Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 18:53:46 +0100
From: "DervMan" <thedervmannospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Could this be the mass air sensor?


"Tim.." <the.farm.hates.spamnospamternet.com> wrote in message news:o5KdnctmkuJVZiXZRVnyiAnospamom... > > "DervMan" <thedervmannospaml.com> wrote in message > news:44b8c59c$0$5229$db0fefd9nospam.zen.co.uk... >> I'm still new to this GM / Saab TiD engine, but yesterday I was feeling >> changes in engine behaviour (output) under acceleration. Some times I > have >> plenty of acceleration, sometimes I have next to no acceleration :) and >> it >> was varying. This morning it was find... >> >> It feels just like a petrol turbocharged donk when the ECU shuts down the >> boost pressure because it was getting too high... >> >> I'm thinking an intermittent problem with the mass air sensor, a DTi >> thing >> on UK Vauxhalls and given the TiD's origins, sounds plausable. Is there >> anything else it might be? A collapsed hose somewhere? Crud in the air >> filter? >> > > Unplug the AMM and go for a drive. If its now smooth, albeit down on > power, > but consistent, then yes the issue is 95% with the AMM. AMM? *blushes* -- The DervMan www.dervman.com

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