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Old 01-23-2003, 01:03 AM
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mercedesmatt may be on to something regarding the cold. If you have moisture in your fuel, it could have frozen in your lines. How cold is it there?

If you suspect this could be the cause, you can warm the whole area with 1) a hair dryer 2) an exposed light bulb 3) pour a lot of warm water over the pump, lines and injectors. Best would probably be the light bulb under some sort of a cover that won't get burned but will hold the heat in.

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