RE: [DML] Re: Hot Start Solution
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RE: [DML] Re: Hot Start Solution



Scott, See below:

-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Scot Stern
Sent: Monday, December 19, 2005 1:18 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Re: Hot Start Solution

John,

This group is really lucky to have people like you as a member.  Your 
assistance is always helpful and you are responsive to both your 
customers and the members that have not yet become your customers.  

My experiences with you have been nothing but favorable and I think 
that you are an oasis in the desert of misinformation.  Thanks!

I rally don't know if the accumulator was a new one or a NOS one.  
Don installed it so I really don't know.  

( The reason I mention this that NOS units with rubber diaphragms may go out
very quick if they hold up at all. Our units are brand new and we date them
as they go out for warranty sake.)

Any recommendations of where to get a CIS tester?  I really would 
like to solve this problem but I am terribly frustrated by my 
inability to do so.

( I sell as JC Whitney a CIS tester, but unless your going to be working on
cars all the time you may never use it again. I mentioned this because a
shop should do this to help find and tell you your going to have a since
pressure is leaking down.)  

On another note, I am not sure if this is the proper venue but is 
there an easy way to change the distributor cap?  I am thinking that 
it might be a good idea to change the distributor cap, coil and 
wires.  I am not sure if the wires were ever changed but I know that 
I did do the plugs. 

( Yes, but it will take about 30 minuets to get to it.) email mail or call
for detail instructions.)

I would like to change the coil but I really do not want to have to 
change the ECU or the resisters or modify the car to do so.  Any 
thoughts? 

( You don't have to do any changes or modifications to change the coil )

Thanks,

Scot Stern
6452 - 12,200 miles

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Scott, With a CIS tester you can very easily tell how the pressure 
on the
> system is bleeding down and without throwing a lot of parts at it 
you should
> be able to find the culprit. 




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