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Old 05-28-2013, 07:39 PM   #1
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Missing on hot startup.

Why does my 98 V6 miss when i start it and its warm. Like 210 warm. If i like go somewhere and park it and shut it off, and go back to start it again it starts right up but it misses.. Why does it do this
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Tune up maybe
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Just did one.. New sparks new air filter.. Maybe i need to change the fuel filter and put some more coolant in... Idk maybe needs some new plugs a performance coil pack. But i need money!! Ugh... Being a 16 year old with a car is hard... Maybe it needs a new fuel pump... Cause this car has 173XXX miles on it..
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Oil change , spark plugs and wires
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Oil change , spark plugs and wires
I found out why its been gettin so hot. When i installed my gauges in my dash i had to disconnect the temp sending unit to put in the other temp sending unit to my gauges in my dash and not knowing that it controls the fan.
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I found out why its been gettin so hot. When i installed my gauges in my dash i had to disconnect the temp sending unit to put in the other temp sending unit to my gauges in my dash and not knowing that it controls the fan.
Good, for a second it almost sounded like a bad fuel pump.
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Good, for a second it almost sounded like a bad fuel pump.
Im glad it wasnt! Do you know if someone makes a T pipe small enough so i could hook up both sending units?
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I'm not sure, check out americanmuscle.com or try googling it
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