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'95 miss when cold, fine when warm

Hi: My 95 has a miss when cold but when fully warmed up (20 mins?) runs fine? Any suggestions? Thanks, Larry
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Mine does the exact same thing. Been doing it for 2 years. I have another thread on that subject. Still trying to figure out what is causing it.

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I too have the same problem! Also posted in anothr thread for help!! I'm going to try and do some troubleshooting this weekend if I get a chance. I'll let you know what I find.
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stiction, sticking injectors . search seafoam injector cleaning on this site and powerstroke nation , can't remember which site I read it. This is only a temp. fix .If you have over 100k on the injectors, its time for a rebuild.

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any idea what an injector rebuild costs? Better to send in one at a time or all at once?
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You can try running and additive like Rev-X to help with oil stictation ect. But it will still only mask an injector problem.

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any idea what an injector rebuild costs? Better to send in one at a time or all at once?
If you can, get a full set of remans all at once, they will come with a warranty and youll have a full set there ready to swap at once.

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Are there rebuild kits out there that are any good? If I wanted to go to higher flow nozzles, would that kill MPG? Would I need to do anything else for higher flow nozzles? If I decide to send them in, where should I send them?
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