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It depends on which engine and any mod.s you may have done. But most likely a timing issue. It can also be due to a lower than normal engine temp. sensor. If you run a lower than normal coolant thermostat to trick your ECU into more fuel, things like this can happen. Start with checking the Ign. timing. Check for a vacuum leak, Check your engine temp. Hope this Fixya up.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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