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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
my has been working great,i mean really good but it has been between -20c and -30c.But the other day it warmed up to between -5 and 0.now my sled didn't want to idle so i had to turn in my idle screws and is abit boggy down low,is this happening because it has gotten so warm?
 

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Are you sure you turned idle screws??? May have turned air screw...???
 

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thats not really what i meant,i mean is the ambient temp(being so warm outside) causing it to act boggy and not want to idle and that is why i had to turn in my idle screws.
 
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