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Date:         Sun, 2 Apr 2000 21:11:06 -0400
Reply-To:     Paul Borghese <PAUL98@PRODIGY.NET>
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From:         Paul Borghese <PAUL98@PRODIGY.NET>
Subject:      Re: Hot Start/Dieing Problem
Comments: To: Dan Fleming <ddffpc@HOME.COM>
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Check to make sure the fuel injectors are not leaking when hot.

Paul Borghese -----Original Message----- From: Dan Fleming <ddffpc@HOME.COM> Newsgroups: groupstudy.vanagon Date: Sunday, April 02, 2000 8:08 PM Subject: Hot Start/Dieing Problem

>Problem with my old, sold, 83.5 waterboxer: > >After it has been running, if it stalls or is shut off, it often will >not restart for quite some time. Unplugging the ECU sometimes helps. >Letting it sit for a couple of hours always helps. It also will loose >power when going uphill, eventually dieing completely, only restarting >after sitting for a while. Other symptoms include running rich. > >Coolant temperature sensor, fuel pump, and ECU have all been changed at >one time or another, with some improvements each time, but eventually >the vehicle reverts to the same old problems. > >Anyone with any ideas, please respond off the list to: > > > >Thank You > >Dan >---

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