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Hard to start

What sensors or things could make hard to start runs and idles great once started but not wanting to initally start

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Check the wire connected to the air filter housing for good connection. Also check the rubber intake tube for any cracks or holes. Mine did the same thing.

Posted on May 02, 2009

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Start your car and let it idle.when it starts doing its "thing" turn the heater/ ac selector to off.However for further advice clean all the sensors free from soot, starting with the MAP sensor, then to the 02 sensor, and the idle adjustment valve. disconnect the battery prior to it so that no voltage spikes may damage the ECU.
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