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Old 06-07-2003, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default Outside temp (heat) and RS-T problems?

So recently become quite hot (to us) up here lately and with the heat has come some drivability problems with my RS. I was just curious if others has a lot of problems when it gets hot?

Idle becomes really rough, more prone to stalling, and of course (though not a problem) the car just becomes a dog, due to timing being pulled I'm guessing.

So really I guess the only problem is with the idle, anyone have similar problems?
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