Question about Lincoln Electric POWER ARC 5500 HONDA
I have a Power Arc 5500 with Robin Ex27D Engine. Problem is it will not start. I'm getting fuel from gas tank to cup and to the bowl but not to engine. I can take the air filter off and prime it and it will run until out of fuel. I have'nt started it for a while so sure the carbarater need cleaning. Can I get a step by step to remove and clean.
If you can locate the carb fuel adjustment screw, Open it 1 turn, Close it 1 1/4 turns and reset to original location. If it has dried fuel residue on it's tip, this should break it loose and allow fuel to flow. If it starts, you may have to fine tune the adjustment until it runs smoothly again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Lincoln Gxt 250 is supposed to have an electric fuel pump. Check to ensure the fuel pump is working correctly. Most of the inline filters I deal with dont fill up. There is always a good size amount of air present in them even during operation. I know it doesn't make sense, but they do work.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
Get the fuel pressure checked and also get the fuel pump relay checked.The fuel pump relay is located in engine compartment fuse box under the hood.Also get the gas cap checked.If its loose,it will not let the gas to flow with full force as required.Also is the check engine light coming ON.If yes get the car scanned at autozone service center.Its absolutely free at autozone to get car scanned.But if no check engine light coming ON.Then get the other possibilities checked.This will point towards the problem.As per that you can replace the parts.
Also other possibilities to be checked are connection between battery and starter and voltage of battery.The battery voltage should be 12 volts.Also check the connection of battery to alternator and also measure the voltage of alternator.if alternator is faulty,then it can cause such problems.
This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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Usually, the reset is located in the trunk. Check the fuel pump fuse. Check the fuel pump relay if equipped. You can also turn your key to acc for 7 seconds, turn it off. Turn it on, and off. This will prime the fuel pump. If you don't hear it at all, it is probably bad. Some are located in under the back seat and some, the fuel tank has to be taken off. The pump needs to have 12V, in order to work correct.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
It sounds pretty obvious that there is a fuel delivery problem. The way you are describing it pretty much sounds like you are losing pressure from your fuel rail when the vehicle sets for a while, then it is not self-priming like it should when you turn the key on. This could be caused by a bad fuel pump module assemby (yes, I KNOW you replaced it, but NEW and GOOD are NOT the same thing), a malfunctioning Fuel Pump Driver Module (FPDM), a bad fuel rail pressure sensor, a faulty fuel temperature sensor, or a leaking injector.
Possible fuel pump module or injector leaks can be partially verified by cycling the key a couple times before attempting to start the engine. Turn the key from OFF to ON (do not start) then OFF and back ON again. Repeat this about three times before turning the key to the START position. If this makes the engine start (without starting fluid) then the problem is your fuel rail losing pressure. Then you only need to find the leak. (fuel pump module or fuel injector)
Your Continental is equipped with a "returnless" fuel system, so there is no conventional fuel pressure regulator to leak. If anything besides the fuel pump module or a fuel injector is leaking, you will be getting an EXTERNAL leak and you should be smelling gas. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) uses information from the fuel rail pressure sensor and the fuel temperature sensor to calculate how much power to give the fuel pump. It then relays this information to the FDPM, which applies the power to the fuel pump.
The sensors could be providing false information to the PCM. This has to be verified by performing manual fuel pressure and temperature tests, while at the same time, monitoring the computer data to see if it is accurate.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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