[DML] Re: Fuel Accumulator - Hot start fixed - Kinda
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[DML] Re: Fuel Accumulator - Hot start fixed - Kinda



Sounds like your fuel distributor isn't holding lower end pressure, 
check to see if your fuel adjuster O ring on right lower side of FD 
with Nut on it, I'll bet it's broken, rotted out or gone. this would 
cause your fuel to go back to your tank instead of holding the 
pressure causeing turn over but no start.
Lawrence 



In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "willinot" <willinot@...> wrote:
>
> 
> What a day Now I know what everyone is talking about when they say 
the
> Accumulator replacement is a nightmare.  I never want to do that 
again. 
> 
> Ive managed (at last) to get it sorted though.  Only took bout 
half hour to
> fit............................it was the 4hrs to get the old one 
off that
> really had the air around me blue ;-).  Ended up pulling the 
centre console
> out as Woody suggested.  One thing I also done (don't know it you 
would
> usually do it, but it really helped) was instead of unscrewing the 
17mm
> fitting from the accumulator I loosened the one on the fuel line 
which
> allowed me to drop the accumulator through 90 degrees and "wiggle" 
it off
> the line a lot easier than loosening it from the accumulator 
(still awkward
> but definitely easier).  It was actually bending into the top of 
the
> accumulator when I tried to loosen it there.
> 
> Anyway that's the job done thankfully and the hot start problem 
seems to be
> sorted - well kinda!  After the test run and 15mins stop for a 
restart, the
> engine now turns over and over and over and eventually fires to 
life after a
> bit of throttle whereas before changing the accumulator, when I 
tried to
> start her the engine would turn over, start and die off again.  
After four
> attempts she then started (I have the relay fitted to by pass the 
hot start
> problem so that I can at least get it to start eventually).
> 
> Maybe this is normal (as Ive had the hot start problem since 
buying the car)
> but it just seems strange that it has to turn over so much before 
firing.
> When she is cold (at least before changing the accumulator) she 
would start
> on the first turn.  
> 
> Any ideas or suggestions. 
> 
> 
> Cheers.
> 
> Paul J 
> Belfast
> 2493 
> 
> 
> 
> Ps:  Ive already replace the "o" ring in the check valve.
> 
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