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stewart jarra
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6/29/2008
14:06:58

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my 92 3.9 has just started playing up it wont start on the first turn of the key no matter how long you turn it but if you release it then try it ,it then starts any suggestions please many thanks. stew



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6/30/2008
11:03:38

RE: 92 not starting
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try this next time:
Turn key to ON-not START. Wait for a few seconds, you will hear fuel pump relay click. Then turn to start. I bet it fires right up.
Fuel pressure is bleeding off is what is causing the problem.



stewart jarra
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6/30/2008
12:22:42

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changed fuel pump relay as it had gone but still will not start a friend just introduced a live to coil for a second aand it started does that mean the starter relay could be faulty



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6/30/2008
13:57:35

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If your engine cranks it's not the starter relay. BTW-all the relays in the box are interchangeable.



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6/30/2008
15:10:09

RE: 92 not starting
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try swapping out the ASD relay with one of the other known good relays and see if that works.



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6/30/2008
17:34:40

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It sounds like the flux capacitor to me.
Dakota49
1988 3.9 4X4 5speed



stewartjarra
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7/02/2008
07:57:07

RE: 92 not starting
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where is the flux capacitor found as tried swapping relays with no joy ,stew



J and J Auto
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7/04/2008
04:22:18

RE: 92 not starting
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here we are again

does the engine crank over but not start
or
does it not crank over

check your gronds and starter wire connections if
you live where they use salt on the roads the
starter gets covered with it every time you drive

Larry
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