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  • #16
    I would try some starter fluid. To rule out the spark system.
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    • #17
      First off I need the issue to happen again. Works normal 99% of the time. You never know when it's going to raise its ugly head and strand you

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      • #18
        Looking at my previous post a large portion of it never showed up. In short what I was thinking is possibly a temperature sensor issue. If the car after heat soak might be sending the wrong temperature to the ECU. Who knows what the ECU is trying to do at that point. The other thing I was thinking of is when it happens again to disconnect the battery and let the ECU reboot. Probably when it's all said and done I'll probably end up putting a carburetor system on it and scrap the fuel injection total. With Edelbrock policy of discontinuing their support on fuel injection systems they pretty well cured me of doing any aftermarket fuel injection in the future.

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        • #19
          The handheld unit will show you the temperature.

          Part's are not manufactured, by the manufacturers any more. So it's pointless to wine about it. Or blame Edelbrock for something that they can't control.

          Or put another way:

          Edelbrock can't support product that is not produced anymore.
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