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ARE YOU DEPRESSING THE GAS PEDAL DURING STARTING? IF SO.........DON'T .....SHOULD START JUST BY TURNING KEY...HOT OR COLD.

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Hard to start flooding out


Many possible problems. If you are sure it is flooding, leaky fuel injector(s) or bad fuel pressure regulator are likely. Connect a pressure gauge to fuel line and check pressure with key on, engine off, and then while running. Other possibles are bad EGR, IAC, coolant temp sensor, O2 sensor, plugged CAT or muffler.

Dec 01, 2014 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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Will start, but floods out and won't run


wow, great post, (no location stated sadly,you in Nunavut?)
floods, a clear hard piece of evidence. bravo, and helps...
fuel soaked spark plugs.
if tuned up and , compression is 150,psi not 90 x4.
and spark is strong, then and only then is it a fueling problem.

ill assume you read the op guide and used the unflood method/
stated in glove box manual?
no, then use WOT TO START THE ENGINES.
wot, wide open throttle, (yes, right foot to floor)
this act cuts all fuel injections. and must start
if not , no spark.
if the egr is leaking , it will be hard to start, do the 50k service on it.
if the ISC is stuck closed, it will be hard to start and flood (no air)
so use just 10% throttle , acting as sort of a human ISC
start now?
that is just the tip of ice berg.
here is more flooding.
all ways, i think are here
http://www.fixkick.com/flooding.html

Oct 13, 2013 | 1995 Geo Tracker

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1997 ford contour


hold pedal to floor and it tries to start ! Not sure if your vehicle has clear flood mode , Most vehicle have clear flood mode strategy programmed in the ECU , PCM ,ECM .when you hold the accelerator pedal to the floor the engine computer cuts down on the injector on time to clear a flooded engine .
Fuel pressure regulator problem ,maybe ! You say there was a blown fuel pump fuse an you replaced it ? Fuse's don't blow for no reason ? Fuel pump bad , short , too much current !
Disconnect the mass air flow sensor an see if it starts !

Apr 24, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Fuel pressure bleeds off when i turn the key off . is that suposes to happen or is it suposed to hold pressure


once car is stared and you shut it off it starts right up but if you let it set for three min. or maybe longer its hard to start it has new fuel pump pressure reg new fuel filter plugs wires can some one help me

Mar 11, 2012 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Fuel pump seems to be working, new fuel filter..but the truck will not turn over or start...while trying this you can flood it...what's up? oh but if you spray a spot of ether into it (yes i know, not...


I'n not sure what engine you have in this but some of these needed 60 + psi of fuel pressure to start when the engine was cool or cold. If it had only 59 psi they would crank and crank but never fire and run however they would get just enough fuel to act sort of flooded for a few seconds once they did start. A bit of external fuel and Bingo, they would start and run all day...until they sat for several hours again then the whole process was repeated. I would start by verifying your fuel pressure and go from there. If you find less than 60 psi when cranking then you most likely have a fuel pump that's just a bit weak. OEM pumps work best on this one if you ever have to replace it.

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Engine misfire code multiple cylinders, starts


The first thing to check is the fuel pressure regulator. It is a round device on the fuel rail with a vaccuum line on it. With the motor running pull the vac line and see if fule comes out, it should not. Map sensors can cause this but will almost always set a code. If I can help let me know. Good Luck

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Hard start 1997 Gmc 4.3 Safari


POSS FUEL PRESSURE LEAKING INTO INTAKE VIA FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR

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