1980 280zx cold start issue?
I have a 1980 280zx, The car has 112K miles on it. When I go to start the car, it takes 2-3 key cranks to get it to fire up but then it runs perfect. It actually runs really good. I read in my service manual that there is a process that happens when a car is cold where it injects some fuel into the air intake when the water temp sensor indicates that the car is cold. It's summer here now so nothing should be really cold. Can anyone suggest what I need to do to make this car fire up on the first key turn? If I hit the gas pedal during the cranking process it doesn't help. I feel there are a couple sensors that I need to change to make the car start instantly. PS: I'm loving working on these cars!!!