[DML] Re: Warm Start
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[DML] Re: Warm Start

That's part of my point although probably not as clear - the control 
pressure (aka warm-up) regulator can fail in several different ways 
(too high, too low, too slow etc...), and each way can cause 
dramatically different symptoms. 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> Have you checked the function of the control pressure regulator? 
> only part of the fuel system that adjusts mixture as a function of  
> temperature. It's perfectly feasible, given it's an electro-
> device, that it doesn't behave as it should on cool down, leaving 
> mixture appropriate to a hot engine when the engine is just warm.
> You need to get a fuel pressure gauge on your car to actually 
> the primary and control pressures in order to understand what's 
> on. Who knows, maybe it's an ignition problem (eg the connectors 
> the ballast resistors and coil - that's another favourite for this  
> sort of problem).
> Martin

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