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930 1986 only starts with air meter plate pushed down

Can't start unless plate pushed down and won't continue runninh
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Can't start unless plate pushed down and won't continue runninh
Bad accumulator or one of the two check valves need replacing.

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just cold or when warmed up to?
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Can't keep it running- will try to warm it up by keeping the plate depressed
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Sounds like an accumulator. Just went thru this in my wife's SC.

It would kick over from the cold fuel valve, but would die shortly thereafter. If I to ran the back of the car while it was still sputtering and tickled the air plate it would idle (poorly) for a while then die. I could keep it running using starter fluid. After a few minutes, if I played with the plate and throttle linkage, I could get it to idle fine, and even get it to hold RPM.

In the end, I used starter fluid and the above technique to get the car warmed up to operating temp. Once at operating temp, it ran fine. That's when I drove it straight to my mechanic.

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not likely the ACC. if it wont stay running.

you already have another thread on this. limit it to just one .
I would suggest the other one since you have more info
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Interesting. Mine wouldn't stay running and it was the ACC. Where's the real thread?

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