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I HAVE AN 89 OLDS CUTLAS CIERA 4 CYLINDER 2.5L I BELIEVE.IT HAS TROUBLE RUNNING WHEN ITS COOL AND STALLS BUT WHEN I CAN GET IT TO WARM UP IT RUNS FINE

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Fuel injector is leaking. Change the injector located inside the throttle body. It is loading up with too much gas during the night, abut is running fine when the excess fuel burns out of the system.


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