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Old 02-15-2004, 03:59 PM   #2
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Al.. You prolly have a lot of moisture built up in Something, most likely a result from the last time you started the car then shut it down. Your must be getting a condensation build up that happens when you let the car sit for the winter.. that being said i know I'm going to have a hard time starting mine when the spring time comes.. but i still think it's better not run the car till i'm going to actually drive it for atleast 5 "al block".

if you really want to run it.. i would place a small heater blowing on the engine for a hour or so to warm everything up before you try and crank it over.

Did you use a fuel stablizer? cause it could be a lack of fuel or octane

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