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As above. The phenomenon is exactly the same as pulling in the choke too soon on a car with a manual choke. Once it's warmed up it runs fine and clean........

We've got a 2litre 16valve twin spark lying about (soon to be sold complete for spares/repairs) so I thought we might try swapping the sensors over this weekend. Any ideas which would make the most sense to try first? (I'm assuming that the sensors are the same..........) ;)
 

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As above. The phenomenon is exactly the same as pulling in the choke too soon on a car with a manual choke. Once it's warmed up it runs fine and clean........

We've got a 2litre 16valve twin spark lying about (soon to be sold complete for spares/repairs) so I thought we might try swapping the sensors over this weekend. Any ideas which would make the most sense to try first? (I'm assuming that the sensors are the same..........) ;)
try the one in the thermostat housing, IIRC that one gives the ECU information about the engine temp. I'm not quite sure about 16v engines though
 
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