Well pretty much everything suggested was on the proviso that your intank fuel pump was tested to be delivering 6bar. Since you're back to square one start by checking the LP pump is receiving battery voltage with ignition on at the pump connector. It's not constant voltage, you'll only have 2-3 seconds measuring time with each ignition on cycle. If not battery voltage(or close to it) change out the fuel pump relay and fuse. You can temporarily use the rear windscreen demister relay in the cabin fusebox. If still not battery voltage you got a problem in wiring and or fuse box, including the fuel pump cut off switch inside cabin. Start with that see how you go.guys, currently I am out of town..on some sort of vacation, visiting the in laws at the seaside. Therefore I will postpone all further checks for when I am back in civilization. However, I would like to point out that the fusebox is ok. Also there is no visible leakage,nor smell of gasoline. I wanted that ruled out,since I have 2 kids and a Golden retriever at the back. What would you recommend? Checking 1st the solenoid, then the pump itself and ultimately the injectors? Hypothetically, if an injector is leaking, how would the symptoms differ from those of a bad solenoid?