[DML] Re: Hard Start/ Bad Idle
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[DML] Re: Hard Start/ Bad Idle



If you hear the Frequency valve buzzing then the fuse and the relay
(#30 Main Fuel) is OK. Stale gas can be a problem so get some fresh
stuff in the car. The fuel smell could be from trying to run the car
without the Frequency valve working, it may go away or you could have
a problem with the cold start valve staying on to long. Of course all
of this assumes the car was running perfect BEFORE storage, that is
not necessarly the case! The Start Inhibit relay is only used on an
automatic, on the 5-speed it is bypassed. It keeps you from running
the starter unless you are in Park or Neutral. The gas smell *could*
be a leak somewhere, if it is you must find and fix it before you have
a fire! If you took fittings apart recheck for leaks.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jason Rowe" <jonnier@...> wrote:
>
>         Well, I think I'm getting closer...maybe. The FV is now
buzzing and the cold start 
> valve is/was working. The car does smell like gas when I get it
started but I just assumed
> it was from me trying to keep it running. Does that mean it may in
fact be something else? 
> I will try to check the distributor plunger this weekend and drain
the gas and put fresh in.
> I thought about the gas being an issue but my car started having
this problem right before 
> I had to park it.   As for the Lambda ECU. Is there a relay or is it
just a fuse? I checked the 
> fuse and it was fine. Didn't see a relay for the Lambda ECU listed
anywhere. Just out of 
> curiosity, what is the start inhibit relay?  I pulled it and the
connectors didn't look real good 
> so I cleaned them up and put it back in. Just wondered what it did.
Thanks for all the tips 
> and suggestions so far. Keep them coming. 
> 
>                                                        Jason #5903
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>




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