Was: '86 4kq back to no start, CIS help please. Now: fuel distributor

SJ syljay at optonline.net
Thu Dec 19 22:13:55 EST 2002

Try this site > http://www.sandrail.com/millerfi/

In regards to that fuel injector cleaning tool . . . I've see that hand
operated pump, but cannot recall where. I tried searches for injector
cleaning tools, but only came up with air powered types.

Maybe thats not such a big deal to make. This would work similar to that
EZ-Bleed brake bleeder.
1. fuel injector hose (junk yard)
2. Container that can take 50 lbs of pressure.
3. Connector on tank for air hose and another connector for fuel injector
4. Connect injector to hose
5. Pour some cleaning fluid into tank
6. Pressurize tank slowly
7. Injector should kick in at 35 lbs
8. Increase slowly to 50 lbs
9. Spray till solvent is used up.

Dont know what they use for solvent . . .would lacquer thinner work?

85 Dodge PU, D-250, 318, auto
85 4k - - sold but still on the road
88 5kq
90 100q

> Message: 9
> Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 15:04:46 -0800 (PST)
> From: james accordino <ssgacc at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Was: '86 4kq back to no start, CIS help please. Now: fuel
> To: R Mangas <porter_dog at hotmail.com>
> Cc: audi list <quattro at audifans.com>
> I posted this question before, but I'll ask again.
> Does anyone know of anyone who rebuilds/modifies fuel
> distributors.  Anyone who raced CIS rabbits/golfs
> should know someone whos done this.  There HAS to be
> parts/techniques out there.  Somewhere?
> Jim Accordino
> --- R Mangas <porter_dog at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > very lean condition, so
> > I'm thinking DPR but it could be the fuel
> > distributor as well. Hope not,
> > that one's spendy!

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