Re: [DML] Re: Wont start cold
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Re: [DML] Re: Wont start cold



I have to double check the cold start injector, but the starter solenoid was replaced. I will also have to get someone to press down the air intake as well. But today it started fine, I dont know why and what caused it to not start yesterday. But im going to try and find out why. I believe, by the responses i have recieved, that it is an electrical problem. I am going to attempt to go over the electrical system, and possible replace the battery. 
Are there any important grounds/ wires to check. I know the car fairly well, but electrical stuff is just not my cup of tea. Thanks and im sure this wont be the last time it will happen.

Nathan Sobieralski <valleyrat12@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:  Have you physically checked to see that fuel is spraying from the 
cold start injector? Replacing the thermo time switch will not 
automatically fix the problem; it could also be your starter 
solenoid.

Nathan
2277

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stefandmc" wrote:
>
> Hey guys, 
> Today I tried starting the car and it wouldnt start cold. This was 
> after leaving it sitting overnight in my garage where I store it 
> everyday. IT sat overnight so it is completly cold. It always 
starts 
> cold, somedays it just takes a few seconds of cranking, other days 
it 
> doesnt. Today it just kept cranking and cranking. 
> So here is what I checked. I checked the spray pattern of 4 out of 
the 
> 6 injectors that I could get too. They all sparyed the same, and 
it 
> seemed to spray in the correct pattern. Secondly its getting gas 
> because of injectors working and I can smell it. 
> I tried the method, where you switch the cold start(blue) and warm 
up 
> regulator(grey) connectors, and still no luck starting. 
> Im stumped now, I have replaced so much and now this problem 
happened. 
> Here is what I replaced. Thermotimeswitch, Fuel distributor, cold 
> start valve, did the plug, rotor and cap, and new spark plugs. 
Plus 
> all the orings when my water pump was done. 
> So if you guys have any ideas what could be causing this im all 
ears.
>









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