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1Running Rich Empty Running Rich on 2nd March 2019, 1:11 pm

Return of the Winter R

Return of the Winter R
Hello Guys

The Pulsar is running very rich and lumpy around 1000 - 1500 rpm, worsening as it warms up; i have changed the plugs, leads, rotor arm, cap and checked the various vacuum hoses and can not see anything that jumps out.

Is there anything else i could replace or look at?

The car has done very little miles over 8 years, averaging about 300 miles per year, could it need a good run out?

Thanks for your help.

RTWR

2Running Rich Empty Re: Running Rich on 2nd March 2019, 2:19 pm

DC313

DC313
Might need the maf cleaning? Alcohol spray is good for the wire as it’s very sensitive, could also be a dodgy maf earth? And ecu temp sensors can make things play up. Have you tried a fault code check?

3Running Rich Empty Re: Running Rich on 2nd March 2019, 3:17 pm

mike74

mike74
Could be the injectors gunged up if its been sitting for a while. Try running a bottle of archoil 6400p or bg44k through in a full tank...certainly wont hurt it anyway Smile

4Running Rich Empty Re: Running Rich on 3rd March 2019, 10:24 am

Zia


Could also be an air leak

zia

5Running Rich Empty Re: Running Rich on 19th May 2019, 1:51 am

wingzerojm

wingzerojm
@Return of the Winter R wrote:Hello Guys

The Pulsar is running very rich and lumpy around 1000 - 1500 rpm, worsening as it warms up; i have changed the plugs, leads, rotor arm, cap and checked the various vacuum hoses and can not see anything that jumps out.

Is there anything else i could replace or look at?

The car has done very little miles over 8 years, averaging about 300 miles per year, could it need a good run out?

Thanks for your help.

RTWR

Check your Oxygen sensor also...

6Running Rich Empty Re: Running Rich on 19th May 2019, 10:06 am

ducie54

ducie54
I would be looking to see the the ect temp the ECU is reading.

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