This has been suggested in previous posts. It probably should have been one of the first things the garage in Devon should have done (for such modest cost). We happen to know about the earlier mishap of running the fuel tank dry because MrsB told us on this forum. What we dont know is whether she divulged this information to the rescue garage! That aside, the tests revealed the fuel pressure was low (although we dont know if high or low pressure side), so this should have rung warning bells with the service garage anyway.Just hoping we have an update post letting us know she got back home safely (where ever that is in UK?).