[DML] Cold Start Problem Solved
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[DML] Cold Start Problem Solved



I had a cold start problem where it took about 4 or 5 cranks to get 
the car started and once started, it wasn't always smooth. A fellow 
Delorean owner unplugged the electrical plug going to the cold start 
valve and noticed that one of the wires going into the plug did not 
extend all the way so that one of the prongs on the plug couldn't make 
contact. I pushed the wire further into the switch and plugged it back 
into the valve. Now the car starts on the first try. If you're having 
a cold start problem, be sure to check the wires at the cold start 
valve to make sure they're making a connection and that there is 
current going through it.

Shannon Birdwell
VIN 16113
"Gullfriend"









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