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Old 12-10-2003, 03:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone else feel like the car bounces when its cold, like when your reving in secind gear past 3.5 rpms the cars starts to hesitate and and it makes the car feel like its bouncing a bit, because its rocking back and forth a bit. Anyone else experience it?
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ummm...no not really, i tend to drive slowly when Im warming up the engine
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yeah i dont drive past 4k when it is cold either. and i am smooth on the gas
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well when its that cold i try to shift at 2800 rpms driving the car hard when its cold is bad for everything from suspension to wheel bearings to engine and tranny etc etc etc , basically everything. trust me when its minus 20 (which it gets here, i think its like minus 3 for you guys, and thats not with the windchill sometimes its like -35-40)
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