[DML] Re: Warm Start Issue -- Looking Elsewhere Than Fuel System (David
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[DML] Re: Warm Start Issue -- Looking Elsewhere Than Fuel System (David McKeen)

Finaly someone that agrees it is not a rest pressure problem.

Here is what happens.  I go home for lunch and if it's a nice day I 
return to work in my D.  I get back to work at 12:30.  I leave at 
4:00.  If it is above 90 F outside the car will need about 60 seconds 
of trying to start.....finaly starts and takes 30 seconds to run 
good.  Will do it every 90+ deg day.  So I think I need more rest 
pressure time....I go out and give the car a prime (just turn the key 
to on) at around 2:00.  Go out at 4:00 and it starts right up just 
like it would if cold.  Done this many times and it always will fix 
the problem.

So....I ask what the rest pressure time should be.....I still don't 
have an anwser.  I buy new injectors....same....new fuel 
pump....same...rebuilt WUR....same....I had already replaced my bad 
accumulator (that only held pressure for 10 min) and replaced the o-
rings three times.

Now you know where I'm comming from.....These symtoms sure do point 
to a rest pressure problem.  Yes it could be some fluke in the 
electrical system but why would the prime fix it.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@...> wrote:
> Your message to John Hervey indicates you do NOT have a resting
> pressure problem (it also indicates you have spent a lot of money
> chasing what could be a fuel delivery phantom).
> See David's Message #74232. He is absolutely correct: Other systems
> may be yielding your starting difficulties. 

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