Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 07:12:33 +0800
From: "Glenn" <splitscreennopsamnet.au>
Subject: Re: hot start problem


It is possible that your injectors are leaking. Glenn "Spy" <D.Spynopsameonline.net> wrote in message news:39F7DA4E.A761EBA2nopsameonline.net... > I have had a particular problem with my Saab 900i (1987) for some > time now. > After running around long enough for the engine to heat up, town > driving in particular, if I stop - say at a petrol station - for > approx. five mins I then have great difficulty starting again, it > either turns the engine without catching or else almost starts > and then cuts out. However, leave the car another few minutes and > it starts up ok. It feels as if there is just no fuel getting > through, but I doubt if this is actuallty the case due to the > high pressure in the fuel system. > > Is there a part of the fuel injection system which causes the > fuel mixture to get leaner at high temp? And could this be the > problem? > > Thanks, > > Donald

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