PapaSmurf2k3 wrote: ↑
Tue Nov 03, 2020 11:07 pm
That sounds frustrating.
So, we should tackle the no start issue first (obviously) and then worry about the shutting off while hot later.
If possible, could you key on to prime the pump, and then remove the fuel pump fuse and then crank for a bit? If you're getting too much fuel and flooding the engine, this should show you that (it will fire up briefly with the fuel pump fuse removed). If it still doesn't start, it sounds like an ignition timing or valve timing issue.
Is the fuel pressure regulator adjustable?
Wow that’s a good idea I’ll definitely give that a shot this weekend. More and more I’ve been thinking the injectors are soaking the plugs not letting it start.
If that does t work I’ll pull the injectors and inspect them.
Maybe get them tested as well.
FPR is adjustable. I realized that while doing research this week. I will see if I can adjust it to 43 psi.
Hopefully it’s not a timing thing because that I’m kind of worried about messing with.