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manxmac
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1210 start

Post by manxmac » Fri May 11, 2012 10:56 am

Hi. How do you cold start a 1210. It has a Minimec pump is there a button to push. I had a Ford once and you pushed a rubber covered button in for cold start. Also is there a heater plug on a 1210. Thanks

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RE: 1210 start

Post by thomasven » Thu May 17, 2012 10:09 pm

yep that is how we do our 1210 open the throttle a bit push the button in crank it then it will fire in 1 cylinder then2 the 3 then 3 and a half till warm think it needs an engine rebuild :(
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