1991 ford sierra lazer 18 cvh.petrol not getting through
The car lost all power and would'nt start up again.had to get a breakdown service he said the petrol was not getting through properly.when you first try and start the car you have to wait at least 5 mins for the car to warm up if i dont it goes really slow then all of a sudden it drives propperly.could you please tell me what i need to buy to get it fixed not sure if it is a fuel pump or something else.
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Ford Escort cars & trucks carb backfire questions and answers. ... Backfire throughcarborator and engine stopped upon returning from store. ... Turbo conversion from 1995 on a CVH engine - engine cuts out ... I have a xr3 ford escort 1600 with a weber carb,itbackfires and spits fuel up Clean the Carburator completely.
the cvh has a weber carb. these usually need a service every now and then. the smoke suggests there is a over fuelling problem and the dying of the motor sue to some flooding, i fixed a cvh this past weekend with the same problems. make sure that all the air hoses are also connected to the various ports
Sounds like the clocks have been tampered with if the speedometer is still working,
You can try running the miles backwards with a drill on the cable, and then forwards again past the number where it jammed, run it back and forth a few times and once it gets past the stuck number youre sorted... it may happen again in 1,10,100 or 1000 miles time... and if so youre best with a new or scrapyard speedometer - write down the original mileage when you change the speedometer - maybe on a panel under the bonnet so you have something to go off to decide when to service the car - EG old mileage + new mileage = actual mileage.
hope this helps.
If the belt has broken, the valves will be bent. This is an interference engine and there is no escaping it, the head will have to come off. It is not an easy job, belt access is poor, and there is a balance belt as well. Unless you have a lot of experience and tools, I would not recommend attempting this at home.