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Could running a180degree thermostat,instead of a 195,cause problems with cold start idle down on a 2ooo chevy blazer?

Replaced idle air control valve,and checked throttle plate for sticking,and still have the problem.this only happens when temps are below 30 degrees.have replaced tps,iac valve,temp sensor and 180degree themostat.

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The thermostat wont cause this... check the cold start injector. (in the throttle body).

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Intake gaskets will **** air when cold and cooler weather causing a skip when first start up. this sounds like your problem

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