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Good idea to wear goggles if you're going to stare at the Subaru for
long in the cold, eh? Methinks the Subey would outlast you at minus temps.

- Bruno


Sharon Heller wrote:

>On Fri, 14 Feb 2003 09:35:18 -0500, Adrenochrome <[log in to unmask]>
>wrote:
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>>My Subaru won't.  Only 1 cylinder is firing.  Who
>>said Subarus are good cold-weather cars? (Nadine's
>>did start, maybe I need to re-gap my plugs.)
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>(clutch all the way in if manual tranny)
>press in the accelerator for about 3 seconds, turn the key and give the
>accelerator a good pump. If that doesn't work, I'll wait a few seconds,
>then floor the accelerator while turning the key. So far so good, its
>worked for me.
>
>If you have an old battery then you might be in trouble. Definitely make
>sure the lights and radio are off (or anything else that might draw on the
>battery).
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>-Sh
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