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Deawoo Cielo 96 Hard to start and runs like ****

It's hard to start after sitting for awhile like 2-3 hours, and has no pressure in the tank. To try and solve the problem i have replaced the injectors, put fuel system cleaner through it and changed the coolant sensor. Also it misses on idle and when i try to take off in 1st it will splutter and then go good except when i floor it. (also does it in 2nd). the next thing i will be checking will be the fuel filter.

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  • troyhayward Dec 28, 2008

    no injector cleaner was put through before i replaced them

  • troyhayward Dec 28, 2008

    Could spark plugs really make all this happen? from my experience when a spark plug is or has fouled it has never made the car hard to start.

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If you put injector cleaner in there after you put the new injectors in you could have ruined them, maybe not but this sometimes happens. Also check the plugs and see what color they are.

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