Question about 2007 Lancia Zagato
The car always started instantly.
Now it needs two or three 5 second bursts of the starter when cold.
It runs and idles perfectly
When the car is warmed up and stopped for about 10 minutes, the starter burls, but the engine won't catch.
Leave it for an hour and it will start.
Does this have to do with the cold start injector or thermal- time switch I see in my owner's manual?
If so, where are they located in the engine compartment?
You can find references to the Bosch L Jetronic system on line. You may have to use a Fiat diagram, but they are similar. Your thermal time switch is located in the engine coolant system, between the engine temperature sensor for the FI and the thermostat. The CSI is at the far end of the injector rail.
The first part of your problem sounds like a aux air injector or the CSI, the second part sounds like a vapor lock problem. Are all your heat shields still in place?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i just bought a 1996
In THIS LINK could find information about Lancia Kappa 2.0 Sedan, itsa possible thet helpfull as referenece guide.
The general detsila and specs in here -->> specifications/models/car/?car=9933
Keep in mind that the Lancia is one model manufacturated by Lancia Italy, then try to look in the site or in lancisti.net/forum/content.
I hope helpfull with this references. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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