you can try to spray a shot of gum cutter into the throttle body with the
throttle blade open to see if it is fuel related. If it starts, focus on
the fuel system and possibly injectors gummed up.
On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 19:46:13 -0400, maxpower wrote:
I'm an asshole for trying to help you be understood? How's that?
You don't really know what you're talking about. You aren't replying
through a "different newsgroup". You're posting (at work) to a bullshit
"web forum" which is synced to this Usenet newsgroup. Again, learn how to
use the forum's quote/reply function, or learn what cut-n-paste means.
I'm only trying to help you, and not sure why you get offended by that.
If you're not on the edge, you're taking up too much space.
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Pull the plugs and put a shot of oil in each cylinder..carnk it over before
putting them back in.. been sitting that long without running there is
probably almost no compression.. get a little oil in there should help...
and of course the fuel and spark.. need all that stuff to make it go..
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