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Floods out within 20 minutes after warming up, 1984 4x4 quatro 5 cyl, 2.2 L

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Sounds like engine coolant sensor is at falt. If it thinks the weather is below O let's say. It will tell the computer that info and the computer will make the injectors poor the fuel to keep the engine running in the first start up but after the engine is warm and the coolant season doesn't tell the computer any different it will continue to poor the fuel in and will flood the engine. Get them Checked

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