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Starts, runs 5 seconds, then dies.
1990 Toyota Celica

Starts, runs 5 seconds, then dies.

(1990 Toyota Celica)
I am trying to start a 1985 celica gts. I replaced the fuel pump. It starts for 5 seconds, then dies. Gas spurts out when I unhook the fuel line at the cold start injector . I took out the injector and cranked the engine, no gas came out. I cleaned the injector. I read the voltage at the CSI and it went up for an instant, then did not go up any more as long as I cranked to engine. Should I have a steady voltage on the cold start injector when cranking? Does the CSI have to work for the engine to start?
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on April 29, 2015
Very important::: Is the big air tube hooked up and all clamps tight with no air leaks??
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on April 29, 2015
Very important::: Is the big air tube hooked up and all clamps tight with no air leaks??
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