I've noticed that I have no problem starting the car (73 Buick Centurion 455) when it's cold. However, after it has been running and is warm, starting isn't immediate. After stopping the engine for several minutes, when I go to crank the engine, it sometimes (randomly) grunts- doesn't crank at all. When I let go of the key, and try again, it usually starts fine. Why is it doing this? I've also noticed the gas pedal sticks (gets locked in position) before start-up. I almost have to force it to go down. I don't know if it's related and I don't know where to lube the pedal or if to lube the pedal. Any help is greatly appreciated.
have the same problem?
Friday, September 19th, 2008 AT 5:21 PM