I understand their logic and agree with them. My concern isn't so much that the pump isn't working properly, but rather it is losing its prime and making it hard to start until the pressure is built again. You could have a leak, leaking injector, bad check valve in the fuel pump.
It's a starting point for me. If that can't be checked, the only thing I can say is check to make sure you are getting a. Wait. I have an idea.
Rather than checking pump pressure, when it is cold, see if it starts on the first try with starting fluid. If it does, that tells me the pressure isn't there that is needed. It is a much cheaper way to check my theory.
Let me know.
Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 AT 8:33 PM