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99 Explorer Limited-Warm Start Problem

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Old March 29th 05, 07:06 PM
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Default 99 Explorer Limited-Warm Start Problem

99 Explorer starts quikly when cold or let set for a few hours. When
trying to start back up say wuthin 30 minutes, you have to turn the
key on and off, then start the engine. I know this sounds like a fuel
pump only if the reverse was happening, such as trying to start a cold
Any information where to start looking for this problem would be of
great help!

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