I had a quick look at my front nearside *disk on Saturday. I jacked up that corner of the car, did some work and then lowered the car back on on to the driveway. On Sunday morning, the engine turned over but wouldn't start. After waiting for a bit and some prolonged twiddling of the ignition-key, the engine finally fired and ran smoothly. I was wondering if jacking the car at a strange angle can cause the fuel-line to fill up with air? Maybe turning the engine over "primed" the fuel-line? I had similar problems in the past with an old Alfa Spider and was wondering if anyone in Copenworld had experienced a similar problem. ...not having the luxury of a 4-post ramp * The brake disk was as rough as the proverbial badger's a***.