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Engine hesitste and stalls

Usually when engine is cold

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The engine has a "cold start sequence" This is triggered by a water temperature sensor and some models use 2 with one working the engine controls and the other operating the dash gauge.

The signal sets the fuel mix rich and modifies the timing until the engine warms up. It sounds like your engine is not resetting from a warm condition.

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