Question about 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
This could be a bad mass air flow sensor. It tells the computer how much fuel the injectors will need by measuring how much air is comming in. Once the computer finds the readings not correct it adjusts for it. Then the motor runs better after a few minutes. The copmuter should throw a code after a while but not always. It is located just after the air cleaner in most cars. They are not hard to change. Make sure you turn in the core it will save you half the cost of your new one.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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