Hard starting with clutch engaged
Here in the cold winter months, if I try to start the V in the morning, with it in neutral, with the clutch engaged, it won't start. The fuel injection can't seem to give it enough oomph to overcome the clutch being engaged. At first I thought my throttle cable was sticking, but I don't think so. If I pull in the clutch, it fires up every time. I'm using synthetic Rotella 5w40, so the oil shouldn't be too thick in the cold. Anybody else have this problem? Well, it's not really a problem, just an adaptation to the cold. Thought I'd share.