Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 22:25:09 +0100
From: "Phil Born" <philbornnopsam.fsnojunknet.co.uk>
Subject: Re: 9000 Turbo Intermittent starting problem - help wanted


Have you any way to check the fuel pressure? Potentially, it could be fuel vapourisation in the fuel lines. Once it does start, does it run OK? It could be a faulty non-return valve in the tank allowing fuel pressure to leak away, or the fuel pressure regulator not working correctly. I think the latter two are most probable. I have had similar problems with my 900SE-T, and it was the n/r valve, which it in the bloody tank of all places, which meant the tank had to be drained, dropped, the valve replaced and the whole lot put back together. But then again, it could be pixies... "Roger Hyde" <rogerhydenopsamorld.com> wrote in message news:44Wt8.16162$C21.3698609nopsam6-win.server.ntlworld.com... > > The Chihuahua" wrote > > > > Clean your Fuel filter had a bitch of a time with a 9000 that had a dirty > > fuel fitler > > > Thanks for the suggestion, I suspect that isnt the cause the fuel filter was > replaced less than 1000 miles ago > > > >

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