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99 ES 300: Please Help: Car wont start right away when warm

99 ES 300: Please Help: Car wont start right away when warm

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Old 12-22-2006, 01:29 PM
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Default 99 ES 300: Please Help: Car wont start right away when warm

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99 ES 300: Please Help: Car wont start right away




Hello To All,

I just got a 99 ES 300 with 130k miles.

The car starts right away in the morning when cold.
After driving and coming back the car does not start right away.....

Is this a major issue? Is it a sensor or idle sensor or something.

Because the idle actually also drops and the car just shuts off and i have to re start it.....

Did any one here have a similar issue.

Please help me as I am lost and am not sure if I got taken and this is a big issue or a small one.

I apretiate all of the help.

Thanks again.
 
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Old 04-04-2007, 01:26 AM
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Default RE: 99 ES 300: Please Help: Car wont start right away when warm

Have you done ure engine tune up ? (Clean up youre Throttel body)

When the idleing is that low.... 1st thing to do is tune up- clean ure throttel body -check youre spark plugs (if it needs to replace) - if it still does the same you should go and checkforengine diagnostic

rockerfella174
brunei
 
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