Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 20:10:02 -0500
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Starting Problem on '86 900 8-valve

This one has the correct spelling: I got out my trusty red rubber eraser and cleaned all of the fuses and relay contacts. Some of them were rather fuzzy. It was around 40 degrees today and it did not display any symptoms of the previous problems. I should wait for a longer test period before I declare it fixed permanently. Thanks for the advice, it seems to work so far! "Christopher A. Nowell" wrote: > The temperature is a good temperature for water and corrossion, check your > fuses for corrosion. > "Four Weis" <mweinopsamcom> wrote in message > news:389B9BC2.630820D6nopsamcom... > > In the morning, after the car has been sitting all night or if the > > daytime temperature does not get above25 degrees F, the car starts with > > one turn of the key. When the car is warm, i.e. shutoff in the last 15 > > minutes it also start with one turn of the key. > > > > Let the daytime temperature get above 35 degrees and the car will not > > start unless I keep cranking the starter for almost 10-15 seconds if the > > car has been shutdown between 30 minutes to 9 hours. The problem even > > after sitting 9 hours tells me this is not a vapor lock problem. It > > seems that the engine is not firing. > > > > I can guess this is not the fuel pressure since the car starts after > > sitting overnight. Does it have something to do with a temperature > > sensor? Other than this recent problem, the car has been repair free, > > requiring only an $18.00 check valve on the fuel pump in the last year. > >

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