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Old 08-12-2004, 15:14   #1 (permalink)
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Need assistance..cold start sensing..

Hi all hope you are well..Just have a little prob in the mornings lately...the car doesnt seem to idle high enough for a cold start?Is it possible some type of sensor isnt working right?
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Re: Need assistance..cold start sensing..

Details of the car would help....
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Re: Need assistance..cold start sensing..

i would say that your base idle is not high enough, you could just wind in the throttle stop on the throttle body one turn and see how it goes...
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Thanks rollin I think you may be right ..I screwed around with idle /throttle screw about 3 weeks ago..PS your car rox
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For a better idle it appeared that my throttle butterfly was too closed and thus the engine had a miss at idle speed.Lack of air at idle basically..
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