Question about Cars & Trucks
When starting cold the engine must run for about 10 minutes if not longer before it can be put into gear and actually drive. If put into gear too early, rough running engine will either die outright, or it will sputter and the gas peddle must be feathered to keep it from stalling. Once warm though it is as powerful as the day it came off the factory floor. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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