Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 13:36:25 +0200
From: RCS <e9225126nopsam1.tuwien.ac.at>
Subject: Re: 1989 900 T Dies after boost....Help


This seems to be the "normal" 900 turbo problem. It could be the "bypass" like described in the other posting, or a dirty (sticking) AIC-control valve or a hole in the air intake pipe (wrong air metered by the LH-system)... Try to check those things! -RCS- Jim Collins wrote: > I have an 89 that intemittently dies on my daughter. She > says it is usually when she pushes in the clutch for a > shift. I took me a while to figure out how to make it do > it....you go into mid boost and then let up and push in > the clutch. The tack drops down and just slowly continues > until it dies. If you don't boost, it never dies, but if > you push in the clutch between shifts (a little longer > than normal), the engine will drop below normal idle then > come back to normal idle. Do you think it could be the > pressure sensor under the dash ? > > THanks for your ideas. > JC > -- > Jim Collins > Issaquah, WA > (206)755-1666 > > REMOVE XX from address to reply

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