My car cranking long to start. Recently I cleaned all fuel injectors, changed fuel pressure regulator, changed battery, changed plug wire and spark plug, changed fuel pump and filter, changed air filter. Now if I stopped my car for some time, then engine cranking to start. There is no check engine light. Recently I consult with a mechanic, he told me that, fuel is going back to fuel tank when I am stopping my car. So it will take time to develop required pressure to pump fuel from tank to injector. There is no leak from fuel injector. Can I go for a computer scaning
have the same problem?
Monday, March 28th, 2011 AT 9:42 AM