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Answered 2007-03-12 18:39:17

It sounds like some sort of vacuum leak. The cold temperature could cause the rubber to shrink enough that there becomes a crack in the seals. Check all the vacuum lines. Then check that the air intake is sealed properly also. Hope this helps. I deal with cold weather here every winter.

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