RE: [DML] rough running
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RE: [DML] rough running




Andy,
If the cold start valve isn't firing off when your trying to start then that
could be that problem. Take out the 2 bolts that hold it in and lay it over
on a piece of cardboard.Un plug the hi tension wire so the car won't start
and bump the starter with the key real quick. If there is fuel on the
cardboard then the TTS switch and cold start valve are working. Then the
next thing is the control plunger is adjusted to low ( 02 ) and needs to be
reset. The rough running could be contributed to vacuum leaks, or bad
injectors. I'm also assuming the fuel dist is ok. The last thing could be
the voltage going over to the coil, if it's to low it will be hard to start.
Is the relay to the lower left of the resistor plugged in and working, that
also will make it hard to start.
My hours are from 9am to 9pm 6days / week. Call anytime.
John Hervey
972-564-9321
www.specialtauto.com





-----Original Message-----
From: andy [mailto:andydandy777@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 9:23 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] rough running





My car has just had new plugs, wires and distributor cap with rotor
installed. The fuel system has been reworked but I am still having a
problem with cold starts it will start but it takes a while. After
car starts it must warm up before it can be driven, even after the
engine is warm it is still running very rough, it acts like it is
getting too little or too much gas, any ideals what the problem may
be?
Andy3513








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