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I have to keep my foot on the brake and give it a little gas while in gear to keep it running. On a cold start, like first thing in the morning, it starts up and runs perfect until it warms up, then the problem occurs, any idea?
Check the ECM grounds, they are under the passenger side kick panel. When the engine goes to warm status, the Oxygen sensors come on, If there is no ground on the ECM then it starts pulling ground voltage across the sensors and that causes big issues.
Posted on Apr 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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