Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 22:38:18 -0000
From: "simonj" <>
Subject: Re: warm starting problem on a 900

Oh my god, someone call the fire brigade!!! This test is asking for trouble, spraying atomised fuel around on a hot engine! If you must try such a dangerous experiment, at least place the injector into a suitable container such as a glass jar, so that you can observe the spray etc. without spraying fuel about under the hood. Happy frying! wgmoore <> wrote in message news:89eb2a$jm$ > pull the 5th injector and see if it drips. First warm up the car. shut it > off and remove the injector, put it hose,wires and all into a can then plug > the hole so it dosn't leak vacumn- get you Co2 fire exting ready and start > up again- If it sprays, it could be in the sensors, so shut down and > carefully disconnect the wire plug, try again, if it still sprays, its the > injector, if it stops then its the sensors(your on your own here) If it > dripped, it was the injector. Good luck- no fires!!!- > > "why no Mrs. Robinson, your the best looking of my parents friends" > dave <> wrote in message > news:89967d$4t04$ > > > > ?I have a 88 900 S I love the car but it has this problem. Starts up fine > > when the engine is cold but > > when you start it when the engine is warm it will not idle. To combat > this > > I have to give it a little > > gas for about a minute than it ok until I started up warm again. I need > > your combined wisdom on > > this problem. Thank you for any help you can give me Dave > > > > -- > > Dave in Airy Arizona > > > > > >

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