Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 07:00:10 GMT From: "Alvaro" <alvaro9000nopsama.es> Subject: Re: 94 9000 Running Rough: Any ideas?
I experienced a very similar problem in a 92 9000 turbo. suddenly the power disapears and after a while it came back. they changed the DI cassette and worked great. Maybe you can ask your dealer to try with another cassette because it¥s a little expensive and maybe it¥s not the solution (although it seems...) Good luck Alvaro Martinez Spain ¥99 9-3 Tid ¥01 9-5 Aero "Toby Field" <tobyfieldnopsamail.com> wrote in message news:abp0f8$qpq$1nopsam7.svr.pol.co.uk... > I have a very similar problem on my '93 9000. Mine only seems to do it > occaisionaly too, but never does it when the engine is totally cold. I have > no idea what it it, but others on this newsgroup have suggested the DI > cassette. > > Hope this helps. > > -- > Toby Field (UK) > '93 9000 CSE 2.3T Auto > 151,000 Miles > > "ned bicks" <nbicksnopsamo.com> wrote in message > news:1176fec9.0205130752.43b300bbnopsaming.google.com... > > I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I have a 1994 > > 9000CSE with 55,000 miles on it. About 6 months ago, it started > > running rough on an intermittent basis. It feels like the engine is > > not running on all cylinders, it has diminished power at all RPMs, and > > the exhaust smells. Initially, the check engine light came on and I > > visited the dealer. They said the oxygen sensor was bad. However, > > the problem went away so I didn't follow-thorough on the repair. > > > > Now, about 1 in ten times that I start the car it immediately runs > > rough. Restarting the car will sometimes restore normal operation, > > and if I drive it for a while, it will sometimes suddenly start > > running smoothly again. > > > > Also, about 1 in 20 times that I am driving the car, it will suddenly > > start running rough. > > > > In all situations, the check engine light does not come on. > > > > I don't believe this is an oxygen sensor problem since it can happen > > immediately when starting the car cold, and the check engine light > > doesn't come one. > > > > Any guesses? > > > > Thanks in advance. > >