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I have had the same problem but before i was even thinking of

Taking it to a repair shop and spending ungodly amounts of cash i don't have i did one simple thing that no one said anything about, i checked all my vacuum hoses and found one that goes to the canister that was cracked and did not hold sufficient pressure. and because of this nothing was doing what was suppose to, i cut a small piece off put it back on and after priming it- it started the first time and has been ever scene.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    u were lucky, pat yourself on the back.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what same problem?

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That is what I recommend for a first solution to all my customers. Check all vacuum lines, then electrical connections, fuses ect.

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