Question about 1986 Porsche 911
Check your fuel pump relays.
There is a trick i have found with the relays.
The correct one for fuel pump is RED not BLACK.
Blackone would not work for the fuel pump and make sure you do not use aftermarket relays.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Fuel pump is working, but it has to deliver a correct rate to maintain correct pressure in order for the Fuel distributor work. The car was fires shortly since there is some fuel at initial burst, since the rate is low so pressure could not be maintained in the line to continuously support the distributor. Need to replace the pump and the fuel accumulator.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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