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Re: Intermittent stalling on declaration

I don't think it's got anything to do with the idle stabilizer ( as is my
scenario), it seems that some decel valve is not doing what it's suppose to
do, it goes to 200 rpm, but still runs, barely...

At 01:48 PM 11/4/97 -0800, you wrote:
>     Im experiencing the same thing on my 86 5000tq The Idle air stablizer 
>     seems to work (buzzing) but I think from past exp with 16v Scirocco's 
>     it is the combo of Idle speed and fuel enrichment (allen screw 
>     fuel/air on the fuel dist) Ill let you know what I find, Audis are a 
>     new exp for me, Im an ex-VW owner, 4 of em... 
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>Subject: Intermitent stalling on decelaration
>Author:  Avi <Avi@cosmoslink.net> at Internet
>Date:    11/4/97 8:32 AM
>I have the same problem intermittently stalling on declaration, I don't 
>have a turbo dump valve (OEM, only my own), and i don't think it is related 
>to this problem. Any suggestions?
>The car is 86 Turbo Q 5K,
>At 09:37 PM 10/29/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>I had the classic intermittent stalling on decelleration on my '91 200 
>>tq. I checked the control hose for the turbo bypass valve that runs 
>>behind the heat sheild and 4" inches of it were completely destroyed. 
>>New hose made no difference in performance. I sucked on the control line 
>>to the bypass valve and got flow. Blew and no flow. Got a new bypass 
>>valve and you can't blow or suck air through the control port. Installed 
>>it and so far no stalling and the engine rpm's fall more slowly during 
>>shifts making driving much more smooth.
>>'91 200 tq
>>Oh, BTW, didn't seem to improve the poor (15mpg) fuel mileage. That's 
>>the next problem to tackle.