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It sounds like the engine management computer is not getting any signal from the Air Flow Sensor. The signal from this sensor is ignored by the computer until the engine has started. Check the wiring plug for a poor connection where it is connected to the Air Flow Sensor, The sensor is located in an alloy assembly on the large tube that runs between the Air Filter and the inlet manifold. It could also be that the engine management computer is faulty and can only be fixed by replacement of the complete unit.
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