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Since installation of the kit, the Rancher is difficult to crank, especially when the ambient temperature rises above about 80 degrees. I have to push the starter and let the motor turn over and over and over and eventually it seems to crank over enough to start. Then it idles very rough or doesn't want to idle at all and just dies. If the weather is cool, I just hit the starter button once and it cranks right up. I followed all installation instructions and went back and double checked all the hoses, one way valves and connections.
check fuel pressure, try cycling the key to the on position an couple of times not the start position to cycle the fuel pump then try to start it. could be the cold start circuit. once its warm does it start easy ?
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Check the vacuum hose attached to the fuel pressure regulator under the hood next to your intake pull it off and see if any fuel is present, if there is replace regulator.you may have to tap hose with your finger to get any fuel out or start vehicle run until hot then shut off and recheck if no fuel present in vacuum line let me know and we can try something else.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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