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post #9 of Old 01-17-2010
SEMIJim
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What Faster said.

In a typical A4 installation you don't want to crank for more than about 30-45 seconds with the raw water intake open and the engine not firing. That's a cumulative number, by the way. If our A4 does not start after about 30 seconds of cranking, the raw water intake gets closed until she fires up.

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