A377 SAS Posted October 16, 2010 Share Posted October 16, 2010 1986 2.0 GTE won't start or, if it does, the engine dies once you give it revs. With the large air pipe disconnected from the injection unit, the engine will start and run perfectly for about 1 minute. It will then start backfiring, belching black smoke from the exhaust and won't take any revs. Could this be the ECU slowly realising that it's getting too much air then adding extra fuel to compensate, causing the rich mixture? Do I need a new Air Flow Meter? Thanks. John. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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