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Old 10-05-2012, 01:49 PM
ellen4488 ellen4488 is offline
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It's definitely not the tires. It is the engine. I should add that it's not even "cold" here in new england yet. It's been about 60 F when I've experienced this. At first my husband and I thought it might be the gas. But we've filled it with 91 since and it still happens from time to time. I think if I bring it to a dealer they aren't going to experience the problem unless the engine is cold and even then it doesn't happen all the time.
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