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Thread: Hymer won't start after sitting around

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    Carb spray works without the knock as its not just as volitile ,costs a 1 in a blue tin,also good with a lighter for shooting down WASPS.
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    What have you got against wasps Trev... How would you like some big burly creature try to incinerate you as you went about your daily life....
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    Quote Originally Posted by GilesO View Post
    Here's the engine. 100% certain a diesel. It's a Ducato engine. About 1991 I believe.

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    Same as my engine, the choke is for cold starting in the winter, never need to use it any other time. If you use it in mild weather it's harder to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Carb spray works without the knock as its not just as volitile ,costs a 1 in a blue tin,also good with a lighter for shooting down WASPS.
    a squirt of wd40 will knock a wasp down to the floor without setting fire to the workshop.

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    on more modern vehicles , persistent bad starting or stalling under load in first gear suggests a faulty air sensor

    Main dealer prices are eye watering in excess of 300 re conditioned ones can be bought for 30- 40 and are easy to fit for the home mechanic

    40 typically is the cost of half an hours labour with the big boys so sometimes worth a speculative punt

    Channa

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