Hey guys, got a strange problem. Whenever I fuel the car up, it cranks a lot and usually I have to have my throttle wide open. After that it runs like crap for 30-45 seconds. Just recently it's been throwing a P0132 code. Every start up after that is flawless and there's no issues with the performance of the car. It's a 99 with a d16y8, 10k on a stock cat. Thanks in advance!
Would you recommend to r+r the sensor with a known good one?
I was leaning more towards a fault with the emissions system, like the evap? The car feels like it runs rich after I fuel up and the only way it'll run well is if I hold the throttle. If I release the throttle it chugs and sometimes stalls.
Fueled up today, had to hold throttle to maintain engine but didn't get a CEL this time. There's supposedly 98k km on the engine (body has 383k km) I usually round up to the nearest dollar after it clicks, so nothing excessive - less than .5 L
I've found it's much worse after a long drive or when it's hot. If I can fill up before the temp gauge reaches the first line it only takes 2-4 seconds to get started and the poor running/stumbling/stalling doesn't take as long to clear up. It's as if the fuel in the lines and rail aerates when the cap is opened or when the fuel is being poured in. Is there a check valve in the fuel system?
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