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Re: No low end power until warm

Hairy green toads from Mars made RickBSE@aol.com say:

> Is having a hesitation/lack of power from a standing start until the engine
> is well warmed up "normal" in a 1989 100?
> I ask because my dealer could not "isolate the problem."  It is NOT my
> imagination.  

My '89 100Q sort of does this. If it is really cold (about 0F), it
has no power at all until it starts to warm up a little. Pressing the
throttle too much makes it seem like it's about to stall.


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