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201706 - Call 1

Tamara
Sadrew
Hadley
Massachusetts
Tamara’s car dies if she’s driving on the highway in cold rain or snow. The engine keeps going, but the car won’t move. After she lets it sit for a bit, the car starts and is fine. This is a classic case of carburetor icing, caused either by a missing tube from the hot air exhaust, or a broken therm vacuum switch.

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