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Why after switch off the ignition engine still runs?

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2009-08-09 04:35:35
2009-08-09 04:35:35

Run on, a continuation of running after the switch is turned off, can be caused by hot carbon deposits in the engine continuing to ignite the fuel that flows into the running engine. You can buy products to clean out engine carbon. Sometimes just a good run at highway speeds can cure it. Another possibility is engine timing is set incorrectly.

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