Date: 08 Mar 1999 17:30:41 PST
From: Christopher Petrilli <petrillinopsamp.amber.org>
Subject: Re: Idle problem on 95 Aero


Ken Washington <kenwashnopsam.net> wrote: > Have you tried a can of Berryman's B-12 Chemtool in your gas tank. > Sometimes during the winter months the moisture content of your gas, > regardless of brand may be higher than during warmer weather. I put a > can in the tank of my 87 9000S once every 30 to 45 days during the cold > weather and once every 60 to 90 days during warm weather. It will take > care of moisture in your fuel system, as well as clean it, the injectors > and your valves. That cut-out problem you had before could have been the > DI-Cassette or it could have been the gap on your spark plugs. If the > gap is too wide, it can cause the spark to miss under boost with a > turbo. Actually I use Redline's fuel detergent, as that's what I've always used in racing as well and it's amazing stuff. That had zero effect really, which isn't a major shock considering I use high-detergent, high-octane and most importantly high-turnover gas... As for the spark plugs, I checked them, but I doubt that would cause a TOTAL loss of power, as it someone had just ripped the ignition system out of the car :-) The idle problem continues! Chris -- | Christopher Petrilli ``Television is bubble-gum for | petrillinopsamr.org the mind.''-Frank Lloyd Wright

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