[DML] Re: Update on rough start issue...still need help please
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[DML] Re: Update on rough start issue...still need help please



Check the functioning of the "hot spark" relay and related 
connections. That is the one mounted on the firewall in the engine 
compartment near the resistor pack. The active wires are blue/yellow 
and white. The relay is not on any wiring diagrams for some reason. 
Without proper function of that circuit the symptom you describe is 
a common one.

Harold McElraft - 3354


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Derek" <derek.grozio@...> wrote:
>
> I posted in the beginning of July about a rough start issue I was 
having. The car needed 8 
> cranks or so to fire up then idled fine the first few minutes 
unless you tried to go anywhere, 
> in which case the car bucked and hesitated until it warmed up. I 
replaced the warm up 
> regulator per a suggestion in several responses I received, and 
bingo, that fixed the 
> hesitation and warm up problem. 
> 
> However, the car still takes 6-9 cranks to fire up. I was thinking 
it would be a cold start 
> circuit problem, but was informed to check that unhook the cold 
start valve and see if it fires. 
> Well, it fires, and I get gas out of it when I tried to start the 
car. 
> 
> So, any other suggestions as to what it could be? A bad fuel 
injector or spark on one of the 
> cylinders? Poor timing? Frequency valve buzzes fine when the car 
is started, if that matters at 
> all. 
> 
> Thanks,
> -Derek #10084
>









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