I did the tune-up, changed the fuel filter with no results. Car is still hard to start, the check engine light is now on but I think it is from when I disconnected the electrical connector from the air flow sensor when I removed the air filter assembly to clean the throttle body. Could the fuel regulator still be bad? Do not like to change it at $80.00 a pop if it is not the problem. Could a bad injector or weak fuel pump cause this? The car idles smooth and runs great once it is running. What is strange about it that it is not consistent, there are times it will start fine but it is happening more often.
Monday, July 2nd, 2018 AT 11:39 AM