Re: [DML] Warm Up regulator
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Re: [DML] Warm Up regulator


"If your car may have been sitting for a while it is a good
possibility that debris in the fuel line has plugged up the CPR inlet
side. Inside the inlet to the CPR is a very fine screen. Dirt from a
contaminated system will plug up this screen making the CPR
inoperable. Remove both fuel lines from the top of the CPR and using a
shop air hose blow air into the outlet side fuel port of the CPR. Make
sure you wear some sort of eye protection when you do this. The air
should dislodge the dirt in the inlet side of the CPR. "

This worked for me.  Mine was completely blocked with a fine black
powdery debris.  Once clear, cold starting went from
only-when-I-tricked-the-cold-start-valve to always-without-incident. 
I didn't have to go any further with regards to removing the unit or
working on its internals.  YMMV of course.  If you can grab spare
copper washers to replace the ones on the connections beforehand, that
would also be a good thing.  Failing all that, SpecialTAuto had the
best price I could find for a replacement at the time that I was
planning my attack.

Best of luck,

On 3/21/06, seanhagan <seanhagan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have been having issues with my fuel, and was told by someone to
> replace the warm up regulator (along with the fuel distributor). I was
> also told that there are filters in both the warm up regluator as well
> as the fuel distributor.
> Is there a way to dismantle them, and clean them out?

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