My 1995 EB has been hard to start for a few months, especially when it is
cold in the mornings, but it always has started. After it sat for a week
without running, it will not start.
The fuel filter was old so I replaced that and verified that it is getting
fuel. (The old filter was clogged. I could not get air through it.)
The battery is charged and the starter is spinning the engine rapidily.
I verified that that plugs are getting power, by removing a plug wire near
the distributer and watching it spark.
I tried to run the Key On Engine Off test with my ECC scanner tool, but
nothing happened. The scanner light just stayed on. Any ideas on what
Also, when I turn the key on I hear a sound from the rear of the car,
probably the fuel pump. It does not stop and I can't recall this being
the case before. Does this sound like a problem also?
Where should I start?
(No flames for this please :-), but the plugs are probably the original
ones. Should I just start by replacing the plugs and possibly the wires?