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Cold runability problems

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by LS/VTecEF9, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. LS/VTecEF9

    LS/VTecEF9 Member

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    When I goto start my car in the morning or after work basicly dead cold when the car is starting to warm up like oil pressure is at 70 PSI and coolant gauge in dash is starting to move the idle drops and the car feels like it's going to stall out I have to give it gas and haven't seen or tried so see if it will stall out. Any ideas ? Only when it's starting to warm when it's hot or driving it's fine. I have a B16 in a 91' civic HB. I tried switching MAPs cause it was running rich but problem is still there. ONLY does it while warming up when it's warm it runs and drive fine. Almost like the motor is getting too much fuel and not enough spark when the problem occurs.
     
  2. zoarette

    zoarette Banned

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    try putting a qaurter table spoon of vasiline in the oil, or some acholol in the radiat0r mix gas with hot sauce thats how we do it here in iowa town
     
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