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Wont fire sometimes

There's a valve with a cable that runs through it and a vacum hose that leads to the intake. It's located near the firewall. When I push in and out, it'll start. This happened a couple of times but, now all the time.

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    I'll do that, thank you. Do you know what that part name is specifically?

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Its probably a PCV(crankcase pressure valve) issue...
try replacing that..have to see a picture to know for sure what your talking about..

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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Replace the valve. the diaphram rubber has perished.Hope that was help full.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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