<VV> weired problem #?
Sat, 8 May 2004 16:18:06 +0000
Great advice per usual.
While you are at it. Check the compression on a few cylinders....lots of carbon buildup will raise the compression to over 200lbs per cylinder. Clearing out the carbon, by whatever method you choose (Seafoam, GM Top End Engine Cleaner, or the dangerous water down the carbs method) may reduce the compression to the point where the starter turns the engine faster.
Just another thought
> From: BobHelt@aol.com
> Date: 2004/05/08 Sat PM 03:41:49 GMT
> To: Vairdad@aol.com, email@example.com
> Subject: Re: <VV> weired problem #?
> In a message dated 5/8/04 7:24:41 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
> Vairdad@aol.com writes:
> > but after driving, stopping car then trying
> > to restart. will not start, motor turns like the battery is weak. timing is
> > right, battery good, help any ideas.
> > THANKS
> > Corvair driver
> > Garland
> Could be several things, like a bad starter. Also could be a tight engine. To
> eliminate the engine, put in a can of STP or equivalent, and see if that
> changes the start characteristics. Don't leave the STP in (unless you like that
> stuff), but change the oil afterwards. Adding the STP will help release a tight
> Bob Helt
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