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Old 04-14-2009, 11:18 AM   #16
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Hey, I don't know shit about these cars but I must say it is definately hydrolocked due to fuel injectors being wide open, even though the fuel pump does pump until motronic sees a signal from the CPS to make sure the motor is turning...........

MSerious, you are an idiot, stay away from anything you don't know, which apparently isn't limited to rollcages.
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Old 04-14-2009, 05:05 PM   #17
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your obviously retarded, and obviously dont know how to read and obviously should stay away from elementary schools you goof, i said it might be, because in his orginal post he said he put in a start that was working,
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your obviously retarded, and obviously dont know how to read and obviously should stay away from elementary schools you goof, i said it might be, because in his orginal post he said he put in a start that was working,

do you even know what you are talking about, I hope you're not a mechanic because you have no idea what you're doing, I've been working in the auto industry for 12yrs, and what you just said in your first post doesn't make any sense, hydrolock in the fuel injector causing damage to your piston & rods? how's that possible? please enlighten me.
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He's a certified welder, stand back.
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oh ok, I'm backing off
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Old 04-14-2009, 06:25 PM   #21
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Old 04-14-2009, 08:45 PM   #22
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do you even know what you are talking about, I hope you're not a mechanic because you have no idea what you're doing, I've been working in the auto industry for 12yrs, and what you just said in your first post doesn't make any sense, hydrolock in the fuel injector causing damage to your piston & rods? how's that possible? please enlighten me.
in my post it says hydraulic lock can wreck you piston/ connecting rod in the cylinder in which the faulty fuel injector has been in the stuck open position allowing the combustion chamber to fill with fuel and it cannot be compressed

read a little

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrolock

and you've been in the auto industry for 12 years and you dont know how hydrolock can damage a piston/connecting rod... glad you dont work on my car

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Old 04-14-2009, 08:51 PM   #23
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Hey, I don't know shit about these cars but I must say it is definately hydrolocked due to fuel injectors being wide open, even though the fuel pump does pump until motronic sees a signal from the CPS to make sure the motor is turning...........
i don't know what kind of ignition system you have that starts with no fuel being injected into the cylinder cylinder as you start your car
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i don't know what kind of ignition system you have that starts with no fuel being injected into the cylinder cylinder as you start your car
No fuel until engine cranks. Engine not cranking, therefore no fuel. Logic.
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No fuel until engine cranks. Engine not cranking, therefore no fuel. Logic.
This is the way it is.
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