Join Date: Aug 2002
Location: Glastonbury , CT, USA
Dennis, try this, after it starts, run the RPM up to 1500-2000 a few times, in the first 5-10 seconds. Put it in gear, then with 1500 rpm, slip the clutch to ride off. If you happen to ride down hill in the first 1000 feet, to a stop sign. Pull the clutch in to keep the rpm above 1500 rpm, or the engine will go sub-idle and stall in the first 30 seconds. It should act like a warm engine after 30 to 60 seconds.
If it takes more time then the above, with your 2007, give us more details. Did you have the 07 last winter? B.B.
Last edited by wilbar00c; Oct 26th, 2007 at 10:36 pm.