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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-27-15, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Re: 95 GT not starting when warm

The odd thing is I don't have any codes, onlt if I keep the CTS unplugged. Do you know what the single wire sensor is behind the CTS?

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Can you take a pic?

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If it only has one wire, black/blue, it's for the dash gauge The one with 2 wires, red/green/black blue is the ECT.

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Exclamation Re: 95 GT not starting when warm

had a simmilar problem in my telstar v6 (same klde v6 but in a 626)

only difference was mine was a manual. after paying to do both water pump and timing belt, it wouldnt idle at all. it took us a while to work out there wasnt enough water in the temp sender. so the engine thought it was cold and enriched the fuel mixture.

it will take a while to blow out the excess fuel. thats if you like me dont blow out the muffler first. things you learn

my car now needs a re-tune but it is driveable now.

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Re: 95 GT not starting when warm

Didn't occur to me before, but Gooseboy may have your answer. The other sensor probably goes to your dash. The only two sensors that are in the engine management with a single wire are the knock sensor and I think the power steering, neither would be on the manifold.

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Re: 95 GT not starting when warm

I did burp the water out of the lines. I did it with the cap on top of the motor. Should I leave the engine running with the cap off and let it get to operating temp, burp the hose again and then cap it with the engine running?
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Give it a shot. It really sounds like you're not full.

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