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Old 07-09-2001, 03:08 PM
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Michael Michael is offline
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Could be carbon buildup-when the car's cold, any carbon in a cylinder, as I understand it, acts like a sponge and absorbs some of the fuel. This changes the mixture to lean, and therefore causes the car to stumble.

I had this problem with my M119 V-8, and a couple of cans of BG 44K took care of it. Good luck!
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