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Can't start my Vauxhall merive 1.3 cdti in cold weather

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I think your problem is the intake air sensor, it should be either a separate sensor but some are built into the maf sensor. if this is not working properly it will not let the engine start, but when the sensor picks up some heat it will register that then the engine can start.

Posted on Jan 05, 2017

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