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Old 10-14-2015, 05:03 PM   #7
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Upon reflection, and with significantly less petrol fumes in my lungs, it seems to be much more willing to skip along with semi-ignition compared to how it was with the old fuel and plugs. So for now I'm going to go with the theory that the amount of fuel left in the tank after I drained it, coupled with that remaining in the fuel lines/rail means that the 10 litres of fresh fuel that I put in is not quite enough to overcome the stale fuel.

So another 10 litres tonight and we'll see how that goes. After that, if it's still not firing, I'll be taking a close look at the alarm/central locking module under the seat.
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