My 1991 164L has been worked on in the last couple weeks, new timing belt, waterpump, and all the while I'm in there stuff. Now the car has more heat than before, and LA has been hot lately. Anyway, the car sat all day after arriving to work. Got out from work and it had a hard start, sputtered and died. Started it again with a little help from my foot on the gas pedal, and off I went. Gas was low, so i refueled in case that was the problem, I did notice the lack of air hissing out when I unscrewed the gas cap. Car started up after a 4 sec crank, and went to dinner, came out and it took a few cranks for it to start. Got home, got online, went out again and it had a hard start. I unscrewed the gas cap and this time I did hear a hiss, just not as strong to what I'm used to. I pulled the relay, jumpered 30, and 87, and it kinda started right up, reinstalled the relay, and it started within 4 secs of cranking(normal), took the relay out, installed the jumper and it took 4 secs to start up. The relay was very hot if that helps. What do guys think?