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Old 10-28-12, 09:08 PM   #106 (permalink)
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Anyone know where I can buy a banjo bolt for the fuel filter.......other than a junkyard? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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My legend is not getting fuel. Have replaced fuel pump and main relay! Wtf? Ignition seems fine
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Found out my problem was the 7.5a main relay fuse in the kick panel along with a bad relay
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I'm unsure whether this qualifies as a revs-but-doesn't-start issue, but I don't want to start another thread on a similar subject, so I'll try posting about it here first

For about 2 weeks now, when I turn the ignition, my Legend will simply rev low and not start without repeated (around a dozen) very fast pumps of the throttle and one to get the engine going strong which, as we all know with our cars, should not be the case. This must be done nearly every time I start the car, sometimes not, if it's only been off for a few minutes. I've resoldered my EMI, checked the pulse of my injectors, checked for fuel pressure, changed my plugs and checked my coil packs... Before I continue scratching my head and go down the list of shit in the original post I thought I'd post about me just in case someone has an idea as to why this might be happening, and how to go about fixing it
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