Re: [DML] Finicky start issue
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Re: [DML] Finicky start issue

It's entirely possible that it's your t-time switch.  There's a test for
that, (which I performed once), but I can't remember what it was.

Also, even though you replaced the cold start valve, check the connections
inside the blue plug.  They can sometimes get pushed back and not make good


On 10/19/07, sweetp01569 <paul.sweet@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   I replaced my cold start valve a couple of days ago, because I had to
> crank the car more than several times to start it when cold. It
> seemed to fix it, but this morning, the car started right up, took it
> down the street about a mile to the post office, turned the car off.
> When I started it after dropping off my letter, it took several cranks
> to start it again. However, the car started fine a few other times
> today so far. So I'm not sure what is happening, and why is starts
> instantly sometimes (cold or hot), but then after turning it over
> several times this morning. Could it be the thermotime switch? I
> haven't replaced that yet.
> Thanks,
> Paul

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