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Hi I'm enw here and I have a problem with my car

Old 12-05-2006, 01:35 PM
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Hi There everybody, my car try to start but it won't unless I do the flooded step, but I do that and in a few days it will do the same thing and I'm lossing my head can some help me this, because I'm in the military and I'm station in Germany and I don't know nobody here that works with rotarys and I just know a little bit.
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have you checked your injectors.. and plugs..
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I already change the plugs and I thougth of that,
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who have some chip injectors in good condition, let me know please at [email protected]
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You might want to make a post in the classifieds section. I'm also moving this to the 2nd generation section, where you'll get more views by folks who might help you.
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Sounds like the injectors are leaking. What you can do, as you wait for new injectors. Every night, shut down the fuel pump while the engines running to relieve any pressure in the system.



The fuel pump relay is under the dash, near the steering column. The relay is black and yellow. Has maybe 6-10 wires.
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Originally Posted by RONIN FC' post='848051' date='Dec 5 2006, 04:19 PM
..The fuel pump relay is under the dash, near the steering column. The relay is black and yellow. Has maybe 6-10 wires..
im assuming the location is different with that of NAs.. or series four.. or a combination of both..

im thinkin the series five turbo2 has the relay near the passenger headlamp..
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i used to have this problem everyday as a temperary thing before shutting the car off rev it to 3k and then turn it off you shouldnt have a flooding problem but it still wont fix what is wrong with it.
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revving it a bit and then shutting it off actually does help



you can wire a switch in one of the wires in a plug right under the steering column to turn the fuel on and off.



flip the switch off, start cranking to clear out any fuel, flip it on and bam fires right on. you can also turn the car off from the switch and keep it off to keep fuel from coming in while its off.



theres a write up around here somewhere, but its really only a temporary fix until you can get to fixing the injector problem.
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