The car has always turned over except when I ran the battery down, it
need of a new battery so I bought one.
The phrase "almost catch" means it fires
here and there (like it had a
carburator and it was flooded). No check engine
lamps are on.
When all this first started I pulled the spark plugs and they
so I sat them on the engine and then turned the ignition key and their
was so much fuel in the cylinders that every time the piston hit top
the plug fired and their was a flame shooting out of each
cylinder as if there
were to much gas in the cylinders. So I assumed
that the plugs and wires needed
replaced (the electrodes were worn)
because their was not enough spark to burn
Well it was cold this morning and the damn thing did not start!!!! I
have come to the conclusion that when it is really cold out it will not
Is their a fuel pressure regulator that would dump to much fuel
into the engine
when the engine is cold?
Maybe between the cold air and to much fuel it IS
flooding out? Maybe
that after it sets awhile and I get home from it starts
By the way it has never back fired through the
intake or exhaust.
Again could it be flooding out????????
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