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Old 02-07-2003, 04:39 PM
jackmac jackmac is offline
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I agree, it's probably a combination of several factors that add up to a rough start. If you doubt the existence of such things, consider how many times you've taken the car in for service with a problem, only to have it perform flawlessly for the technician. In all honesty, in my case I think it may be humidity that is the culprit. When the temperature is warmer, the air is generally more humid and the intake air is more dense. I think that gives me the rough start and the rough idle. When it's cold, no humidity. I've owned several cars that were weather sensitive to various degrees as they got older. Is it possible the cold effects your fuel lines?
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