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TD4 Cold starting

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by steveland, Oct 4, 2005.

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  1. steveland

    steveland New Member

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    Hi, can anyone give me any advise on cold starting on a slope, my drive is sloped quite steeply and I have to reverse off (no other option), I've started to stall a bit on the cold mornings, should I let the engine warm up a bit as the manual says not to, has anyone else had similar probs and how did you cure it !
     
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    Jerry New Member

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    Hi, it is better to drive away without running the engine, but I would try giving it more revs as you start moving, especially if your drive is really steep. If it doesn't work may be some other problem.
     
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