There are 2 possibilities that I can think of.
1. When engine stalled, continous cranking without it firing up would result in flooding. If that is the case, the sparks might be too weak to fire up. Check if the sparks are bright blue, if they are orange, it could be due to a weak coil.
2. The PCM is faulty resulting in no control over the injectors.
3. Fuel pressure is too high resulting in the leakages.
Now that you mention it, I would suggest testing the sparks first. Does drying up the plugs eneble you to start immediately or do you have to wait before you can start?
Monday, December 8th, 2008 AT 7:33 AM