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Old 19th August 2004, 21:53   #31
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Rudra,

Good morning ....it has aldready been done yesterday (as posted above).
As you said, it is quite possible the moisture had something to do with the wire getting ruined.

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check out the accelarator cable and throttle body sensors connections and where theyve got wet
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Old 20th August 2004, 00:55   #33
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Quote[/b] (Rehaan @ Aug. 19 2004,20:23)]....it has aldready been done yesterday (as posted above).
As you said, it is quite possible the moisture had something to do with the wire getting ruined.
Hey what was posted above??? And what was wrong with the car? And Why good morning??
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Old 20th August 2004, 03:42   #34
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Quote[/b] (Rehaan @ Aug. 19 2004,20:23)]....it has aldready been done yesterday (as posted above).
As you said, it is quite possible the moisture had something to do with the wire getting ruined.
Hey what was posted above??? And what was wrong with the car? And Why good morning?? *
Good morning coz you (and now anshuman) are trying to solve a problem thats aldready been solved

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Well,

Just got my car back last nite. Had no problems with it for the last 2days before giving it to the service center, but gave it anyway.
Apparently there was a problem with one of the wires running to the fuel pump! ( or so they say ). Was repaired under warranty.

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Ok guys,

So i havent driven my car much since i got it back from servicing where they did something to the fuel pump, and changed the sparkplugs and airfilter... hence waited to confirm before i posted this.

Ive noticed that the car does not start up as easily as it used to..... almost to the degree that it is having trouble starting. It takes about 2revolutions more than it normally would to start, and it doesnt seem to be a starter motor problem since it seems just as powerful. Apart from this the car runs fine.... *so i donno if its some kinda fuel pump problem?

What dyu think

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Old 31st August 2004, 22:27   #36
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May be fuel injector with gumming problem.
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Quote[/b] (Rudra Sen @ Aug. 31 2004,20:57)]May be fuel injector with gumming problem.
hmmm... that made me think..... maybe some kinda of backflow problem actually.... that the fuel is flowing back down the pipe towards the pump when the car is off... so it takes time to come back up to the engine when the car is cranked!

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Try IFTEX if you haven't already. Do this before you take it back to service station.
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