The problem is that I can't seem to start my car during cold temp and cold engine even after I've replaced the fuel pump which was recommended by the tech. It cranks but it won't turn over. So, basically, it may not have been the fuel pump having problem.
In the interim, I can start it if I turn off/on a few time before starting the engine. I'm afraid this might cause further damage somewhere down the road.
The tech did a measurement at the fuel pump and saying there's no signal coming from the DME most of the time during that the cold temp. Could it be the fuel pump relay? He recommended to replace the DME. I chose to exclude this info because I think he was just trying to get me to spend more money which may not solve the problem at all.
I'm trying to get second opinion whether to pursue with replacing the DME or try other cheaper alternative first.
Do you believe DME or any of its component can be temperature sensitive?
Saturday, April 24th, 2010 AT 5:18 PM