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Originally Posted by Bgravolet View Post
Alan L, yes, there is spark. As far as I can tell there is fuel. I have not loosened an injector yet as they seem to be a bear to get to with the limited access. I have loosened the bolts at the fuel distributor and there is fuel.

My apologies as I have not had a chance to yet try other things people have recommended as I haven't had the time lately.

When I depress the air metering plate the pumps run, what is interesting is that it makes a shrill, shrieking noise at first.

Looking over the entire car i found the yellow wire connector to the thermo time switch broken off. I moved the pipe to the turbo out of the way and removed the thermo time switch. I then reattached the wire with the switch removed from the car and cranked the engine. The car stumbled to life for about 10 seconds - more than it has during this process.

Would the thermo time switch stop the car from running?

Ben
Again , do you smell fuel true your exhaust when cranking?
If you have a spark then it's your fuel. at least if it's strong enough and about right on time.
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