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My corsa has bad starting from cold. It will start after about 5 mins of cranking. No service come on ,so I would think ecu is ok. When it has started it drives ok for the rest of the day starts ok, but over night its back to the poor starting again. can any one help?? Doug
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello,good day,maybe your fuel pump or fuel pump relay is not working properly,,also fuel filter and fuel nozzle should be check (fuel side) in electrical you have transistor box,spare plug.distributor cap ,rotor also tobe check,ty
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Sounds like you flooded it not with water but with fuel due to moving car with out warming it up all the way before shutting it off. You can take it to the dealer and get a flash update to prevent this in the future. To deflood remove spark plugs and let sit with fan on them over night to dry out. Replace and start cranking for 15 seconds at a time till she starts up. GL!
Posted on May 04, 2010
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From what you have described, which is a rapid over heating of the radiator coolant fluid and therefore a hot engine condition, it would appear that the thermostat in the engine's cooling system is faulty.
If the thermostat is sticking in the closed or nearly closed position temporarily, there will be no flow or very little coolant flow between the engine and the radiator and the engine will overheat.
You have advised that after the engine is shut off , and radiator coolant fluid has cooled, you re-start the engine and drive the car without the overheating condition occurring again and the radiator coolant temperature is normal. This time there is no overheating because the thermostat is working normally.
You should have the thermostat replaced as soon as possible because allowing the engine to overheat can cause very expensive engine damage.
If you had a continuing overheating condition then I would suspect both the thermostat and the water pump. However as the overheating seems to be only temporary, and clears itself after you have shut down the engine and re-started it 10 minutes later (without further overheating arising) then I think you only have a faulty thermostat.
Please also check that the electric fans which draw air through the radiator are operating. These run on a temperature sensor and will switch on automatically once the radiator coolant fluid reaches a certain temperature and then switch off again when the fluid temperature reduces. You will hear them running once they start up. If these fans are not working the radiator coolant can quickly overheat in various driving and temperature conditions because there will be insufficient air flow through the radiator to cool the fluid. If the temperature sensor is faulty or has died, or if the electric motors running the fans are faulty, the fans will not operate.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
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