[DML] Re: Early symptoms of a hot start problem?
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[DML] Re: Early symptoms of a hot start problem?

I wouldn't start jumping to conclusions yet - it could be as simple 
as the last tank of gas you got.

Run a little Marvel Mystery Oil in the gas - it cleans up the fuel 
system. Then go around and disconnect/reconnect the electrical 
connections in the engine compartment to clean them and assure good 
connections, especially on the ignition resistor mounted on the 

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Chris Hawes" <christopherhawes@...> 
> I have had my car for nearly five years and it has always started 
from hot
> or cold on one crank.  
> I have noticed recently though that if the engine has been run and 
I go back
> to start it if you do a crank to start and let go there is now 
> a one second pause and then the engine decides to then start but 
the pause
> is long enough to make me wonder if is going to or not.  
> Is something starting to finally wear and any ideas out there to 
what the
> cause could be?
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