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1993 Saturn fuel problem it is very hard to start soon after shut down and it blows black smoke and stuff out exhaust it starts fine after sitting overnight but uses way too much gas just started this?

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2008-05-03 05:05:44
2008-05-03 05:05:44

Sounds like your fuel injectors need to be checked. Had a LeBaron with the same problem, Chrysler had issued a recall but dealer never told me when I came in for service. Got my $300 back finally. Check with a Saturn dealer to see if they can suggest something. Had a celica that did same thing. The temp sensor was reading 20 degrees F. Computer was choking down engine. Had sensor changed and car runs great. Toyota dealer couldn't find problem. Used machanic guru in local shop.

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