I'm thinking like Barry . There is still ice blockage in the fuel line that needs to melt . If the fuel pump trys to pump ice ,will the pump burn out ?
Jim ; 91 Dak
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: DML: Engine quit, no fuel
> Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 08:33:04 +0000
> Barry Oliver <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Maybe all of your efforts have just thawed the ice crystals and you are
> > now dealing with working that water through the lines. Try another
> > bottle or 3 of heet. Then crank it and crank it. Even if it does not
> > start, you are pumping liquid, and eventually you will get back to
> > gasoline...
> Possibly, though I would have expected there to be a little gas mixed
> in with the water too, and thus for the engine to perhaps sputter a
> bit like it was trying to start, but lately it doesn't do anything but
> crank, and every time I press the schraeder valve on the fuel rail, it
> doesn't seem to have much pressure.
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