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Old 08-31-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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Warm starts hesitations

I have a 2013 gt and sometimes after cars warmed up and it's turn off then back on it will idle ok but when you press gas it like its muffled only happens for about 30 sec then cars back to normal. Kind of putters unless I floor it.
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Mine does that too... So do all others, I guess u have to give the ECU some time to get itself back together
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Mine does that too... So do all others, I guess u have to give the ECU some time to get itself back together
Mine doesn't do this that I can tell, I'll see if it happens today but never before...
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Mine doesn't do this that I can tell, I'll see if it happens today but never before...
When its warm, try starting it and press on the gas within the first 5-10 seconds
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When its warm, try starting it and press on the gas within the first 5-10 seconds
Just tried and it did bog a bit just when I first tried it, I guess I don't ever give it gas like this until its fully warmed up and sitting at idle to notice this.
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Well I'm glad to know mines not only one but it doesn't seem right unless I'm just not used to muscle cars. Idk but every car I own as soon as you turn it over its ready. Still most amazing car I own by far tho.
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