Flooding while cold
03-17-2010, 09:55 AM
’92 Chevy Corisca 4 cyl. (2.2 L, I think), during cool mornings it starts fine but floods itself with gas until it is warm while idling or at low speeds, once I get around 25-30 mph or after it is warm it comes out of it. I have recently changed the ignition model, checked the coil packs, replaced the EGR value, and removed the insides from the catalytic convertor. It has a couple years on a tune-up. Oh, and the light does not come on when it is acting up. Thanks for any help you can provide me.
03-17-2010, 11:33 AM
I'd get ahold of a scan tool and take a look at sensor data when the engine is cold. Thinks like coolant temp sensor and intake air temp sensor would be the first thing I looked at.
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