Date: Wed, 08 Nov 2000 23:25:49 GMT
From: (Trapper)
Subject: Re: 9000s starting problems

On Wed, 08 Nov 2000 19:58:48 GMT, "keith brown" <> wrote: >i have a 91 9000s which i bought 2 months ago. the other day i got up to >leave for school, and it was the first day of frost. when i went to start it >up, it wouldn't catch. it turned over a couple of times but then just >couldn't get it. it has 110k miles and i haven't had any major problems with >it. the night before it had been running fine and i think that the cold >morning just froze something up. any ideas? > >thanks > >keith > > Start with the simplest cause first, especially if you live in Western Canada. The weather conditions over the past few days have beeen conducive to gasline icing. A shot of gasline antifreeze usually fixes this problem. Trapper in Calgary , Alberta , Canada Current weather conditions: Current Conditions Partly Sunny, Temperature: -8.2 C Barometer: 101.91 kPa (^) Relative Humidity: 73% Observed: 16:00 MST 8 November 2000

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