Re: [DML] Fuel plunger sticking
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Re: [DML] Fuel plunger sticking



Sounds like you need to investigate your CPR but the plunger should 
indeed move freely at all times and although cleaning may help, I have 
come across plungers that were just simply too tight in the hole for the 
throttle to respond properly. You can't just replace the plunger because 
they are precision ground and matched to the head they're in

Martin

valleyrat12 wrote:

>Well, Well, Well...
>
>I started my car this morning and it did its usuall BS (see below) 
>but this time I decided to go back to the engine after I got it 
>running but before I could accellerate (it would die if I depressed 
>the accellerator) I turned the spindle while slightly depressing the 
>air meter and the thing un stuck from a semi closed position! Now, so 
>far it has only happened when the car is cold. Is it possible for 
>heat to cause the plunger to free up? I assume I need to clean the 
>plunger. I am worried that the PO put a scratch on it, if he did it 
>needs replacing right?
>  
>






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