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I have a 98 ford laser GLXi. This morning I got up to go down the street, not a problem starting the Laser. I parked the car outside the Chemist and when I came out to start the car it would not start. The engine turns over alright no problem it just does not want to start. I have also noticed that when we had those very hot couple of days last week so was struggling even to the point where she would cut out, I stopped a few times to let it cool a little and this would fix my problem briefly. can you help please.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Quick and easy attempt to fix might be to try some fuel injector cleaner,the purple bottle stuff I put in, is only about $3 a bottle, and seems to eliminate similiar symptoms brought on by bad gas.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
its very simple. You can see a black hose from the engine which connects the metal pipe. just remove it and you can see three gold color pin from the metal pipe. scratch that pins using a salt paper and fix it. Now check whether you get started or not. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
either the freon charge is about 1/3 low, or the expansion valve needs to be replaced. Freon is getting into the evaporator, but not in great enough volume to cool the air unless it is coming in cool to start with. check your ac charge, and if it is full, then have it emptied, change out the expansion valve, and recharge it
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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