Troubleshooting

Engine won't start

• Fuel contaminated/deteriorated

• Pinched or clogged fuel hose

• Faulty fuel pump

• Clogged fuel filter

• Clogged fuel injector filter

• Sticking fuel injector needle

• Faulty fuel pump operating system

Engine stall, hard to start, rough idling

• Fuel contaminated/deteriorated

• Pinched or clogged fuel hose

• Idle speed misadjusted

• Starter valve synchronization misadjusted

23 N-m (2.3 kgf-m, 17 lbf-ft) See page 1-14. 3 N-m (0.35 kgf-m, 2.5 lbf-ft)

1 N-m (0.09 kgf-m, 0.7 lbf-ft) 5 N-m (0.5 kgf-m, 3.6 lbf-ft) 10 N-m (1.0 kgf-m. 7 lbf-ft)

2 N-m (0.2 kgf-m, 1.4 lbf-ft) 15 N-m (1.5 kyf-m, 11 lbf-ft) 22 N-m (2.2 kgf-m. 16 lbf-ft) 22 N-m (2.2 kgf-m, 16 lbf-ft)

12 N-m (1.2 kgf-m, 9 lbf-ft) See page 5-54 for tightening sequence. 25 N-m (2.6 kgf-m, 19 lbf-ft)

07406-0040003 or 07406-0040002

07HGJ 0020100 (not available in U.S.A.) with

Commercially available digital multimeter (impedance 10 Mft/DCV

minimum)

0/YMZ 0010100 (two required)

Backfiring or misfiring during acceleration

• Ignition system malfunction

Poor performance (driveability) and poor fuel economy

• Pinched or clogged fuel hose

• Faulty pressure regulator

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