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Re: starting problems
>My guess would have been to check the fuel pump relay first. A bad/loose
relay can cause almost exactly the symptoms you describe. Your diagnosis
>have been the problem.
I had already done the jiggling, rubbing and oiling (of the relay!!)
Do you have a way to tell if you (unknowingly) also
>have a new relay? This would have been a LOT less expensive to fix.
>I don't want to cast aspersions on your mechanic. What he did may well have
>been appropriate for the situation. I have, however seen guys who will fix
>a cheap problem and bill you for a more expensive one. :-)
The trouble is I don't have any evidence or knowledge at all to disagree
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