Question about 2005 Fiat Siena
The car struggles to start in the mornings even if its not cold weather. Afterwards the car will start fine for the rest of the day. The glow-plugs works perfect. What can it be? I might think that it can be the fuel filter perhaps? Please help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my fiat 1.7 diesel wont
Yes ! it is possible that if the GLOW plugs are bad there will not be enough temperature generated within the cylinder. Hence it might not crank easily to start.
Secondly if the COMPRESSION is LOW then the fuel will not be ignited easily unless there is enough heat within the cyclinder.
So check the connections to the glow plugs , it must be tight and good to allow good flow of current.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
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