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Right after starting the engine i felt the engine is choking for a second and then returns to normal idling. What could have happen? It seems that the engine jolts because of something

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AIR TEMP. SENSOR ,THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR .DOES CHECK ENGINE LITE COME AT ALL . CAN BE IN THE FUEL DELIVER ON FILTER ,INJECTOR NEEDS CLEANING .

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