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Old 10-23-2001, 07:00 AM
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No problem. BTW, the loosening is done typically on the injector side of the line, never tryed it on the pump end. It's kind of neat to try loosening the line just ever so slightly on a good running engine how that cylinder starts to miss just like a gas engine with the plug wire removed. Very sensitive to this pressure being equal.
Also what I meant about being fast and only cranking for 30-45 seconds is that the cranking should stop after that time period, wait for maybe about a minute, then you can try again for about 30 seconds. It's not like you have to have it running in 30-45 seconds "or else". This procedure may be needed, or at least may help, in the case of a run-out, although you could also do it with the primer pump if it were working, but hey, that's no fun!
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