Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Galant
WHEN COLD, WILL NOT START, LIKE IDLE IS TOO LOW, HAVE TO PUT FOOT ON THROTTLE TO START. OTHER THAN THAT NO PROBLEMS WITH FUEL. IS THERE A WAY TO ADJUST COLD START?
Most cars have a "cold start" sequence that is activated by a heat sensor. There may be 2 sensors with 1 running the temperature gauge or light, and the other operating the feedback to the "cold start circuit".
Go to a good autoparts store and see what parts they have for this circuit. Also check around the throttle for any solenoid which looks like it might step up the idle. Usually, if you have fuel injectors you will not have a step-up Solenoid.
Posted on Jan 26, 2012
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