I'm not making any comment on the pump you replaced it with. I'm just saying that injectors would never have been the source of the issue. The options I see are pump and regulator, and you already changed pump to no effect. The regulator is beside the pump in the basket.
I don’t smell gas anywhere, the funny thing is when it’s hot outside it starts fine. This morning is was 52 degrees. I turn the key on and off 4 times and then it started up is was misfire some , idling around 1000 rpms. After 5 minutes it was fine. That was at 6am. My son said he drove the car around 11am and it started and drove good. If it’s cold like 40’s and lower it is really hard to start . What would you suggest next, I’m thinking about checking the electrical connection on the fuel assembly
It’s warm weather to to hot weather then back to warm weather here in Alabama. The car will run great in warm and hot weather, I think I’m going to run it till it gets cold weather and move on. Don’t know what else to do , I don’t need a money pit. But I might not, I love the body style of the car.
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