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I recently picked up a new daily driver and my miata has been sitting outside. Sometimes I would just move it to another parking spot for street cleaning. Today when I attempted to move the car, it took longer than usual to start. Weather was warm today (high 60s to low 70s) After the engine started, the idle dropped and the engine almost died. I started to drive it around the block a few times to see if things will go back to normal and it did. Just wondering if this is caused by not driving the car for a few days or if it's caused by me starting the engine, moving it and turning it off without having the car get up to operation temperatures.
 

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My car sat for 7 months not being moved.. I charged up the battery, stuck in a tank of fuel and sat most of the day hitting the limiter.. I think you should be fine lmao.
 
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