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Check float valve and seat are clean and working in your carbys.

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My Grand Touring Rotax 500 won't start. Plugs have spark but get soaked every time I try to start.

You have a build up of fuel in the crank case. turn the fuel off and crank the engine over til it starts. While running turn the fuel back on.Also make sure your choke cables arent out of adjustment.

Feb 25, 2015 | Winter Sports

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My van is hard to start first thing in morning and has a new fuel pump

The fuel pump is just one of many components that could cause poor starting if not at peak efficiency. You don't say whether the engine is petrol or diesel powered but in both cases a good cranking speed is essential to cold starting and again in both cases sufficient fuel must be delivered into the combustion chambers in the right form; bad spray patterns due to worn or dirty injectors can cause bad starting, though most commonly in the case of petrol engines it is a poor spark or worn spark plugs and in the case of diesel engines tired or defective heater plugs that cause poor starting.

There is quite a bit to think about and quite a bit to check...

Feb 24, 2015 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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I have a 2005 Blazer ZR2, the fuel pump was not turning on. I had the pump replaced. It ran for 1 day then the next day the pump was not coming on again. I tried a new fuel pump relay...still no pump...

Does it have spark ? If so it's nothing to do with the crank sensor ! Does your blazer have a tachometer ? does it move when cranking the vehicle ? If so , it's not the crank sensor ! How to test an electric fuel pump GM CPI case study

Feb 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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In regards to my last question no fire no fuel I mean no injector pulse. I am thinking it may be a TSSM problem?

Check the fuel pressure and flow ,if the flow is down replace the fuel filter. Then check for injector pulse , by back probing the injector wiring with a led test light while cranking. If the pressure is down check the fuel regulator is not stuck open.

Dec 31, 2014 | 2009 Harley Davidson FXDB Dyna Street Bob

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Drove it about 26 miles shut it off for about 30 min. got back in to start it turned the key it started and died then it wouldnt start again

Have you checked to see if the fuel pump is getting power from the relay and if the pump is producing fuel pressure ?

Apr 08, 2014 | 2006 Chrysler Town & Country

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I have a 2004 yahama 4 stroke outboard motor... when I crank it up the gas flows into the crank.I have replaced the all the carb. needle and the fuel pump with shows it is pumping at 3 pounds... The carbs...

Have You Changed The Diaphram In The fuel Pump It Sounds Like The Diaphram Has A Hole In It And Fuel Goes Directly To Crank Case Through the Pulse Hose

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If you changed the cranks sensor then what is needed for it to ever be able to run again is called a CASE learn.
This a procedure that recalibrates the actual position of the crank to the sensor so that bank firing order and timing can be accurately calculated.
The CASE learn will usually take only about 15 minutes and any garage that does powertrain work can do it for you.

Nov 08, 2011 | 1992 Chevrolet Lumina

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1996 s-10 with vortec cranks for a long time before it will start

the most common cause of this issue is the fuel pump pressure check valve, when this fails the fuel drains back to the fuel tank, this causes long cranking times and stalls after starting in many cases. the valve is part of the fuel pump which is located in the fuel tank.

Dec 16, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup

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