If carb. could be choke adjustment If fuel injected ??
No gas or the throttle box problem
Air leak in upper manifold, use a double gasket, problem solved! throttle cable stuck,
yes i have a 86 Lincoln and im having the same problem does it start if you put ether into the throttle body?Answeryes i have a 86 Lincoln and im having the same problem does it start if you put ether into the throttle body?
Your 1987 Astro might go full throttle when the engine is started because the throttle is sticking. This could also be a problem with the starter or the ignition hanging during the start.
Depends on the car, probably has a fuel or air delivery problem. Start by cleaning the throttle and IAC motor
I have the same problem, if pouring fuel to the throttle body it will start and run, when hot it will not start even with fuel in throttle body.
I had the same problem with a jeep wrangler and I replaced the throttle position sensor and that solved my problem.
Well, first you start with a problem . . .
He couldn't start the engine because the throttle was stuck.
I had same problem with my 98. Mine was the throttle body area. What happens is the throttle body gets carboned up and makes the accellerator sticky and causes the hesitation... To fix: 1. remove the large rubber intake from throttle body. 2. start engine. 3. spray throttle body cleaner (large amount) inside butterfly area of throttle body as you rev the engine to keep it running. 4. done.
The IAC (idle air control) at the throttle body is usually the problem.
if the vehicle will start but only when the throttle is almost all the way open it could be the iac motor on the throttle body . look in a manual and you will see where it is 5 minutes to pull out and clean and the engine will run perfect
it may be the throttle body sensor ya see first it blew a 30 fuse in the fuse panel under the hood then it wouldnt' start then a friend told me it was my throttle body sensor
Could be that the throttle plate (in throttle body) is stuck open. Try to "free up" by sticking a screw driver into throttle body
There are many parts to a car that must be maintained. This problem can be caused by a bad fuel pump, filter, or fuel injectors.Ê
It could be the fuel pump, if its when you first start the car up
The first thing that i would check is the t.p.s which is the throttle position sensor, if it is sticking, or shorting out, it may cause the problem you stated.
It could be a number of things, but I would start at the fuel filter and work toward the throttle body. A lack of gas is pobably the problem.
On the throttle valve alloy body. If you doubt it, take it off, cover both open holes on the throttle body with your fingers, get your friend to start the engine. If it idles well, the valve is the problem. Take the bosch number off it and contact bosch in your area. Try cleaning it with carb cleaner first
u need to let the oil come up to the heads first before u start to rip throttle.
adjust your idle screw at your throttle body and check your cold idle stage stitch at the end of your accelerator cable at your throttle body. it may also need adjusting
it can cause the car not to start.
there is no choke it has crossfire injection . which two throttle body injector assemblies. the problem may be a bad coolant temp sensor if start up is hard.
You need to determine if it is spark or fuel to blame. The next time it won't start try spraying a little starting fluid into the throttle body and see if it makes an attempt to start and run. If it does you have a fuel delivery problem. Start with changing the fuel filter first then the fuel pump relay then the fuel pump. If starting fluid makes no difference you probably have a spark problem. I would suspect the ignition module located on the lower passenger side of the engine block.