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Old 04-28-2003, 15:48   #1 (permalink)
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biggrin stalling problem finally solved!!!!!

As you are well aware i have made a few posts about my ea cpi 4spd auto stalling on me. I tracked the problem down to the fuel supply being cut off because after replacing all the ignition items the problem still happened. I removed the cover over the fuel pump in the boot and what do you know it was caked to the top with gravel and dirt. The 12v connector and fuel sender were both totally packed full of dirt thus making poor connections, hence fuel supply problems and the incorrect fuel level on the gauge. Cleaned out with vacume cleaner and sprayed with crc. The car seems to have a lot better throttle response now and the fuel gauge is now showing the right level and flicks up to that level twice as quick as before. I am happy as this problem has frustrated me for over 1 year now???
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Old 04-28-2003, 23:56   #2 (permalink)
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Its always good when u finally fix somehting thats been pissin ya 4 ages.
After alot of pissing around and annoyence i finally fixed a heap o lil things on my car recently, its running best it eva has, but now im selling it :(

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Thanks for the update. It seems the more modern the car, the more likely electrical faults will be causing the problems.
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