My truck starts right up when the engine is cold, and idles fine. After driving long enough for the temperature gauge to reach normal operating temp, it starts to skip, and wants to die. If I floor it quickly, it responds, but giving it gas regularly makes it stall. It won't re start until it is completely cooled down. If I start it and let it idle until warm, the rpms increase noticeably as soon as it is warm, and it does the same thing. It can sit and idle all day, but the motor revs high, and you can't kick down the idle without stalling it, then it won't re start.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 15th, 2008 AT 5:49 PM