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Old 02-21-2011, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default Help with Cold Starts Needed Very Badly, thank you!

Alright I am traveling on business and it happens to be quite cold here where I am at... which seems to be causing issues with starting.
I have been chasing for awhile now when I first start after letting the car sit and cool off that the vehicle will not idle without me giving it gas until the temp gauge gets past the first line.

Now it actually does not respond to the throttle hardly, almost seems like it chokes when I do I really have to work at it to keep it going.

I have been reading and playing with this for weeks but now that I am up here where I really did not expect this I am very concerned as well I have a site I need to be at at 6am tomorrow morning.

MT folks I need some help, please!!

Here is my current setup;
MS2 on a 2000 NB no boost.
Using the registered version of Tuner Studio. (newest update)
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