94 FWB, 93 SDV, 94 FWB (sold), 90 Brougham (sold)
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When I start my '90 after she's been sitting long enough to completely cool, it will turn over fine and fire quickly, as it were about to start. At this point, I stop turning the key and let it spring back to "run," just like you would normally start any vehicle. Once the engine is running by itself, stop cranking. The engine seems to hesitate like it wants to die once I turn the key back, and then it runs just fine. It's not that I'm not cranking long enough, it will do the same if I hold the cranking for a little longer that is necessary. It's always done this, finally wondered enough about it today to ask. Thanks!