Question about 1990 Porsche 944
Possibly the signal to the fuel pump. It might be a bad connection where the wires connect to the fuses or the contacts the fuses or relays plug into themselves. Whether the hose is the problem with the starting or not you need to repair it so that the heat will shut off. If there is some way to connect the hose to the broken reservoir or hold it there to verify that the problem goes away first before buying a new reservoir, then I would suggest that.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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