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Old 09-12-2010, 10:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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when you start sami it misses until the temp guage comes up some then runs fine
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cold engine need a richer mixture than a warm engine. Your O2 sensor may be failing or your mixture solenoid in the carb could be failing or your cold idle adjustment could be off.

Did this JUST start happening, or has it always been like this? How old is your rig?
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i have had sami for 3 years and it did this with previous owner. but it takes longer to quit missing now. i have had nothing checked
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when you start sami it misses until the temp guage comes up some then runs fine
How long since your last spark plug change, plugs get to a self cleaning temperature and can run rough whilst cold and up to SCT.

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If it's always done this (but is getting worse) and you havn't done a tuneup since you bought it.... I would start by replacing the plugs, wires, distributor cap and rotor, new O2 sensor, pcv valve. All easy bolt on parts and cheap. Good chance that will fix the problem. Even If it doesn't fix the problem, it wouldn't hurt to change them anyway.
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