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what does this mean? it is much easier esp when it is this hot outside, to start up when it is "cold" rather than re-starting it after it's already been warmed up. the engine turns like it should... it just takes longer to catch. Any thoughts?
 

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you get different plugs for different temps
also if its very hot and fuel is thrown into a hot cylinder it will vaporise so not allowing it to ignite as easy

 

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If the motor start easy when the motor is cold, and not when hot... I normaly is a rich thing... The cold motor needs more fuel to run..

John
 

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thanks guys... i'll check my air filter and let yall know if anything changes.

EDIT: i just realized... it's about time for a general tune up including checking valve clearances... i know THAT has ALOT to do with startup. i'll keep yall posted.

[ 08-17-2002, 10:27 PM: Message edited by: nowkeg ]
 
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