On Sun, 15 Aug 2004 09:09:54 -0300, Michael McNeil
When this happens with my wife's Isuzu Rodeo (doesn't happen w/ my '88
K2500) it's because gunk has built up around the throttle plates in
the bore. a can of carb cleaner and a nylon bristled brush will take
care of it for you.
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