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I've noticed since the weather never want's to got over 0 here after I start my truck and drive it really carefully for a while if I try to go much over 2K RPM it cuts out and is not happy. Eventually after it's get's to full temp it will run through the RPM ok. Does anybody's truck run like this in the cold?

Also what do you think causes it to cut out like this?

Justin

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Hmm 24v's = runs smoother when cold, VP44, LP's :x been there done that

12v's = runs rough for a few minutes when cold and no fuel pump worries. 8)

Well you can see which one I chose. :thumbup:

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Guest 9812VCTD

Definetely pluggin it in this has been one cold miserable winter! It's been below zero here every night for like the last month and a half solid! Can't wait for the warm weather. So does anybody know what causes the motors to stumble like that as dctoner said I can definetely live with it but it is kinda wierd.

Justin

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I think it has to do with cold air + fuel + not enough heat in the cylinder = combustion not happening completely witch leads to stumble just a theory

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Makes sense to me where it's mechanical no electronics to cut back fuel until it's warm.

Justin

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