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Hard starting When my car reaches running temperature it idles rough. If i shut off the car it won't start until it cool's down,

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  • officerclark Feb 19, 2009

    my car runs rough i got a tune up and it fixed the problem for a short while but now its back i'm gonna try one more shop

  • Joseph Raper
    Joseph Raper Oct 17, 2013

    you need a simple tune up,,also put some fuel injector cleaner in your gas and allow that to clean the gum out of the injectors ..it will work

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