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Lincoln C. Cold starting hesatatation

After sitting all night my Lincoln C. hesatates on first strart-up. The fuel manifold seems to hold pressure and before the problem, the fuel pump quit and was replaced. No problem when starting in warm weather, or after first start in the morning..Someone said it may be the coolant temperature sensor? Help me if you can. Thanks, Ron

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The idle air control valve is sticking and needs replaced. trust me im a ford technition and have done many of them.

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