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Old 07-25-2005, 04:35 PM   #11
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When you got to start it. Hold the pedal to the floor. This turns off the injectors, same as a flooded start.
Can you explain a bit more on this? So push the throttle all the way down and "start your car." But the car shouldn't actually start right? This will pump the cleaner/fumes out the exhaust. Then release the pedal and start the car like normal.

Is this all correct?
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Hold the pedal til is pretty much starts. You might need to work it a little. But crank for a few moments... it'* gonna take a moment....you'll feel it catch..let off.then work the pedal to clean the rest out.
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Ok. I guess my fear is being at WOT when the car actually starts and it bouncing off of the rev limiter. But this won't happen because you let off as soon as it is about to start. Correct?
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Yup

But don't worry Logan..that TB cleaner doesn't burn like super unleaded...
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