'86 4kq back to no start, CIS help please.
porter_dog at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 18 12:39:11 EST 2002
Thanks for the reply- plugs look good and so does spark. I'll check the
fuse, but the car was running when I parked it in the morning and the pump
primes at key one, so I'm sort of doubtful it's that. The problem is that
the differential pressure is too high, leading to a very lean condition, so
I'm thinking DPR but it could be the fuel distributor as well. Hope not,
that one's spendy!
>From: John Booth <jrbooth3 at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: jrbooth3 at yahoo.com
>To: quattro at audifans.com
>Subject: Re: '86 4kq back to no start, CIS help please.
>Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 08:49:53 -0800 (PST)
>I did not have any luck with a 15k resistor but mine
>is running on a 4.9k as we speak. I just got my 1985
>4kq running in the past couple weeks. The guy I bought
>it from was a friend of mines Dads and it did not
>start when I purchased the car (It sat for 2 years in
>a field). I ended up replacing the fuel distibutor and
>plugs. Have you pulled an injector and tested for
>Have you looked at your plugs?
>Have you looked at the cis fuse?
>Have you pulled a plug tested for spark? No spark
>would point more towards an ignition component.
>Hope this helps. I have learned more about cis than I
>thought possible in the past month.
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