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not receiving enough gas when first start, causes it to almost stall and very low acc

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Old 10-02-2013, 12:21 AM   #11
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Hi, just skimming through the forums, but the coolant temp sensor is on the driver side of the motor screwed into the lower intake manifold... it's gold with an off white plastic connector on top. It sits right under the fuel rail pressure sensor behind the alternator.
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buck, fuel, intake, shake, stall

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