[DML] Re: Engine runs rough after pop & smoke from engine bay
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[DML] Re: Engine runs rough after pop & smoke from engine bay



Thank you soooo much. The problem has been fixed. Apparently what 
happened was the engine backfired and the pressure pushed one of the 
fuel injectors out of the boot. I pushed the injector back in and 
secured the retaining clip and the rough idle completly went away. 
On a side note what would have caused the backfire in the first 
place? This is the first time it has ever backfired, I recently 
leaned the fuel adjustment because the engine started to surge at 
idle, but i only leaned it a very tiny amount. Once again thank you 
so much.

Justin Alivandi 16579

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Harold McElraft" <hmcelraft@xxxx> 
wrote:
> If you had a backfire in the intake, pressure from the explosion 
> could have dislodged several items including the idle motor tube, 
> several vacuum lines, intake seals, etc. or even a fuel injector.
> 
> I would suspect vacuum lines first.
> 
> Harold McElraft - 3354
> 
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "deepdmc" <deepdmc12@xxxx> wrote:
> > OK here is what happened. Drove home from work and the car was 
> running 
> > fine. Went to drive the car about 40 minutes later. Turned the 
key 
> on 
> > for a few seconds to let the fuel pump do its thing, then went 
to 
> > crank it. The engine started right up as usual, but then as soon 
> as I 
> > let off the starter I heard a pop come from the engine bay. I 
> looked 
> > in the rear view mirror just in time to see a pretty hefty puff 
of 
> > smoke. It looked like it was coming from the drivers side of the 
> > engine bay towards the back of the bay near the light switch & 
> > resistor area. The car starts and seems to run fine. But now the 
> idle 
> > is really rough, it vibrates the whole car. My first assumption 
> was 
> > that the relay on the back wall had popped, I replaced it but it 
> still 
> > runs rough. Any one have any ideas? What should I check first?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Justin Alivandi
> > 16579







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