Re: Engine quit, no fuel

From: Josh Battles (
Date: Mon Jan 16 2012 - 17:52:03 EST

On Jan 16, 2012 2:06 AM, <> wrote:
> Ted Wiegandt <> wrote:
> > Could it be a plugged fuel filter?
> That was my original thought when I started having the problem, but as
> far as I know the only filter is probabl a sock over the intake on the
> fuel pump, since there is no inline filter. Also, its weird that the
> problem would just occur out of nowhere - it wasn't exhibiting any
> weirdness before then. Course, it was parked for a couple of months
> in the meantime. The frozen water in the gas theories sounded good
> because it had just gotten into the single digits here when that
> happened. But I'm not sure what to think now, since I don't see how
> any ice could have remained in the system after the heating I gave it,
> and I cranked it a fair amount so I would have thought the water would
> have worked its way through. I dunno!

I didn't read everything but are you getting pressure at the rail? What
about spark? I had an intermittent sensor connection failure in my bimmer
that would do weird stuff like what's happening to you. Might be worth
checking into

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