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restarting problem

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Old October 24th 04, 04:37 AM
Rattus the RAT
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Default restarting problem

I have a 91 Accord LX with 200K miles on it, 5 speeds, and it runs great. Ok
English is not my first language but I'll try to explain the problem: for
example if I drive like a woman and release the clutch too quickly and the
engine stops in first speed and I try to restart it, it doesn't work most of
the time. I usually have to wait several seconds before trying if I want to
have a reasonable chance of re-starting properly. Of course in a parking lot
it's not a big deal but on a red light in city traffic, it sucks, i have a
bunch of angry drivers behind me! I drive fairly well so I dont have that
problem too often but sometimes **** happens... Anyone knows what the
problem could be?



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