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My 91 900S is having difficulty starting when cold. The colder it gets, the longer it takes to start. The first time it took over 5 minutes for it to start. I didn't want to drain the battery or damage my starter so I would try it for 5-10 seconds and wait a minute and try it again until it started. Once started, I would have to let it warm up because pressing the throttle would make the engine die. Once the engine warmed up, it runs just fine. This morning it just turned over and over and would not start The temperature was 50. This is the 2nd time that this is happen. I live in Alabama so the winters are mild. Any idea of what's causing the no start in the cold weather?
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