[DML] Re: One second crank or won't start
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[DML] Re: One second crank or won't start

Problem finally diagnosed. Thanks to all who contributed suggestions!
First checked and saw Cold Start Valve was not spraying. Cleaned it,  checked 
it, it now works! Tried to start the car ...still not right. Thermotime  
switch is only about 2 years old. RPM relay and CPR ditto. "Plug swap" will  start 
the car, but it runs rough. Conventional Wisdom says that indicates a bad  
fuel accumulator, right? So I ordered one, then got to thinking... a bad  acc
umulator means it takes a long time to start. Mine starts in half a second or  
not at all. Not the same thing. I checked the TT switch, jumpering the blue wire 
 to ground. Started right up. Repeatedly. Dag! Take nothing for granted. 
Those  who suggested the TT switch/CSV were right on the money. 
Wayne A.  Ernst
vin 11174


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