Hooray, Denver! Welcome to the club.
> my thoughtful THANKS to all who answered my question on the correct
> procedure to start my B..
> turns out that the very first answer i got was THE right one, it
> told me i needed a gooooood tune up..
> and, i got yesterday (by a guy who builds little lotus things that
> and, today my "correct" starting procedure (cold) is:
> - hand brake on
> - gear neutral, clutch out
> - key on, wait for fuel pump to stop (about 5 sec)
> - turn key to move some oil
> - full choke
> - vvvrrrrooooommmmm (1.5 - 2.5 seconds)
> you might guess that if the engine is warm the procedure and time
> from final key turn to exhaust music is shorter :-)
> and, now that i have confidence it WILL start everytime, i have
> trouble staying out of it..
> and the shines in Denmark
> DenverD - A Texan in Denmark
> 65B # GHN3L/33680; engine 18V581-H193
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