[urq] rough cold running, still
brogers at terrix.com
Thu Dec 18 11:17:16 EST 2003
When you check the plunger, I don't think there will be a visual clue. IME
experience it was the fuel pressure gauge that was telling. Using different
shims we could play with pressure, at one point, when we aere about 1 psi
above "spec" the fuel distributor held pressure after shutdown, as opposed
to immediately bleeding it all off. Of course maybe your plunger just needs
to be replaced in order to get a new O-ring seal.....?
> I'll check the plunger in there this
>Ideas on what I still haven't checked?
> I stand corrected. Of course, mine was leaking, so I'm sure that
> exacerbated my starting problems when cold or warm...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Bill Bennett
> To: Ingo Rautenberg ; n-engelbert at terrans.net ; urq at audifans.com
> Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 11:35 PM
> Subject: Re: [urq] rough cold running, still
> The accumulator helps to hold pressure in
> the system (like when the car is parked overnight). Ingo, Nope, it
> for when the car is parked for an hour or two to avoid a vapor lock.
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