Date: Fri, 2 May 2003 14:20:26 +0200
From: "Simon Putz" <>
Subject: Re: Racing and stalling idle

Hi, look your car is over 10 years old, you probably cant hear or see any vacuum leaks, but just do yourself a favor and replace the vacuum hoses, theyre like 20$ and then you atleast know when you replaced it. saves alot of time on those hunting/stalling problems. > My 91 900T (I thought it was a 900, but apparently the VIN Code M says it's > a '92, surprised me) just got a head and turbo from my last 91 900T, which > had died from a rear-ender by a truck pushing it into a fat Mercedes. > > It sounds great now, but it has this racing and stalling problem, depending > on how warm the engine is. If had driven it a couple of hours ago it will > race until everything warms up, unless I cut off the ignition momentarily > then it comes back to a nice 700rpm idle. > > I can't hear any vac leaks. I read it might be a temp sensor at the EGR on > the internet. > > Also, can I pull out the EGR? What about thew Modulating valve? Can I > remove the vacuum tank? I got a bulletin from an old recall procedure from > 1992 and it says to do this, and replace theECM, which I'd rather not do. > > Can you folks enlighten me? > > Joe > 84 900, 91 900T & 92?! > >

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