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Re: 86 4kq stumbles when cold
I am just guessing, buy what about your warm up regulator? Check resitance
when cold. Vacuum leak?
>Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 13:44:54 +0000
>From: "Greg Woodard" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: 86 4kq stumbles when cold
>My 87 4kcsq does the same thing. It seems to be related to the
>engine temp., and only happens over a very narrow and well defined
>temperature range. I have some ideas about what is happening, but
>they are only speculation. I do know that by watching the temp
>gauge, I can tell almost exactly when this is going to start
>happening. At this point I keep the engine RPMs over 2k until the
>engine warms up a little bit more. As long as I keep it over 2k when
>driving there is no problem.
>> HELP! My poor baby is sick. First thing in the morning, it stumbles
>and gags. The best way I can describe it is fuel starvation. The kicker
>is, is that after about 5 minutes of normal driving, it totally clears up
>with no evidence whatsoever that it even existed. It just started to do
>this when it got cold (below 25 degrees). Any suggestions???