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BlackRst
ive got a 88 spec s2 Rs turbo which has rotted out and gonna transplant it in to my Mint 88 spec Xr3i but befor i do so i have a running problem with the rst engine that i cant not work out for love nor money

right here goes when it starts it runs fine but after you turn it off it wont start again for ages the problem is there when engine is either hot or cold it like playing pot luck to get it to start i have tried and replaced the metering head, dizzy, leads, coil, both ecu's, fuel pump, im running out of idea's some told me it could be the loom but i not got an idea about auto electric's mechanic's im all good with lol and tips hit idea's and help i get im very thankfull for

thanks again in advance
stef123
[quote name='BlackRst' post='29565' date='Jun 20 2009, 09:34 AM']ive got a 88 spec s2 Rs turbo which has rotted out and gonna transplant it in to my Mint 88 spec Xr3i but befor i do so i have a running problem with the rst engine that i cant not work out for love nor money

right here goes when it starts it runs fine but after you turn it off it wont start again for ages the problem is there when engine is either hot or cold it like playing pot luck to get it to start i have tried and replaced the metering head, dizzy, leads, coil, both ecu's, fuel pump, im running out of idea's some told me it could be the loom but i not got an idea about auto electric's mechanic's im all good with lol and tips hit idea's and help i get im very thankfull for

thanks again in advance[/quote]

could well be a temp sensor?
oto
[quote name='stef123' post='29650' date='Jun 21 2009, 01:07 AM']could well be a temp sensor?[/quote]

I'm possibly too late but I agree with that. You could always try looking on www.rsownersclub.co.uk for other ideas if you're still stuck.
vinnyvangough
How do you mean it wont start?

I know the RST's have problems with the heat getting at the starter motors and tend not to start until cooled down a little.
bob_series1
What colour are you spark plugs, and add more general detail about the problem.


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