[DML] Re: Start Issues / Flooding?
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[DML] Re: Start Issues / Flooding?



Another place to have a look - Disconnect the return line from the fuel 
distributor (the one that goes under the coil box and heads back up 
front). I've seen cars where there is obvious rust inside the hollow 
bolt there from water in the gas. If you see that, you probably need to 
go thru the whole system. The fuel dist plunger will probably keep 
getting stuck until you get all the crud out of the system. Keep in 
mind that this system recycles the fuel continously.

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@xxxx> 
wrote:
>
> If the plunger was stuck you have a contaminated fuel system. Drain
> the fuel tank and wipe it out. Inspect all the parts and replace any
> in questionable condition. A bad accumulater will not cause a cold
> start problem but it can cause a bad idle and it will definately cause
> the hard-hot-start problem. 








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