Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 11:41:34 -0600
From: "dbled" <dblednopsamsstuff.earthlink.net>
Subject: Re: Need Help Figuring out 1987 900T Puzzling Behavior


When the engine is cutting out, the tach doesn't move during the half-second of "engine-off". The engine rpm stays constant. Is that another clue. Thanks to all for the responses I've been getting. I appreciate all the thought that's gone into trying to help me. It will take a while for me to check out all your suggestions (as of yesterday, the car decided to behave itself and it ran fine). Řyvind Moxnes <23moxnopsamne.no> wrote in message <355C6B2B.EF9970D6nopsamne.no>... |The next time the engine does a cut like you describe, look at the rpm-gauge. |If it drops to 0 rpm this half second, you got an ignition problem. If it |doesn't, you still migth have an ignition problem, but not for sure (most |likely not). Try to disconnect the fuel-pump-relay and connect the fuel pump |to the battery (the fuel-pump will now go all the time). Start up as usual. If |it is okey now, it might be the fuel-pump-relay or bad connection somewhere. |Another thing you/the garage can do, is to connect a pressure-gauge to the |inlet-fuel-hose. If the pressure drops when the engine cuts......Then you know |for sure what kind of problem it is. | |Řyvind Moxnes, Norway | || |

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