[DML] Re: Testing the fuel accumulator
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[DML] Re: Testing the fuel accumulator

Simple to say, but a pain in the rear, but replace the fuel 
accumulator.  If it's that old, it's done its job and needs to be 
replaced.  No pressure means a hot start problem, also replace the O 
ring in the fuel distributor, and you should be good to go.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dmcchaser" <dmcchaser@xxxx> wrote:
> Hello all :)
>   I'm having the typical hot restart problem after my D sits for 
> 45 minutes after being brought to operating temp.  I suspect that 
> 25 years my accumulator has thrown in the towel.

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