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givingtheheat 07-21-2013 04:34 PM

Went Wheeling and Mudding now long starts?
 
Ever Since I took it off road, and washed the motor and mud off I have been having long starts, it takes like 5 seconds to start after sitting, but fire's right up after its been ran.

Turning the key forward and letting the fuel pressure build back up doesnt help still takes 5 seconds.

I noticed the cap has some white corrosion on the tabs, start is good.

Crank sensor im not sure if thats a issue if its caked in mud or something. cap could of got wet which im sure it did, I know i have the legendary cracked exhaust manifold.

I was told I could have maybe gotten water in my gas tank cause the back end did get pretty deep in some water.

Any suggestions would be nice, gonna try some seafoam this week.

Ordered new plugs, wires, cap and button.

MTBlue 07-21-2013 04:41 PM

This is why I don't mud anymore. S*** breaks. Take out your starter motor and check it for water and mud. That would be my first thought, to check that. If nothing is there, then go on to cap, rotor, distributor, etc.

givingtheheat 07-21-2013 04:47 PM

Yeah I don't plan on taking it mudding anymore just gonna fix it up, starter is clean and connections seem good, seems to crank just fine just takes a minute for it to fire. Last thing Im gonna check is the fuel pressure, which thats the last thing I wanna have to do is replace the fuel pump.

JasonStebbins 07-21-2013 06:25 PM

Check your battery terminals and make sure every ground is clean and tight.

If the distributor cap tabs are corroded, I guarantee the rotor is the same way. They are cheap and easy to replace.

The anti-drainback valve is usually diagnosed by the priming, but you said that doesn't help so I'm thinking ignition or electrical.

I love mudding, water is what I avoid.

Check your differentials for water, especially if the rear sat underwater.

givingtheheat 07-22-2013 09:56 AM

I did notice a ground on the side of the block that was caked in mud and wed and looked pretty rough, may try to clean that.


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