RE: [DML] Finally got my D! Now hard starts & stalling
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RE: [DML] Finally got my D! Now hard starts & stalling

DeLoreans need to be driven, and yours apparently hasn't. First thing after
you get the plates on it is to get a can of "BG 44K" fuel system cleaner and
a fresh tank of gas and drive the car on a nice long two hour drive. You can
get the BG 44K at local foreign car parts dealers. After you get back see if
the problem still exists. It is possible the CPR is bad. A set of fuel
pressure gauges for the CIS fuel system will be needed to make a final
descision. But definitely use the BG 44K.

The little bent hose on the top of the CPR is a vent, also, there are two
other vacuum hoses on either side of the CPR.

Don't know what the wire is for, you'll have to trace it back to its source.

Dave Sontos
Vin 02573

-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
John Spangler
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 2:57 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Finally got my D! Now hard starts & stalling

I finally got my dream car after 20 years of wanting nothing more. 
She's a young one at just under 7200 miles on the clock, but the original
owner of 24 years started the engine and drove around the block or something
a few times a week to keep things flowing.  It was serviced about a year
before I bought her with all the fuel system stuff, and all the hoses look
pretty new and are flexible.  Drives like a new car, once you get it

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