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Old 10-12-2011, 10:31 AM
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Cold Weather = No Start

I have a S-10 with a 350 that I built over the summer. It's getting cooler now and early in the morning before work I try to start my truck and end up having to take the lady's car. My timing is set at 12*, electric choke, electric fuel pump. It floods out to the point where I can smell fuel, from the exhaust. Truck ran fine all summer and in the evenings when it warms up. I am running fuel with ethonol in it, because it's really all that's available. Can I adjust my timing to get the fire lit a little easier? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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