then error clear from dashboard.
P0381 - Error comes whenever I start car, not seen any trouble while starting car.

Now those 2 error shown in OBD.
 

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So the minute you crank the engine this comes up then..
What happens if you start the car, leave it running a few minutes.
Switch off, clear the faults and then restart the car..
Can you check and report back

This 89 can be a red herring for an injector leak back issue..

The other is a Glow plug issue..
Personally would cure the glow plug issue first, as cranking an engine uses fuel stored in the rail, and leads to the P0089 code ( Low fuel pressure )
 

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So the minute you crank the engine this comes up then..
What happens if you start the car, leave it running a few minutes.
Switch off, clear the faults and then restart the car..
Can you check and report back

This 89 can be a red herring for an injector leak back issue..

The other is a Glow plug issue..
Personally would cure the glow plug issue first, as cranking an engine uses fuel stored in the rail, and leads to the P0089 code ( Low fuel pressure )
I tried steps, once I clear fault and start engine again it***8217;s shows P0381 error.
 

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Glow plug issue.
If car starting ok, think about doing before weather gets too cold..
If not starting ok, get sorted now..
 

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If you are having to crank the engine to get it started, then yes, very high chance this is the main issue ..
 

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If you are having to crank the engine to get it started, then yes, very high chance this is the main issue ..
Thanks for guidance.
I just confused, glow plug is just used to start engine correct then how it will connect to P0089 issue which is related to fuel . Sorry for confusion.
 

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If you have to crank an engine a few times, then hardly any pressure is built up by the pump. as the injectors are opening and allowing fuel into the cylinders.
Pressure drops,.
Because of a glow plug issue ( Will come back to this ) the engine is cranking more to start.
Fuel is not being replaced quick enough for the fuel used, hence the error

Now your glow plugs..
On your type of engine, these glow plugs serve two purposes. One to ease starting, another is, that when your car is being driven, these are at a constant temperature, and help fuel consumption and emissions, ..
If one or two are faulty, not only is starting affected, fuel consumption also..
 
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