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When parking vehicle on an incline with the nose up fuel seems to run back to the tank creating a problem when trying to start the vehicle. Parking vehicle nose dowwn it starts fine and fuel does not run back to the tank. How can I trace this problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car wont rev
under the bonnet on the back of the mechanical pump there is a unit held in by 2 bolts
remove this unit and on the end there is a tiny filter
this will need cleaning because when the lift pump brakes down tiny parts of it get sucked up through the pipes and clog the filter
it may be best to feplace the fuel filter aswell
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
usual problem ,valves in injector worn for the fuel pump.easy quick fix this one ,fit a non return valve in the inlet pipe,check flow direction on valve when fitting and evan better as well is another in the bleed off return pipe .valves available from a motor factor or a specialist garage like bosch or lucas ,cut pipe and fit the valve with a piece of rubber pipe to connect the valve in line.or listen to the people who want to milk the golden cow and have the whole injector pump overhauled .
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
simplest answer first,and this does not apply to a hot engine,The engine heaters work from a time switch on the door(would you believe)and the routine is, open door,climb in,put on belt,put key in ignition and turn on when orange light goes out.this allows the cold start heaters time to work(about 20 secs).sounds a pain but the number of times this has been all it is,when you put key in ignition, the fuel pump charges the system.hence the squirt noise,also the car has to reccognise the key(immobiliser system)also try using wynns/redexe to clean injectors...
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
Replace your overflow cap. You usually don't see it leaking but the cap no longer holds the psi and the water comes out and dries quickly from the heat. Try replacing the cap and I think you will be surprised at such a simple problem can cause.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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