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Re: '88 '89 5000CSTQ/200Q Hard starting'86..'
> > My '86 5KCSTQ takes a good 10 seconds of turning over to start when
> > it has sat overnight. After warming up, it fires up after just a
> > second or so. Maybe we should modify the theory to exclude '86
> > Quattro's? <grin>
> > | - Mike White |
> > | <mike.white@.law.utah.edu> |
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> \do you mean INCLUDE ?
I think the theory in original message was that '86 was a year that
the 5000's all started w/o problems. Thus we would want to exclude
the Quatto's from that theory! :)
> My '86 takes 10 seconds after it has sat for more than 6 or 8
> hours, so that means it probably is'nt a vacuum leak, right ?
> If I start it within an hour of shutting it off, it fires right up.
Good to know I am not alone. But I just fear for all those engine
parts as it cranks and cranks and cranks with no oil. I had
synthetic put in last time, but I've noticed no difference. Maybe it
is just psycologically lubricating?!?
| - Mike White |
| <mike.white@.law.utah.edu> |
| <firstname.lastname@example.org> |