hi all, i am new to the forum so a bit of history,
I have done so far on my car:
New timing chain and tensioner,
New oil separator and hoses,
This all started when the car had low power at low refs (at 3000 rpm it suddenly gaind the power) while this was sorted a bit by the timing chain and the camshaft sensors the starting problem began.
It sometimes would not start. cold or warm. Other times it would start no problem. Now it does start most of the time when it is cold but not when it is warm.
I have finally got my INPA (DIS is still not installed) to work and from the readings only one thing jumped out and that is that the temperature of my out going coolant from the radiator is very cold according to the sensor.
Could this cause warm starting problems?