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This morning I went to start my 92 Jag, temperatures in single digits (yes, it is still winter in Alaska). This dependable machine fired right up on the second pull but stopped running during the warm up process. I could not get it running again without using starting fluid. Appeared to be flooded, plugs are new, machine well maintained. Once started it runs without fault. Any suggestions of what to look at will be greatly appreciated.
 

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First suggestion. Don't use starting fluid unless you want to rebuild your motor sooner. It's possible that it loaded up on idle and died which would make it hard to start.

Sent from somewhere in MN
 
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