Question about Renault Cars & Trucks
The car constantly tries to turn over but with no luck, removed the spark plugs to find they are bone dry, so fuel isnt making it into the engine. You can hear the fuel pump turning on so all I can suspect is a blockage in the pipe as it has been sat for the last 12 months, are you able to tell me where the fuel line runs to the engine as im unable to see it.
Before going into the fuel lines check for spark at the spark plugs. When there is no spark, the injectors won't squirt fuel into the cylinders but there will be pressure at the injector rail and the pump will work.
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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