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Re: Stalling and antilock

At 08:02 PM 9/28/99 -0400, EGOR46@aol.com wrote:
>I have a 91 100 with a mere 64000 miles, but I have two problems that I am 
>trying to sort out.  The first is an intermittent stalling situation.  After 
>a cold start, the car will run fine for one to one and a half miles but then 
>will stall.  The engine drops back to idle and is virtually unresponsive to 
>the throttle.  If I let it sit and idle for 2 to 3 minutes, it runs fine 
>again and will not stall again unless it is allowed to sit for a couple of 
>hours.  This seems to be a temperature related problem.  I have access to a 
>parts car with all the sensors and computers, but I  would like to have some 
>idea where to start.  I have already tried changing computers, but that is 
>not the problem.  Secondly,  I have a problem with the antilock  disable 
>system.   The "antilock off" light on the dash switch  stays on and doesn't 
>respond to pushing on the switch.  Changed the switch, but the light stays 
>on.  Any suggestions?

I believe the antiliock brake system defaults to "antilock off" if there
are problems with any of its parts (wheel sensors, "bomb", booster, master
cylinder, "brain", etc.), and, in the process, turns on the "off" light.

Kneale Brownson