As you may have read in my other posts I have just suffered turbo failure on my 2003 320d.
The turbo has been replaced along with oil, oil filter, air filter, breather filter and cleaned EGR valve, intercooler and cat. The car still won't start - it's trying to turn over but going nowhere.
Before the turbo was replaced (but after the failure) the DDE light has stayed on. Today I managed to get an OBDII cable on it and found two fault codes relating to the fuel system. The OBDII software couldn't read any of the fuel sensors, but this might be the software not the car.
The codes were:
Both are described as "Plausibility for rail pressure, Positive deviation or rail pressure too low".
Why would these codes have come up after a turbo failure? Oil did get into the engine and it rev'd highly, could the ECU have shut the fuel system down to try to stop it?
More importantly, what can I do to fix it? I'm wondering if the engine is getting any fuel at all. Could the ECU need resetting/reprgramming?
I really appreciate all of the advice I get here, it's invaluable!