It could be that your choke is not kicking on right away. Once the iginition is turned on for a bit, the choke kicks on allowing your vehicle to then start up no problem. Maybe a bad wire to the the choke or something of that matter. I am currently having the same problem and I'm trying to figure out what is exactly wrong with it. Hope it helps you out a bit. PEACE
I have the same problem on my 2002. I have replaced the relay switch, verified the fan kicks on, verified the upper radiator hose is hot. I am going to replace the thermostat to see if that helps...
if it's carburated, it's because your choke is on. choke basically dumps more fuel into your carb when it's cold. normal
There are many things that can cause this issue. It could be that the timing is not set correctly or that the timing chain or belt is stretched causing the car to be out of time.
Sounds like your theft deterent system is engaged; for that you will need to go to the dealer (tow car to dealer). My 1996 had the same problem. They will have to replace the module in the dash or re-work it.
it is replaced by the security with another one.
no people do not choke horses to settle them a method i use is to lower there head to the ground like to eat grass of move them in a tight circle. this will calm them down but if a horse gets frightened and pulls/kicks t you let go of the rope.
I have the exact same problem. After replacing the fuel pump everything was fine. Now the fuel pump does not always kick on and you have to turn the ignition on and off until you hear the fuel pump kick in. Went to start this morning and fuel pump did not kick in, still wont. So I checked the relays, all good. Now the fuel pump kicks on but it still wont start. Did the computer on this thing die?
I have the same bike. but instead of the TDC sequesnce you have going i just pull in the release lever and give it a big kick, with full choke, if its ran over a minute i use half choke. and if its ran more then 5 minutes i use no choke. I'm sure every bike is different even if it the same make and model. its irritating when it kicks back.
your problem is more than like the automatic choke.....they fail alot in the older model 6cyl
scrap it lol....it is probably the pump itself I posted the problem, It was the inertia switch
Kicks to the leg of the opponent.......
Direct free kicks and indirect free kicks.
See discuss question below.
Free kicks definatly that is his strength. He was never really good at the tricks he is just known for free kicks. So free kicks all the way.
It may have the original transfer case that was recalled
I have the same problem on my 1995 Ford Explorer . The ABS kicks in with slow stops on dry pavement . Until the ABS light comes on so a trouble code can be seen I don't know which sensor is causing the problem
A couple similes would be:kicks like a mulekicks like a horsekicks like a baby sitting in a bouncy seat
Minnesota Kicks was created in 1976.
Minnesota Kicks ended in 1981.
It is the VANOS working in conjunction with the cold start injector... once your engine reaches that proper temp, the "shaking" goes away.
The opposite of the team the kicks of at the beginning of the game. They determine who kicks at the beginning by coin toss.
If offense (forward) kicks it out, it would be a corner kick. If defenc kicks it out, it would be a goal kick.
it depends how hard he kicks it.
when the ball goes out and the goalie kicks it its called a goal kick. When the goalie catches it and kicks it its called a punt.