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"the newer stuff with fuel injection and electronic ignition".
Totally agree. Btw the injectors and the ignition, cars with low compression, worn valve trains etc. continue to start and run a lot longer.
In the days of carbs, low compression, low vacuum your engine was a none starter when it got cold.
Our 2002 GM 3.4 v6 with leaking head gasket btw 2 cylinders on rear bank, rattles like a diesel at start up, but still starts and runs ok once warm.
If it was old school carb'ed it would have been put out to pasture a long time ago.
Only used as our dump run and spare vehicle at this point. As its transverse mounted under a minivan hood no way I am changing that rear bank head gasket. Pete
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